By far the most amazing restaurant. There gf menu is about 6 pages long. The food was delicious. I had to go back twice during my stay in Columbus. Seafood, pasta, desserts, and it just one dessert option numerous options in ever category. Amazing job
They have an expansive GF menu and go out of their way to keep GF menu items safe. Staff seems to be at least somewhat trained as well. GF dessert menu options were quite refreshing
Nice to have dessert options besides creme brulee!
The food was good, large gluten free menu.
Very knowledgeable about Celiac. A lot of attention put in to ensuring no cross contamination even if additional dietary restrictions are present.
Great. Even adapted a dish to be both gf and vegetarian: not just taking out chicken from a pasta dish but adding broccoli, roasted carrots and parsnips, which were Delish. Beautiful place with fab wine. Lots of gf choices.
I had the lunch portion of the salmon. All naturally gf options. I appreciated the gf roll. I was looking forward to the gf brownie, but they were out- very sad as dessert is rare for me since I also avoid dairy. A bit pricey, but good; great staff and yummy wine.
Awesome! Staff is great.
5 star + Tons of naturally gluten free options, very knowledgeable staff and the manager always checks to be sure your meal was perfect. And very reasonably priced for what you get.
Food was good. Brownie was very good.
My favorite place! They even have a great gluten free menu
Large gluten free menu, including several desserts to choose from. Food was good, my daughter loved her burger, I enjoyed my portables burger, although the roll was a little crumbly and it was a touch dry. They do have the best iced tea I've ever had- blueberry pomegranate. It was light, not too sweet, but flavorful. I'd come back just for the tea!
Food just ok. But gf menu extensive. Will go again to try different items.
Great selection of GF dishes (salads, burgers, entrees). It was wonderful to be served bread, an appetizer, main course and dessert that was delicious and safe.
Cooper's Hawk opened at Easton Town Center in Columbus on Monday this week. Imagine my excitement when I saw they offered a gluten-free menu and my first thought was "I have to try it immediately." So by Wednesday, I was eating there for the first time. Check out the size of this gluten-free menu.... They even have 5 gluten-free desert options! I told our waitress about my gluten allergy and she made sure the kitchen knew I was there. They brought out the pretzel bread for my dinner date and a gluten-free bun for me to try. We started with an appetizer of shrimp wrapped in bacon - delicious. The shrimp were large and I easily got 2-3 bites out of them. Dinner was the pepper jack, bacon cheeseburger - the bun was a little much for me since I already had one when we first got there so I ended up eating the burger naked. There were several sides I could select from and I ended up with Mary's mashed potatoes. I got a gluten-free brownie to take home and shared it with my husband. It was simply delicious. Light, fluffy and moist! The manager even came out after my meal to make sure everything was ok and I enjoyed my meal. He explained the gluten-free process and that they are very sensitive to cross contamination and pride themselves on making safe gluten-free experiences for their guests. After this tasty meal, I decided to bring my family last night to try something new on the menu. They've already been to all the places around us to eat so it was a great change for them to try something new. Last night's meal blew the lid off of any other gluten-free meal I've had at other places. Wildfire Chicago is a close second to this dish. I decided to try something totally new and went with the short rib risotto and it was best decision I've ever made. The meat was tender, moist and fell apart with my fork into the risotto. The sauce was incredible and the truffle oil on top with parmesan shavings tied everything together perfectly. We ended the meal with some chocolate covered strawberries. They were ok, not the best but then again it's hard to compete with Godiva strawberries. I just didn't think they were ripe enough before being covered in the chocolate. I do have one comment about the restaurant - we had reservations at 7:30pm. While we didn't wait longer than 5 minutes for our table, imagine our confusion when they were quoting people a 2-3 hour wait for a table and then there were at least 10-15 empty tables in the dining room when we were seated. Maybe it was lack of staff, but it was strange in my book.
This was my third time eating here md I’ve had a great experience every time. There are lots of choices on the GF menu from entrees, pastas, burgers and salads and the wine is quite good as well. I’m really glad this restaurant is another great GF option in Reston
Extensive gluten free menu. Large, crowded restaurant on Thanksgiving day. I typically avoid restaurants during busy times. The server assured me of their policies to avoid cross contact. GF bread brought out prior to meal separately from regular breaf for others at my table. Enjoyed the chicken lettuce wrap appetizer and chicken madeira entree with potatoes and asparagus. Everything was delicious and good sized portions. I am a highly sensitive celiac and did not experience any symptoms.
My girlfriend and I both have Celiac disease. She has eaten here on multiple occasions and has never had a problem. I ate here tonight and the food was amazing. We made a reservation and let the kitchen know before we arrived that allergy prep was necessary and everyone knew when we sat down that this was the situation. They have a gluten free menu. I am impressed with their execution. For me this place knows how to address Celiac preparation. You should try it for yourself. I fully recommend the Mexican Drunken Shrimp.
My family and I recently dined with them for my birthday, my mother, brother and myself all have celiac along with other autoimmune issues. Every single one of us got sick, having had different entrees and not touching the bread before the meal. I had the vegan gluten free option which contains hummus and cooked vegetables with rice, they originally brought it out with pita on the plate and took it back. I didn't complain while there but I think other celiacs should be aware that this kitchen did not do a good job catering to celiac needs.
huge gluten free menu with lots of desert choices. they can bring delicious and hot GF bread to the table when asked. The kids menu has lots of gluten free choices as well - burgers with buns, Mac and cheese, ....the food was great. The servers were knowledgeable about allergies
Love this place! Excellent gluten free menu with drinks included (an often overlooked item) and great atmosphere. The staff is knowledgeable about allergens. I have never had a bad experience here. This has become our special occasion restaurant!
The manager came over and told me how safe the kitchen and food were for celiacs. They had a fantastic GF menu. I was so excited to eat out. Fast forward that night and I was so sick. It was not a minor episode from a little cc. It was full blown. I will never trust them again.
Love that they give you endless GF bread at the table LIKE NORMAL GLUTINOUS PEOPLE. But don't fill up, because the real food is amazing. Bacon wrapped "drunken" shrimp, lettuce wraps (big as a meal but priced as an app), short rib risotto and burgers are all worth writing home about. You can also get wine samples at the table, free of charge.
I was recently diagnosed with celiac disease & this was my first restaurant experience since being diagnosed. I could not have had a better experience. My wife mentioned that I had celiac when she made the reservation & when we arrived at the table the gluten free menu was waiting for me. There is a VERY wide variety of appetizers & entrees so I felt like I had a ton of choices. There was a breaded & fried calamari appetizer that they were more than happy to prepare non-breaded & sautéed rather than fried. Overall the food & wine was wonderful as was the ambience. They also have gluten free bread! I will be returning to this place often!
We have eaten at Cooper's Hawk quite a few times with three strictly gluten-free people. I love this restaurant and the food, but it's not totally safe. Once our party was served regular bread despite gf menus (which we sent back), once my dad was served a regular meal. That was OK because he's gf to support the rest of us. On this last visit they gave me regular pasta, despite requesting gf menus and detailing very carefully to the waiter who was gf and who wasn't at our table. I was tired and didn't question my meal when it arrived. The manager did come to tell me what happened, and apologized and comped my meal, but I ended up sick on my vacation. So, by all means eat here, but be very cautious and double-check what is delivered to the table.
Unfortunately none of the wines are gluten free. They use wheat filters on all of their wines. When I spoke with the head quarters about how deceptive the gluten free menu is because it reads as if all of the wines are gluten free, they were unapologetic. Beware
The food here is really good although portions are small and expensive. We waited 30 minutes for an appetizer of hummus and vegetables. Dinner, came after an hour. The salmon was the $33 and the size of a hot dog. If you have lots of time and money this is a good place because the food is good, but otherwise skip it. I am going to try to include pictures of tiny desserts.
Avoid Cooper's Hawk if you have celiac disease. I ordered the gluten feee lettuce wraps, and unknowingly, I was served a plate that was a mix of gf and gluten full. I ate two lettuce wraps and was horribly sick. Don't risk it. They tout themselves as safely gluten free, but they make horrible mistakes.
They have an extensive gluten free menu so at least they try. However they had two items on their gf menu that the server had to come back and tell us were actually not gf. We ordered the hummus and pita plate because we were excited to have gf pita. They brought out the platter and said "we don't actually have gf pita so we bring a gf roll instead". We wouldn't have ordered it if we knew that. They have a few gf pasta dishes so we were happy about that. But none of them were vegetarian. We ordered one without the shrimp and meat but they charged us full price anyway. They bring you a gf roll to the table which was nice. Not the best tasting but always a treat to get gf bread. They told us they keep things separate in the kitchen. I am hoping they do. However my celiac son was feeling very sick after we ate here. The food wasn't that good, it was very pricey and we are not sure if he was glutened. So for these reasons we will not be returning.
Coppers hawk has amazing wine! the menu is pretty large. They brought me a #glutenfree roll before dinner. the reason for below 5 stars is that one of the meals "parmesan crusted chicken " includes Diana's potatoes. this is a premade potato pancake basically that had bread crumbs. If I had not asked what they were they would have served to me. ask for Mary's potatoes. They are gluten free. otherwise no complaints!
Gluten free review: Although they have a gluten free menu and I'm very clear with my server that this is a serious allergy, not a choice, I get sick here. Every time. We finally cancelled our wine membership, when I realized I was still getting sick drinking their wine at home. When asked why we we're cancelling, I told them about my gluten issue. I was then told that NONE of their WINE is gluten free, as they use wheat in the filtering process. Really??? And no where on the gluten free menu is that mentioned. This is such a fun place and I love wine tasting, but this is not acceptable. It's totally deceptive and dangerous. I lose days when I am exposed to gluten. I wonder if the managers and staff even know this.
This location just opened...got sick again. My fault for returning to one of these restaurants. NOT celiac friendly; server forgot to even take one of our parties orders; slow; too busy and got very sick within an hour of eating here. DONT CHANCE WITH CELIAC.
They have an extensive GF menu but no systems in place to take any particular care of customers with celiac. I was brought regular food and told, "Everything on that plate is gluten safe." Luckily there were other burgers at our table and I could tell my roll was not GF, but I don't trust this restaurant & do not recommend. They need to review their processes.
We went here last night to celebrate my daughters birthday (both her and I celiac). They assured us that every safety precaution was used to avoid cross contamination. We had the chicken lettuce wraps, delicious. We both ordered the Parmesan crusted chicken and were enjoying it until i found a large piece of pasta under my green beans. My worst nightmare. We notified the server, who notified the manager, who notified the chef. All were very apologetic and seemed to understand the gravity of the situation. The manager comped our meal and we left. Of course I was gluttened terribly and my daughter was also even without the pasta on her plate. Needless to say, we won't be going back here anytime soon. Kudos to Mike the manager for understanding how serious this situation was.
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