Attended here twice whilst on holiday!! Dedicated gluten free menu. Food was delicious. Staff were fantastic! I had a celiac attack the night before from attending a bad cafe and attending here made me feel so much better as I knew the food would be safe.
You can’t beat the food for the price! Flat rate dinner (2 courses for £16, 3 for £18). The gluten free menu practically matched the regular menu (minus the calamari). The waitress was efficient, but friendly. My husband remarked that she was serving the outside and the inside by herself, but as busy as she was she made us feel like we were her only customers. The food was quite good as well—my food came marked with little flags that said “gluten free”, which was reassuring. Overall, I highly recommend this establishment.
This restaurant is doing everything right for coeliacs. The separate GF menu is properly printed in the same fancy style as the normal menu so you don’t get that “second class” feeling when it’s time to choose your order. The GF menu is very extensive and it’s hard to find anything missing on it compared to the normal menu. The food and the sides are clearly labelled with a little paper “gluten free” flag on a toothpick that sits atop your food, eliminating any accidental mixups with the plates when they are served. All the food was delicious and the service was great. Hard to give this restaurant anything less than 5 stars.
Great staff knowledge and my food came to the table clearly labelled
They have GF menú. A lot of óptimos. The food was great.
Took the need to eat gluten-free seriously. Manager took our order to ensure that it was entered correctly for the kitchen. Delicious food and great location close to the London Eye. Since it’s a chain restaurant, it’s a good option to know about in London.
There is an extensive gluten-free menu that includes French onion soup (!), and several desserts. All gluten-free food emerges from the kitchen adorned with a little flag that identifies it as such. The Bath location is in a courtyard set back from the street and has lovely outdoor seating when the weather is warm.
Located in the theater district of London, we were fortunate to wander into this restaurant and get a table despite not having a reservation. They offer a separate GF menu with a multitude of options. As usual I got something GF as well so my Celiac daughter could try a couple of items. She had the Beef Bourginon and I had the Roast Duck. Both were superb. She had no reactions and we were able to enjoy the play as a result! Highly Recommend.
Their gluten free menu was extensive and such a welcome change
Excellent service and food. Order taken by manager to ensure no mistakes. All dishes came with a flag saying gluten free.
This restaurant was the best meal I had while in Bath! They have a nice GF menu with many options, everything cooked perfect with wonderful flavor! Dedicated fryer too! The staff was very attentive to my needs & friendly!
Very knowledgeable and careful staff. OK for celiacs. Separate fryer.
The Cote Brasserie chain has Coeliac UK accreditation, and a big selection of dishes on its GF menu. The manager there told me that they keep the kitchen GF and contain the gluten - in most restaurants, it is the reverse. I am a highly reactive coeliac and was fine eating there. Will definitely be trying out the other Cotes in the UK soon.
Extensive menu! I was very impressed with my meal!
I was really impressed with this place. I was given a gluten free menu on arrival, they took the fact I was a celiac very serious. My food orders was always written on a different page to everyone else orders and the waitress wrote in bold I was a celiac. The food would arrive with a little gluten free flag in it. Even on the bill my gluten free order was in a subsection away from everyone else. The food was delicious and truly gluten free.
The service could not have been better at this lovely, mid-scale family friendly restaurant. Because I am GF/CF the wait staff worked with me to find items I would be interested in and that they could accommodate. There was a decent selection and the food was flavorful. My family also enjoyed their meals... unfortunately the only desert item that was GF/CF was lemon sorbet, but if you are only restricted from gluten then you have a lot more choices that looked quite delectable.
One of my favourite restaurants in Salisbury with a gluten free menu. Now accredited by Coeliac UK.
I was traveling on business and this restaurant was attached to our hotel. I spoke with the manager and they were able to point out the items I could have. Their fries are even cooked in a separate fryer so I was able to eat those as well. Delicious and very accommodating.