They will have a manger come talk to you about taking extra care and they have plenty of delicious choices!
This is a great breakfast, lunch and dinner place. They do not have specific gluten free menu but anything that is NOT fried has not been a problem. Just ask for grilled. I am very sensitive and so is my brother and neither of us has been sick. We were in town for a military graduation and were very limited on where we were able to eat one of two places. Thank you cracker barrel!
Staff was exceptional. They do have a very limited gluten free menu but our waiter was very helpful and provided it right away. It’s mostly limited to vegetables and potatoes and fruit. I had eggs and grits and fried apples with turkey sausage. It has caused no problems. I would say for breakfast it’s fairly easy to eat GF. Beyond that you are in for a lot of veggies. Wish they had GF bread.
The GF breakfast menu was pitiful. No breakfast meats or potatoes were indicated, let alone GF bread products. The waitress had an attitude when asked about GF options. They could easily do much better, but clearly don't Definitely won't be getting any business from my family. We ended up leaving and gong to the Waffle House down the road and the gladly accommodated my needs.
Good good but they stopped having a Gluten Free menus or even a Gluten Sensitive menus. Gotten sick past 3 times I've eaten there and was told the third time that they couldn't prevent Cross contamination with the way their kitchen was built. Very sad because our entire family lives to eat here.
There's a GF menu but there aren't any main dishes. It's all sides. The manager came to our table. His grandmother has Celiac and he personally said he would not feel safe serving us the meats due to cross-contamination. We asked him likelyhood that something with gluten (like seasonings) would get on our food. He said, "extremely likely". So we had the recommended veggies. However, with a 15yr old boy and a 21yr old girl, they were NOT happy. We will not be back until Cracker Barrel is more friendly.
This review is not specific to this location by rather the chain in general. If you have Celiac disease I do not recommend cracker barrel at all. they have updated their menu and the only protein listed is an egg. If you can tolerate just a veggie plate you may be alright. The only reason I gave one star is that the review would not save with less
The menu on site does not include the meat options, but don't despair! Steaks and fish are seasoned before going on the grill, so you just have to specify which seasonings you want. (Chicken is marinated, I think, so check before ordering) Talk to a manager to be your go between with the kitchen to clean the grill and you should be fine!
The new allergy menu is super helpful. Has info for all the top allergens including Wheat, dairy, eggs, etc... Manager came to the table to make sure all our questions were answered and to make sure they took extra care of us in the kitchen.
I have celiacs and feel safe eating here. They have better choices than most fast foods and I appreciate the time they have taken to even make a menu. Every waitress we've encountered there has been cautious and alert to our allergy.
They gave me a menu and the manger didn't want to give it to me? The waitress says she always gets GF and lactose confused. I nicely educated her . I explained my allergy and placed my order. It was delivered wrong with none of the stated modifications. The manger couldn't care less. Said yes we make mistakes and here is the corrected meal. I am not impressed. Staff not educated.
Friendly staff. They have a menu but it's a listing then a real menu. The manager is not educated on gluten-free or his food. So you have to just go off the list. So don't expect the cooks to know what gluten free. But if you order it just like the list you will be fine and it will be good.
When asked they provided a gluten free nutrition guide. I ordered off of it but something definetly had gluten or became cross contaminated. I had a hamburger steak, mashed potatoes and fried apples. I was hoping I had found another place to eat that was gluten safe, but after a miserable afternoon I won't return. I should have known when waiter and hostess neither one were familiar with gluten.
This restaurant used to be a favorite of mine years ago prior to becoming gluten intolerant. I am happy to say can add them back into my favorites column once again. They have a gluten free menu with more options than just salad to choose from. My disappointment is that the Hashbrown Casserole is not gluten free and has to avoided. Other than that one concession the rest of the menu I used to favor is still available for me to enjoy. Just let them know when they are seating you that you are gluten free and they will give you the gluten free menu which also has low carb options.
There isn't a separate gf menu, however, there is a nutritional guide available. The staff was knowledgeable and helpful. I had the grilled chicken tenders, plate-licking mashed potatoes, ice cold apple slices and deliciously tangy coleslaw. There are many options and no reaction.