Their menu has a lot of options to choose from. Our waiter understood my need for GF and he made sure everything I had was for sure made gluten free. He also went above and beyond to let me know of a few more items they could adjust a slight bit during cooking and/or preparation to give me even more options than the normal GF on the menu.
They have a gf free items and celiac friendly too.
Our server was helpful she seemed to truly care about finding gf options for me, we notified ahead that I needed GF options. Our menus showed vegan and gluten free (these don't show online). I was brought GF bread and the server was very helpful in choosing sides and menu items.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
The menu clearly had GF marked next to gluten-free items. Our server was very knowledgeable and understanding when we visited here with our children, 2 of which have celiac disease. We were also served a hot Udi’s French baguette, which my kids LOVED, since it’s such a rarity to get gluten-free bread at a restaurant.
I went to Del Friscos for the first time this year on my birthday because I was excited about their gf menu. Unfortunately, despite ordering only items marked gf and suggested by our server (steak, mashed potatoes, brussel sprouts, bacon appetizer) my food was contaminated and I was extremely sick after leaving the restaurant. Some red flags from the overall from the experience: while our waiter was cutting into our steak, he suddenly stopped and asked if butter was okay (how is their staff so poorly trained that they don’t know butter is gluten free; also why was he asking me this question he had already brought over our prepared food); also, my fiancé called after we realized I was sick and the manager on the phone was not apologetic at all. She asked if I had ordered a beer at the bar before sitting down for dinner as “beer is not gluten free.” As someone who has been managing celiac for most of my life, I found it offense when the manager started questioning if I had consumed products that are obviously (to anyone with celiac) not gluten free.
Celiac Safe - the staff is very knowledgeable. Free of cross contamination. Another person suggested ordering ahead the gluten free bread - we did and it was great . The tomato Buratta salad , mashed potatoes , filet , corn and even some desserts . Enjoyed . Tested w Nima it was fine