Very helpful. our waitress' mom is celiac so she could relate.
Gluten free items are marked on the menu. the staff double and triple checked that everything i ordered was okay. they had an alergen list that they brought out to make sure everything was okay for me. I didn't ask about cross contamination because it doesnt bother me. overall they do pretty well with celiac.
Big selection, everything marked on the regular menu if GF. Thought it was delicious.
I have missed. breakfast. out love it and was so helpful
Horrible severs didn't even know what celiacs is wouldn't even check with the w the chef to see if items were really gf what's the point of offering items if you don't have education about a disease I miss NEW YORK!!!! Sick and tired of every down south state being in the dark about actually diseases !! Disgusting!!!
Waitress understood our needs. GF items are clearly marked. Make sure to specify celiac and that you need extra care. GF English muffin was good. Make sure to request it to new cooked on flattop and not in shared toasters. Request whole eggs when ordering omelette.
Denny's in most locations has added gluten-free options my personal favorite is the gluten-free create your own breakfast options and they will clean the grill before hand if you're able to wait long enough for them to do so and you ask them to it's not as quick as the average Denny's experience but it becomes safer for those that don't need it completely secured
A great place for anybody with celiacs. Breakfast, lunch and Dinner options. LOTS of food to choose from and is clearly marked out as GF on the menu. They even have ice cream and milkshakes. Michael was our waiter and you cannot get better service than what he provided.
Dennys now offers gluten free English muffins and their menu is marked on items that are gluten free with a GF symbol. I ended up getting breakfast, hash browns with eggs bacon and a GF English muffin. They state in their menu they are not dedicated GF. I am only intolerant, so I'm okay here. I'm not sure about someone who has celiac.