I used to love Exile before I got my celiac diagnosis. But there are no options for anyone with celiac. Plain salad maybe? But the waitress said we'd have to pay for a full salad that had fried things on it.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Great place with gluten free buns and other gf choices marked on menu. Our favorite
amazing food, safe for celiac, my FAVORITE place to eat in DSM
Horrible!! The staff has no idea about cross contact or what menu items contain gluten. Server looked at me like I was crazy when informing her if the fries are cooked in the same oil as breaded items they weren’t gluten free. Also no gluten free Exile beer - cider doesn’t count. Don’t waste your time here when there are such better food/beverage options in the same area of the city!
first time trying this place. Talk with the waitress about my husbands' need for gluten, and dairy free. He ordered a beef tenderloin sandwich, he said the meat was really good. however we both believe the bun it was served on was not gf, it looked like a pretzel bun. he ate the inside of the sandwich and the fries leaving the bun. I am not gf however I ordered the fish and chips, substitute sweet pt fries and honey-mustard for dipping. while everything was ok, it was not spectacular. The fish and fries were oily. We did have dessert, lemon tart was amazing and gf double chocolate cake is very good as well.
Exile Brewing Co. has a gluten-free menu. They also have gluten-free bread and ciders. The food was delicious. I have Celiac Disease and did not have any problems eating & drinking at Exile.
Fries and house chips are all fried in one fryer with breaded items so they are not safe. They can alter menu items but the safety of avoiding cross contamination is questionable.
Gluten-free menu, helpful wait staff.