Had diner there a few times. Always been perfect with no symptoms. Knowledgeable and friendly staff. Had the regular burger with gluten free bun (cooked on a separate surface). Fries are cooked in a dedicated fryer and are really good. 4 GF beers on the menu as well. #nimatested
This was the first place we went when we were in Burlington. Our server was very knowledgeable about Celiac. They have a dedicated fryer so I was able to have chicken wings and fries. The fries are FANTASTIC! Wings were great too. Can't remember the last time I was able to have wings! Great selection of ciders and gluten free beers. Would definitely recommend!
Unfortunately, despite the great atmosphere, the wait staff was not the most knowledgeable about GF options and there are minimal brunch options GF/dairy-free. They do have GF buckwheat waffles, however, these contain dairy. If your only allergy is gluten there will be more options to choose from!
Ordered my burger with gluten free bun, and specifically asked if the fries were from a dedicated fryer, I had major issues the two days following. I'm not celiac but very sensitive, ruined half my conference trip. Not sure if it was the bun or the fries. If you eat here stick with what is definitely safe.
Went here for lunch and was very excited to find out that there was a designated fryer for the fries!! They were delicious, as was the gluten free bun I ordered for my burger. Best burger and fries I've had in a long time. I have celiac and am extremely sensitive. The waitress made sure to double check everything. Best part, my stomach feels great!
I was there on a busy Friday night. I made it clear to the server that I had a severe issue with gluten and was assured that my meal was "totally gluten free" by the person who delivered the meal to the table. However, I ended up very bloated afterwards so there must have been some cross-contamination. Food tasted quite good and the restaurant is probably fine for gluten-sensitive folks, but I don't recommend it for Celiacs.
I am celiac. Called to make sure they had gluten free options. I was told they do. We went an had to wait 45 minutes for a table. I told the server I needed gluten free an he said ok. When I asked for certain things on the menu all he kept saying was no you cant have that. So I finally said then I dont know what to order an he couldn't tell me what to order either. Was not knowledgable. I did not order food we left and went to windjammer upper deck where they had a great gluten free menu and knowledgable staff.
I am really surprised this description says vegan friendly... Like what? The salad? Two veggie burgers? And a couple of veg starters. If you are a GF and are vegan the choices are slim to none. My wife is a vegetarian and we declined to meet friends at the farmhouse because she would not be able to eat anything on the menu. I love the mission, and the food is pretty damn good if you can eat it. I am passionate about local food I am just really confused about the description. Simply put I would say don't make the claim if your options are so limited.
This place doesn't have a separate menu and there regular menu is smallish, however, the food is stellar. Great, fresh and simple gastropub fare. What really pushes it to five stars is the drink selection, there were multiple ciders on tap plus a mead. Their bottle list has more gf beer selections than anywhere else In the NE, not red bridge mind you, real gf beer, fantastic.