The menu is marked, but you’ve got to watch out for fried items. They’re not in a separate fryer.
Had the chicken dinner with slaw and a salad. It was very good.
No celiac friendly at all. Shared fryers. No gluten free bread. Tested food with Nima and gluten was found. Sent food back. Got another meal. Tested it. Gluten was found. Great place if you don’t have celiac.
Menu is clearly marked. Tacos, meat, and most sides are gf. Food was very good!
If you are Celiac, you can eat here safely, but you cannot have fried items because of cross-contamination if you are celiac. The staff person who waited on me was very informed of the difference between a person just eating GF and a celiac’s needs. They put a note on my order to change gloves. I had the pulled pork, coleslaw and the best collard greens that I have ever tasted. All the BBQ sauces were GF, too, and they were fabulous. My non-GF husband really liked this place, too. We will be back.
They mark items that “can be made gluten free” but when I went to order the sweet potato fries she said they fry them in the same oil as everything else. I even said I had a gluten allergy. It doesn’t make sense🤷🏼♀ Don’t mark it that you can make it gluten free and then tell me you can’t.
The staff were great! I placed an order online and they immediately called me to let me know that one of the items were cooked in a shared area and asked if that would be an issue for me. Since it was, they offered to switch that item out for something different. They told me they didn’t want anyone to get sick, and that really stood out to me. Definitely coming again when I return to Louisville!
While on a trip to Louisville, I saw the Feast BBQ on my app. it wasn't located too far from The Brown Hotel, where I was staying. They are a BBQ and smoked meats restaurant. This is an extremely popular restaurant with lines out the door. Seating both inside and on the sidewalk. It's not exactly easy to spot the sign on the store front, but look for a long line on the sidewalk and you can find parking to the right of the building on the left side of the street. The food was GREAT. Their menu has the GF items identified with dots. There are plenty of choices, other than sandwiches. Let the cashiers know you are GF and they will make sure you get what you need. I got a 2-meat platter with chopped chicken and .25 lb of chopped pork. Also had their GF potato salad and vinegar slaw...I wasn't really impressed with the potato salad, but the slaw was very good. I'd probably try their beans on the next trip to Louisville. The servings were almost too much for me to eat. The only negative I'd give Feast is there BBQ sauces were not as tasty as I've had from other GF BBQ restaurants I've eat at, but this is definitely a repeat for my next Louisville trip. My Celiac presents itself as blisters/sores in the mouth, which take 48-72 hours to appear after eating contaminated food. Within that time frame I experienced no problems, which is why I didn't add my review until after that time was up.
Knowledgeable staff. Super cute atmosphere. Good food.
GF options marked on menu, knowledgeable staff