I was told on 5/5/17 that their gluten free menu was actually "gluten light" because they didn't have a separate space to prep GF meals and that cross contamination was highly likely. The waiter said he's been pressing his boss to update their menu to remove the GF symbol since the menu was inaccurate. Since my daughter and I both have celiac disease, this is not a safe place to eat.
I really can't say enough good about how knowledgeable and careful they were here. The menu has all gluten free items marked, my server was knowledgeable about Celiac and went back and checked with the kitchen about whether the fryer was shared, and they have lots of options. That said - they do cook homemade hamburger buns in the kitchen, and since flour hangs in the air, I still got sick. They really are as careful as they can be, but if you're a highly sensitive Celiac, it's probably not a good option.
The GF buns are NOT celiac friendly, but you can get the burger on a bed of lettuce. The staff is super friendly and helpful; they went back to the kitchen and bar to ask questions for me several times. Make sure to ask about sauces etc. that may not be listed on the menu with the item (the sauces are almost all GF, but there was one served with the grilled corn that was too spicy for me; they happily took it back and got me a different side). Requires caution, but I would definitely go back.
Holy wow!!So when you don't eat eggs and you want a savory brunch.. Arepas.. Substituted for English muffins.. In house baked gluten free sandwich buns.. Sausage is amazing..I'm not just a "gluten free" eater.. I'm a Celiac..My fiancé is a chef and asks all the correct questions of the kitchen. I'm a happy girlHave a flight of mimosas and celebrate a decent GF meal!!
GF buns are good. Burgers are pretty good but expensive. No dedicated fryer for the fries.
Was ready to give this place an amazing review because the gluten free buns there and the cider where delicious but I was running to the bathroom 15 mins after leaving :-( I'm celiac so do what you want with this review but I was disappointed!
Great gluten free buns! Best hamburger in the woodlands area too! They have gluten free beer and cider.
I found this new restaurant on FMGF. My husband and I tried it. I'm celiac and he tries to eat GF whenever he can. This is really like a gourmet burger restaurant. They don't have a GF menu, but do offer GF buns and several desserts. I had the regular angus burger with a GF bun. The seasonings were a bit lacking and the bun wasn't warmed with the burger. The food was just alright. I didn't get sick, but then again, I take a preventative pill whenever I eat out. My husband thought his $17 bison burger was just OK. For the price he thought he'd be blown away. Again, there seemed to be no seasonings on the burger and nothing to make it stand out. The waiters and staff were friendly and knowledgeable. The food just so-so, but I'll give the restaurant another chance.
They have only been open a month as of the writing of my review. They have house baked gluten free bread/burger buns, though they are not a dedicated GF facility. Their burgers are wonderful, ground in house, and they are locavores. They get their ingredients from 44 different local farms, and MMMMMM, their food is yummy!