The staff was fairly knowledgeable, I wish they had listed on their menu or could tell me exactly the items. He just said “if it seems gluten free, we can do it.” I did not get sick and I’m a very sensitive celiac. I recommend going when they are less busy.
we have been here 3 times in the past few years. 2 of our 3 visits resulted in gluten exposure and very severe reactions. we are very careful and go to extremes to insure we convey the absolute necessity that my meal is gluten free. we speak to management and I make every attempt to order items that should already be gluten free to make it as easy as possible for the kitchen. we also tend to dine at non peak times to help minimize errors. I had an aunt that used to say once was a mistake, twice is a habit. fish does not take the allergy issue seriously enough for me to risk a third "mistake"
Great restaurant and food. I have celiacs and didn't have any issues. There is no gluten free menu but many items are gluten free and they can tweak some items to make them GF. The fish soup was great as was the creme burlee.
This was an awesome choice for dinner. I went because they have a raw bar so I knew I would be fine with that but when I asked, the waitress knew exactly what I could have on the menu and what things they could change in certain dishes which weren't naturally gluten free to make them safe for me. Plus, if I didn't like anything on the menu I could have done one of their proteins and two sides for a custom dish by the chef. It was so comforting to know how knowledgable the staff was about gluten issues. I had the raw bar sampler and the diver scallops and they were to die for. There is only one gf dessert: the creme Brûlée but it was sooooo good. Plus, we went on a Saturday so they had a live jazz band playing as they do every Saturday. Definitely would come back.