Most things here are deep fried, so not a lot of options for celiacs. We ended up just ordering a salad, which was decent, but disappointed we couldn’t enjoy the seafood.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Ate there this week and they have a gluten free menu, you have to ask for it! Very nice place and great food!
Fisher's will "accommodate" for gluten free diners but doesn't have a gluten free menu. The waiter consulted with the chef and came back with suggestions for me. Only about half of the suggestions were actually gluten free. He suggested fried items, items with soy sauce, etc. Im not sure they understand that gluten can be in unsuspected places, or that you can't use a shared fryer and call something gluten free. I had the shrimp and grits and a side salad. I would not call Fishers celiac safe.
GF menu had crab cakes which I would love but questioned waitress checked and came back thanked saying they needed to fix menu it was an amazing meal and they were so careful I felt very safe eating
Such good food! Wait staff, chef and manager were very nice and helpful! Definitely check this place out!
Very delicious food, and knowledgeable staff. The upstairs section has an allergen menu, but make sure you ask if you feel iffy about an item. I asked about their house-made fries (as someone had told me they have a dedicated fryer--THEY DO NOT) and found that they are cooked in the same frier as the breaded/battered items. Be warned, the upstairs is a little pricey!! We had a great waitress that made sure I was satisfied with our meal, and recommended several delicious things I would not have tried otherwise. Try the pork cheek, and make sure you get the Creme brûlée!
The manager and chef were helpful in helping me choose a GF safe item off the menu. I happened to meet the chef on the way out and he got it! He said if you feed people with special food needs they always come back. True!!!