The menu has gluten free items BUT their cross contamination education is really low. We asked for a gluten free cheese plate and they brought the cheese in the same plate as the gluten bread 😒. The waitress didn’t even understand what I was talking about. Then my husband (celiac) ordered the beef skewers which could be made gluten free with the feisty potatoes which were also gluten free. He tested them both in the NIMA and came positive. Then they realized the potatoes were made in a common frier 😒😒. It’s worth saying that the managers were very nice and understanding and they were explaining the ingredients and all what they do in the kitchen. I clearly told them they need a cross contamination training... if you come, make sure that you explain what cross contamination is. The managers get it but their staff not so much.