Despite being assured that the owners have celiac and that they take good precautions, I was glutened here. I do not recommend this restaurant for a celiac.
The menu was mislabeled. The steak was labeled as one of the GF items but I double checked as it was described as an Asian soy marinade. She said “oh I’m sure it’s gluten free soy sauce but I’ll ask the kitchen.” Nope! Mislabeled. I had the burger instead on a GF bun. Average burger. But either the burger or the side quinoa salad was cross contaminated because I got very sick afterwards. Would never go back and would not recommend to any celiacs.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Our waitress was very knowledgeable and friendly about all the gf stuff, knew off the top of her head about the oil not being gluten free, which I guess is a little disappointing but doesn’t bother me!! Got a wonderful burger with coleslaw, artichoke dip with veggies, and apple crisp!!!! I got violently ill a few hours afterwards but I’m 100% sure it wasn’t from cc from this restaurant, as I had been feeling off all day. Didn’t get to enjoy digesting the dinner but it was definitely good going down lol. The non-gf members of my family got to enjoy wonderful house-made beers and delicious dinners as well.
I was told by my server that the owners daughter is celiac so the kitchen staff is well informed and careful. They have lots of GF options throughout the menu and even make their own cider! Ive never had any issues here. Awesome views of Mt.Kearsarge as well.