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The chef came to talk to us before the meal to understand exactly what my allergies were and she went over the menu with me. She modified every course and they were all delicious! It's expensive but there's nothing like it in Michigan. Totally worth the experience.

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Had the five-course dinner. GF options were marked and there was at least one (usually two) option(s) in each course. They also brought me gf rolls. Food and experience was good; I had no reaction from the meal. Four stars because the gf bread could be better and I wasn't impressed with desserts (and for the price they should be amazing).

Celiac friendly?

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Menus are clearly marked with GF selections and they are good ones—not just salad and sherbet. Food was delicious. The dinner menu changes daily. Signature dessert—pecan encrusted vanilla ice cream in fudge sauce is GF! Sadie’s ice cream parlor has several GF ice creams clearly marked. GF pancakes for breakfast.

Celiac friendly?

Yes

Updated 3 years ago read full review

This establishment is NOT a dedicated gluten-free facility and may not be safe for those with celiac disease. Please contact the establishment directly to inquire about safety precautions.

Gluten Free Features

  • Bread/Buns
  • Dessert
  • Gluten Free Menu

Categories

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Restaurant

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Wonderfully, gluten free accommodating, lots of options clearly marked on the menus and delicious food. So worth it

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Just ate the sandwich of the day and took all the contents only. I left the dry falling apart bread. For a high dollar restaurant in today's age of plenty of gluten free options is no excuse.

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Left the Grand Hotel today. It was my first vacation after celiac diagnosis. I was really worried about eating. Told to speak with concierge upon arrival. They helped me navigate their menus, explained that their kitchen has separate GF prep and cooking spaces, and left me with written instructions for my server to hand deliver to the chef. I was so relieved! And, I did not get sick eating there! Yay!

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They do not handle gluten free well. I was there for lunch with a group. I spoke with a chef, but he only spoke to me about the meats and then left. I had to keep tracking him down to ask about additional items and still ended up having a gluten reaction. Considering the type I restaurant they are, they should be able to handle this and they can't. I would avoid this place. Buffets are generally dicey and unfortunately this one is no exception.

Updated 6 years ago read full review

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Decent selection of food for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Problem is the staff are clueless and barely speak English. Their knee jerk reaction is to say an item it is not gluten free. You have to tell them to find out. Price is very expensive. Dinner was decent but breakfast was very disappointing. I had breakfast twice first was gluten free pancakes that were just so- so. Breakfast potatoes were very dry and not appetizing. Second breakfast was better. Had gluten free toast with eggs and hash browns that were excellent. Although the dinner was very good, it was VERY expensive ($70/person) and you are required to where formal attire. You can get an excellent gluten free meal at the Yankee Rebel Tavern on Astor street for half the price

Updated 8 years ago read full review

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