Staff was knowledgeable. Sevaeral options. GF options clearly identified on the menu. Good food.
Did not have a good experience at the restaurant inside the resort. The waiter had no knowledge of the gluten free options indicated on the menu. I requested to speak with the chef. She appeared less interested in speaking with me and didn’t explain anything. I ordered a salad but didn’t take a bite after it was brought out on the same tray as the rest of my family’s (who aren’t celiac) directly next to the burger and breaded chicken sandwich. The waiter never asked what was wrong with my salad as it sat untouched at the end of the table. They also charged me for the untouched salad (14.99). For a place that brags about being gluten friendly I was highly disappointed. Will stay at the wilderness resort for less money and eat at other local restaurants in the future. I do not recommend this resort if celiac.
Had a wonderful experience eating breakfast here this morning. After talking to our waiter, he sent out the Chef (Karen, I believe) to speak with us. We explained to her that our son had Celiac disease and she gave him his options and even said she’d make little of everything if he wanted. He ended up with a big plate of eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns and pancakes. All gluten free and prepared separately. He loved the food and we loved the special attention and extra care he was given.
Decided to try the main restaurant for dinner since there were so many positive reviews. My son and I felt sick about an hour after eating. We’re moderately sensitive to cross contamination and I think the fryer was the culprit. I only had French fries and Brussels sprouts. Plus, the food wasn’t even good. Try Buffalo Phil’s across the parking lot. They had great GF pizza that was actually GF!
Celiac. Separate fryer. Almost everything on the menu can be made gluten free. The food is ok....but seemed safe. No reaction. Even the family style breakfast that we got with the room can be made gluten free.
The chicken fingers are AMAZING!! The French fries are really good too. Great pancakes and waffles. Breakfast potatoes are very good too. Highly recommend this place. Just don't order the pizza as it's terrible. I am highly sensitive celiac and did not get sick.
There are lots of gf options. Separate frier and the chef came out to speak to us. The waffle was not good, but safe. The server was horrible. She pointed at my daughter who has celiac and said "sorry your food came out late, it was her fault because of that gluten free thing". She's 11 and was here with friends. It's not bad enough for a preteen to have to special order, but just horrible for an adult to treat her that way. Safe food that doesn't taste great, and horrible service. Hopefully it was an anomaly.
Eat at the Lodge Wood Fired Grill! Their entire menu can be made gluten free! Even fried foods!! They have a separate frier and gf batter. The gf waffles were delicious! The waitress was very helpful and knowledgeable! Definitely recommend!
My daughter loved the gluten free cheeseburger and we all loved the gf family style breakfast. Gf batter for chicken fingers and onion strings. Yum
The Lodge Wood Fired Grill was very accommodating. I had 2 dinners & a breakfast with no reaction, & I'm super sensitive.
The Loose Moose is another disappointing restaurant. No decent options for kids, and they charge extra for any substitution. Bear Tracks Sweets does NOT carry gluten-free items any longer. The one bright star is the Camp Critter Breakfast buffet, which will make you gluten free waffles and pancakes upon request, in the kitchen on dedicated equipment.
For the morning buffet talked with chef. She made me GF pancakes omelet and cereal.