Heres what people don't understand, gluten can't be cleaned, killed, or burned off. Once it comes into contact with a surface it lives there forever, cook Ware, dinnerware, silverware, cooking utensils, if they touched gluten there is cross contamination, my husband was glutened here. Dedicated fryer means nothing when the other food is being cooked on glutened surfaces, I watched them stick a gf bun next to a reg bun on the grill. Need more training on how cross contamination happens and why
We had a fantastic meal here! The staff was very knowledgeable about Celiac. They said if you're very sensitive they will pan fry your steak as they grill their bread/rolls on the same surface as the steaks. Thankfully we were there early enough that the grill was completely clean and hadn't had any bread contact yet. All the toppings for the steaks are gluten free. We had bernaise and the crab gratinee. It was pricey, but it was very good!
Waitstaff was very knowledgeable about what food could and could not be made gluten free. Many things could be converted including fried foods as they have a dedicated fryer. There's gluten free buns for the sandwiches/burgers and the clam chowder is gluten free also! Not sure on dessert options as we didn't get quite that far but an excellent choice!
Food is on the pricey side as the review states, the steaks are upwards of $46.95. But if it's in your budget the meat is delicious and well worth it!
Almost the whole menu is gluten free. Even their fritters are made from chickpea! They have a gluten free fryer they will use upon request for French fries and fritters. They have gluten free buns for their burgers as well! Highly recommend!