I got a Caesar Salad (no croutons) and fries. The waitress assured me they have a separate fryer for gf options, and said that the staff had been very careful for me. I don’t know which item it was that made me sick but I had a moderate reaction (more than cc) after eating. I suspect that either the fryer wasn’t gf or the salad dressing wasn’t, as I didn’t see any evidence of crouton crumbs in the salad. The food was fine, just average diner fare.
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Helen’s made GF dining easy. There was plenty to choose from and the staff seemed knowledgeable and happy to help. I had a LOBSTER ROLL! Of course! I’ve been to Maine several times in the past 20 years of eating Gf and I’ve never been able to order a lobster roll. The waitress said there wasn’t much mayo and if there was any on there, it was disguised by the huge amount of lobster meat. Delicious. We also liked that there are lots of seating options there are there are two bar-seating areas, booth seating , individual tables and also a large room with water views.
GF rolls available for sandwiches, including hamburgers. Fries are also GF. Restaurant is very nice.
The menu is clearly marked for either GF or if it can be made GF. They have a dedicated fryer so French fries are a go here. Lots of choices, knowledgeable staff, yummy food!
Dedicated fryer, gf bread options. No gf dessert but sandwiches are delicious.
Gluten free buns and bread are both offered. Menu items are clearly marked if they are gluten free/can be made gluten free. Some of my favorites are the lobster roll and the reuben. They also make a delicious homemade lobster stew. Staff is knowledgeable and I have never once been sick from cross contamination there. If you are ever in the area, definitely stop by!