Terrible experience! Their menu has 2 items with a GF. Spoke to the waitress and she had this "oh not another one" attitude. Ordered the rib eye and steamed spinach. Steak came out gray and loaded with grease. It was over cooked so sent it back. When they brought another meal our company were finished eating so we just told them to forget it. Really for what they charge it was the size of a minute steak. Restaurant was not crowded and now I know why. Don't bother
I give them two stars for trying and for having a gluten free bun. But to get five stars in an app that says find me gluten free, they would need to have a dedicated kitchen where anything on the menu could be made gluten free...there are restaurants that do this. For example From Across the Pond near Northeast mall is owned by a celiac. As a result, all of the food except for a few things can be made as gluten free. So to me thats the standard for five stars. This place tries and has some things gf but I often wonder about how safe these places are. The managers word doesnt cut it for me anymore...especially given they have the food can come in contact with gluten containing ingredients clause all over the menu. So eat at your own risk.
Lots of naturally GF stuff like steak, potatoes, veggies, salad, ribs. They have local oven GF buns for burgers. Ask for a GF menu when you get in, and do have the staff tell the kitchen it is for a Celiac. But I have been eating here GF before they put their GF menu out, their ribeye steak cannot be beat! Only downside is no dedicated fryer so fried stuff is a no.
There may be cross contamination but overall very good
— Separate gluten-free menu
There are some options marked on the menu and some that are not marked so you are really not sure about the GF items. She made the salmon GF for me and it was Satisfactory
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
We recently moved to Granbury and were excited to hear that Hoffbrau Steaks had a gluten free menu. That is rare to find in Granbury.
However, anyone with celiac disease must be very cautious when ordering. The servers have a "deer in the headlights" stare when asked about gluten. We had to send our food back because the kitchen did not follow the allergy instructions and included croutons in the salad. This is not a celiac safe kitchen as cross contamination is very possible.