I was a little nervous to eat here considering the reviews but it was great! The waitress knew what was GF. I told her I was extremely sensitive and she made sure she went down to tell the chef. My food did come out a few minutes after everyone else’s, but she apologized and said the kitchen was taking their time to make sure there was no cross contamination. I ordered the blackened Salmon and it was delicious!
— No gluten-free information on the menu
This restaurant used to be celiac-safe but it isn't anymore. It has changed into a sports bar. The new menu, waitstaff, kitchen, etc is not set up to accommodate gluten-free dining at all and especially not celiac-safe GF dining.
The first time I dined here was several years ago and I had such a great experience. The servers were super knowledgeable about what went into the food, accommodations that could be made, and they were specific when an accommodation couldn't be made either (which I appreciated - I'd rather someone be honest than get sick).
I don't know if there are new owners or what, but all I can say is that everything has changed and celiacs can no longer safely dine here.
We used to make a special trip to eat here, but the last 2 visits have been disappointing, even frightening. This last ( and I mean last) visit we ordered buffalo wings (assured to be gluten free),only to find out later were fried in shared fryer ( along with “gluten free “polenta cake) and the manager said the wings were baked and “only flash fried” . We only half expect the wait staff to understand, but the kitchen staff should . Eat here at your peril.
We used to go here every year at Ocean City as a but nicer of a place than most of what is in OC, but not too expensive. Last year we were here on my Celiac daughter's birthday. I went in and asked if they could make her French fries in a pan and was told yes, so we all went in. When we ordered and I told the waiter we'd been told this was an option he just said "she could have watermelon." I told him to ask for me and he reluctantly said "ok" and her food came with fries. She did not get sick and I assume they were cooked separately, but this was very upsetting. The restaurant has also turned into a sports bar and the meal I normally ordered had a different sauce that made it worse. I won't be going back, but I've marked it Celiac friendly because my daughter did not get sick.
Went to the one in Fenwick Just Hooked. Server was annoyed could only make a few dishes gluten free. She told me my food would come out on orzo pasta! Basically just a piece of chicken on a dish or steak. I couldn't order any sea food gluten free. Very overpriced for nothing!!! Left hungry. Poor kids ate a cheeseburger with nothing else on dish but a piece of corn.
This was our first time here and the food was amazing! We were referred by my aunt who has a friend that is local to OC. Kelsey was an awesome waitress who is super friendly, made you feel welcome, and was very knowledgeable of the menu and its ingredients. She helped me customize my meal so that it was gluten free. I had the pan seared chicken and it was delicious! The cheesy grits are the best I have ever had! They also had a flourless chocolate cake for desert but I was to stuffed to try it. Such a great place! We will be back next vacation for sure!
our waiter was great, had answers to what ingredients where in the entrees, and if he didn't he went to the kitchen to ask! He also said they would make any adjustments to my meal to suit my food allergies! I would go back again! The white cheddar grits were amazing too!
Outstanding food and service! Staff was knowledgable and accommodating to my wife's soy allergy and celiac. Kids were able to get exactly what they wanted. Scallops and cheese grits are amazing. Will definitely go again.
Uses all fresh, local ingredients. Everything is made from scratch. No separate menu, but no problem accommodating. Staff is very knowledgeable about the food and what is in it. Most of the menu can be made gluten-free and delicious! Primarily seafood on the menu, but our nine-year-old daughter who has celiac was able to get a cheeseburger (fresh meat, no bun), roasted fingerling potatoes in lieu of fries and roasted veggies. We even shared a gluten-free dessert.