ordered my food based on another gluten free app, and notified my waitress! was sick within 15-20 minutes of eating here. not good for anyone with a gluten sensitivity, or allergy.
Staff was unknowledgeable of gluten free. They accidentally served me a regular hamburger bun oppose to a gluten free one. Even though I questioned the bun after it was served to me. Making sure I was eating gluten free food. Definitely would not recommend going here!
They have a piece of paper in the kitchen that lists what can be prepared gf. They have Steamed Shrimp (1/2 or 1 lb), Crab (1 lb), or a spinach and shrimp salad. But they cannot guarantee cross contamination from the kitchen..
This location is knowledgeable about Celiac Disease and the precautions to take to make sure the food is not cross contaminated. The food is prepared in a different part of the kitchen too. My kids and I have Celiac Disease and have never gotten sick at this location.
Managers and staff are completely unknowledgeable about gluten free. I looked online and found an allergen list online, which stated whether or not things contained gluten, before we decided to eat here. When I arrived I asked for a gluten free menu or allergen list. Not only do they not have one, the manager told me that I could eat off of the lower calorie menu. (Low calorie is no where close to the same as gluten free.) after showing him the allergen list I found online at hooters.com, he was surprised and said he has never seen it. Make sure you ask plenty of questions and make sure they inform the kitchen staff of your allergy!! I ended up getting the smoked wings with bbq rub and fries with no seasoning. The fries are cooked in a separate frier and the smoked wings are never fried.
Hooters has a variety of their menu items that can be made gluten free. They include their grilled chicken, fish and hamburger. Most of their seafood also can be done gluten free. Make sure to order without the seafood boil. The salads are can also be ordered gluten free. Unfortunately at this time their wings cannot be ordered gluten free. However was pleased with the various menu items I could order. Have been there a few times for gluten free and enjoyed the food. It was very tasty!
Actually, while their official printed menu is sparse, the gluten free options are pretty abundant. For example, the fries-both regular and curly-, cheese sauce, and most of the dipping sauces are gluten free, and they have a dedicated fryer for the fries. They can make makes Actually, while their official printed menu is sparse, the gluten free options are pretty abundant. For example, the fries-both regular and curly-, cheese sauce, and most of the dipping sauces are gluten free, and they have a dedicated fryer for the fries. There are gluten free ciders and mixed drinks, and so much more. I kind of want to get together with the company and revamp their printed menu, because while their cross-contamination prevention practices are awesome, their printed menu doesn't do it justice. They can make gluten free grilled boneless wings on the grill, and some of the hot sauces are gluten free as well. There are gluten free ciders and mixed drinks, and so much more. I kind of want to get together with the company and revamp their printed menu, because while their cross-contamination prevention practices are awesome, their printed menu doesn't their gf options justice.
Personally I would love to give Hooters no less than 4 star for wings & hot sauce but this app is for GF foods. My husband is Celiac. He was not happy with my choice to eat here. Server was very good but not knowledgeable about GF. (Which really surprises me with such a popular chain) but she did give us Hooters GF menu.My carnivor eating husband left cranky and hungry. He had gotten 1/2lb steamed shrimp. Said ours tasted better at home cooking from raw frozen and would not have cost half as much. Please note on Hooters GF menu neither ketchup or cocktail sauce is listed for shrimp dip. Hooters is basically a GF coleslaw or salad with 2 choice dressings and unless you want to break the bank for a small appetizer and eat somewhere else, I wouldn't suggest it.