My partner and I have been here twice, until our last visit this was his favorite place in the area. My first visit I asked all my usual questions, and wanted the chicken without sauce. Waitstaff did not know if the sauce was gfree. They brought it with sauce. The second visit I was glutenized within 10 minutes. I ordered the succotash and green beans (sesame) from the gfree menu. Two green beans in and I was SICK. Staff confirmed there is regular soy sauce on the beans. I had told them to make sure kitchen staff knew I was Celiac. They offered no apology. We left and will never come back. Waitstaff is generally uniformed about the dangers and risks of Celiac Disease. I spent a week in recovery and off work.
Went last night. Also 2 years ago. Will come every time I visit here. Yes, service isn't spectacular, but food is delicious and most importantly, they have a gluten free menu and will go ask the chef any specific questions.
Quite a few GF options on the menu. Server seemed conscientious and I didn't get sick.
Very limited GF options so I had steak. The waiter was very impatient so I have not come back since two years ago.
Service sucks, but food was okay. I do not think I will be back because of the service. We only had one glass of water although we asked for a refill, she messed up my order which wasn't a huge deal but then completely ignored our table.
I was so disappointed with this restaurant. I ordered the chicken on a gluten free bun. When they placed it on our table it smelled and looked good. Then we noticed they had put breaded onion rings on it. We complained to the staff and the manager was going to come talk to us. She/he never did and had the waitress come to our table. I obviously couldn't eat it. They didn't charge my husband for his meal and I had to find something else to eat since I didn't trust them after that! Just because a restaurant has a GF menu doesn't mean the cooks understand what that means.
Excellent food! Great for date night.