There are some real gluten issues at this restaurant. The GF labels are inaccurate. I was served corn cakes that were obviously coated with flour. It took three tries to find a meal that I could eat. The friends who took me there were so embarrassed. Atmosphere is nice.
IS NOT CELIAC FRIENDLY!!! Please do not be fooled. It's ok for gluten sensitivity....
Not impressed at all; will not go back.
Most of the sides are gluten free, as well as several items on the menu. They serve gluten free beer, and the chef is very knowledgeable and helpful.
My wife and I have eaten here about once every 2 months over the past few years. Food has always been really good, no problems with the GF marked items on the menu. The sweet tea chicken is good, and I really like the red rice pirlou, which is a cajun style dish. The flourless chocolate cake is a great dessert, although I usually don't have room for it after I've eaten everything at dinner. If you can't stuff one in, have it boxed up to go for later (which is what I end up doing).
I take back my original rating. Last time I went a few months ago I explained my gluten allergy, no bun for my burger, plain with cheese. My burger came out with everything except the bun, including fried onions. When I explained I couldn't have gluten, the waiter said I don't know what gluten is. The food runner explained it was the cheese, I said no, and explained. I got the eye roll, grabbing of plate,and turning on the heel before I could explain I needed a new burger. When he returned with the same burger, just more cheese and I explained I needed a new burger I again got the eye roll and a nice voice explaining it will. take a bit. I complained via email and FB about training their employees. No response.