Was there yesterday and while the gf options i had were amazing, the waiter in error ordered one of the dishes non gluten free. Was sick within 45 min for cross contamination of the fryer. Double check what you order as we told them numerous times I have Celiac and no one paid attention that a non gf food was put in. My husband spoke with the manager the next day and the manager was extremely upset that I had been glutened. He invited us back and after a bunch of my husband nagging we went back and had one of the most amazing dinners. Ariel was our server and she was super awesome I would recommend this place and just make sure your server knows what gluten is .
Tapas restaurant with a separate gluten-free menu. Except apparently one of the sauces served with 2 of the gluten-free dishes has gluten in it (my waiter informed me). The regular menu is very extensive. Unfortunately the gf one is very limited when it comes to meat options, with one steak and four pork sausage options only. That said, I had a salad and two of the sausage options and it was all excellent. Feel fine 5 hrs later but I generally find out the next day if I've been glutened.
Waitress confidently recommended menu items that were GF, what could be modified to be GF & she even shared w/us areas where potential cross-contamination could possibly occur in the kitchen during prep. We felt very comfortable w/her knowledge base & guidance. The pork tacos arrived, I took one bite and I knew it was a flour tortilla though our waitress confirmed it was corn. I proceeded to eat & really should have trusted my gut (no pun intended). She came back 5 minutes later to apologize & let me know that it was indeed a flour tortilla. She said they were corn, switched to wheat & thought they switched back to corn. Waitstaff & kitchen must communicate (better) to avoid these kinds of serious blunders. Restaurant manager was apologetic, though demonstrated no sincerity over the situation. Alas, getting sick on vacation is never fun. My girlfriends enjoyed their food, however, this unfortunate turn of events dampened the festive TGIF mood.
This is a fun, unique restaurant within Aria. They do not have a GF menu. My server seemed pretty knowledgeable about what on the menu I could have, if I asked what specifically was in it. There are so many choices, you just comb through and then ask about them and if they were gluten free or could be easily modified to be. I inquired about the potatoes and he quickly said they were gluten free but used the same frier as gluten containing items. So I crossed that off. Was thankful for our waiter and his extra help. I would have given this 5 stars if they had notes on their menu about GF. I didn't get sick from what I had (Mediterranean chicken skewer and the Ensalata Mixta).
Very frustrating experience. Very accommodating with all of our food allergies and celiac. We loved the food. The frustrating part was the process of ordering. The menu was difficult to decide what might work for our food issues. We then ordered, and about 15 minutes later the waiter came back and said some orders wouldn't work. We then reordered and waited some more. They need better communication from kitchen to waiters on what meals can be done for specific allergies. We all ate safely.