Prior to being diagnosed with Celiac, this was one of my favorite restaurants. We went last night for the first time since being diagnosed and the service was wonderful. The waitstaff was knowledgeable about what was safe and what wasn’t and, if there was anything that was questionable, they checked in with the chef. If a dish was gluten free but had bread that came with it, the bread was plated separately. I asked a question about a salad they had and they were quick to tell me that the dressing was made with a white soy sauce and it wouldn’t be safe. I also asked about an oatmeal dish and was told that the chef had called the manufacturer to determine how they processed the oats and was unable to get a clear answer that made them feel comfortable recommending it for a gluten allergy. Definitely looking forward to our next meal here!
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Very disappointing. I have to eat gluten & dairy free. Also allergic to soy & lettuce. First I was told I could order the spot prawns. After 10 minutes was asked if the butter was okay for the prawns. When I said no I had to order something else. My server told me the duck was safe and then served me wheat berries & duck legs fried in cross contaminated oil. When I questioned the fried legs I was told, oh yeah, you can’t eat those. You also can’t eat the wheat berries. For a high end foodie restaurant I was extremely underwhelmed. The food I was able to eat was high quality and tasted good. Attention to food allergies low.
We were served food that contained gluten even though we told the waiters ahead of time about our allergies, we only found out about the gluten in the dish after we double checked because it looked like it had gluten. I would have been very sick if I had trusted them. What I did eat was delicious though
The staff was really knowledgeable and I felt safe. Plus the food is amazing.