Fried chicken is fried in cornstarch as opposed to flour in a dedicated fryer (it makes it a little dryer than you would otherwise have, but I was craving fried chicken so it hit the spot). Most of the sides look like they’re gluten free, but our server seemed unsure as to which ones were for sure. The manager (or owner?) was far more helpful/knowledgeable and even offered suggestions as to how the kitchen could tweak other menu items to make them safe for me to eat. They have several GF menu options (clearly marked).