They had gluten free wraps. I ordered it without a side since options were fries or house made chips (I didn’t specifically asked about shared fryer and didn’t want to risk it). They do warn on the menu that you could have cross contamination but I didn’t have a reaction. Very cute place. Food was pretty good but not exceptional
We ate here twice. They have a few GF selections on the menu, but, they can modify a bunch of others. It’s a small kitchen and they tell you up front that their fryer is not safe. But, if you like a delicious and safe seafood dinner, this is the place. My son had a burger with no bun, too.
Enjoyed a wonderful lunch! I had the Mediterranean Snapper Wrap. I was told that all the paninis can be served on a gluten free wrap!! The menu had only a few items with GF label but if you just speak up the wait staff is very helpful and GF friendly!!
My partner and I are celiac. We came here and had an amazing meal without any issue. They don’t have a gluten free menu but the staff was very attentive and knowledgeable about what we could safely eat. We had the conch chowder, strawberry salad, mashed potatoes, ceviche with gluten free tortilla chips and a seafood curry. Everything was amazingly delicious! Would absolutely come back.
GF menu extremely limited. Ordered a Pick 2- cup of chowder and half California wrap added the fish of the day. The food wasn’t good at all. The chowder was basically a cup of watery chili. Not a chowder at all. The wrapped lacked seasoning pretty bad. My husband said his seafood tacos (Not GF) was just ok. It was over $50 for a lunch of 2 adults and 01 toddler. Not worth the money at all.
Delicious food and beautiful outdoor seating! I think the Conch Chowder cross contaminated me (which is understandable since the soup can be ladled into bread bowls also), but the Mahi and Avocado dish was fresh, simple, delicious, and safe! I've also eaten the seafood curry which is probably my favorite thus far. I am very sensitive and feel comfortable eating here. Thank you for accommodating me, Conch House!
Stopped here for lunch. Great find! GF wraps available. Had the special.... blackened Mahi Mahi with avocado salsa wrap. Delish! The strawberry spinach salad with maple syrup for dressing was soooo good as well!! Enjoyed the ginger peach iced tea which completed my meal.:)
I ordered the Mahi Mahi (gf), my partner who has celiac disease ordered blackened fish - catch of the day entree with mashed potatoes and veggies. Although it was very healthy and tasted good, my partner did feel sick to his stomach after. The waitress didn’t make us feel super comfortable - she seemed annoyed when we explained my boyfriend’s serious gluten sensitivity. Can’t say for sure whether he got sick from the fish here - but three stars because it’s quite possible/likely, and because it was really too expensive for what it was.
Thanks largely to Jasmine (gracious waitress with great people skills and consciencious respect for celiac disease) and an accommodating kitchen, my wife and I enjoyed a delicious and safe meal in this quaint local eatery. Kitchen staff used separate pans and safety measures that made this experience very rewarding. Based on our experience, we would highly recommend this eatery to diners with celiac disease!
We had a great dinner there. It's a small family owned restaurant with many gluten free choices. Our waitress was very knowledgeable about gluten free diet. I had their award winning Spinach berry salad with shrimp. It was delicious Outside seating has a beautiful setting.
We had breakfast here. No gluten free menu but the server was very knowledgeable and suggested mixed fresh fruit in place of potatoes since they fry them. He was quite clear that they were not safe. I had eggs, bacon and the mixed fresh fruit and it was very good. I find breakfast is the hardest meal to avoid cross contamination so this was a good find. I would go again!