Ask for their GF menu. Many things are highlighted that can be made GF, but mostly by omitting buns and flatbread, etc. Good food but you pay the same price for less. It is really unfortunate that they can’t even at least offer gluten-free bread or buns or crust or something. For a restaurant like this at Oxbow I think that is pretty negligible. Can’t speak to wether or not it is Celiac friendly.
I super do not recommend this place. I was given an outdated menu highlighted with very few options that were my choices, nearly all with the requirement to withhold a part of the dish (which just leads to mistakes and feeling like the meal is missing something). There is a 100% gluten free place right across the hall, C Casa, go there instead.
What a great place....great choice of gluten free options all stated on a separate gluten free menu (upon request) Staff well educated, separate fryer so can eat French fries or sweet potato fries. Can only recommend as it is outstanding. My husband (who is not gluten free) had the gluten free chicken wings which were outstanding followed by the best food he has ever eaten pork belly burger (sorry fellow coeliacs cannot be Made gluten free but is a great option for accompanying guests)
I've been here a few times and have been really blown away by the caliber of food and also options on their gluten free menu. They are very careful. Steak, chicken, carpaccio, breakfast items and of course great wine. Very very great experiences.