As someone with Celiac disease, finding a restaurant that has options other than salad can be difficult at times. However, Kyllo's was a great option. Our server was knowledgeable and provided me options. I had a lot of options and the kitchen was able to change up how they cooked my oysters so I could eat them. I ordered the pan fried oysters. Instead of breading mine, they simply grilled them. They assured me the grill was safe too. My server was ON IT, when it came to ensuring we had drink refills, dessert, etc. Turned out we were her last table too, and had no idea until we both seemed to leave at the same time. She did not make us feel rushed or anything, as we did take our sweet @ss time leaving. We are in town for 4 nights and this was our first night here. We will be coming back again this trip for a second experience! Oh, and the view of the beach and ocean is awesome.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
They have a dedicated fryer for fries. One of their fryers is used for fries only. The fries themselves are gluten free. My Celiac son ordered ciopinno as that was one of the few dishes the chef felt had little to no cross contamination. They did give him a few other options but he really wanted seafood. No issues! We will be back!
— Not Much
Staff did not understand celiac disease or the meaning of gluten free. They do not take precautions to avoid cross contamination. They weren’t very nice about it either. I like the atmosphere of the restaurant but when you can’t eat there it is kinda sad because they say things are gluten free but they are not.
NOT CELIAC FRIENDLY! Staff was very rude regarding GF, I would never chance eating here!
Had a nice seafood salad and delicious house chips. Our waitress was very helpful and willing to adapt the salad to my needs. This is a busy restaurant so plan to wait during peak dining times.
They were very accommodating to my girlfriend who is GF. Food is a little pricey but excellent. They agreed to cook our fish in our fish tacos without the normal breeding and they were great!!
I found them very helpful. They were very open to making it so there were things for me to eat. I had a wonderful hamburger. They gave me extra veggies for it and I had a salad instead of the fries. It was very tasty and I didn't get sick. A gluten free bun or bread is an easy thing to add to a menu.
I had hoped to eat lunch here, but the manager wasn't that accommodating for celiacs, and told me I just shouldn't eat out?! At first he told me I was difficult in asking about their cross contamination how careful they were, and I said I have to be. He was nice about it, and I told him I do understand that they can't guarantee cross contamination. But, in today's world with so many sensitive people, I feel that they should get training in how to segregate Gluten and non gluten foods. Some places will do this, but it hasn't gotten their yet with most restaurants. Another waitress we spoke with said they try to be careful, but if one is very sensitive to gluten you are taking a chance. I didn't want to take the chance especially when I looked in the kitchen and saw flour being sifted and flying up in the air.
High prices. Few gf options. Hosts somewhat unhelpful or seem to care about gf needs.
There are very few GF options here.
we went to eat cause we had had good experience in the past, waitress was very rude about my husbands celiac and basically told us to go somewhere else. He had a lovely seafood dish that was definitely celiac friendly but the service was lacking. We got a huge song and dance about how they arent going to cater to fad diets and the gf certification was too expensive so we should just not bother. Very disappointed.
Nice ocean view. No special gf menu, but oddly it is the only place in town my celiac wife has been able to eat safely at over and over. Must be something about the kitchen. The wedge salad and the burgers are excellent. Nice place.