Their fried seafood is breaded with gluten free cornmeal. First time I've had the opportunity to eat fried seafood in years!
The gluten free menu is pretty bland, but they do have a dedicated menu. But for example you just get plain steamed veggies and rice, they could add flavor to those without adding gluten. Seems like the are making a nod to being GF without actually trying very hard.
Great experience here! We were on a vacation with several family members and several of us have multiple food allergies. I had the ribeye and it was melt in your mouth good! My wife and both of our sons ordered the Redfish. There was a bit of an oops with their order as butter was accidentally put on them.(They all have dairy allergies as well as gluten) Our server Sam was on it! In less than 5 minutes they had correct order in front of them. Everyone raved about the food! I only wish we had Landry's where I live. I would make this a regular go to place.
Had a baked potato and wedge salad which were both very good and didn’t have any issues (celiac). However the hotel gave us a free appetizer coupon and the waitress instantly got an attitude when it was approached at the check time and the waitress, Kelly even threw our check at us. Extremely rude service and we would not return due to the service but food was ok for celiac.
Love this place! Great gluten free menu, and their policy is to have the manager check in with you once they learn you have a gluten allergy. The chef even came out to talk to us when our table had some menu customization questions. Their staff seems very well trained and I have never felt safer eating out. And their seafood is great too!
My wife had the Redfish with Melissa topping. It was modified to be gluten free. She had no ill effects so we trust that they took cleaning and no cross contamination seriously. The server took us seriously and discussed with the chefs. Recommended for celiacs.
I went with a large group of people from work who all wanted fried food for lunch. I was very happy to learn this restaurant had a gluten free menu and was knowledgeable about gluten. They knew what I could/couldn't eat and steered me in the right direction. I had an amazing seafood salad.
so disappointed. we eat at Landry's every time we are in Branson, it is usually wonderful. this time not so much. started having a reaction before I even left. there was a bug in my salad. my fish was was over done. my husband and son's fettuccini was dry and old. my dad's trout was raw. won't be back again
They have a gluten free menu with a fair number of items. The Caesar salad has no Parmesan cheese, so it is just lettuce and dressing. I had shrimp on top which was tasty. The loaded baked potato was good. The best part was the creme brûlée and the view of the boats. Right on the boardwalk next to water and rides.
Gf menu. The manager came to our table upon arriving to let me know he was aware of my allergy. However our sever was kind of careless. We waited 20 min before receiving a drink. My salad came out with croutons. For my meal I had grilled shrimp (only 7 shrimps) which came with white rice and broccoli. It was very plain and dry, no sauce. For $21 I expected better
This place didn't pop up on this app, but I've been to the one in New Orleans a few times and knew I would get a good meal even it was only going to be grilled fish with veg. When I asked the waitress, Sara, for GF suggestions she returned with a GF menu and a manager. We went over the regular menu and modified it a bit. The mgr. told the waitress exactly how to enter the order and what to tell the chef. I ended up with a broiled redfish with the Melissa topping, sauteed shrimp, scallops, mushrooms and lump crabmeat. This was hands down the best meal I've had since being diagnosed with Celiac. Giant kudos to the restaurant, the unbelievably accomodating manager and the chef for an over the top dining experience! BTW, the manager came by to check on my meal and informed me that the only dessert I could have was the creme brulee (as if I had any room for dessert!)
We were very disappointed to have only 3 GF seafood entree selections: grilled shrimp, lobster and king crab. We both had the shrimp which was overdone and came with plain steamed broccoli and white rice (substitution of a baked potato for rice = $3 up charge). Most entrees and vegetable selections depend on a roux-based(not GF) sauce for flavor.
No issues with the food safety, but not the best quality, especially for the price. The proteins (shrimp and scallops) were overcooked, the broccoli hard, and nearly impossible to cut, and the rice was plain, tasteless and clumpy. Service was friendly and prompt.
The food was very good. The waiter was somewhat knowledgable, but brought us sour cream for our potato. I asked if the sour cream was gluten free. He gladly asked the chef and it was not. Make certain to double check sides but there is a good selection and my child with celiacs did not have any issues.
The waitress was not great on gf knowledge but within a few minutes of being there the manager and chef both came to the table. They both assured us the proper precautions would be taken. The gf menu was pretty good. Overall our experience was good until the check came. Be sure to bring your wallet.
My wife is gluten intolerant and I made sure to let the waitress know. Less than 5 minutes later the manager came out and asked who was GF. She talked to my wife and ensured her that everything on the GF menu is in fact GF and she would make sure to let the cooks know. My wife ordered grilled salmon and broccoli, which came out good. Overall the restaurant was a 4/5 with great service, but a somewhat limited GF menu. My wife also is hit or miss with shellfish, so only a few options were available....fresh fish was great though.
Small gluten free menu, especially compared to the regular menu. Had the red snapper grilled and it was ok. Not very flavorful, rather bland an expensive. $3 up charge for trading plain, white rice for baked potato - which I found ridiculous considering the very limited options. Total cost for two people was $84 with tip. Not worth it.
They have a dedicated "gluten intolerant friendly" menu. It has several choices of fish, shellfish, steaks and chicken. Steamed vegetable of the day (today it was broccoli), fresh fruit of the day (today it was banana, strawberry and the biggest blackberries I have ever seen). Just this week (Last week of Sept. '13) they started serving Angry Orchard in bottles. Everything our party had (including items from their normal menu) was delicious. Our server was spread a little thin, so our drinks didn't stay as full as we would have liked. Otherwise, no complaints. Our waitress was knowledgeable about their GF offerings and took our concerns seriously. Their patio is the place to eat if the weather cooperates!
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