— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Used to be SO gf friendly as it is a CIDER MILL. Now? New chef. Asked about gluten free items on the new menu. Server didn’t have any clue. I asked her to ask the kitchen. Was told one item was gf. We drank our cider, left, and went and had dinner somewhere else. We used to be regulars but no longer are. Super disappointing.
Not a dedicated fryer. Cherry cider is worth the visit. Server was knowledgeable and told me that the fried items on the menu are not in fact gluten free.
Our waitress and the cooks were amazing when it came to being sure my food was safe. So friendly and helpful. It was an amazing experiences
The mushroom tostadas were delicious and 100% gluten free. I had no issues whatsoever.
Outstanding!!!! Ciders, fries and wings were fantastic. Thank you for such great service and food! Will definitely be back.
The food and overall service was good with clearly labeled GF options but sadly our experience was different than others who visited related to celiac safety. The fryer here is shared so anything fried poses a risk of cross contamination (fyi no fried Brussels sprouts on current menu). Our waitress knew this and so this eliminated many of the GF items on the menu. She told us the corn chips served with the hummus weren’t fried though. As our celiac family member begins to eat them, she comments that they are warm. We all look closer & they look fried. The manager happens by then and we ask her, she says the chips are fried and not safe for celiacs. She looks at the other GF items on the table and stares the pork carnitas tacos are ok. Bummed this happened but worth mentioning for celiacs.
Absolutely love this place! Very knowledgeable and careful as to not cross contaminate.
The brussel sprouts (especially the sauce) were phenomenal. Ciders gf of course.
Knowledgeable staff and chef on avoiding cross contamination for folks with celiac, friendly service, and delicious food. Ordered the fried brussel sprouts and and carnitas tacos. Great to see conscious and kind restaurants in Billings that are supportive and cautious for celiac patrons.
They are very aware of gluten content and willing to adjust as needed. Fun facility and friendly staff in addition to great food.