The staff will go to the back and bring out the chef to talk to you directly about your food. There are not many options, but the options that they do have are very tasty.
If you ask around someone knows about gluten free options even if your server doesn’t. They have gf buns in stock.
Not bad for an amusement park meal, great to have a decent option
Not a huge selection, but they were careful with my order of gluten free pancakes (no GF syrup however!)
Staff looked frightened when we asked about Gluten Free breakfast options. After a quick word with the chef he told us about their two gf options (one was pancakes) we took the safer eggs and bacon route. They brought out a plate with a croissant after a discussion on gf they brought out a corrected plate that actually looked better than the normal plate! Good breakfast!
Not many gf options but the staff was very knowledgeable, helpful and friendly. Chicken sandwich(the only gf option) was really good and most of the drinks were gf.
Had a really good grilled chicken sandwich but that was the only option. Fries are battered so you can only get a side salad. There are other options in the park with more selections but the atmosphere was really cool.
Limited to beet and apple salad, or chicken sandwich. The Three Broomsticks has more GF options.
Staff in the quick service line were not knowledgeable of gluten. Very limited options but the chicken sandwich, GF bun and French fries were good.
I have celiac, ate here and am fine! Had the chicken special sandwich and salad. Chef came out and talked with me. Food was excellent! $12 I think, which was good for park food. Am very sensitive and get seriously ill if anything is cross-contaminated, but I am fine and would recommend eating here. Plus it's really fun to say I've eaten here!!
I ordered the gluten free pancakes for my son and they were the sorriest looking pancakes I have ever seen. As thin as paper and so hard on the edges I couldn't even cut them with a knife. Seems like they might have been microwaved for way too long. We ended up exchanging them for eggs, but my five year old was so disappointed since he had been really excited to actually be able to order pancakes. For the prices they charge, I think they can do WAY better than this.
We went here for breakfast and I had the American breakfast. I told the woman taking our order that I needed my meal gluten free and she knew exactly what I meant and how to handle it. When we sat down and our food came out, the server specified my gluten "allergy". I noticed that the sausage was not in the plate which I hadn't thought twice about when ordering but it contained gluten so they made sure to leave it off my plate (and gave me extra bacon in place) so I was VERY happy that everyone involved knew exactly what gluten was and what I needed to avoid. I felt very safe eating here and didn't get sick at all!
The grilled chicken sandwich on a GF bun is so delicious. I swear they had to use magic to make it taste that good. Comes with a very small side salad but the sandwich was so good we didn't care one bit. I would have given a 5 but the limited options prevented me from doing that.
It's awesome that they have GF options at all, but my pancakes were overcooked and the bacon was limp and super greasy. I didn't get sick (and I'm celiac) but it definitely wasn't worth $16 - there are much cheaper GF options in and around the park!
Had breakfast. They only have one GF item for breakfast which is pancakes. They come will bacon. My son enjoyed them.
The chicken platter is completely GF. The server was also nice enough to go make sure that the Butterbeer was GF! This was a great experience for both my husband & I!
I did drink the Butterbeer. I've heard it was gluten free. I don't see why it wouldn't be. I was a little disappointed when server told me all I could have was a GF chicken sandwich and a side salad. Really? Not even the fries are safe? But I have to say, I enjoyed it. The bun was nicely warmed. I just wish they had more selections - bangers and mash looked yummy.
It was a great gluten free Chicken Sandwich! I hardly expected it to be so good. It comes with bacon on it too!
Had the specialty chicken sandwich on a gluten free bun, with a side salad. This is the only gf option for lunch/dinner. The French fries are no longer gluten free, they changed the recipe a few days ago and added flour to them which was a bummer. The sandwich was very good, the side salad was literally just greens and dressing though, not great. But definitely a good gf lunch in Diagon Alley.
Allergy binder covering the top eight allergens. I am gluten and dairy free and was able to get a plain chicken sandwich with a side salad. Chef came out and met with me. Fries are not safe and neither is butterbeer :( More info on my full blog post: http://www.eatingoutwithout.com/2015/01/the-leaky-cauldron-review.html
They have an allergy book for you to look at and see your options. The chef came out and helped me with my order. For breakfast they have gluten free pancakes but I had the American Breakfast. It comes with a croissant and sausage which are not gluten free so be sure to ask for those off. The breakfast was delicious and the staff was very friendly and accommodating. Had the Specialty Chicken Sandwich with a gluten free bun for lunch and it was delicious! The fries are also gluten free! Great and Magical place!
Delicious specialty chicken sandwich with bacon cheese tomato mayo on GF bun with wedges from a dedicated fryer. Absolutely delicious!! Butter beer is GF too, but I wouldn't have it again unless I was a fan of butterscotch flavored cream soda
the specialty chicken sandwich with gf bun was very good and the staff was very helpful (the lady taking the order cautioned to make sure when it was brought out that I had received the gf version) I would eat there again - 4 stars instead of 5 because the chicken sandwich is the only option.
Gluten-free bun for the chicken specialty sandwich, and they specifically asked if it was an allergy when I ordered. All staff I asked were very knowledgable.