Bad food, even worse service. Manager is very rude.
Not Celiac safe. Cross contamination is a big issue. Same cooking surfaces and cookware used with gluten foods.
We ate here on several times and did well but on the last visit my celiac daughter was violently ill before we could even get out of the restaurant. That only happens when she gets a good dose of gluten. GF menu is not all really GF as the fryer is not dedicated. Might be a good place for someone who is intolerant but not safe for celiac. No knowledge about cross-contamination - I think we just got lucky the first few times.
DO NOT EAT HERE!! They tell you the fries and chicken fingers are gluten free but yet they fry them in the same fryer as the onion rings, cheese sticks, ect which are not GF! My daughter got glutened after eating the hot dog on a GF bun from this restaurant. Also the cooks and staff have NO knowledge of how to handle GF foods. Very unsafe! They lost me as a customer and I will be warning everyone I can.
Chicken fingers, hot dog buns and hamburger buns are GF. Friendly service. The only Leo's I've been to with GF options.
There is no dedicated fryer!! The waitress stated that the high temperature of the fryer "burns off" the gluten. I, myself am a super sensitive celiac. I am especially sensitive to deep fried gluten 😢 That being said, I did have a gluten free waffle with bacon and did not get sick! But, the waffle was plain and the waitress did not offer me any options for toppings. I won't return here.
They make their own gluten free pita and have gf chicken strips! A friend and I shared a chicken finger pita and chicken quesadilla, both very delicious!! They will even sell you a pack of the pita bread.
Saw a sign say they had GF. Stopped in they do not have a menu or buns yet but they are in the works, they went over the menu and said what was GF and what wasn't and said they had GF kitchen space.