— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
When I got there the one server said her sister had celiacs and she recommended me a few dishes. Very helpful and accommodating and so was our main server. You could tell she knew all about gf. When my food came out (had a seafood sweet and spicy bowl) there was a sauce covering most of the dish. I ate a piece of shrimp and after I did I saw I exposed a noodle. The cook brought the meal and I said is this a noodle and he said yes. I said I have celiac and this is supposed to be gf. The menu didn't even say that it included pasta, just rice. The manager came over and apologized, he said the server did everything right, the cook was being careless. My meal was not charged and they gave us a $50 gift card. That was nice to do, but unfortunately didn't excuse someone being "careless" at the cost of someone's health. Sometimes people don't understand that one little bite can do a lot of damage.
Great food! Nice atmosphere.
My review won't make a difference, there are so many praises. My friend and I shared the grilled avocado with roasted corn, indescribable. Can't be beat, I thought. OMG. The sweet potato encrusted grouper over salad with key lime garlic dressing was to die for. To top it off, all was gluten free for this celiac sufferer and they have French rose wine, my favorite. This was an incredible meal.
If you have Celiac, ask to speak with the chef (Mike). You will be in excellent hands.
Amazing Caribbean style food! Only items actually marked as GF on the menu are 2 desserts but the moment I told waiter I was GF he steered me towards the sweet potato crusted fish, and said they would skip the flour and assured me they are careful to keep prep/ingredients separated and cooked separately. Great fresh fish selection - I got the grouper cheeks - and it came served on a hearty salad with mango chunks and green beans. Moderately priced too at just $15.