Many things on the menu are GF. I've eaten here regularly with never a problem. But how I lust for those rolls I can't have!
I order 6 oz sirloin steak, baked potato with sour cream and butter, grilled mushroom skewer. I always inform the server I can’t have gluten so she doesn’t bring the bread for me. I have eaten there at least 5 times and haven’t been sick. They do have a gluten free menu on their website.
Loved it. Server was knowledgeable about Celiac Disease / gluten-free diet. Knew where to find their gluten-free menu. He made sure everything was cooked & safely served. A great place to eat with family and friends (you don't feel like your missing out because of your special needed diet)!
From Kansas City but visiting family here, girl friend really wanted Logan's, manager came out and we discussed everything, had to look up the gluten free menu online but they said they'd clean grill and have due diligence in preparing. I was iffy reading the reviews but apparently they've gotten new management since. I'd definitely recommend this Logan's.
Upon arriving, we asked to speak to the manager. He was very knowledgeable about food allergies. Our server had been told of our concerns. A gluten free menu was provided. The food was served as ordered. There were no issues and no cross contamination. We will be returning.
This place went downhill fast. Have not been in some time. Used to good place to eat. Not sure about other locations but sherman does not seem safe and I seemed to always be sick after going there. I'm overly sensitive though so maybe it's just me. Service is awful rather you are trying to eat gf or not
Put croutons on salad. Actually, they HID them UNDER the salad, which, they said was not how they do salads. (Did they deliberately hide them because they thought I was just being a pain? Who knows?) Then they made a big stink about it when I complained. "I don't know how you expect us to make it right", was what the person I dealt with said.
Wow! So glad I found Logan's. We're traveling and our options for gluten and dairy free dining were pretty limited in this area but Logans was awesome! I had the ribs with a salad and sweet potato. Everything was yummy. I could even have the peanuts that were on the tables. They have a dedicated GF menu and our server was knowledgeable and cautious. Almost overly cautious about my food, which is always good. Good job Logans!
They do not have a GF Menu, the server did not know what she was talking about, the food was not great, and the place was filthy, it was not a great experience, and my Celiac son was not well soon after we ate there. This place should NOT be included in the FMFG site.
Small Gluten free menu, but included steaks, ribs, chicken and salads. Kitchen staff did a decent job checking on items with questions. Btw.. avoid the Applebee's next door. Asked for a gluten free menus.. waitress responded by asking a "Google what" after explaining and checking with the manger we were told they were not good in the kitchen with that
NOT SAFE TO EAT HERE!!!!! NOT A CLUE!!Went here as we thought it was a cool local place to eat and they did have a gf menu. Waiter whom took our order gave a blank stare, eventually admitting to having "no clue" what Celiac Disease was and went to get his manager. The manager came to our table alone and assured me that my meal would be handled with the utmost care and without contamination. Over 1.5 hours later, the manager came back over to admit my meal had NOT been prepared in a safe manner and that it was now being remade. Our dinner arrived over 2 hours later (nobody came back to our table this whole time!) and was horrible and my chicken was under cooked. (they cooked it in foil) I did not eat a bite of it due to extreme anxiety that this experience caused, sadly. Wish we'd gone elsewhere as it was an expensive meal to throw out. Hubby's burger was ok but also undercooked. TVs were blaring loud with a basketball game. We aren't "old" and love our loud music but this place was overwhelmingly and annoyingly loud!!!
We recently visited this area and were pleased to find that they did have a gluten free menu. The menu is fairly limited, but the waitress did seem knowledgeable about cross-contamination issues. My daughter has Celiac D. and was able eat without complaint. Service was not great initially, but got much better after a shift change.
Not cool. The website has a decent sounding GF menu, but all I got when I showed up was their allergen matrix. The only entree that didn't have a "Contains Allergen" checkmark in the gluten column was a 6oz sirloin. Fine by me, but it did have the "May contain allergen" symbol... Waiter said he'll make sure the kitchen cooks it on foil, without the seasoning. So, I basically got a lightly baked steak, with a lightly baked veggie skewer (which they had to remake because they forgot about the gluten issue the first time), and a dry sweet potato because their baked potatoes are dredged in contaminated butter before baking. At least the waiter was doing his part to be very conscientious. If you're looking for strong drinks and salty peanuts, though, it's a fine place. Otherwise, give it a pass.
Co-workers wanted to go so I chanced it even after reading the reviews. Repeatedly had to ask for a GF menu and informed the server that I also have a milk allergy. Ordered sirloin, steamed broccoli and asparagus. I was sick to my stomach immediately afterwards and had a migraine the next day.
I was pleased with my experience here. The waitress saw my GF menu & asked before putting the bread on the table, which happens rarely. The options are somewhat limited, but not more than is typical. The GF menu is specific, although it doesn't list price or give descriptions. My steak was a little dry but overall it was what I'd expect from this type of restaurant. I'd go back if I were in Salina again.
They have a GF menu & I ordered the grilled pork chop from it with a plain baked sweet potato & side salad (no croutons). Tasty meal & I felt fine after eating it. Server was attentive to GF. Only snafu was an apple based condiment for pork chop (served in a separate bowl). I didn't think it was GF, asked, waiter checked, & it wasn't GF. He promptly removed it.
They have a gf menu. A little limited, but it was good. No issues after.
The food was good, you have to talk to the manager about a gluten free menu and they will print you out a menu. The manager will also ask if you have an allergy or if it's just a low gluten diet. In my case I have Celiacs so they cooked my food separate from everything else.
We have been here before without a problem, but this last time was a deal breaker! They have a gluten free menu, but it clearly states that although they try to be careful, no guarantees. The waitress we had was very nice and showed real concern, but the food delivery person brought out the wrong butter. It was in a separate dish, so no issue. However when ordering, I asked for the ranch because it was on the list of gf dressings, but lamented about wanting the Roadhouse ranch which was not on the list. The waitress told me it should be on the list, because the only difference was it added fresh cilantro and lime. I said ok, I'll take that. It came out and was really spicy (should have stopped right there). I'm sure there was something else in it. About half hour later I was sick. Not to mention the tough steak on the salad. Won't be going back. Bummer.
Went with my husband and they have a one sheet of paper gluten free menu which just list the items you can eat and everything says (plain) next to it. Baked potato (plain), asparagus (plain). How stupid is that?! Apparently they don't even use butter, only Margarine and they can't be sure. We asked the manager and he joked around and made light of it all. We left. No way I'm going to eat there... EVER!
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