Server was knowledgable of the products and preparation of food. There is a gluten free menu. Food tasted wonderful and it was reasonably priced for the portion size.
Good allergy menu in that things are labeled. That said, if you are avoiding more that just gluten it’s a fairly limited selection. I ordered salmon for my daughter as they said they had some not marinated. The waitress came back and said that the smaller 4oz salmon that she ordered was marinated but the larger 6oz salmon was wasn’t so they could make the larger salmon. Of course they charged for the 6oz which I thought was pretty tacky since that wasn’t what she ordered but she didn’t get sick.
They have a separate gluten allergy menu.
We ordered takeout for my celiac daughter while on vacation. She got the kids meal with steak, seasoned rice and pineapple juice. She loved it and no reaction! Even though they specify that these items are gluten free, I still made a note on her specific meal when I ordered. Thank you Longhorns!
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Server has a sibling with Celiac. I ordered the 7 pepper salad and specified no croutons and mix in a separate bowl (as per Longhorn website instructions). Salad came out covered in croutons. Server stated she rang it in correctly. No confidence at all in the kitchen staff. Manager was not even apologetic.
— Separate gluten-free menu
I no longer will visit here after this mistake.
Kitchen staff is not trained at all.
Has a gluten free menu
— Separate gluten-free menu
Went to this Longhorn with a friend the other day. They have a gluten free menu with intricate allergy detail on the pages after the menu. I asked to speak to the manager and informed him of my condition and asked that he make sure the chefs change gloves, use new utensils, etc... after I explained my condition the manager assured me my food would be safe, as he was going to cook it himself to ensure my safety. I had a grilled chicken sandwich (without the bun of course) broccoli (no butter sauce because it has bread crumbs) and a sweet potato. It is now the next day and I feel perfectly fine. I also used to work at this longhorn and we always did our best to ensure the happiness and safety of our guests.
Our waitress was very knowledgeable and friendly about my gluten allergy (super sensitive), we didn’t experience a single problem throughout our entire meal. She left croutons off the salad without being asked and preemptively said she’d put a “gluten allergy” note on our meal, which was evidenced in the bill. We don’t eat out often, so this was a lovely Valentine’s dinner for us on 2/16. Only 4/5 stars because the appetizer was super greasy and almost inedible.
I usually have good luck at any Longhorn that I go to and I did this time as well. It does frustrate me that they do not have gluten-free markings on the menu or on a separate gluten-free menu. If you’ve ever been given their book of allergy information to look up all those things yourself you’ll be annoyed too.
Staff was very knowledgeable about gluten-free options, but not indicated on menu. All steaks & corresponding seasonings are gluten-free. Lots of gluten-free side dish items including salads, broccoli, baked & sweet potatoes. Have gluten-free Lea & Perrin Worcestershire Sauce. Unsure about cross-contamination, but for non-celiac, good option!
They will give you a gluten free menu here if you request it. One of the few restaurants that have a list of ingredients in food. If you have any questions, the manager will answer them. Always a pleasure to eat here! They always give us extras!
They had amazing French fries there and the food was delicious! The staff was very good about my allergies. They don’t have any gluten free buns though, which is the only downside.
They had an allergy menu with a specific page that listed gluten free options and how to order them. I got the Parmesan crusted chicken without the breadcrumbs with mashed potatoes and broccoli as sides. My waiter was very respectful of my allergy and let me know my food was prepared separately.
Staff listened as I told them I was allergic to gluten, meal still came out wrong. After another plate came that was supposed to be correct I ate it and still ended up very ill afterwards. Do not recommend if you get sick from gluten!!
My server Hannah was very knowledgeable about celiac disease. Their gluten sensitive menu has some discrepancies on it and some recommendations that seem risky. But, my server spoke with the manager to make sure my order would be safe. She recommended that I leave off the dry seasoning because they could not guarantee what was in it. My meal was great and I feel fine so far.
I ordered a ribeye, sweet potato and steamed broccoli. My plate came out with a piece of cheddar cheese and a piece of white rice on the plate. I used my Nima to test the food, and it indicated gluten free. I ate all but where the cheese and rice were touching the steak. I talked to the manager about finding those items on my plate after I had discussed food allergies and gluten issues with the waitress. I told him he needs to work on more training with the staff, as someone with food issues should never find those random things on their plate. However, I did not have any issues after eating.
Be careful eating here! Went after the dinner rush on a Tuesday evening, not too busy. Advised server of gluten allergy/sensitivity and she said no problem and got me the gf/allergy menu. Ordered the sirloin and grilled shrimp, plain sweet potato and a cup of the shrimp and lobster chowder, all are listed as gluten free. She even wrote gluten allergy on the order pad. Everything tasted great, steak cooked perfectly but on my drive back to the hotel only 12 minutes away I started to feel sick to my stomach and itchy welts appearing.
I’ve eaten here several times. The food is great and the waiters caring. I’ve never gotten sick. I get the New York strip, baked potato with butter, sour cream, and the side salad no croutons or cheese. It’s great! I order steak medium because their medium rare is more rare than usual. I have celiac, no reaction
I get sick every time I eat here. I ordered the parmesan chicken with no breadcrumbs and told them it was a gluten allergy and I was still sick after. It was absolutely delicious but the same thing has happened twice
Very disappointed as the reviews were high. The hostess was very clueless gave me big book of nutritional info never told me last page was menu. Cause I must be the only person that’s come in with gluten allergy. Waitress was very rude kept argue about what I could have but was different than what was on gluten menu. Never told me their was an up charge to a salad that was on the gluten menu that had my choices I was to choose from. My husbands steak was burnt like really really burnt. And their was no sorry no discount nothing. And when I asked about up price I got a lesson on how expensive strawberries and pecans are. Will not be back ever felt like my allergy was an inconvenience been a long time since I’ve had this bad of service and treated this bad. And honestly steak was terrible and baked potato was cold
It took the staff ~15 minutes to find their allergen menu. Then the waitress didn’t seem like she cared about being careful with the order at all. We had to confirm that she heard and understood there was a wheat “allergy” (easier than explaining celiac). I got a steak, the mushrooms and onions, and broccoli. Steak was fine, the mushrooms were delicious. Broccoli was mushy, bland and over cooked. I was sick the next few days after eating out here, so I suspect it was cross contaminated in the kitchen.
They have an extensive allergen menu. But my waitress did not even attempt to accommodate me. Home girl legitimately rolled her eyes at me when I was trying to ask her questions about menu items to make sure they were safe for me. Not to mention I waited 20 minutes and couldn’t even get my salad brought out to me so I could eat something while my boyfriend was eating bread and soup. Won’t be back.
Staff brought me gf menu options first time I went after celiac diagnosis. Now I go often and have a delicious steak, broccoli and baked potato. It is always cooked perfect and I have never been sick from eating there.
They had a large gluten free menu and the waitress was extremely helpful and knowledgeable about gluten free offerings and preparation. I had chicken wings for an appetizer and for dinner I had the Renegade sirloin, house salad with no croutons and mashed potatoes all with no reaction. (I have Celiac disease) I will definitely be back!
Just diagnosed with Celiac disease and the waitress and cook we're SO helpful and cautious. The cook even caught that the seasoning for the steaks had gluten in it and did a different one for me!
They are more “gluten sensitive” than “GF”. I find their menu very hard to read. I always have to ask staff to give me both the allergen and regular menus in order to get full information. Some seasonings have gluten. Staff seem familiar but not well informed about GF. As a celiac, I just get a salad with grilled chicken.
There is NO gluten free menu. When you ask, they hand you an intricate spreadsheet that lists every item on their menu cross referenced with every allergy. Gee, thanks for making an already stressful event I’d trying to safely tat out even worse. Staff did no seem very concerned or knowledgeable about allergens. Tons of gluten flying through this place between bread, croutons, fried food, breaded foods. Only thing I felt safe eating was the broccoli. Overall miserable experience
The waiter didn’t really have a clue, but at least DID know where the gf menu was, and wrote down that I had an “allergy” to gluten so that they would prepare my food accordingly- had great food, the gf menu was legit, and I didn’t get sick
We ate 3 nights while visiting Ft Collins. Nice GF menu. We were waited on by Kaylee, Austin and Robert J. All 3 were very aware of my GF needs. Fast service and food cooked perfectly. Manager was great and everything went smoothly. Great food and great service and food priced very reasonably.