While a regular allergen menu was not available, they do have an in-store list of items that can be made gluten-free. I ordered the mussels marinará to start and prime rib with onions, mushrooms, and mozzarella (there was a name for it), with the house salad and baked sweet potato. The sweet potato left something to be desired, but who goes to a steak joint for the potatoes? The prime rib was amazing- perfectly cooked and absolutely delicious, even without the steak seasoning. The mussels were fantastic. And the best part was when my salad came out without cheese. Our waitress was worried about the “powder” on the cheese having gluten in it. My heart melted. Oh! I almost forgot! Hard cider on tap! Angry Orchard never tasted so good. I did end up with an upset stomach... from over eating. I’m extremely sensitive to gluten; cross contamination will make me sick for a week and make my other autoimmune diseases flare. Absolutely no symptoms. None. I will definitely be going back.
I appreciate that several people have rated this place celiac friendly but I beware: the chef confirmed that there is no dedicated prep space or grill for GF food. Their GF menu is simply a kitchen list with cook instructions of what to leave off the meal. The hostess had to send someone into the kitchen to get it. May be fine for people with sensitivities, but anyone with celiac should avoid Lucky’s.
Ill start off by saying I’m highly sensitive and can not eat at many places. Great variety on the menu and the service is great. I haven’t gotten sick the multiple times I have eaten here. The server Jessica even went the extra mile and talked with the kitchen about what butter and vegetable oil they use. *picture below.
Wait staff is clueless and rude. Very little is gluten free on the menu and what is, is subpar and overpriced at best. Be wary to try anything, I was very sick after eating a caprese salad. You’d be better off at the Culver’s down the road.
I ate there before with my family for Easter in 2016. Even though the staff knew about GF and I talked to the manager, the waiter came with my salad with croutons...I almost took a bite before I noticed it. You have to keep focused on your food and not trust that they know what they are doing. I hate to think what happened back where the food was prepared. I tried to call ahead again for Mother's Day and asked if they had a GF menu, and they said no. I asked if they were able to prepare food GF and they said no. They have no idea what they are doing; no consistency!
The general staff have no idea what is in their dishes. When I asked the waitress what was gluten free she openly stated that she didn't know. I then asked to speak with the chef/cook but the waitress suddenly knew that because it wasn't breaded or didn't explicitly state that it contained gluten then it obviously didn't contain any. She waved off how seriously I would get sick and actually refused to let me speak to the chef. Thankfully, we talked to the manager who understood that even cross contamination would make me sick. She personally made my salad and opened everything new so that there was no chance of cc. That being said, the menu is sparse for gf and I ended up getting a salad. If the manager hadn't stepped in, I guarantee I would've gotten sick from my meal.
Server had no idea what we were talking about, manager didn't either. Menu is extremely limited, and they weren't sure about their ingredients for meals due to a great portion of it being pre-made and pre-cooked.
Ate here with a group. The menu has options that can be prepared GF and the waitress was helpful. I ended up ordering a chicken salad, no croutons or dressing. They cooked my chicken separate without seasonings. I used olive oil as dressing because I didn't want to risk the dressing as our waitress didn't seem very knowledgeable. I felt fine after.
I usually get a piece of salmon and a sweet potato. They give you a ton of food no matter what you order. Tell them you can't have gluten and they will prepare it in a gluten free area. I'm assuming the other locations will as well. Barbecue sauce and fries are not gluten free.