I usually just go here for drinks, and was nervous when I decided to order food here the other day - I try to avoid eating at restaurants that aren’t entirely gluten-free or don’t have a dedicated gluten-free space (I’ve been cross-contaminated too many times). However, I told the waitress about my Celiac and dairy allergy, she asked the chef numerous questions for me, and when I decided on something “safe” (plain rice noodles), the chef offered to add some Celiac-safe/dairy free vegetables, chicken, and sauce, all prepared in clean/separate dishes. I took him up on his offer, and the meal was so tasty! The chef even came out after preparing my food to check in on me and to make sure I liked it, and I was so impressed! Huge thank you to my waitress and the chef I had that night - I only wish I had gotten their names!
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They have GF Brown rice noodles that are delicious. They boil the noodles in a fresh pot of water. No GF bread - so bun-less burgers or lettuce wrapped. They have steaks, fish, etc... fries are not GF. Server was well prepped to talk about prep techniques.
I've been to Maxfields several times. Although they don't have a specific gluten-free menu, the staff is aware of celiac disease and gluten and are able to steer you in the right direction.
They don’t have gluten free rolls or bread