This place is not safe for celiacs at all. They completely got rid of their gluten free menus (they have 3 still active online) and none of the staff knows what gluten even is.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
This place is NOT celiac safe. Stay far away if you have celiac.
Update: I gave this place one more chance and ordered the most basic salad on the menu with specific instructions to prepare it separately. I still got glutened.
Ate here as a celebration with my husband, and we had no problems with the gluten free menu or ordering gluten free. Food was great, and I didn’t get sick. Waitress took great care of us and with our order
The food is delicious here and they have a gluten free menu, but unfortunately, it is not safe for individuals with celiac disease. I was very slightly glutened the two times I’ve eaten there (July 2017 and September 2018).
This place was just ok. After I told them I needed gluten free my food was served with bread in my plate. They had to remake the entire meal. I doubt I'll be back.
Really enjoyed my meal and felt very comfortable dining here! Had the short ribs which was served with rice instead of tortellini and was great!
I have celiac disease. Yummy roasted chicken salad with no problems. Such a fantastically yummy cream cheese mousse for dessert. But get without the candied walnuts... Think those are what got me.
I was in C-bus last night for the Rolling Stones concert. Nervous about eating at a restaurant I've never been to before, I asked to speak to the chef. The chef came to the table and went through the menu with me and answered my questions. After speaking with him I felt comfortable choosing a meal and it was insanely delicious!! (Salmon entree which I thought would be safe yet bland....had rice and lemon creamy sauce and other holy cow awesome flavors). I tried my fiancé's shrimp and grits which is also GF and it was off the charts stinking good! I'm a sensitive celiac who did not get sick, BTW. There is not a GF menu but if you're unsure about eating here, just ask to speak with the chef. ;)
Location: 229 S. Civic Drive, Columbus, OH.
The server was uber knowledgable about the gluten free menu and even suggested a few items. I chose the Double Bone Pork Chop! It's heaven on a plate! But IMHO the star of the plate is the marriage of the butternut squash, grilled Brussels sprouts, and Apple butter. Don't get me wrong, the pork is tender, juicy, and cooked to perfection. But, I must pay homage to those veggies (and fruit) It's like veggies with a side of double bone pork chop. If I wasn't in public, I'd lick the plate clean. Full disclosure: Their gluten free menu consists of entrees prepared without gluten containing ingredients. There are eight (8) featured entrees on the gluten free menu; just one less than the regular menu; and no shortage of starters, soups, salads, and sandwiches. I'll be back.
Only four stars since there's no dessert!
We went here for Columbus Restaurant Week. They were able to accomodate me so that I could order from the prix fixe menu that is for Restaurant Week. They do have a gluten free menu available and it is on their website as well. The waiter informed me that they make everything from scratch, so he was able to have the kitchen alter the dishes for my other food sensitivities. He was very helpful. Everyone in our party thought their food was great. The restuarant is on the waterfront downtown and has a great panoramic view of the water and the city. We will definitely go back. I do not have Celiac disease, so I don't want to vouch for contamination risk, but I am pretty sensitive and did not have any issues.