Have GF menu with a sampling of what is found on the larger menu. Was good for someone gluten-intollerant. Staff was OK. Overall the Moab Brewery was a let down and felt it could be more. Was more or less a family restaurant with an on-site brewery with rafts and the like hanging from the ceiling promoting local businesses.
Staff was great! They have a gluten friendly menu.
Decent amount of GF options but was sick almost immediately. Wouldn't recommend for celiacs.
Food was good. They have many gluten free options. I have celiacs and had no problems.
Manager explained that they can't "guarantee" celiac-friendly (legally) but took many steps to put our minds at ease. He personally visited the table and consulted with the server and the kitchen. Ordering kids menu items is always hard in this 'roadhouse-style' but they accommodated with a lettuce wrapped kids burger and knew that the fries were battered and off limits. They have a 'gluten-friendly' menu for adults.
Ordered house salad off "gf friendly menu" and it came with croutons, staff was not very well trained to understand it all. Big disappointment and selection on menu
I was annoyed with the label "gluten friendly menu" but overall I had a good experience. I had a salad with tilapia, and it was great!
The staff was attentive, courteous and friendly. Although I came in as the kitchen was closing, they were happy to serve me. From the separate "gluten friendly" menu I enjoyed a cup of the vegetarian chili (hearty) and the chicken almond salad (greens, toasted almonds, moist & chilled grilled chicken breast, tomatoes, celery, ginger vinaigrette). Would definitely go back. Don't know if the restaurant is celiac friendly, as I am GF by choice due to a mild sensitivity.
I ate a late lunch here on a Monday in April 2014. Their menu is acutally labeled "Gluten Friendly". Since I have Celiac disease, I don't really want to be friendly to gluten, but ok. We sat in the bar area. It was not very busy. Our waiter was a very curt, harried young man. He noticed me reading the gluten friendly menu (what a ridiculous name) and asked me if I "really" needed gluten free, or just liked it. I said I really really need it due to Celiac. He told me to ignore all of the burgers on the gluten friendly menu, as they add bread as a binder to all of their burgers. I asked why they were listed there then, he just shrugged and rolled his eyes. I then ordered a salad with grilled chicken which he assured me was "really" gluten free. When it came out -- and he ran the food himself -- it had a huge slab of corn bread nestled into it. I asked if that was gluten free and he got completely exasperated. I sent it back and refused to order anything else as they clearly had no interest in even trying to accomodate my requirements. I spoke to the hostess on the way out, who told me their lawyers advised them to name the menu Gluten Friendly. In retrospect, it certainly is. But not in any way Celiac Friendly. Or really even just Human Friendly. Stay far far away if you "really" need gluten free, or if you would like to be treated like a person.
Our first meal in Moab, I had high expectations, despite my many food allergies and gluten intolerance. (Corn, soy, wheat, etc.) However, after being greeted and seated, my expectations fell. The menu was not promising. When I asked our waitress questions about ingredients, she seemed confused and not at all knowledgeable. When she went to look at ingredients, she only checked for one of my allergies. I ended up ordering a chicken and veggie dish. When it arrived, I could tell that it was drenched in butter or oil or some other contraband. It did taste delicious, but I was worried about what else might have been hidden. Avoid if you have allergies or gluten problems!
I agree.... Not the best food even if you aren't gfree. Service is good. We probably won't be back though...
The GF menu is actually a "Gluten Friendly" menu, which should've been my first concern. My daughter had Tri tip, baked potato and green salad with gf dressing (cilantro garlic and lime) and was throwing up by the time we got home. To their credit, they do say that they can't guarantee that orders won't come in contact with gluten. I had hoped that by explaining that my kids have celiac and to please be careful, that an effort would've at least been made.
Decent food, nothing special. I had the turkey patty, coleslaw and didn't get sick.
They have an extensive GF menu but their idea of a GF burger is to leave out the bun. That doesn't fly today with all the GF bun options out there. I really wanted a burger so came here first, discovered that there were no GF buns, so I ended up going to Eddie McStiff's which has great GF buns! I never ate here so I can't attest to the taste and quality of their items. I had to give a rating to post this so I put one star for the lack of GF buns.
They have a dedicated gluten free menu. The waitstaff was also knowledgable and helpful. Although it is a microbrewery, they also have homemade root beer and seasonal sodas available for the non-beer folks. :). It gets crowded so go early!