Things weren’t marked GF on the menu but the waiter told me I could have the fish tacos and they are very careful with cross contamination (I didn’t ask about the rest of the menu). We also ordered fries that they confirmed were GF because they don’t put any gluten in the fryer. The waiter confirmed gloves were changed when he brought out the food. I’m celiac and felt fine after eating here. Will definitely return!
— Not Much
Nice atmosphere, servers are knowledgeable able gluten free. They brought ne a salad with pita bread and immediately recognized the mistake and got a new one. Green beans w/ no soy sauce. salads. Fish tacos had a good size chunk of fish, some sandwiches protein style. No pizzas, no dedicated fryer. Dessert- berries & whipped cream or ice cream.
On my most recent visit I was told there was no allergy menu but my waiter told me a few dishes that "should be safe." After a lot of back and forth about what salad dressings would be GF, I ordered the most basic salad with fish and dressing on the side, which I was assured was GF. I was then given a salad with dressing already on it which wasn't reassuring.
My waiter was very confused the entire time about what I was ordering. In the end against my better judgement, I ate one lobster deviled egg, salad, dressing and fish which was all assured GF. The manager came out to say that I "didn't need to be afraid".
I was horrifically sick 20 mins later and for over 24hrs with gluten exposure symptoms. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone Celiac or NCGS.
Super friendly wait staff! Sort of knowledgeable about gluten free options - the vegetable plate and brussle sprouts were offered. I asked about the lobster deviled eggs, and those were brought out with the promise of the kitchen that it was GF. She also noted that many other GF people order the fish tacos. Which looked safe and were on a white corn tortilla.
The house vodka, PAU Maui Vodka is gluten free - I looked it up. And they have several specialty drinks with it. So as usual I drank alcohol for dinner while my family ate. Not celiac friendly only due to the staff not really knowing answers to things.
So, I did my due diligence and asked about my GF options. The server didn’t know exactly but said he’d mark the ticket as GF so the chefs would make sure it was GF. I ordered a paradise cider, kale salad with orange vinaigrette, the rib eye steak (medium well), and Brussels sprouts. The steak came out pretty rare so I had to send it back. I ordered the chicken wings instead. My belly started bubbling while at the restaurant and asked once more about the sauces. I was reassured it was GF. The manager also assured me. Unfortunately I have had a bad reaction, my classic gluten belly (diarrhea, bloating, gas). I haven’t had this in months maybe years. It’s a shame they couldn’t get it together in the GF dept cuz yes very tasty and fun vibe. But in my opinion not worth the belly ache and other subsequent side effects.
There weren't a lot of gluten free options, but the server was helpful and gave me a few choices for dinner. I got the roasted veggie plate, which I enjoyed, but there were also gluten free options that included meat/fish. My friends also enjoyed their meals. Lively restaurant.