Steak spices not GF, since also uses on chicken, had a very plain chicken breast with baked potato & broccoli. Spiced apples were mushy, and tasted from a can. Service very slow.
The spices for the steak are not gluten free.
Great food ;)
lots to choose from for the area. gluten detection service dog passed food. tasted pretty good
No GF menu or allergen listings, just have to ask what is gluten free. Both me and my sister have celiac and basically they told us we could have any grilled meat with baked or mashed potatoes, but no seasonings on anything. I had grilled shrimp and loaded baked potato. Very good food, just not a lot of choices. The manager did tell us though that they are working on getting a GF menu out.
The gluten free menu was kind of short on selections. Food was "ok".
Mediocre steak house, mediocre understanding of gluten. The manager and wait staff seemed to have a cursory understanding of gluten allergies, but no depth. We got a well-made gluten free meal, and didn't get sick so the experience was good. Don't expect upscale quality, gluten-free menu or gluten-free marked menu. Had a much better experience at the nearby Denny's.
I have a gluten and corn allergy and the waitstaff relayed the information to the manager. He came out to our table and was extremely helpful and kind...to the point where he made up a special spice for my steak when they read that their spices did have corn. They didn't make me feel as if my questions were annoying or a burden. Highly recommend!!
Montana Mike's is mainly a steakhouse with good food. They are aware of gluten issues, but not highly trained. Their saving grace is that there are relatively few items on the menu with gluten in them. They seem to have a dedicated fryer for fries (we thought our older son asked, and we misunderstood!), but our younger son and I had some without incident. There are a wide variety of steak and (grilled) shrimp dishes that worked for us. Quite a few of the vegetable sides and baked potato options were good, too. Our older son (with Celiac) had no problems at all with grilled shrimp and loaded baked potato. I would be very attentive if I were extremely sensitive, but due to the nature of the menu, they have a lot of choices for those who feel comfortable risking a small amount of cross contamination.
The only reason it's not Celiac friendly is because it's not a dedicated gf restaurant. They do have a decent gf menu, lots if salads, steaks, seafood, chicken, and burger options.
Visited the restaurant on the strip. Notified the host that I was allergic to gluten, they sent the manager to my table who had zero knowledge of what gluten was and dumped an enormous (and dirty) file full of nutritional and allergy info. Most of the things on the current menu is not gluten free. I had to settle with a grilled chicken salad with no repercussions this far. I wasn't impressed with the food or selection.
Friendly chain steakhouse, that has a "list" of gluten free items that are on their menu, but not a gluten free menu. My husband had their rib plate with a baked potato and green beans. The green beans came out with bacon. They were listed as a gluten free item but my husband was concerned about whether the bacon was actually gluten free, so did not eat them. The food was "ok" to good....large servings. We would eat here again. Hostess and waitress were both friendly and helpful with the diet restrictions regarding gluten.