Great food! I ordered the salmon with potatoes and a side salad. It was delicious. The GF menu was more of a point out, but had a lot of options. The fries are NOT GF and the grilled fish must be specified to be GF or else it will get a dusting of flour before grilling...so definitely be aware. But I will definitely go back!
Mo's now has a GF menu. Unfortunately, it's not much if a menu. Their GF burgers are a piece if meat with lettuce and tomato garnish. You get steamed veggies (frozen) with your blackened fish and dinner salad when ordering a fish plate. No dedicated fryer, so no fries. I guess they're trying, but haven't yet figured it out.
The separate 'gluten free menu' was a joke. It was like saying that water was gluten free. The only things on it were salads and the grilled fish entrees, nothing special and the 'burgers' don't even have a gluten free bun! They are 'bunless'. A big disappointment. Slow service and it's LOUD. You can't hear yourself think.
So very sad to discover that Mo's no longer serves stuffed avacado. The burger is supposed to come with fries but they don't have a designated fryer so we have the privilege of paying full price for a burger patty with no bun or fries. at least offer a discount to those of us who can't eat what is supposed to come with it!
No gf clam chowder oft fish and chips, but the bay shrimp Louie is good. Lots of fresh shrimp. Waitress knowledgable about gf and told me which dressings I could have. Not the house dressing! Service was great!
I wish I read the reviews before wasting my time. Another night of watching my family eat and then heading out starving looking for my emergency peanut butter. While our waitress was GF knowledgeable she was no where to be found. After waiting 20 min for the drinks we ordered and listening to the staff all stop what they were doing to go sing we were about to walk out. Waitress showed up with drinks. Very limited options. Chowder is not GF and have no bread options for other things. I ordered the Shrimp skewers which came out with steamed veggies--including unsuspectingly mushrooms which I'm deathly allergic too. The waitress was kind enough to get me another side of something- only other option was the cup of chili. The cabbage salad that also came with was not as expected. Major disappointment. Ps how hard is it to make chowder GF?!? My grandma's was amazing and always GF.
Bouillabaisse or a shrimp salad filled avocado are pretty much your only choices. No gluten free bread options at all despite my filling out the comment card every time I come here because my family loves the place. I'm sick of having only these choices although the avocado/shrimp is pretty good Sometimes I crave a sandwich or burger and they are so busy I can't figure out why they can't accommodate more GF options.
Only moderate knowledge of gluten free here. Ordered the shrimp skewers to be made gluten free and asked for a rice side. Was not served the side of bread that normally came with it but the rice was rice pilaf with orzo mixed in. When I clarified that with the server, she did bring steamed veggies instead. Underwhelmed.
The menu is not very big. I had the shrimp skewer dinner. The shrimp was good. The salad that came with it was just cabbage with a ton of dressing. The steamed vegetable were undercooked and very gross. Not impressed at all.
Visited Lincoln City with my family and my father insisted we dine here. I was happy to find they had a gluten free menu. I ordered the Bouillabaisse which was quite tasty. My only complaint was that the server seemed to be completely clueless about gluten free needs. He kept asking me if I wanted the garlic bread that normally comes with it! I had to keep reminding him that I was ordering from the gluten free menu and to please make the kitchen aware. I doubt he did, but I didn't have any issues.
Already recommended this one but see they have locations in Newport and in Otter Rock Oregon. Here is the link to the "No-Mo Gluten" free menu http://www.moschowder.com/menus/No-Mo%20Gluten%20Menu%20printable%202013_1.pdf