A gluten free menu was available and I specified a gluten free bun with my meal. I began to feel badly after I ate. I believe it was a cross contamination issue. From a prior experience, the staff is not knowledgeable about these types of accommodation. I had to send fries back because they were not cooked in a dedicated fryer. When I questioned the server, she informed me the potatoes are gluten free.
— Not very
— Separate gluten-free menu
They have a GF menu that includes a large variety of options. I have always had good experiences dining here and the staff are always happy to mark my order as an “allergy” so the cooks take extra precautions to avoid CC.
I got glutened here and I should have known better than to order anything at all when I saw wings and a salad with French fries on the gluten free menu and they do not have a dedicated fryer. But we were with multiple friends and it was either chance it or not eat. I should have chosen the latter but I got the cobb salad without any obvious sources of gluten. And now I’m sick. This place is definitely not celiac safe.
Love this place. Every time I ask for a sandwich with gf bread, staff asks me if it’s an allergy or preference to ensure no cross contamination. Fries aren’t gf but most everything can be made gf! Also a gf menu
Ordered sandwhich on gluten free bun but staff was not very knowledgable about. Brought our fried chicken on gf bun and had to send it back. Didnt get sick but was risky
The Ruben sandwich I had was on a gluten free roll. I got the potato salad with it. The food was excellent. They have a large selection of sandwiches and appetizers on their menu. I will definitely go back.