My 11 year old daughter loves to get a salad and baked potato here. She is over the moon for the chocolate thunder from down under. You can barely get her to share a bite. It's so nice to have a Celiac safe place to go out to eat as a family.
They provide a celiac menu (available online if you want to look ahead). We asked for BBQ sauce and bacon bits after the fact. I was worried these might get us sick, but either the waiter remembered or they were GF already. Either way, this was a good dining experience for us.
staff knowdgeable, nice place, price quite in line with expectations. maybe the service is a bit slow...
Asked several times about gluten free before and after our order was received.The waitress brought out my son's burger on a beautiful bun.I asked again if it was gluten free and she said yes .Two bites later I checked again and asked her to ask the chef.Oops too late for my son.Watch out here employees don't know what they are doing .
Great service and handled my food perfectly! No reactions and was delicious!
As with the other Outback Steakhouses I've encountered, they have a gluten free menu and the servers know enough to keep me worry free.
As far as GF goes they have been awesome! We’ve been twice this week bc there are few GF friendly restaurants in the area. They have a decent GF menu and the servers are very considerate and knowledgeable. They double-checked my fiancée’s order both times (different servers) and recommended the GF dessert, which held up to their description. It’s pretty good especially for a GF brownie. We will probably go back again before we leave bc we don’t have to worry about her having options. In general, it’s a chain restaurant so the food is decent enough. What really sets them apart is the service. Ours has been great both times, no just with the GF consideration but in general. Both guys were so nice and polite and energetic.
Outback is our tried and true, reasonably priced safe dining option while travelling. My partner is highly sensitive, so even slight cross contamination is an issue. He's had no trouble at this Panama City location after eating here a dozen times. It isn't a dedicated GF restaurant, so you have to take the usual precautions (notify waitstaff, don't touch the table or let your utensils sit on it, etc.) But they do a decent variety of GF food, including the pecan flour brownie in the chocolate thunder dessert. Ask for the gluten free menu at the host stand, but get a regular menu as well, since the GF menu doesn't include prices or some info (like steak cut sizes).
Normally Outback is our go-to, and my highly sensitive partner with Celiac has had no trouble with them in five different states. This location in Dothan is the exception. We started stopping there as part of a 6 hour monthly business trip to Atlanta, and in four visits he was glutened three times. Would rather eat cold lunchmeat from a local grocery store than stop there again.
Gluten free menu has everything from beverages to desserts. Waitress offered it when I asked, also available online. There doesn’t seem to be a possibility for cross contamination. I ordered a Cobb salad, no croutons, with gluten free ranch. Will definitely go back.
Our waitress was NCGF so she was very knowledgeable. The food was great, a bit pricy but wonderful quality. The wait time and shear business of it made it near impossible for her to be attentive. My stomach is hurting a bit already so I am not sure if it is Celiac friendly or not.
I have eaten here a handful of times with no issues. They have a gluten free menu and are aware of celiac. Be cautious when ordering a salad, sometimes they do forget and put on croutons. I personally haven’t eaten a salad here, due to that reason. Good steak and rib/chicken combo.