Had a GF chicken sandwich on a GF roll (might have been Udis). Roll was a little dry and the staff seemed a little clueless when asked if fries were GF. I got 2 different answers from 2 different people.
At the end of the day it was a solid mean and I didn't get sick and I am very sensitive. They also had Redbridge and Omission which is a big plus.
Pretty good size separate menu.
Since my celiac diagnosis 10 months ago I have eaten here many times. They have a dedicated fryer so I have always gotten the chicken tenders and fries with never an issue.
I have been here 3 times and each time have gotten very sick. It is not celiac friendly.
Awful. I ordered off the "gluten free" menu - a salad. They brought it out with two enormous slabs of bread on the sides. I obviously sent it back explaining that I couldn't have it be side now it was contaminated. I was told "no problem I'll have them make you a new one". Of course not 3 minutes go by and they bring out the same salad minus the bread slabs. Crumbs from the bread still on the side of the plate. Didn't even bother to say anything. Ate about 5 bites from the very middle of the salad and that was it. Live music absolutely sucked too. Will not return.
I would eat here at your own risk. They may have good intentions, with the “dedicated fryer” and “GF menu”, but they lack the follow through to ensure you’re getting the right dish. I am celiac and whenever I eat out I always try to order the dish least likely to get messed up. I fully understand that I’m putting my health in the hands of complete strangers and tend to avoid the options where they need to make modifications. I ordered a salad and they brought me the wrong one twice. By the 3rd salad I was ready to walk out. I didn’t get the sense that anyone took gluten free that seriously.
They have a decent Gluten Free menu. We ordered the GF Chicken Tenders and Hamburger on a GF tapioca roll. Food was good, but staff was okay, make sure they give you the correct order. They accidentally gave us regular Stella Artois instead of the (GF) Stella Cidre, luckily we smelled the mistake before we tasted it.
We've gone to Peddler's a few times now. Each time we've gotten a tasty meal for everyone. There are ample gluten free offerings and they cater the meal to what my 8 year old prefers. Pricing is fair but the pub food they offer. The only difficulties that come up tend to be with the seating and how the wait staff is spread to different sides. I just know to plan my time accordingly and for the delicious meal that Peddler's provides, it's worth it.
great food and great service by my waitress stephanie.