Disappointed. My wife and I drove 30 miles excited to try a specific dish that their website has marked as Gluten Free. Once seated, we were shocked to find out that the menu provided at the restaurant did not match the menu on their website. The website clearly states “gluten free” under each item, the menu provided at the restaurant does not. After being seated and reviewing the menu we saw that the seafood pasta dish that we both came for did not show as GF like the online menu does. The waitress advised that it couldn’t be made gluten free, as they don’t have GF pasta. In their defense the waitress was apologetic and they did offer to accommodate by using yellow rice instead of pasta. That just didn’t sound as appetizing to us. So we left and went to another restaurant with true GF options close by. Note to self, use this app as the amazing tool that it is, but call the restaurant to confirm before going.
Knowledgeable staff, have eaten here three times without issue.
Went for dessert and then dinner a separate time. The staff did will with gluten free accommodations and they had plenty of options. I think I recall that dishes that could be modified were marked on the menu. The food was average but I didn't get sick and the atmosphere was fantastic.
I emailed prior to arriving and the general manager assured me they could accommodate for GF diet and they emailed me a menu. We arrived at the restaurant, the waitress was knowledgeable about GF. I ordered shrimp/grits and I ordered Cream Brûlée for dessert. Everything was great!
Scallops reeked of ammonia, Manager stated they were fine because they had a fresh expiration date. Obviously didn't smell them or try one of them. Ammonia usually indicates high bacteria count.
The menu identifies GF items, and a chef prepares the dishes specially when ordered. I ordered the shrimp and grits, and flourless chocolate cake for dessert. Both were delicious.