We have been here a couple times and have been extremely satisfied every time! Food is delicious and service is always great. They have one of the largest GF menus I have seen for not being a dedicated gluten free restaurant. Staff is knowledgeable about being GF. I have had their bbq bacon wrapped shrimp, salads, steaks, seafood alfredo and creme brûlée. I highly recommend stopping this place if you are close to it! Well worth it! I am Celiac and haven’t had any issues.
— Separate gluten-free menu
Great food. Our waitress was Emily and she knew about celiac disease and was very helpful and made sure the kitchen knew about it. Will go back!
We came at lunch and while there aren’t a ton of options I opted for one if the salads. It was good and my companions really enjoyed their “normal” food
This restaurant does everything they can to prevent cross contamination after speaking with their staff. (Outside of having a designated kitchen for it). Their food is fantastic and their options for GF are extensive. The quality is great and options authentic to the area. I would go every meal while staying there because I knew what i was getting would be great!
Many options on the gluten free menu which by the way was on the main menu so I could have the same menu as everyone else. More on the expensive side but great atmosphere and knowledgeable staff.
Had a delicious gluten free pasta dinner here before visiting Mount Rushmore. The waiter said she had a gluten allergy as well so was very comforting and easy to work with. She explained they changed their gloves with every dish to help avoid cross contamination. Additionally, every pasta dish is made separately as they change pans and wash them between. So although it takes longer than other places, it was worth it.
We ate at the Powder House approximately a month ago and had a tremendously pleasant experience. The GF menu items are clearly marked, but I wanted a couple of things that weren't listed. The waitress was great and worked with the kitchen to accommodate my requests. The food and drinks were fantastic and the atmosphere was lovely. We will be returning to the Powder House next time we visit the Hills!
Very large gluten-free menu, with some dinner options available for lunch. Outstanding service and attention to detail makes this a stop from now on when I'm in the Black Hills. Highly recommend!
My family and I ate here during our stay in Keystone. I am the only one with food allergies (epi pen sensitivity to gluten and dairy free) so eating out can be a challenge. They have a nice GF menu, and we started with bacon wrapped shrimp with BBQ sauce. I had a filet and baked potato with a salad. All of our meals were very good. The food was well-prepared and tasted great, but the server was a little sketchy on her knowledge of what items contained gluten and what didn't. ( I am a restaurant manager, so I have pretty high standards when it comes to service, and I found our server a little undertrained.) I stayed with something basic that I was fairly certain I would be safe eating - this combo is a go to for me. No reactions, and I thought the meal was great.
I ate here twice on my stay... Once for dinner and once for breakfast. They did a wonderful job with my steak and baked potato for dinner and steak and eggs for breakfast. I have celiac and am super sensitive as well as dairy free. They helped me navigate the menu and I wasn't sick. It was a wonderful experience and their coffee was delicious too! If I ever come back to the area I will eat here again!
Their menu has a disclaimer that the have a common fryer and shared preparation areas for all foods, even those under the "gluten-sensitive" list. My server did say they cooked the pasta separately, but I stuck with a baked potato, wrapped in foil.
We asked for no cheese on the gluten free pasta. It came with cheese so we sent it back. Then it came back & the pasta was undercooked & we had to send it back again. Then came to find out that there was cheese in the marinara sauce.