3745 Capital City Mall Dr, Camp Hill, PA 17011 Directions

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  • Late Night
  • Restaurant

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Not celiac

This is a new restaurant to our area. They have a separate gluten free menu which is basically sandwich options without bread.

8 months ago

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Decent sized GF menu, though helpful to have both menus in front of you for descriptions. Finally able to get some GF fries - the Smallman Street Fries were amazing!

Not celiac

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Celiac friendly?

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They have a separate fryer for French fries (I asked), and many GF options, including a GF menu. Most options are just a bun-less sandwich, but the grilled chicken and steak salad are delicious.

Celiac

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This place is a perfect place for celiac-friendly pub food! The nachos are baked. The manager even came to the table to show me to label to the queso they use! The waitress was very attentive and definitely took my allergy seriously. They serve almost all of their sandwiches without a bun and only fries are cooked in the fryer, so they are gluten free! Yum!

Celiac

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Fries are fried in their in fryer in a separate kitchen area. Ranch and nacho cheese sauce are also gluten free. Delicious!

Celiac

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One of the only places in Erie to get gluten-free fries. Most sandwiches can be GF if ordered bunless. GF chili. Great service.

Celiac

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No GF options so not worth going to if you are Celiac.

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No

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Very poor. The Hamburg had filler and they didn't tell us until I took the bite. Would not recommend this place. Waiter had no clue

Not celiac

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Not really a "go to" place for GF, but I wanted to give a report since it is popular and many GF diners might find themselves here with family and friends. Fries are NOT GF (shared oil). Many sandwiches are GF if you skip the bread. I brought my own GF bun and was shocked when the server actually took it back to the kitchen and they used it to make my sandwich!! It was delicious and I did not get sick!

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