The wait staff was knowledgeable and took my concerns seriously. While there is not a separate gluten free menu there are many options to choose from (ask your server) and several labeled GF desserts. They do have dinner rolls, but you will need to pay an extra $1. Overall my meal was good, I felt safe eating there, and I did not get sick.
They have a separate gf menu but the quality of the food isn’t good. And service is always slow! UPDATE: I went there for brunch and they had NO CLUE about what cross contamination is. And they had very few options. They handed me my own serving spoon and told me it’ll be safe if I go to the buffet with my own spoon... even though that’s not how cross contamination works
They have GF pastas and other items. Chicken tenders, but not a dedicated fryer. GF dinner rolls were excellent! Also some desserts available. I had chicken, tomato, artichokes, spinach on pasta. It was excellent. Better options than other places I've gone to in the area.
CRAZY SLOW SERVICE !!! so if your in a hurry dont come when your hungry. If you want to have a good conversation with your spouse you'll have plenty of time to talk. If you order a GF roll before your dinner they will charge you for it, but not for reg. rolls. But the food and the service was good. Great Gluten-Free options!!! I'm rating this a 4 based on Gluten-Free options, if I was rating for over all I'd give them a 3. Seriously, it was slow !
Most of the menu was gluten free or could easily be made gluten free. They have gf bread, bulky rolls, pasta, dinner rolls, chicken tenders, and all salad dressings. Our waiter was very knowledgable and helpful. The wait was minimal but it wasn't very busy. I could see it being longer when it is crowded because everything seemed to be carefully made from scratch. They also had 4 different gluten free desserts made by their pastry chef. We went for the chocolate lava cake but there was also chocolate mousse, tapioca pudding, and an ice cream truffle. We will definitely be going back again soon!