— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Not cheap, but it was a superb experience and a godsend when I was stuck at the hotel. They take allergens very seriously and even sent the chef out to talk to me. I was very happy with the precautions they took. I ate two breakfasts and one dinner there. The food was good and I felt good afterward.
Great experience two nights in a row. Not a ton of options, but it was safe!
The gluten free food was clearly marked, but they brought us bread, my boyfriend's food (steak, rice and plantains) was flavorless, they sat us in a cold area near an unworking heater when several tables near perfectly functioning ones were available and we had to wait for the hostess to Acknowledge or seat us, then service was also slow for food that was twice as much and half as good as our choice the night before we wouldn't go back.
Menus are marked as to what is gluten free. Unfortunately with it being California and everyone on a gluten free diet, I did have to explain that I had Celiac and discussed cross contamination issues. There was a small issue with my dinner but they were more than accommodating and the chef even came out and circled what I could have on breakfast and lunch menu when they learned that I was staying at Hyatt. Couple sitting behind us said they were availing gluten and ordered off of gluten free menu and then proceeded to order sourdough bread. This is why I needed to really emphasize that I had Celiac.
Red Marlin saved my week! Very attentive to my need of both gluten free and dairy free.