Not much you can get here but had the pizza and had a reaction...they DO NOT have a dedicated fryer so if you’re Celiac, you can’t eat the root chips. I asked the manager and the chef. They were my favorite before diagnosed. :(
Decent gluten free menu. The atmosphere is always a little crowded but the views are worth it and this is an older restaurant that oozes charm. There is usually a wait but you can always grab a drink while you wait. It is worth the wait for a beautiful lake view.
The service is friendly and attentive. Our waitress was new and not completely up to speed on the gf menu items. Even though the root chips were listed as gluten free the server stated she wasn’t sure on the aioli or fondue and wanted to double check with the kitchen. For some reason my family took that as “ we should help mom eat these chips” and had pretty much devoured them by the time she returned and stated they were indeed gluten free. The root chips were fabulous and pair nicely with a dry white wine. Roses is always a good dining experience and I appreciated the servers kind vigilance. I guess the moral of the story is don’t dine out with perpetually starving and opportunistic teenagers.
Gluten free menu is quite lacking and food is not worth the prices. The only good thing going for them is the atmosphere.
My husband and I are both celiac and we felt fine after dinner. We each had different brick oven pizzas and they were both very good. I know, there is a lot of pizza offerings out there but the brick oven and a thicker HOMEMADE crust is what made it so much better than a slew of other gf pizza we have tried. The view is amazing and the staff was knowledgeable.
I had a very good experience here. After I ordered the gluten free pizza, before I even had a chance to give my normal speech about cross contamination, the waitress said "do you have celiac disease?"
Immediately after she explained to me that they will be extremely careful and that they even cook their pizzas in a separate oven (yay!)
After the meal they usually give caramel corn with the bill. She brought out gummy worms for me and said "there are technically no gluten ingredients in our popcorn but it might have been processed with them so i brought you gummies that I know are gluten free and safe".
There was also a gluten free beer on the menu.
While they did not have a separate gf kitchen or a plethora of options, I felt very comfortable eating here and would definitely go back (as I still felt happy hours later when I did not get sick).
If you go- still give you usually "talk to the manager" speech because it could have just been the one waitress who was knowledgable.
Not many options. No gf bread. Staff not particularly sympathetic or knowledgeable. I feel pretty sad because I loved this place before I had to go gluten free.
Not many options. But what I had was good. Although visiting for lunch I had the 12 oz ribeye. Yum.
Not a lot of options but great food and most staff is knowledgable.
My GF, DF crust for my pizza was perfectly cooked and they were liberal with my toppings. Fabulous food.
Rose's has an extensive menu with many gluten free options on their menu. There is even gluten free pizza! Very friendly and understanding staff and chef came to the table to talk to my celiac/peanut allergic son. Unbelievably, there are more gluten free options on the menu than there are nut free. It is a very popular place to be since their outdoor year around covered deck overlooks the lake, and it is the perfect place to enjoy with friends .