We walked in this evening as their menu online showed many gluten free options. After discussing with the chef, we realized that anything in the fryer wouldn't be safe due to cross contamination, so no fries, also a few items listed as GF are cooked in beer so also not safe. Most entries marked GF are made with alcohol (brandy, whiskey, wine) so if you're also sensitive to alcohol even after it's been cooked down like I am, you'll want to stay away from that. I was able to have the chili minus the cornbread or salads.
Beckett's used to be my favorite place until I was diagnosed with asymptomatic celiac disease in Jan 2017. Many of their entrees are cooked in beer (lamb shanks used to be my favorite. Every time I ask for gluten free options I get a different answer. I now for the first time am experiencing symptoms after eating their blackened cod last night. I was at home violently sick within an hour
Being newly diagnosed with sensitivity to gluten, so I'm still learning menus and ingredients. The service at Samuel Beckett's was excellent and the Ulster salad was delicious. The staff also said their Blackened Cod is gluten-free. Their Creme Brulee doesn't have a crust, so that maybe a gluten free option as well.
I went to the restaurant and talked to the staff and was told that they did not have any gluten free options.