Excellent service before the rush. About 1/4 to 1/3 of menu available for GF conscious. Waitress was knowledgeable. Tables well spaced and outdoor option available. Had a GF roll for me! Swordfish was amazing!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I have eaten here several times over the years and each time I ask myself why do I come here. Maybe it’s for the sweet pea and lobster risotto which I love or their delicious onion soup both of which can be made gluten free. They have delicious food with many gluten free options, however, their allergy protocol leaves much to be desired. Every time I go there I feel like I am imposing on them because I ask for my gluten free food to be brought out separately. Last night was the worst. When the waitress brought out my gluten free bread with my husband’s gluten filled bread after being asked to bring my stuff out separately she told us she used different hands. We then requested different bread. When that was delivered my husband ( my biggest advocate) said to her, please bring my wife’s meal out the same way. Her response was “I get it, I’m not retarded”. What an ignorant thing for someone to say. She then asked what we wanted and I said, “ a different table”. I spoke to a Manager and we were moved and my food was brought out separately but that put a damper on the night out. This is not a cheap restaurant as our bill was over $100 for two with no liquor or desserts so I feel for that amount of money ( or any amount for that matter) it shouldn’t be so hard to get a restaurant to take gluten free seriously and to make the diner feel comfortable. We were also comped nothing for the outrageous treatment.
Staff was knowledgeable, food was very good and I did not get sick. I only wish they had more gluten-free options on the menu.
I love the ambience of Scargo, but they are completely clueless what it truly means to be gluten-free. I’ve eaten there five times, and gotten sick all five times. Even after speaking with the manager on duty, explaining that I am a celiac, being assured that my food will be gluten-free. I didn’t order anything crazy, I stuck to things I know would be naturally gluten-free. But they can’t even get that right. The last time I went there, couple weeks ago, I ordered two items that are gluten-free on the menu: a spinach salad & wings. And told the waitress that I was gluten-free. The spinach salad came with a muffin on top....? Only go for drinks. It’s not worth getting sick
My daughter has celiac and we were satisfied with this place. Staff was quite friendly, although not very knowledgable. They brought out delicious GF bread without being asked and told the chef about my daughter's needs. She got a meal she loved and on the check it was listed as gluten free. Overall a great place!