I have celiac and got extremely sick a half hour after leaving while shopping. It ruined my night out and I had a very painful 40 minute ride home after spending an hour in a store bathroom. I got calamari as an appetizer and fish and chips. If you have celiac DO NOT GO HERE!
they say gluten free but manager told me not to eat anything because its not guaranteed. aweful experience
food was delicious. Waitress warned me not to have anything fried if gluten allergy.
Please note the staff & management are not properly trained. FYI the calamari is cooked with sweet potato fries that have a coating that contains gluten. I would not recommend eating here.
Great gf experience ! Great food , great gf choices. Gf Menu had many options. Would definitely be back. Loved the gf calamari!
One of my favorite places to eat. Gluten free fried calamari - yummy. Very large GF menu and always fresh wonderful food!
I have a gluten and dairy allergy and there wasn't really much on the menu. When I talked to the server he was reluctant to even serve me anything. In the end I ordered some scallops and he said he'd talk to the chef to see what could be done. What I got was a plate with some seared scallops (no seasoning what so ever) and some carrots that had been put on a grill and slightly burned. The plating of the food was an insult and the food was flavorless and uninspired. Never going back there and wouldn't recommend any one with food allergies to bother with Skipjack's
The gluten-free menu is somewhat deceptive, particularly if you have Celiac Disease or a strong intolerance to gluten. DO NOT eat the fries, they are fried with battered foods. I was charged an extra $1 to have vegetables steamed without butter (dairy intolerance). Lobster was great, but none of my food was seasoned- at all! Gluten-free should not mean seasoning or spice-free.
Many of the items on their Gluten Free Menu turned out to be too good to be true. The Manager came to the table and let me know they do not have a separate fryer for gluten free meals, so there is cross contamination.