The staff was very aware of cross contamination of food items. The choice is limited, but I was relieved to not have to ask all the usual questions. It was nice to know I had people looking out for me. They are also gluten free vegetarian friendly!
GF options marked on menu - however there is not a dedicated fryer so the “GF” wings and French fries are not for celiacs or strongly sensitive people. Our server was very knowledgeable and provided this info before I even finished the question. I had their GF pizza - it was delicious and I felt fine! They also have GF buns for burgers and sandwiches.
The Slippery Otter has really good pizza, and even the ranch dressing is GF! They also had great service (and jokes!) I love the ability to eat here safely!! Sometimes it’s hard for me to eat safely because I have celiac, but I’m happy here! For all my celiac peeps: Enjoy!! Emily Mortimore (10) Mom approved!! (And Allison (8), my Celiac sister approves too!!!)
Staff was knowledgeable about GF concerns. Before we needed to ask about dedicated fryers, our waitress told us the fries are OK but the sweet potato fries are not. Son's GF pizza was good but pricey ($16). Granted, an average person probably could have shared it--it was a typical Udi's crust size. GF burger buns we're good.
My celiac daughter got sick after having the "gf friendly spinach artichoke dip, a side salad with ranch) (no croutons) and a gf pepperoni pizza last night. We have had great experience at other restaurants and she has never been glutened eating out. Must have been cross contaminated. The waiter seemed to fully understand that we were dealing with an allergy. Just the way it goes.. Be warned!
Good "pub" food. Good Spinach Artichoke dip (served with corn chips). Udi's crust pizzas with good variety of toppings. Red sauce was ok, but not amazing. Olive oil instead of sauce was good. Some other burger options. Their service was great (but we were there at 10pm). Awesome that they serve full kitchen until 11pm where most restaurants close at 10pm here and we didn't leave the Park until 9pm. Not amazing, but pleasantly surprised after the previous reviews here.
Service was poor. They could do burgers on udis buns, fries were cross contaminated. Ended up with a salad with grilled chicken (cold & DRY) I happen to also be corn intolerant, which takes out udis. Salad had 2 baby carrots, 2 cherry tomatoes, 2 cucumber slices and romaine lettuce. Not impressed
Just ok - very expensive restaurant and charges extra for EVERYTHING-very limited in selection for gluten free celiac. I called ahead & was told Pizza crust was made next to the regular crusts & would be cross contaminated. They did have GF Udi brand buns but fries were not cooked in a dedicated fryer. We understood these things before we got there. What we did not realize was there wasn't other options besides to substitute a salad ($1 extra). She asked without a salad (or fries) if she could order vegetables- the server said it would be extra! With already paying $2 for the gf bun ( and $1.50 to add cheese) she decided to just have the burger. Another person in our party had a regular Swiss mushroom burger ($14) & tasteless. Both burgers were dripping with fat ... buns were soggy. Our server mentioned that she could have the pizza but when I mentioned I had called & was told it could be CC he kinda laughed about it. My thought is if you are going to say you have GF items you should have more than 1 choice and have choices in sides. West Yellowstone sure has been a challenge- luckily we had a condo & could make meals ourselves.
The Slippery Otter Pub was an overall good experience, the best part being not getting sick. The staff however isn't all knowledgeable and those who are still don't know the lengths to which gluten can be found. For an appetizer, there was Artichoke Dip and Corn chips which was absolutely delicious. For the meal I ordered a Bison Burger with Bacon and the GF bun. Honestly, the best gluten free burger I've had. My mother who joined me had a pizza with mushrooms and said it was fine, but not especially bad or good. While our server was kind, he seemed surprised that salad dressings and meat could have gluten in them which worried me a little but everything turned out fine and neither of us got sick.
The menu lists many "GF" options, including fries. Don't believe it! They do not have a dedicated fryer. The waitress was great, and did her best to help us. She warned us that there's flour all over the kitchen; the GF notations are basically for fad GF dieters. Kids tried the GF pizzas, & waitress asked the cook to take extra care. My younger child still got glutened.
We were to the point in our vacation where we just wanted PIZZA... This was the only place in town that said it had GF pizza. It was most likely an UDI's crust.. It had that taste and it was only available in a 10" size. There is a $4 up charge for GF and since it is bigger than a small pizza (but smaller than a medium!) they charged the medium price. So my 10" mushroom and pepperoni pizza was $20! Most pizzas would be $25+. The pizza was okay. Nothing fantastic, but not horrible. There were an unspecified amount of spicy chicken wings for $9 labeled GF and an artichoke dip with GF chips. They also had GF hamburger buns available. Awfully expensive for 'just okay.'
We went here based on others good reviews. The hostess told us they only have gf pizza. I asked two more times to clarify & she was firm. I finally asked for the manager who then said yes they do have gf burgers. They do not have a dedicated gf fryer. Food was ok. Not fabulous, not bad. Ps: my son & I both had upset stomachs within 2 hours of eating here. Hmmm...coincidence or not???
We loved this pizza!! Since going GF a few years ago, I have always felt like I had to settle for second rate food and would have the saying, "not bad for GF". Not so with this pizza, my while family thought this pizza was outstanding by non GF standards. We also appreciated having a GF beer with our pizza.