I phoned the restaurant tonight and confirm that they have limited gluten-free options during covid. Hopefully when covid is over, they'll be able to make their gluten free onion rings in the dedicated gluten-free fryer. But not until covid is over.
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It's great to come to a restaurant where a celiac actually has some choice on the menu! Has always been good when I've come here!
Love this place! Love that I can get good poutine here! Note to those who are ordering GF items...the menu lists them as GF but some of them you have to specify GF and that's not entirely made clear. My sister and I (both celiacs) ordered something labeled GF. I said, the GF chicken pot pie and she didn't say GF bc it had a GF by it. Hers came with pastry on top and mine with mashed potatoes...so we knew something was up! Thank goodness one of ours was different or we would have eaten the pastry and been really sick.
No more onion rings, but what we did order was good. Had the poutine (a nice treat) as well as the cottage pie. Lots of options and clearly marked on the menu. A nice pub.
I have tried the gf pickles, poutine, wings and ordered the chicken pot pie .. It was nice to be able to order deep fried pickles (tempura batter) and the poutine was pretty good. The wings were not super crispy and the chicken pot pie came with mash instead of pastry. Maybe it's too much to expect gluten free pastry but I I wish I need this before the dish arrived. Overall not bad to try if your in the area.
Not where you would expect? The chef is celiac, runs a dedicated deep fryer and doesn't hide from the favs. Deep fried pickles, onion rings, fish and chips, and a fan favorite, poutine. If you need anything else to get you to "the well," you haven't been celiac long enough. ;)