Great gluten free food. At least two to three ships with gf options
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Elysian Seafood in the market wasn’t good about cross-contamination. I told them I’m celiac, reemphasized that it is an allergy, and ordered ceviche at their recommendation. And I then watched them put flatbread on top of ceviche and then remember and try to take the flatbread off and still serve it to me. I told them I had watched them and it’s an allergy and they needed to remake it. They were accommodating and did it without question, but still I wouldn’t trust it- not safe.
There are some options but nothing is labeled. Got a really good breakfast grain bowl and one of the places. They all share one fryer so can’t have anything fried, including breakfast potatoes.
Multiple food vendors inside. At the time I went the gluten free options were sparse and uncontaminated options were sparser still. Still had a pretty amazing salad with grilled chicken that was safe, but also sucks that I wasn’t able to find much more interesting to eat than a salad.
Lots of different restaurants/food vendors in St. Roch Market. Not a ton of options for GF though. That being said, I've never not been able to find something good to eat there.
Unfortunately, St. Roch Market wasn't a good option for someone with celiac disease. It is located in a large building housing several different restaurants lined up along both outside walls with sitting in the middle. It's along the lines of a food court where you walk up to whatever restaurant you like, get your food and find a seat. That would have been fine except after talking to several people working at these restaurants it became apparent that none were celiac friendly. They said vendors come and go so possibly there might have been one previously. We felt it would be too risky for me to eat there and left in search of someplace safe.
Super yummy food at cheap prices. Entire menu is gluten free. Loved the wings and the fish.