Their staff had 0 knowledge of what ingredients contained gluten. The chef came out and spoke to us and the wrong item arrived at the table and the waitress assured me it was gf... I took a few bites and then her coworker comes over and says it's not gf. It took half an hour to even put in an order and the restaurant is more than half empty. Save yourself the stomach ache and go elsewhere.
I have gone to Stout Street Social 3 times. I go early and have always had a waitress that was knowledgeable and very aware of celiac disease and cross-contamination. I don't venture out beyond sushi and GF soy sauce. I have not gotten sick all 3 times.
They label things on the menu as GF that are NOT gluten free. I have celiac and thank God my waitress knew about CC and different sauces having gluten. I tried to order two items off the menu labeled as GF, and after I told her I had celiac, she mentioned they weren't actually entirely gluten free. Horrendous. I've never been a restaurant that labels gluten free items that absolutely contain gluten.
I ate here while in town for a conference and was pleasantly surprised by how good the gluten free bun is. You can’t eat the fries because the fryer is contaminated so I had a salad instead. Not too many gluten free options but the gluten free bun is delicious.
No attention to detail. Had to remake order before it left the kitchen and still gave me food where after a bite I knew was not right.
Several wonderful options. Great service and delicious food. I had the sushi (gf soy sauce) and it was great!
They had quite a few gluten free items already listed on the menu. I had a salmon, kale and quinoa salad. My husband ordered a bison burger with no bun and the waitress was nice enough to ask if he was celiac and if cross contamination was a concern.