My husband said this is the best fried chicken he's had since going gluten-free. He ordered like half a bird with gluten free waffles, and said it was just like regular fried chicken from before his doctor told him to get off of gluten. We went during a saints playoff game, and as a saints bar, the place was packed and rowdy (we found it entertaining, but others may not enjoy that).
We went to eat here because of the reviews but they do not have a dedicated fryer so anything gluten free that is fried will be cross contaminated. They also don’t have any GF substitutes so no waffles, pancakes or breads. If you are celiac the main thing you can have is eggs/omelettes. We had to walk out and not eat there because it wasn’t safe for my celiac husband. He also has an egg allergy so there was nothing for him to eat. If GF is only a food preference it is probably a good option but not if you are celiac.
I called them”do you REALLY have gf southern fried chicken & waffles?” Response “yes we do” me “all day? Till you run out?” Response “all day, we don’t run out”. You get me gf people, you know how hard eating can be. Go hungry and don’t expect to walk well after, I had FRIED popcorn catfish, Southern Fried chicken and beautiful crispy waffles, all gf. This is not fast food, it’s a restaurant with happy and beautiful staff, that bring you “home made” food. Go go go to this fun restaurant. I had no problems, other than eating too much and proceeding to waddle back to the hotel.