Very nice and helpful! They have GF bread and can make most items GF. They also have an AMAZING gluten free cheese cake!! Also my wife(who does not eat GF) loved her food as well and the atmosphere was really good in Central Park
I’ve been there twice in the past two months for dinner, and had amazing experiences. They had gluten free bread for me, and most dinner dishes could be made celiac safe. Haven’t had any issues after either time. Fun for a nice night and great atmosphere. The jalapeño lobster risotto was amazing!
Overrated and overpriced. Went there for brunch, should have checked here first. They only had one item on the brunch menu I could eat. Taste-wise, the food was just ok. I could have made the same meal myself for a fraction of the price. I had the scrambled eggs with salmon and there was very little salmon. I gave it a 2-star rating because at least I was able to eat something but there are far better places to eat in NYC, that cost less.
Tried to be accommodating but didn't really succeed. No gluten free bread or buns. Wouldn't go back until they add.
Said glutin free options but not really and not accomodating at all!!
Avoid if you have celiac or a gluten allergy. Although we followed the same protocol as we do at all other restaurants, the food my 8 year-old celiac daughter was served made her physically sick two hours after lunch. So sick that she (and we as her parents) missed the Rockette's performance, the reason for our visit to New York. She spent over an hour in the back concourse of the hall huddled near a trash can and then passed out because her little body was so exhausted from the vomiting. Our reservation and food order tickets apparently properly indicated a gluten allergy, but someone decided not to follow the request. Whether they put the hamburger on a bun and then removed it or there was not clean oil in the french fry fryer, I don't know. I would not trust their kitchen and we won't go back.