I enjoyed this restaurant before my celiac diagnosis, but this location is not celiac safe. My daughter worked there, and she would help navigate the kitchen for salads for me, but it would not be safe for a celiac unless you had the right manager.
Hubby is celiac, and 7 year old is intolerant. Randomly found this place doing a search. He got the steak and mushroom kabob. It came out with rice pilaf, which wasn’t on the gf menu. They came out and fixed it. The manager also came out. Food was decent, I got the chicken kabob, and my 10 year ones devoured his steak sandwich and 7 year old ate his cheeseburger. I would definitely return. They put the allergy meals on blue plates to signify an allergy.
Not GF friendly. We went during a trip to MB and I ordered the ahi tuna salad off the gluten free menu. It was supposed to have balsamic dressing, lettuce, scallions, cucumber, carrots and the tuna. While waiting for our food I checked the description of the regular ahi salad on the main menu and it included all the fixings plus wasabi peas, seaweed salad, and an Asian dressing instead of the balsamic. When it came out it was dressed just like the salad on the main menu, Asian dressing and all. We questioned the waiter and runner and they both said that the ticket said gluten free (but we all know that doesn’t mean anything). The manager remade it for me but brought out the box for wasabi peas to show me they’re gluten free and that the original salad was fine (but it still had the Asian dressing). None the less they remade the salad but we were quite certain they just transferred the ahi from the old salad to the new one, so I didn’t eat it over fear of CC. Service in general was okay, the server was nice, but even my husband said his food just wasn’t that good and lacked flavor.
Good menu with lots of choices. meal took a little longer than it should have and manager came out and comped the meal. Other than the wait the ahi Tina sandwich was great the bun was very good. would Def go back again.
Excellent service. Went in and said I couldn't have gluten or soy and they were able to accommodate me. The waitress, chef and manager were all working together. They had a decent sized gluten free menu.
Food was amazing and none of us got sick. My husband and boys all had burgers (with gf buns), my daughter had ribs, and I had the salmon salad. Can't have the fries but the Charleston rice was really good. The gluten free menu had quite a bit to choose from and everyone was friendly and accommodating.