Probably does better than ANY place in town in terms of taking it seriously and being nice about it (reassurance and understanding instead of attitude). Just ask for the GF menu when you are seated, they even have certain staff that have extra training to handle it properly.
Let the staff know I have Celiac Disease. Emphasized the importance of it. Ordered my food and again reminded them to please make sure it’s GF. I asked what dressings were GF and someone from the kitchen came out and let me know my options.
The salad comes out and it had a crouton in it. I sent it back. The server apologized. I got a new salad and it also had a crouton in it. I sent it back again and told them I would just pass on the salad.
The best part is they still charged me for the salad. If you are a Celiac do not eat here.
Has a GF menu. The staff is very accommodating to allergies and will make sure your meal is good for you. My food was great and the attention to my allergies was reassuring!
Meat seasoning is not gluten free so my pork chop was bland and dry.
— Separate gluten-free menu
They had a pretty decent GF menu which I was surprised by. The food was good.
If you have questions ask for the manager.
— Separate gluten-free menu
I had another fantastic meal here last night! When I asked for a gf menu my waiter asked specifically if I had celiac. Their staff is well trained. Gf menu is always brought by a manager who asks if you have any questions about how they prepare their food. The gf menu is huge and has plenty of options. I’ve eaten here numerous times and each time I’ve been able to eat safely. Highly recommend
BEWARE- unsafe menu/staff needs more training for a celiac!
Chose based on this app and their large GF menu. Turns out much of the menu was actually unsafe! Upon questioning, they have a shared fryer, which is no problem, since I typically avoid fried foods. The GF menu was large, with many options. I alerted them to my gluten allergy when making our reservation, when arriving, and again when our server came to introduce herself. Fortunately, I had a few questions about menu items, because in asking, realizes that many of the dishes on the GF menu were actually unsafe as prepared. Our waitress had to keep going back to double check if spices/sauces were GF, and they either didn’t know or said they looked and the container said ‘may contain gluten.’ At one point the chef came out to answer the questions directly and assured me that the shrimp would be safe, as they only used butter and a sauce that was labeled gluten free, so I ordered that, as well as a salad. I specifically double checked with the server who double checked that the salad was on the GF menu (without specifications like some had, such as ‘without croutons’). I took a bite of the salad and it was delicious, but I found tortilla strips in it, which were not advertised/alerted. I asked the server to make sure they were GF, and she asked the manager, who came over in a panic and told me they were not. Then he went to double check with the chef who said the strips themselves were gf, but they were fried in the fryer ‘with all the breaded stuff.’ I expressed my disappointment and concern, as I was so careful in ordering. They apologized and brought me a salad without tortilla strips, and it was still delicious. My shrimp were terrible- and I’m not a very picky eater. They were so dry and overdone that they were chewy and rubbery, and they had absolutely no flavor at all. I ate it, though, because I didn’t want to be a bother since I knew they already felt bad about the mixup. I assumed they would comp my meal because of their mistake, as I explained to them that I could likely spend my whole vacation sick because of this. I went outside with the kids, and when the rest of the family returned, they reported that nothing had been done- not even a small discount for their mistake. The rest of the family enjoyed their food, but I certainly WOULD NOT trust them with a food allergy.