They said salads and french fries were GF. I wasn't going to trust the fries. Most of the package salads had croutons. They gave me a salad that had some sort of brown dressing. I ate just because I was hungry, sans dressing. The seeds were the best. I did not starve.
— Not very
— Not Much
— Below Average
The menu is very gluten free friendly and they have several options that are gluten free and several more that can be modified to be gluten free. Staff was very knowledgeable and helpful!
Not a lot of choices...but I'm used to that and was just excited to find anything to eat while in the museum. I usually have to wait. Had some hardboiled eggs, fresh French fries, and heinz catchup. No reaction & I'm extremely sensitive. Wouldn't be my choice of places to eat...but if your there and need something g to ride you over there are a couple choices.
I had fruit for lunch (and even that wasn’t very good). The French fries say gf but they aren’t. The salads are not very good and they said the dressing was gf even thought is clearly wasn’t, and the lady told me I would have to wait at least 30 minuets to see the ingredients. What???!!!
The gluten free chili was good. However the staff are not particularly knowledgeable or helpful so it is unclear if the cornbread served with the chili is really gluten free. I was impressed that given the limited food options, they would even try to accommodate GF diners. I have celiac disease and did not get sick.
Fries in shared fryer, not recommended
Sad choices. Very disappointing. French Fries and w salads but no good dressing choices.
Only thing to eat was a sad salad. Fries share a common fryer.
Only the fries are gf.
They have labeled GF options on the menu. Only two salads and fries are GF. But hey, they labeled.