The food was excellent and all staff we spoke with we're knowledgable about Celiac disease. The fryer is NOT separate, but options are marked and you can have gluten free buns for the burgers, which are excellent. My daughter had gluten free pasta, which was delicious she said.
Came to the Fours after reading all other reviews. I got the GF sweet potato fries for an appetizer so yummy! And for dinner they made me a special order of GF Dairy free ziti, chicken and broccoli with marinara sauce. They originally didn't have the dairy free sauce so they found a recipe and made it just for me! I give them 5 stars because they went above and beyond. Shout out to my waitress Jennifer for being so attentive :)
Their selection looks better than it is, all gf fried items are in the same fryers as non gf food so that cuts out most of their supposed gf choices. I had the chili which was really good though. The waitress told me about the fryers without me asking so she seemed knowleable.
Have gone here twice with my daughter who orders pasta with butter and a gluten free role. One the few places that has an option for a kids meal with gluten free pasta. Make sure you tell them if you have celiac as they cook the gluten free pasta in the same water as the regular pasta.
I ate here last weekend. As a celiac, I was incredibly disappointed by their meager GF offerings. Other than a few salads, the only other item asterisked in the menu as GF were the steak tips and rice. Big disappointment. I'm reading here that there were GF rolls but that wasn't offered to me.
This is a great place for a drink after work but the do not have any GFree appetizers other than cocktail shrimp. Menu has a "GF" next to items that are GFree. I usually get the Cobb Salad (good) or Turkey tips with mashed and grilled vegetables on the side. (Great comfort food meal.) Steak tips are GFree as well. It says you can get GFree roll or pasta for $1 extra but when I look at the pasta options most appear to have sauces or other ingredients that are not Gfree so I have never ventured into those. This is a place that probably needs a dedicated menu. I don't feel comfortable outside of the 3 items above.
Waitress didn't seem knowledgeable about gluten free. She told me I SHOULD be ok with the items labeled gf. I didn't feel comfortable asking her questions about options the courses came with so said I'd go with the chopped Salad with steak tips. As soon as I got home I was sick with the typical gluten intolerance reactions. I gave 2 stars since the salad was good but very upset that my food was either contaminated or the steak tips weren't gf.