They’ve changed the format to buffet style. Still offer the a la carte menu, but there are only a few items marked gluten free: a salad, a soup and a chicken dish. Buffets are never worth it unless a substantial amount of the food is gluten free. Given their menu didn’t indicate such, I assume the only choices are the 3 mentioned above. While nice that they offer something at least, it seems they could do better. Especially given the family/holiday tradition atmosphere they are promoting.