Had the rotisserie chicken and it was great!
Pretty good food. The chef came out and talked to us after we told the ordering person we were gf. We had the ribs without BBQ sauce, which were delicious. The potatoes that came with it were not. They were slimy and did not taste good. The corn was good, but obviously boiled in sugar water. Food felt over-priced, but we came for the experience and it was a fun atmosphere.
I was so impressed with the care & precautions they took. They have 5 really good meal options that are gluten free. The chef came out and explained everything to us (they require the chef to come out for a person with dietary issues, so plan accordingly). Wonderful food & wonderful experience! There was so much food I couldn’t even eat it all & had to bring back leftovers to my hotel! I got the half chicken, potatoes, & corn on the cob. My gf son got the ribs, potatoes, and corn on the cob.
I was at Universal Studios Orlando this past week and ate Three Broomsticks in Islands of Adventure. They have a gluten free menu. I ate the Half Rotisserie Chicken w/ potatoes and corn on the cob. It was really yummy! Prior to me ordering the chef came out to talk to me and told me what was safe and answered any questions I had. They also have 3 kinds of Butterbeer (regular, frozen, or hot) that are all gluten free. Butterbeer is yum!! I would eat there again!
This is a great choice for gluten free the chief cones out and talks to you . there house bbq sauce is not gluten free but they offer a pre packaged bbq sauce that is. The ribs and chicken and veggies were out of this world. we went back for a 2nd visit.
I asked to speak with the chef who came out and was very knowledgeable about the menu items that were gluten-free. My daughter ended up ordering a vegetable platter that included a baked potato, corn on the cob and a garden salad. She is celiac and extremely sensitive to cross contamination. I was concerned about the preparation of the food because it came out from the back quite quickly I was not sure if the chef even had time to get back there before it came out. It was not covered separately and I did not see that there was any special preparation. That being said she did not seem to get sick from the food. Also enjoyed a butter beer there. My husband and I ordered gluten-free roasted chicken platter with roasted potatoes and corn on the cob and the turkey leg with roasted potatoes. Food was fine for a themepark food not the best but certainly adequate for lunch.
When you give your order at the counter, if you ask about gluten free options they will bring a chef out for you to talk about what you can eat and prepare your food separately. I got the roast chicken with potatoes and corn and it came out with another plate over it to denote that it was gluten free. I was very happy with the whole experience! Plus frozen butterbeer is gluten free.
Three Broomsticks is a much better choice for GF Harry Potter fans than the Leaky Cauldron. There are a couple of food platters that are GF, and their cross contamination procedures for Celiacs are on point. There seems to be some question online about butterbeer, but my understanding is that it is GF. My son has Celiac and is quite sensitive. He has had butterbeer from several venues around both Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade without incident.
Chef came out to take my order. Server at counter changed gloves to touch my food when it came out. Very good service.
Went there for lunch -- very impersonal, food was okay
I ate at the location in Hogsmeade at Islands of Adventure and it was exceptionally good. Wonderful service and a high quality meal prepared by the chef who came out and talked with me. I had the rotisserie chicken, potatoes and corn on the cob. Very generous portions too. AND BUTTERBEER IS G-freeeeee!!! I was so happy and had a frozen Butterbeer!
Chef came out to explain all the ingredients and processes. Rotisserie chicken platter was all GF
The chicken with potatoes and corn was very good the best part was I didn't get sick so it really was gluten free (I made sure that the kitchen was aware and they did a glove change).
Good breakfast options!
The woman who took our order knew exactly what my "allergy" was and what to do. I felt like my concerns were addressed but it wasn't a big deal at all- like they know exactly what to do. I got the chicken platter and although I had to wait a bit longer for it, I appreciated that they had a chef prep it special to ensure it wasn't cross contaminated. I also got the baked potato on the side which was delicious! Everything was yummy and I didn't get sick!
The person at the counter was very knowledgeable about Celiac Disease. Very impressed with the selections. They have ribs, chicken platter, corn on the cob, some really delicious grilled potatoes, and other choices. But we cannot have their barbecue sauce...but they do order and a barbecue sauce in that is gluten-free. They prepare the food in a dedicated gluten-free section. I was very pleased with the food big portions no extra cost. Highly recommend.
If you are going for breakfast be aware that the sausage link that comes with American breakfast isn't GF. Luckily the girl taking our order warned me and they gave me double bacon instead. Had to leave off crossaint, but they don't give you anything instead of it . I liked the bacon and the potatoes were good, the scrambled eggs were weird and crumbly almost like they aren't real eggs. Great atmosphere and staff though!
Staff were fantastic. We all enjoyed our meals though a little less on a plate than we expected but maybe that's the norm for the location. Can't fault them!
Baked chicken with corn and seasoned potatoes were amazing. Definitely above average theme park food. Staff asked multiple times about it being a gluten celiac allergy. Really enjoyed eating here and will again!
Had ribs, corn on cob, roasted potato and frozen butter beer. The chef came out to talk to us before we placed our order.
They have only one lunch option but they were overly accommodating making sure to change gloves and keep food on separate trays.
we went around dinner time and our register person went to the kitchen to find out if the chocolate cake dessert was in fact gf. he was back there for 5 minutes making sure that it was, and let the chefs know personally about a gluten allergy plate. they went above and beyond, even more than standard protocol.
Have gluten free menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The food is ok and priced as expected for a restaurant in a theme park. They did make my breakfast fresh so there would be no cross contamination.
Knowledgeable staff, great food. Definitely get the Great Feast!
The chicken platter is completely GF. The server was also nice enough to go make sure that the Butterbeer was GF! This was a great experience for both my husband & I!
Food was very tasty and was prepared separately from the normal food. The employee serving us confirmed the dietary restriction twice before giving our food. I was disappointed because the staff member standing outside the restaurant with menus told us that one plate was gluten free, but the person taking our order said it wasn't. Would definitely go back again.
Had a great lunch here without getting sick. Had rotisserie chicken, roasted potatoes & corn on the cob.
Both my husband and I are GF, I have CD. Ordered modified English Breakfast based on allergy book. Tomatoes were NOT listed in Has Gluten section, but are covered with breadcrumbs ( confirmed by staff and chef at Leaky Cauldron). When my husband was suspicious of the crumbs and asked the Three Broomsticks staff when we received the order, they said it was cheese so we ate it - horrible aftermath. Missed a whole day and terrible pain rest of the trip. So upsetting.
Ask for the allergy book. Lots of allergies listed, not just gluten. Ate breakfast here for 3 days with no issues - American breakfast option. Chicken platter dinner was yummy.
3-4 GF selections. Had ribs, roasted potatoes,corn on the cob. Very tastes!
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