They just don’t have enough GF options when you really look at the menu. Maybe one breakfast I like and one or two dinners. I wish they would expand their choices. Their cocktails are good, though.
They kind of accommodated me but they are listing GF dishes that are not GF.
They post an extensive GF menu online. When I got there they had three GF things on the menu. Two were appetizers and one was an entree. Of those, only one was actually GF. They deem anything without flour in it to be GF. They had a fried appetizer listed as GF even though they fried it in the same fryer as breaded items. The entree also could not be made without CC due to the bulk prepared risotto. So I could have had it without that but that seemed silly.
They did prepare a dish for me and I got CC. The food was ok but not great. Would have gone somewhere else but due to time constraints had to make do. The waiter was apologetic and said they were taking proper measures to prepare my food but my gut says otherwise.
Won’t be back and don’t recommend for other people with Celiac.
Not too many but gluten free dishes are marked on the menu. The menu states they do NOT have a dedicated fryer. Ordered sweet corn chicken risotto, which doesn’t have any deep fried items. Tasty. The portion size was big. Didn’t get sick.