It was LOUD! So loud we could barely have conversation. The food was delicious but our waiter was new (clearly flustered) and didn’t know what celiac was. To his credit he let me teach him and he asked questions of the chef. Neither myself (celiac) nor my celiac daughter got sick. But it’s not a place that has many kid food options. Definitely a foodie destination.
The menu had a label for gluten free items, the tortilla chips have a dedicated fryer, and our server was able to provide us with enough information about how the food was prepared so that I could make an informed decision. There were not too many options I could choose from, and I ended up ordering a few appetizers. The reason I gave them a Celiac Friendly rating is because the kitchen and waitstaff were able to answer my questions, and they did have at least two or three appetizers that seemed safe. However, I would still use caution when eating here because they didn't mention whether they used a different surface to prepare foods, etc., which is why I just ordered a few appetizers. The food was good.
The meal was fantastic and so was the service. From a previous review, we were looking forward to the GF chips. However, we were told that the fryer was used to fry the calamari. He recommended for a sensitive celiac that I not risk it. Glad I didn't. My husband and I shared the roasted chicken and pork chop with bacon jam. Delicious! And so was the salted caramel dessert we were served. Highly recommend.
omg! the service here! our server Terrance was awesome and let us know their GF options are celiac safe. they have a dedicated fryer for their corn and potato chips. we had the tofu ceviche, the beet salad, and the hand cut potato chips and ranch dressing...all gf, all fabulous!