Ate at Tusk and Trotter with some friends while visiting Bentonville. I was a little worried at first because when I asked for the gluten free menu the hostess who sat us gave me a funny look, but stated to ask the server. The server ended up being super knowledgeable about what was gluten free or could be made gluten free, however the down side is the menu is not really marked at all with what options are available. I was pleasantly surprised there were quite a few things I was able to eat, and she did say the regular fries (not any of the flavored fries) are gluten free and fried in a dedicated fryer. Ended up being a great meal and they have some great cocktails as well, as well as some gluten free desserts.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
I've this restaurant and have never had a bad meal. Makes me very happy they have gluten free options.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Unfortunately I have had disappointing visits. There are gluten free options, but the waitress I have had two times does not want to help you and does not know what GF is. For me, I eat out one day a week, so I really look forward to that day. And Sunday that waitress pretty much ruined my day. Left before actually ordering because of her attitude. Drove to Fayetteville for lunch instead.
Separate gluten free menu with a wide variety of options. My son is celiac, and I have gluten allergies. I had the Tomahog Chop, and my son had the Flintstone. Both highly recommended. Quite a few drink options, including 10 infused-flavor Bloody Marys. After hearing good things for quite a while, we finally made it in, and we’ll be back!
Had a great time here at TNT in Bentonville yesterday. Had an early dinner and had Karly as our server, and she was outstanding. Really friendly and personable, and knowledgeable of the menu on both the food and beverage side (gave good drink recommendations, not just food).
I love that they have a gluten-free menu and it’s not just a BS menu like plenty of other restaurants where the options are salad and not much else. They have a dedicated fryer for the frites, which are excellent, by the way, I had the salt and pepper frites as my side for my burger, which was one of the best burgers I’ve had in a long time (I got the Tusk 44 burger). My wife had the bison burger and it wasn’t quite as good as the Tusk 44 but at least the gluten-free bun was one of the best gluten-free burger buns she’s ever had. Didn’t crumble and actually had good taste!
The lettuce, onion and pickles on my burger tasted really fresh and the regular bun was delicious as well. Totally satisfied with my burger. And bonus happy hour when we arrived as well. I really liked my grapefruit gin and tonic.
Oh and not just one but SEVERAL gluten-free dessert options. In our case we got the “bittersweet love,” a delicious chocolate with orange mousse, it was an excellent dessert.
You can tell this place cares about their sourcing/purveyors. They use fresh local ingredients and it shows through the food quality. And as I said, service was just great as well. Enjoyed the ambiance, too. Sure it was quiet because of the time of day but it seemed well laid out, tables spaced apart nicely, nice wood, it was just a good fun time and we’ll definitely return when in Bentonville.
Not many GF options. A lamb dish, salads and sandwiches without buns. But... mashed root vegetables were delicious.
Ate there for lunch and menu included salads & sandwiches without buns. Dinner menu looked more extensive. Good food and server was knowledgable.