They used to have a gluten free menu but I went tonight and not anymore. They don’t have rice anymore which really limits options as they used to serve things with sauce over rice instead of pasta. I got the shrimp alfredo which was pretty good but it was just shrimp, bacon, mushrooms and sauce in a bowl. It would have been nice to have it served over something. All in all, it was ok but I wouldn’t recommend or make it a destination.
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Used to work there, have Celiac family members so figured I'd keep everyone suffering safe. This place is a breeding ground for gluten. The same person that preps the Ritz covered haddock is the same person cooking the Haddock Alexandria. Crumbs are everywhere. The "scampi your way".. the shrimp is pulled out of the fry station which has a gigantic tub of flour right next to it. The butter they use to saute the shrimp I'm shared with the butter they use to top crusted haddock. All those crumbs drip into that butter the shrimp is being sauteed in. This restaurant is little disgusting claiming they have gf options when they take no care at all in cross contamination
GF options EXTREMELY limited. Salad dressings all GF in the salad bar, which is huge, but plenty of items there that are a mystery. CC easily a problem if you're sensitive. Had the shrimp scampi, which wasn't all that good. Not sure why lobster or other boiled items not GF and frankly didn't feel like asking.
Heard about their salad bar so when the family wanted to go I figured I'd be fine with whatever was at the salad bar. I was pleasantly surprised when we got there and I saw an actual gf menu on the table already. Went through my usual spiel with the waitress all was good. Then half way through my dinner I find a piece of pasta which I had already been told would not be gf. So now I'm thinking the only way this pasta could have made it into my dish is if it had been cooked in with the sauce they used, of which I had already eaten about half. Got a ton of apologies but would have liked to hear about how they were going to fix their procedures to avoid something like this happening again.