First of all, this restaurant does not have a designated cook space or fryer for their food. They list sweet potato fries on the gluten free menu, though. Second, when we asked if the aforementioned sweet potato fries were cooked in a dedicated fryer (after stating I had celiac and needed to avoid any cross contamination) the waiter laughed and said no, of course not. Like they would be weird to have a designated fryer for Gluten Free food. Then, after altering my salmon meal to substitute something other than the fries - they brought out a meal WITH those fries. When my husband called them out, the waiter went back and came out with another plate (sans fries) and said they just grabbed the wrong plate. After eating the meal - I found a chunk of the fries still on my plate. Not impressed. Not cool. Not safe for people with celiac.
My husband and I chose this restaurant from this App. Thanks for your advice, this restaurant was impeccable and the service was fantastic! We are going back with friends, ask for Dinner Gluten Free menu for more options if you don't find something in their GF lunch menu.
Not worth the money! And, after telling them I was GF, my salad came out with croutons on it. My paella was the worst I've ever had and it was $27! Not authentic at all and my boyfriend's dinner was average at best. The best part about this place is the fact that it's on the water, but definitely an over priced tourist trap. I had high hopes because of the GF menu.
No dedicated space so cross-contamination is an issue but the waitress I had was very knowledgeable (she wrote the menu). The view is great and if you love watching the boats come in it is nice to have the #glutenfree menu to choose from when with non-gluten free people. I always applaud restaurants that make an attempt to cater and they have some good menu choice but if you are super sensitive be careful. I had the steamed mussels (no toast) and spinach salad with warm bacon vinaigrette and it was delicious!