They have an allergy menu but they only label allergens and give no indication of how they can modify dishes. It felt very limiting to be met with a menu where I could only eat two soups and a single entree (fish tacos). They have gluten free bread that was really good. Food is heavy. You can make do here but would skip it if you have the choice.
had a hamburger, roll was not gluten free, told waiter could not eat the meal that it was contaminated needed new burger and gluten free roll. The burger was back to me in 2 minutes, I had a feeling they just switched roll, later that night got sick.
The issue is that the allergen menu only denotes what foods already have the thing you are avoiding. There is no indication on the menu of what COULD be made safe. Instead they expect the wait staff to memorize it (which they can’t), then you get told (as I was twice) to just pick something and they will ask the chef. It’s very uncomfortable and not at all instilling confidence that you can eat safely, unless of course you choose from the insanely limited options for things that are default gluten free. I even tried to talk to them about it because they are clearly making an effort, just missing the mark. They did speak to me on it but were unwilling to really consider the perspective of the person trying to order from this menu. Sad, because the food and atmosphere are wonderful.
Perfect spot to take our celiac family visiting our celiac college student for a fabulous meal. She wanted steak and seafood and was hoping for fries.... well it all was delicious and gluten free! Ask for the allergen menu- we had bread with whipped butter on the table, mussels with a fabulous tomato wine sauce we dipped the gf bread into. Then shared melt in your mouth steak with an herbed Buerre and Parmesan truffle fries!!!😍 I don’t even like fries and usually skip them - these were sooooo good and worth every bite from a designated fryer. Dad had a bacon cheeseburger on gf bun with more Parmesan truffle fries. We even topped it all off with two different types of ciders. The local one was really good.
They have an "allergy menu" that lists what allergens are in their food but beyond that there are very very limited options and not very clearly labeled.
Wonderful farm to table restaurant that's near the Penn bookstore - I love this place. They have a menu that shows which dishes have gluten, dairy, etc. I had a yummy Cobb Salad and felt great. Definitely somewhere I feel comfortable going back to.