Not celiac friendly. Ate here recently and got sick.
I and GF and DF so finding things that work for is is hard, I ordered a burger with no bun because she didn’t know if there was dairy in the bun and I didn’t want to chance it... also was told when I called ahead fries are not GF safe and chef recommended to avoid them and everything else fried, so instead I ordered steamed veggies. I called earlier and whomever I talked to said the kitchen could steam some no problem, well the waitress didn’t understand this part and I didn’t get steamed veggies, I got mixed veggies in some type of sauce? No clue what it was, I only had a bite or two because they werent steamed, but it was one bite too many because I was superrrr sick within the hour, I was not happy! My burger was great, maybe it too was grilled on a non safe part of the grill? Who knows, but if you decide to go here, call ahead, get names, and see that your food is properly handled!
Very gluten friendly. Just tell your server.
I asked for a gluten free menu - they had about five entrees that were listed as gluten free. A few of the sides and appetizers were marked as being cooked in shared oil, so I was able to avoid those. I told the server (also a bartender I think) that Inhave celiac disease and a gluten free meal was super important. My steak was delicious, and I had no trouble with the veggies or mashed potatoes. The server suggested the creme brûlée for dessert, which was delicious. Great experience for me, great food.
Same thing happened to me with the broccoli and pasta cross contamination, and rude help. I will never go back.
I love to support local businesses so I tried the White Horse Inn not once but three times. Two out of those three trips left me very ill. My first visit didn't go very smoothly after asking for a side of broccoli with my bun-less burger because they do not have designated fryers, I got my broccoli and it was boiled in the same vat of water that they boiled pasta in... So I had pasta mixed in with my broccoli and didn't see it until it was too late. The manager was quick to get me a new meal that she supervised being made but nonetheless, I was still glutened. I returned and that same manager saw my meal was carefully prepared to avoid cross-contamination! My third visit is where if I could give a negative review, I would. I called to place a carry out order, asked for the manager who helped before and unfortunately she was out for the day. I began explaining about celiac disease and how to avoid cross-contamination when the bartender taking my order cut me off with saying, "yeah,yeah, yeah, I know about celiac." So I replied with how important it was to not cross-contaminate, only to get the same rude, cut-off response. When I arrived to pick up my order, I was greeted by the same bartender with an attitude, saying he hopes my meal was prepared "to my liking." To make light of the convo I said, "well believe me, I would much rather prefer the bun and fries but those make me sick," to which he responded, "well don't call yelling at me if you get sick." I had an off feeling about this whole ordeal but didn't know if I was being too sensitive. Well it turns out I was right and should've trusted my judgement... cause I got REALLY sick that evening with a migraine that lasted three days. So not only are they NOT Celiac friendly, but they just don't care and are rude about it. I will NEVER go back and advise all to be EXTREMELY CAREFUL if you chose to risk eating at The White Horse Inn.