They claim to offer a gluten-free menu, but there’s hardly anything on it, and the servers are not up to par and what it means to be gluten-free/cross-contamination. Avoid. Spend your money elsewhere
There were not many GF options on the menu. The options that were on the menu were fried in a contaminated fryer. Mussels in a cream sauce without bread and a few salads are your safe choices. TIP look carefully at the menu before you sit down.
Many of the gluten free options are fried in a contaminated fryer, which substantially limits options for celiacs
To start, My 3 are very sensitive to CC and everyone is feeling fine after our lunch here. Otherwise we would have given less stars. The waiter responded that the chocolate milk was “probably fine” and seems irritated when I pressed for a clearer answer. Then he wrote down “gf fish and chips” even though the fish and chips were not able to be made gf and we were asking for “baked cod.” None of the sandwiches had a gf option and the adults had appetizers or salads to choose from. The salads weren’t anything special and we were hoping for a gf bread option or at least a lettuce wrap. It was expensive for what we got but not surprising for Main Street Chatham. Ask a lot of questions. I think the kitchen is celiac safe but the waiter was the weak link.
Dishes that are gluten free and those that can be modified to be gf are noted in the menu. A nice slightly upscale place that accommodates families and dinners looking for a step up. I had the lobster and asparagus risotto. Pretty good. Next time I'll try the swordfish. Wait staff was friendly and very aware of what was safe. I'll be back.
Knowledgable staff and good gf menu
Had a Beet & Goat Cheese Salad and the Sautéed Scallops. Was very good. No complaints. Some folks at the table thought the food was a little bland. All and All good food.
They had notations on the menu for GF items. I tried the fish tacos. But they came with battered jalapeños. I'm not sure that they completely understand.
Had an excellent meal! I had the mussels for my appetizer and the shrimp & scallop risotto for my entree. Delicious!
We enjoyed our meal at Wild Goose Tavern and I am confident it was gluten free. However, the waitress was unsympathetic and kept challenging me to whether I knew what contained gluten and what didn't. I have celiacs, so I am pretty aware of what I can and can not eat, and was surprised and quite frankly turned off by her attitude. I did have words with the waitress when she said that a sauce that contained gluten would be included on my plate, but I didn't want anything put on my food that could potentially get me sick. So, the sauce was removed. I had the chicken entree which was good. We called ahead which was the right thing to do because it allowed us to walk right in....otherwise, we would have had a wait. Overall, a good experience and the staff seemed knowledgable, but maybe a little too much so. Nevertheless, I had a good meal and I didn't get sick. Always a key!
Just ate there tonight, part of our annual trek to Chatham. Our son is GF and CF, my sister-in-law is GF. there are many choices on the menu for GF and each option is marked with an asterisk. The food is always very good and the service too. Never had a reaction. The GF fries are great!
I had the opposite experience of the previous rater. My daughter has a lot of diet restrictions (gf among them) and the Wild Goose is one of our go-tos. The 'ok' may have been because so much of their offerings are gf. French fries included. Highly recommend!
First of all the service here is very poor. Then when I informed the waiter that I had a gluten sensitivity the reply was just "ok". There were no suggestions on what could be made gluten free so I just stuck to a small salad.... Won't be going back here.