They warned me right away that there was a risk for cross contamination and I I was celiac I was at risk. That said, the beef roast was phenomenal! I did not get sick. Prices were fair for the town. My non gluten free daughter loved her french dip and fries although non-celiac hubby wasn't too impressed with the hamburger but loved the fries. So, overall, a great experience for the celiac and non celiac members as well.
Had the GF soup and beef pot roast which were both very tasty and I did not get glutened. Menu items that are GF have a GF abbreviation so that the menu is very clear on what is available. Our waitress also double checked with the kitchen for me when I asked about if the soup had flour in it as a thickening agent. Overall great experience. Don’t listen to The Karen above.
I only gave one star as 0 is not an option. I visit Estes Park around 5 times a year and have eaten at the wild rose a few times. Food tastes bad and is over priced. Owner/chef is very rude and would not allow me to send my food back when I complained. It was so bad I couldn't even figure out what it was. Not what I read on the menu. His response was if you don't like the food don't eat here and walked away, no refund. I will not ever eat at this establishment again and I advise all others not to either. There are too many good restaurants in Estes Park to waste money at this one. Avoid and keep walking your stomach and wallet will thank you.
Waitress offered gluten free buns and pasta as well as salad. They only put individually packaged gluten containing items on the salad bar and you build your own. The kitchen is a shared space so I'm not sure if it is considered celiac friendly. That would be something to ask.