I’m dairy free and very cautious celiac. Got the 10oz tri tip (with no BBQ sauce) and chose Idaho baked potato (with no butter) and steamed broccoli, since it comes with two side dishes. Asked for olive oil and put that with salt as my “butter”. Loved every bite. Leaving the place feeling very well.
Staff was knowledgeable. Brought me a separate GF menu with lots of options including all of their BBQ options and most of their sides. Menu states all of their BBQ sauces are GF. I played it safe with a steak and a baked potato. It was delicious and I didn’t get sick!
There is a GF menu, but ask for both so you get pricing and details. The terrific slaw is GF/DF and soy-free. The trout is very good if you say "no salt." The baked potatoes taste oven cooked as they should. Unfortunately, the quinoa salad is gone, but there is a new Farmer's Salad that includes quinoa.
Staff was very knowledgeable of the GF menu. Food was fantastic.
They have a larger gluten free menu. We had ribs lots of gf sides to choose from no fries but so many other choices you don't miss them. The ribs and mashed potatoes were excellent. I have celiac and get sick easy but I felt great! We will be back.
The GF menu is limited and does not feature any truly Celiac diner friendly items such as GF bread or deserts. The atmosphere and service are good, but your meal will still feel like it is unbalanced, especially as you "remove" items from your dishes.
I love this place! They have a large variety of gf items and ambiance is great. The tri tip and mashed potatoes are my favorite! Yum! Have dined here a few times and haven't experienced any issues :)
Spoke to the manager prior to ordering, she was very knowledgable and well versed in meal preparation and how the cooks accommodated those with gluten issues. She made me feel at ease and comfortable with their establishment. My meal came, the tri-tip, and it was excellent. There are few places that I will eat and Wood Ranch has definitely been added to that list.
Good food. Undertrained staff. Cross contaminated food (visibly--french fry from a shared fryer in his food that didn't come with fries) with my spouse's meal who is not Celiac but ordered gluten free to share with me. Manager apologized and gave us an amazing GF chocolate cake. Still sketchy. Since I don't have symptoms with cross-contamination, I cannot vouch for safety. Manager agreed that he needed to reiterate safety on the prep line. Probably an excellent place for GF dieters that are not medically sensitive.
They have gluten free menu with a large selection. They even had an awesome chocolate cake dessert. Staff was knowledgable and the food was excellent. Actually went 2 days later and we all ordered different things and they were excellent!
separate gf menu consists of directions on how to order without gluten. lots of choices. all bbq sauces gluten tree. Had bbq chicken salad without tortilla chips. I am a very sensitive celiac and did not get sick. I recommend this place!
Very good knowledge of gluten free issue. Selection of items good, and continues to be broadened.
Gluten free menu. I had an excellent time here with 2 exceptions. The gals that greet at the entrance insisted that ALL the bread they serve is gluten free (I knew there was no way this true & I was correct, but they need to stop giving false info) & when my meal (BBQ chopped chicken salad) arrived I'm glad I dug around before eating because it had the tortilla strips that were supposed to be omitted to make the dish gluten free. In their defense it was Mother's Day & we were a party of close to 20, so I think I just got served someone else's salad accidentally.