They have a "gluten sensitive" menu with the usual disclaimer about possible cross contamination however, the waitress said they would take the necessary steps to avoid cc, they just don't want to be held liable in the event someone gets sick. They even had my food brought out separately, which rarely happens, so they seem to understand proper procedures.
I ordered the Ahi Tuna Caesar, no croutons. It was delicious and no reaction.
Mostly this place gets it right. It's one of the few go to places near where I work where I can go that I can depend on for a gluten free meal. They have a gluten free menu, however you have to specifically tell your server to remove specific items from the regular dish. The menu tells you what to remove to make it gluten free. Once I ordered from the gluten free menu and the server served me my tacos, I bit into them and had a horrific sinking feeling as I realized the tortillas were FLOUR not corn. The sweet lady that waited on me was very sorry, but I don't think she realized how devastating her mistake was. I got severely sick. She asked about my disease and what my symptoms were, which was nice of her, but it was too late for me that day. Since then, she has served me and there has been no problems. I order the Carne Asada (steak tacos) a la carte with corn tortillas and as long as there are no flour tortillas I am fine and don't get sick. I'm also allergic to dairy so I also make sure there is no creamy dressing or cheese, which there is not, but I mention also my dairy allergy as a precaution. The other thing I order is the spicy tuna roll. I get conflicting info about this food item from servers. Twice I have had two different servers claim that it is not gluten free even though it's on the gluten free menu with the caveat to not serve it with the soy dressing. When these servers have talked to the kitchen the chef claims that the tuna is premade and has gluten, however I have ordered this item dozens of times in the GF version without any problems. Perhaps they are being overly cautious?? Who knows?? When you order the spicy tuna roll, it comes with three sauces, sirracha, sesame oil and soy vinegarette. Have them omit the soy vinegarette because it IS NOT gluten free. They used to put ginger chips on top, which were also not gluten free, but they don't use those chips any more. There are some other items on the menu that are gluten free (steak, salads, etc). There food tastes pretty good, but sometimes service can be relatively slow and their prices are guaranteed to be high. With careful ordering the wait staff for the most part are understanding and helpful.
We went because of the gluten sensitive menu only to learn that they cannot guarantee that anything is gluten free. We were told they have flour all around the kitchen and in the air. We left. A shame to have a gluten sensitive menu but be totally insensitive to Celiacs. Avoid.
I'm a strict celiac, and this place was very safe. The waitress noticed I had a gluten free menu and made sure I knew my options. The manager came to talk to me without me asking and told me they are going to change gloves, utensils, etc. to make sure there is no cross contamination. The menu has a lot of options, there is gluten free beer, and the food is really good.
Terrible service. Food was ok. They weren't very good about celiac and cautious with gluten. My friend ordered off the gluten free menu and they still brought out fish tacos with flour tortillas. The waitress never filled water glasses or came to check on how everyone was doing. And then she would never come pick up the checks so we could pay for our meals. Then she would take one and not the other.
In general, this place is amazing. However, for gluten-free purposes I was slightly disappointed. There is a decent cider selection and they have Omission bottles. Meal options are lacking... the Taco options sound amazing but are only available in flour tortillas. The main gluten free options seemed to really only be the salads.
Got sick here. I have a few allergies on top of the celiacs. Manager assured me I would be fine. My salad was brought out with eggs, one of the allergies. I should have known at that point. Maybe ok for non celiacs and maybe ok if you go when slow. But I got sick 😞
Decent choices - had steak taco, was full of flavor.
Review saying great, big gluten free menu couldn't be more wrong. Your choices are basically kale salad, ahi tuna, or a hamburger patty. That's not my idea of a good gluten free menu at all. Yard House is a great restaurant with tasty options, if you don't have to be gluten free.
They have a bigger sized gluten free menu than I expected. They had some salads, some taco choices, a couple different sandwiches that were pretty big (wrapped in lettuce, no bun) and some steak and fish choices. I asked them how they prepared the food and talked to the manager about it and was impressed with how they accommodate gf guests. I will definitely be coming back next time I'm there! Great service & great food.
Large GF option menu Very skeptical at first but the waitress was knowledgeable and I Didn't get sick (FYI I don't think they're designated GF ) I had "crusted salmon on kale and cauliflower" ....large meal Crusted does not mean breading etc... The meal was super yummy. (Share it and you'll be satisfied)
I have celiac disease and this place was amazing. Separate menu for "gluten sensitive" but very knowledgeable about cross contamination. Kitchen was willing to clean a stovetop for me, change gloves, and attempt to minimize contamination. My food accidentally came out with croutons on the (separately prepared) salad, they were happy to take it back and fully remake it. I had the pork burger (lettuce-wrapped) with a side salad and their blood orange vinaigrette, very delicious! Highly recommended to all celiacs in the area or just visiting.
I came here a couple weeks ago and they took great care of me. Ordered the deviled eggs, Caesar without croutons and a cheese burger wrapped in lettuce. Had several people check up on me throughout the email and assure it was prepared without cross contamination. Will be back. Very appreciative.
The restaurant has a specific menu with a variety of options (including salads, burgers, tacos, and fish). I talked with three different staff members while there, all aware of Celiacs. I was the only one in my group of ten with a food allergy, and everyone else spoke highly of their dinners as well. Definitely recommend. It is a quick walk from the conference center which was an added bonus.
They have a Gluten Sensitive menu. I had communicated to them that I had Celiac disease, and my server said the kitchen staff understood to keep all gluten away from my meal, but I was reacting to Gluten as soon as I finished my meal. This review is a warning to the Celiacs out there, perhaps it would work for Gluten Sensitive. Perhaps I should have know better...
There is a gluten sensitive menu. Makes me nervous when it says sensitive because I'm guessing that means cross contamination can happen. I've played it safe and only ordered salads. They are good and filling but I wish they had more options and were a little more celiac friendly. It's also incredibly loud in there on the weekends. My husband and I could barley hear each other speak over the music and 473838 million tvs. Better for a date night during the week :)
eh... okay so I will say this. not a ton of options for gluten free and there's No way with that kitchen that there isn't cross contam. however yes the food tasted good. my mom ordered the chicken sandwich (lettuce wrapped) with Parmesan mashed pot. and I got the cheeseburger lettuce wrapped with brocolli. I did try some of hers, both came off the gluten free menu. well....let's just say I was sick all night long, if your celiac I'm sure you know what I mean by that... sigh.. I was hopeful because the food, especially mashed potatoes tasted so good, however it was a major fail for me o well...not that many options anyways.
Very friendly and accommodating. Decent gluten free menu and pretty knowledgeable. I had the Deviled eggs. Very awesome. Just ate do don't know about cross contamination but if I don't get sick, they did a wonderful job, above my expectations!
How can a restaurant claim to have a GF menu that simply tells you to tell your server to remove most items from your dish and then pay full price! The Yard House is insulting to us and if they don't change we should boycott them. When I saw the menu I walked out.
While I didn't get sick, I won't say it is celiac friendly. Menu is labeled "gluten sensitive" as they cannot guarantee that their food doesn't have any cross contamination. I ate the deviled eggs as an appetizer and the street tacos wrapped in lettuce for the entree. The meal came with pinto beans and brown rice My meal was excellent! Sadly, no dessert options available for people with celiacs. Just be cautious!
Quite honestly there isn't much you can have other than meat and salad. If that's what you have a taste for, pair it with some hard cider and you're good to go. Ask about their gluten free dipping sauces, awesome. The seared ahi tuna salad is excellent as well.
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