This restaurant was amazing! They had a separate gluten free menu. After we ordered with our knowledgeable waiter, two kitchen managers came out to review our allergies and food restrictions with us. Our meals were all well labeled and yummy as well.
Hit and Miss. Extremely server dependent. Most recent visit, server said yeah, yeah and then they delivered the meal items with gluten ingredients. Like you specify a GF burger with no cheese, no chips, no fries, and it arrives with a wheat bun. No real apologies until you ask for the manager. Use caution during peak hours. You're likely to get seriously glutened if not careful.
GREAT food. Designated gluten-free menu. And they can make the street tacos with corn instead of wheat.
Great gluten free menu with many delicious options
Gluten Free. Great food and great service!!!!!
— Not at all
They provide a lot of gluten-sensitive choices, but they do not offer a Celiac kitchen.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I had a Beyond Burger with vegan cheese and the gluten-free bun was the best I've ever had.
I ordered gluten free chicken tacos on corn tortillas and they served me flour ones. I didn’t notice until my second taco and got extremely sick. I’m not sure if it was the waitress or kitchen. Be careful!
Not a place if you have celiac. Ordered a burger, no bun, no toppings with side of mashed potatoes. The manager came out and asked if I had celiac... wow I thought! Someone knows what the world celiac means?!!! Well no they do not. I was glutened within 20 minutes. My other celiac friend went here for a salad on lunch break, it has croutons on it. After going though her allergy and also being asked if she had celiac so they can prepare separate. NOT CELIAC SAFE
— Not at all
Wait staff is not knowledgable and there seems to be no effort put into making "gluten-friendly" items safe for celiacs.
— Separate gluten-free menu
— Below Average
Options are very limited. This is the "we have salad" school of thought in serving gluten-free customers. Sorry, but a salad is not enough to bring me back.
This is just another chain restaurant making a half-a$$ effort to serve gluten-free customers just to say that they did. No concern shown for celiacs or others with medically-necessary gluten-free diets.
The staff was great! I ordered my food and made the waiter aware of my allergy. He made sure to read my order back to me and then the manager came over to check in about my allergy and noted that I had celiac. He said the kitchen would make all precautions to avoid cross contamination. Very impressed. I felt safe eating and did not get sick.
Only negative was the hostess not being educated on gluten free (was told she didnt know if I could order from the gluten free menu at 10 am) Had a decent gluten free menu. I dont believe they have a dedicated fryer or GF buns. We ate here twice and they made me plain eggs the one day for breakfast on request (wasnt that hungry ) and assured me several times that it was kept separate from everything else. Also ordered a quinoa/beet salad to go (to take on the plane) . It was delicious and packaged nicely to take with and was a good size. Prices are very affordable too.
I live nearby and love The Village, so I have eaten here quite a few times. I always specify that I'm ordering from the gluten free menu and request dairy free as well. If I order the lettuce wrapped Beyond Burger I don't have any problems but they rarely get my order right if I order tacos. Yesterday my shrimp tacos were served to me on flour tortillas even though the server said she requested gluten free. When I asked another employee if the rice was gluten free he said "Yes, it should be" (that answer was a bit "iffy" for me). Luckily I am only gluten sensitive, not celiac, but if I was celiac I would not feel confident eating here. They did prepare a new meal for me and comp my meal but I'd rather have a safe meal in the first place.
Asked about gluten free when we arrived and they brought out a "gluten friendly" menu. Had a disclaimer at the bottom that they can't guarantee no cross contamination. When I asked further, the waitress got the manager for me, who was coeliac herself. She said they will cook in a separate pan for me and told me which sides I could have. I had a cheese burger with a GF bun, with mashed potato and Caeser salad with no croutons. I found it to be very coeliac friendly, but it may not have been if the manager wasn't there.
Fantastic staff, the waiters communicate with the kitchen staff. I've been many times, never got sick
Giving 1 star because I can’t give 0 stars. The food was delicious and staff was helpful but I still managed to get extremely sick with the worst gluten reaction I’ve had in a long time. Even after confirming with our waitress that everything was GF as it came out, this food was clearly unsafe for me to eat and my last night in Vegas was ruined. Do not eat here if you have a high sensitivity or Celiac.
The staff knew which Gf options were available. BUT when my lamb burger was delivered and I asked if it was GF bun the server said yes. One bite in the other waitress came back and said they gave me the wrong sandwich and said they’d remake it. The manager then came and said not to worry as the bun was right but the meat was beef and not lamb. However when the new sandwich came it was on an obviously different bun. A clearly GF bun, so the first bun had been a regular gluten bun!!! A free meal doesn’t make up for health impacts.
The website shows GF options but in the restaurant the print menu does not indicate what is gf-friendly. The meal I ate ended up having fried shrimp and I was disappointed because I thought I had made a safe decision.
The waitress offered my son with celiac butteted noodles, because only the sauce has gluten (not even remotely true). She wasn't aware of ehat gluten was and eent bavk to ask the chef a question three seperate times before we gave up. My son ate white rice, and we will just catch an early dinner sonewhere else.
I really appreciate the vegan and gluten free options but the quality control needs to be improved! My Beyond Burger came out on a regular bun. Luckily I realized there was no way the bun was GF and requested it be remade before I took a bite! Could have gone very wrong for me otherwise. Our server was awesome in recommending I get with with a lettuce wrap as their GF bun isn’t vegan. Hoping next visit will be a 5 star one!
Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. I expressed my cross-contamination worries before ordering & was actually heard and respected. I ordered the spicy shrimp tacos and they were great! I would definitely eat here again.
The food has to go through the manager to be allergy approved. The gf bun fir the burger was fantastic. Servers were very careful- we sat at the bar and ate so that may have been a help. They brought me gf drinks to sample and double checked my order. I had a great meal, great service, and didn't get sick
Ask for the gluten free menu to get a wide variety of choices! They even have gluten free buns for sandwiches (which I didn’t try). The street tacos were delicious and served in a double corn tortilla. Great place for celiac sufferers!
Appreciated having a separate gluten free menu and ordered the porcini encrusted halibut with mashed potatoes, asparagus, and bok choy with porcini cream sauce. Waitress was well informed of GF celiac needs. Also, a staff member separate from waitress visited table to confirm they would change gloves and take precautions with my meal prep. Same member also inquired about my family’s satisfaction with the condition of the bathroom upon our exit from the restroom area. Good customer service! Food was delicious too!! No tummy upset and I was able to enjoy time on the National Mall after the meal in comfort.
Been here several times and usually had good experiences. Tonight I had a hair in my food and the manager was rude when I asked a questioned about the rest of my meal. If a hair can be in my food, cross contamination can easily occur. Won’t rush back here.
Back staff made a mistake and brought out gluten food twice (not what was ordered) and was slightly confused what we were saying when we sent it back. Waiter put it in correct. Manager hand delivered correct food and comped my wife's meal. Food was excellent. Gluten free menu.
Unfortunately the two times I ate there, I was sick. The GF menu is not extensive which is fine, but if you offer GF options it would be best to have dedicated space to lessen the risk of cross contamination
They have a GF menu and it’s easy to understand. I had a steak with a cream sauce, carrots, asparagus and Parmesan mash potatoes. It was lovely. I’ve actually had this same meal at the Yard House in Sacramento and both times it went very well.
They have a gluten free menu. However even after ordering from the GF menu and advising the waitress of my allergy I still got sick immediately after eating. They were busy so I'm sure it was just alot of cross contamination. Would not recommend though since I got sick.
We had a GREAT waiter. He and his manager both were so intent on finding out answers for me, like whether or not the margaritas were gluten free. Together we figured it out. They are. I ordered the sushi dish off the gluten free menu, and it doesn't share a dish with anything that might cause a cross contamination issue. Overall, we had a lovely experience here and I trusted the waiter because he was very diligent and we worked together. I didn't get sick after eating here.
Separate gluten “sensitive” menu. They do not claim to be gluten free or advertise that they attempt to prevent cross contamination. However, I ordered asparagus and they offered to steam it for me to avoid gluten contamination and the use of dairy products to sauté. Menu was a typical restaurant variety, nothing special. Food was good. Burgers served on a lettuce wrap, no gf bun and no fries for gluten sensitive. Server was very kind and accommodating when she could be.