Starting with the good: the food was tasty, staff knowledgeable and helpful, and they even have a gluten sensitive menu. Why three stars? For starters, the GF items are what I'd consider "low effort". Yes, a salad is gluten free. A hamburger patty wrapped in lettuce is gluten free. A corn-shelled taco is gluten free. Anything fried (like tortilla chips) are fried in a shared fryer. It appears that they don't go out of their way to have actual gluten-free items though. Not even a gluten free pizza crust, which most places order frozen in bulk anyways. My point is that, if you're in Seattle, I think there are so many better ways you can enjoy gluten free food from places that will go out of their way to keep gluten-free items in stock.
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.
Nice GF menu, but it is a shared kitchen, so be careful about what you order and be very stern with the waiter to verify you need gluten free. Our waiter seemed knowledgeable but the food runner was clueless when I ask him yo verify my order was GF. The only beer they had was Omission which is not considered GF by most celiacs. Nice atmosphere, just be cautious.
Brought out my lettuce wrapped burger with gluten fries touching it. I also have a dairy allergy... Sent back the cheeseless burger that was touching the gluten fries and they brought back a burger with a salad covered in croutons with a burger dripping in cheese. Great waiter but the manager and kitchen staff had no clue what they were doing.
They have a couple of unique ciders, but the only beer they have is Omission which still effects me. The gluten sensitive menu is extensive, and the guacamole with veggies and deviled eggs are really good. No fried food and chips with guac, salsa or hummus.
If I could post negative stars I would. My first order of GF chicken came out, I cut into it and it was raw. Bloody at the bone. The waitress acted as if I was being unreasonable when I asked if it could be cooked throughly. Everyone else’s meal came out. The other fried chicken for the table was brought out on a large blue plate. When what I thought was my GF chicken came to the table, I checked to make sure it was done. As I took a bite of it the waitress came to the table to check on us. One that was in our party said she was still waiting for her chicken. The waitress points to what I had just taken a bite of and said that’s it. They have zero way of keeping GF order and regular orders separate. The manager did bring the third order out that I had already said I didn’t want.
They have a gluten free menu and lots of options. Unfortunately, the wait staff is not careful when inputting my order. After letting them know of my allergy, they put croutons on my salad. Unrelated, they also charged us twice for my meal and there was no toilet paper in the restroom.
So staff was not knowledgeable. Went there in a two day period. First day I got a sauce with my steak that wasn’t gluten free. Even tho I double checked. Next day came back and ordered the same thing, no sauce. I asked why. New waitress says it contains wheat. I was sick for a week. It’s a fine place . But stick with basics and make sure you speak with manager.
I eat here a lot and have yet to get sick. I usually order the César salad with chicken and of course they put no croutons. I’ve also had the lettuce wrapped burger with a salad on the side and it had great flavor! I admit there is probably a risk of cross contamination but they’ve always seemed very careful- a manager or chef always brings my food out separately and they really seem to have a knowledge of what a serious gluten allergy is. So far so good!
I had a very bad experience here. They brought out a salad covered in croutons after I was very clear with them about my gluten intolerance. They took it back to kitchen and brought a “new” salad. It became very clear to me later that they had just taken croutons off the salad and brought back to me. I was very sick for days after eating there. I will never go back as they don’t understand gluten free.
Had directly off their gluten free menu, double checked on cross contamination, had to send salad back because they just picked off the croutons. And still got sick as a dog from the food. Not celiac or wheat allergen friendly.
The staff was not knowledgeable about the gluten free options. The restaurant has a gluten free menu which I order from for takeout. The chicken avocado sandwich came with a bun. Other than the lack of understanding and bum which was not gluten free (cross contamination) the place is great. Be careful.
Amazing service, Great food. Recommend the Mediterranean Salmon. I am very very easy to get cross contaminated and I felt great after my meal, Really good chefs and a good location for someone with celiac disease. I’m considering going back tonight for seconds🤤
I went to Yardhouse last night with a group for my birthday. I asked for a gluten free menu, which I thought had a lot of wonderful choices. My waitress, Haylie, was very thoughtful throughout the process. Even commenting and writing down gluten free when I didn’t remind her. My friends, unbeknownst to me, pulled her aside to tell her it was my birthday and she worked with them to figure out an option because they usually give cake. They’ve just gotten in a new creme brûlée cheesecake. It was INCREDIBLE and my friends told me she was the one that prompted the change in desserts, again without being reminded. Very happy with our service and I haven’t had any side effects! I had the blackened shrimp tacos, extraordinary! -I’m not as sensitive to cross contamination-
This restaurant is not celiac friendly. Their "gluten sensitive" menu says there can be cross contamination. The options are very bland with no seasonings and are over priced; there are no gluten free buns or fries which is disappointing in a bar-like restaurant. The atmosphere is very loud. Not impressed.