Had the nachos. Celiac friendly. Currently, a hotel in the Grand Canyon is being sued for exposing a celiac to gluten at one of their restaurants (not this one). SO, they were extra careful with my order and had both the manager and chef come out to talk to me and reassure me they had changed gloves, etc. They made sure to take care of me. :)
Foods marked gluten free are not prepped in a separate area. Pancakes were marked GF on the menu but server said they were cooked on the same griddle as regular pancakes. Also not many options for vegetarians. Do yourself a favor and bring your food from home.
Gluten free bread for all of their hot and cold sandwiches—burgers included. I had the salad with chicken which was gluten free. You order at kiosks and the staff was helpful with telling us how to input our allergies. They did toast the gf bread and my celiac son did great with it.
They didn't have the gluten free items listed on the menu, so I asked and they had a wonderful list of gluten free items. I ended up getting the pancakes, and they were delicious. I was asking when I picked them up if they were gluten free (because I always want to make sure), and the gentleman who took our order was already there making sure. That was service above and beyond in my book!
They know about gluten. Tell them right after you order and the cashier will ensure the meal is GF. Had a good turkey sandwich on GF bread with chipotle spread. Salad bar. GF and vegan chili and hamburgers on GF buns are also available. Plenty of options including a large kid's menu. My family of 4 ate lunch for $32. We will go back.
They have incredible gluten free pancakes for breakfast. The kitchen staff is very accommodating of celiacs. They are aware of cross contamination and make sure to prepare food in a separate cleaned area from the rest of the food. I would eat there again with zero worries of getting glutened.
This restaurant has the most gluten-free options for the best price that I've found in Grand Canyon National Park!! Almost ALL of their entrées are gluten-free!! I ordered a burger and they gave me a GF bun. I also ordered a baked potato that comes plain and then you add your toppings at the salad bar. All entrées come with non-GF cornbread, but they can leave that off. They all come with a side AND a side salad. I had plenty of food, and we paid around $35 TOTAL for our family of four. You order at a kiosk, but there are people there to help you make your selections. When you place your order, give your receipt to one of these people, and they will take it directly to the kitchen and inform them about your gluten free needs. The kitchen will be sure to change their gloves before handling your food. The quality of my food was pretty good, too!! I was very pleased and felt like they really understood my needs. Yay!!