I have celiac and never had a problem eating at cowboy chicken. Their website has allergy info. The food is amazing!
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Love Cowboy Chicken! They are able to accommodate all of our allergies (wheat, corn and dairy!) Great for a quick dinner. Kids eat free on Mondays.
— Separate gluten-free menu
Cowboy Chicken is one of our favorites! We usually get a whole chicken. There is a Tomato/Cucumber salad, fresh green beans, and baked sweet potato. Most of the other sides have gluten. The meal comes with rolls that we ask to be served on a separate plate. Great food! Did I mention they have some of the best flavored tea in the city?
The girl working was totally rude and had no clue about anything. I asked for the allergy list and ordered a chicken salad with no croutons and got croutons on my salad. Don’t go there if you have celiac
This is out go-to place for our daughter. All their rotisserie chicken is hormone and gluten free. The only veggie that I know that is gluten free are the green beans. we ask for NO roll and ask them type in to change gloves for an allergy. most of the people we have dealt with understand allergy and are friendly to help. they also have gluten free chicken enchiladas which are amazing but a little spicy if it's a kid your feeding. we eat here often and our daughter has never had any problems and she tends to be super sensitive. I would highly recommend this place!!! the food taste great also!
Wood fired rotisserie chicken. We tried a whole chicken and a couple plates of enchiladas. Food is delicious.
Family meals are a bit pricey. We’re not into the side options. So we just ordered ‘a la cart’.
Side options are corn, beans, rice, salad, etc
Had the enchiladas (listed as wheat free on their allergen list). They were def corn tortillas and probably fine (unless they changed their tortilla supplier from previous reviewers). There was no info on their list about the sauce and I assumed it was included with the enchiladas (ie wheat free). I should know better to assume by now - there was definitely gluten in something in the enchiladas. My sides (sweet potato and green beans) were not suspect. I’m sure the chicken is fine - just be careful / avoid the enchiladas.
I asked about gluten free items and they gave me a allergen list. On it, dinner rolls and PBJ were not listed as containing wheat. I decided not to eat there because I didn’t want to risk it as they didn’t seem knowledgable about gluten free.
Fantastic GF chicken! So excited about this restaurant....wood fired rotisierre makes for wonderful flavor. The chicken enchildas with green tomatillo sauce are awesome too but our favorite is the rotisierre chicken. Highly recommended !
I am always very nervous trying new restaurants, but had no reason to be so here. I called ahead to check about cross contamination likelihood and felt comfortable giving it a try. I got the 1/4 chicken, twice baked potato, and a side salad with the vinaigrette. It’s 4 hours later and I just thought to myself “hey! I’m not sick!” I tend to react within an hour of exposed to gluten, so the fact that I didn’t even think of it until now, and I’m still feeling good is a really good thing. Glad to be able to add another restaurant into my small rotation!
We were given a gift card here and were delighted to find most things on the menu were gluten free. The staff was knowledgeable. They have a gluten free menu and tons of naturally gluten free options including the amazing enchiladas. Their sweet tea is pretty amazing AND they are great for picking up takeout for a family. They have lots of preset family style packages for takeout on the menus
Please be mindful that the platter comes with a rather large roll in the middle of the plate. It does not say it comes with a roll on the menu. Also they DO NOT have a gluten free menu. They only give you an allergen list. At the register the guy relentlessly tried to get me to buy a cookie or cobbler after knowing I was gluten free. They are not very knowledgeable. Both my friend and I got glutened pretty significantly after eating here.
They provided an allergy list. However, after ordering our gluten free options, they repeatedly asked if we wanted cobbler. This was a sign of things to come. Our order arrived with a gluten-filled large roll in the middle of the plate even though no roll is mentioned on the menu or by the person who took our orders. I would have clarified if I had known. Not a gluten free knowledgeable location.