Nicola_A, 14th Jul 2017

Disappointed. They have lots of NCGI listed, but mostly fried food, and then a disclaimer saying not suitable for people with coeliac disease as cooked in the same oil as food containing gluten. The positive is that I didn't have to ask as didn't bother staying to eat. I didn't ask about the toasted gluten free bread, but I suspect that wouldn't be suitable either due to cross contamination.

iTunesConnect, 31st Aug 2016

Disappointingly the GF selection has reduced here over the years and you can no longer get things like fish and chips. Items are now marked on the menu as 'LG' (low gluten. E.G. chips fried in a contaminated fryer) and 'NG' (fully gluten free, with cross contamination controls in place). HOWEVER, my coeliac niece ordered steak and chips, which was marked at 'NG' (and we told our waitress at the time that we were both coeliac); once the chips arrived I questioned their GFness and found out that they were not GF! So, despite the menu having this item as NG AND us telling our server, my niece was almost glutenated. G'AHH So disappointing. I complained and was assured how seriously they took this matter and they promised me that the menu would be updated the next day. Over a week later and their online menu still states that the Steak & Chips are 'NG' (I haven't been into the restaurant so can't vouch for the paper menu).

Matt, 11th Jun 2016 (updated 11th Feb 2024)

Disclaimer: This place has been added by our community as somewhere that offers gluten free stuff. However, sometimes people make mistakes or things change; always check that your food / drink / whatever is gluten free before sticking it in your mouth.