The choice on the menu ranged from grills to burgers with all kinds of offerings in between. Once we got our drinks we placed our food order, I finally settled on something I haven't had in a long time; a rack of ribs complete with chips (yes they were in their own fryer) and side salad. My Mum who also has a gluten intolerance decided on a steak, a pretty standard dish for any gluten free person!
While waiting for the food to be freshly cooked, Mum tried her Daura Damm Gluten Free Lager and said it tasted like normal lager. Honestly I don't even know how that tastes so I will take her word for it.
With the chance of dessert that isn't ice cream we certainly couldn't leave without pud, we might have been rather full up but with a list of around 6 desserts including apple pie and creme brulee we had to try something.
One of the listings was for Daim cake, I have had this before, it is the one you can buy in most supermarkets in the freezer aisle, but I decided that was just what I fancied. Mum settled on the creme brulee which was homemade.
As we went to pay the landlord served us, as we were chatting we learnt he was Coeliac himself so knew all the procedures that needed to be put in place and this was way all the staff were so knowledge, so if we were ever in a slight bit of doubt we could be sure that everything was prepared as safely as possible... if not they would have a Coeliac landlord to deal with.
We can't wait to go back and sample more food from off the menu. With lovely staff and a great menu they are sure to do well with both none gluten free food and gluten free!