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Posted 05 April 2014 - 04:08 PM

I will have a chance to eat at Bonefish Grill in a couple of weeks.  Has anyone been there?  Is it as safe as some of the reviews I've read online?  


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Posted 05 April 2014 - 06:39 PM

I eat at the one by me. The food on the gluten-free menu is gluten-free, no matter who they make it for. They just don't have a lot of gluten stuff. To me, this makes it even better. They had a special , one night, that I knew had to be gluten-free. We asked the waiter who talked to the chef ( chef not cook, also an important factor). The chef said I couldn't have it - they had not gone through their process to make sure it was gluten-free.
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Posted 06 April 2014 - 08:02 AM

The one in Skokie Il. north of Chicago was pretty good with an extensive gluten-free menu. They showed me the part of the kitchen that was only for gluten-free prep. It's owned by the same company that owns Outback and Roys.

I will have a chance to eat at Bonefish Grill in a couple of weeks.  Has anyone been there?  Is it as safe as some of the reviews I've read online?  


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Posted 06 April 2014 - 09:48 AM

Thanks for responding.  I'll soon be at Navarre Beach, and I was so hoping that I could find at least ONE safe place to eat rather than cook at the rented condo the whole time.  I know I've been "glutened" a few times, but have not really had any ill effects that I could identify, until -- I ate at Five Guys last weekend!  Oh boy!  Now, I know what it feels like, and a week later, I'm still dealing with the fatigue.  Holy Cow!  A week!  I just don't want to ruin a quick get away feeling horrible the whole time.  


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