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Went a an O'Charleys in Mansfield ohio last night. When I asked about gluten free items she brought me their allergy book.

This book covered every allergy I have aver heard of. It also had all nutritional information for all the food. How it worked is In the book it listed all the food in the restaurant. Then across the top marked with an X was the allergen in that food.

It was so easy and there was a wonderful choice of food. The also mark your food ticket with your allergy so there are no mistakes in the kitchen. They also include all condiments and the like.

It was the best night out I've had in a long time!!! Be well


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Do you remember what you ordered?

Yup, I remember

Planked salmon


Baked potato

Cesar salad, no croutons

It was delicious

I've also had their Sirloin, very tasty.

The waitress even asked if we wanted the bread on the table.


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I was just diagnosed with Celiac in July so eating out is really challenging. Today we went to O'Charleys & I had a great gluten-free experience! I had the grilled salmon with asparagus (no sauce - I added salt, pepper & fresh lemon wedge juice at the table to be as careful as possible) and it was delicious! Our waiter was understanding & polite. Best of all I am not experiencing any unpleasant symptoms after eating!


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