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Has anyone been here? Is it any good?

I just went there last night! It was delicious. Its a limited menu. I had salmon with the mango sauce, garlic whipped potatoes and a spaghetti squash that is slightly sweet.

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I think they seem to have good practices.  At least the one here, seems to have well-trained professional waiters and cooks/chefs.  They seem a bit over careful as they wouldn't let me have the special last night, even though it should have been gluten-free.  It is also a place where there isn't a lot of gluten cooked.  For example, they may bread shrimp and fry it but everything on the grill is just plain meat.  the sauces are added on the plate.  Most of the sides are naturally gluten-free.  

 

that said - I like to go on Sunday night about 7 pm when it isn't very busy.  Less chance of accidents or rushed chefs or wait staff.

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It is fantastic. They have been trained by GIG.

They always make sure I am taken care of. The staff is very celiac-savvy. IMHO

I cannot say enough "good stuff"  about Bonefish.

I reviewed them on Find me Gluten free.

I have eaten during rush hour during season here in FL--still okay!

Enjoy!

 

I love the chilean sea bass with mango salsa and hubs does the Filet. 

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I won't lie, it can be a bit pricey depending on what you want to eat.

the sea bass is up there price-wise.

Prices range from $ to $$$$.

I  just have apps sometimes like the mussels or .

the saucy shrimp is good and then maybe a dessert...

the creme brulee is...yummedy!! 

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Seems like the fish ranged from about $14-28  - depends on the fish and they have a small or large serving.  Small is plenty big.  But they come with the veggie of the day (for us it was the Squash) and one side like Garlic whipped potatoes or jasmine rice or green beans.

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I've been to Bonefish Grill several times...I'm in the Chicagoland area.  I have never had any problem with any of my gluten free choices.  Over this past weekend, I went to Weber Grill and I was just so happy to see a HUGE HUGE HUGE gluten free menu.  They served Udi's gluten-free Buns with their burgers...and they make a barbque sauce that is apparently gluten free.  I will definitely go back there!

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head there every time i'm in the Chicago area. great place. Never had a problem . In Skokie Illinois they  took me into the  gluten free kitchen area once. Well separated.

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bonefish is one of my 'go-to' restaurants as i can usually find one nearby and have had very good luck :)  i've eaten at one in knoxville, tn, one in johnson city, tn, one in winston-salem, nc, and one in panama city, fl.  on one hand, i wish they had a bigger gluten-free menu, maybe make one of the 'specials' gluten-free.  on the other hand, i'm thankful i can eat out with relative confidence.   and if you're in cincinnati, oh, DON'T eat at the red robin at the mall in madeira!!  :(

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