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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Fleming's is corporately owned by Outback Steakhouse (also, Carrabba's and Roy's). Their corporate chef advised that the company is updating its website to list the gluten-free items but provided this list in the interim:

Gluten free foods:

• All steaks are okay just to let you know they do come topped off with butter

• The peppercorn sauce should be avoided due to stocks being made with bases.

• Pork chops are marinated in a brine but is gluten free the sauce is also gluten free

• Chicken dish is marinated in an Italian seasoning that may contain glutens as well the sauce is made with a stock made with a little chicken base not okay

• All seafood dishes are okay except the breaded shrimp

• We have daily specials that you will need to ask about ingredients

• Shrimp & Lobster salad is okay

• Cheese plate without croutons okay

• Tenderloin carpaccio without croutons okay

• All salads without the croutons okay

• All salad dressings are okay

• Fresh berries, Cr

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And add Bonefish Grill to the list of Outback restaurants with a gluten-free menu.

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This is amazing!!! Why is it so hard for other restaurant chains to come up with this sort of information??

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