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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Thank you for contacting Chili's for information on menu items that would be suitable for

your dietary needs.

At Chili's, a top priority is always the health and safety of our guests. As part of this

ongoing commitment, we provide the most current allergen menu information available

from our food suppliers on the eight most common allergens to help our guests with food

allergies to make informed food selections. Below is a link to suggested menu items for

Egg, Fish, Dairy, Peanuts, Shellfish, Soy, Tree Nuts, and Wheat/Gluten allergens.

Because this list expires on a MONTHLY basis, please be sure to contact us for an

updated version or please bookmark the below link and check it at the first of every

month. We hope that you are able to choose a meal to your liking and look forward to

serving you soon.

http://www.brinker.com/gr/allergens/Chilis%20Allergen.PDF

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Wow that is awesome and I love the idea that they are updating it on a monthly basis. Good for Chili's, its nice to see them stepping up!

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I thought so too! And the menu actually had a decent selection. And I can get the potato soup :rolleyes:

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I have eaten at Chili's several times now, since I discovered their online updated menu. Their chicken caesar salad is delicious, and my daughter had the potato soup. I only asked them to mix the salad separately, of course.

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Chili's Baked Potato Soup is seriously good!

I love how they serve it with bacon and cheese on top of the soup!

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I love that this is now ONLINE!! You used to have to call them every month to get the info :) Way to go Chilis!!

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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I love that this is now ONLINE!! You used to have to call them every month to get the info :) Way to go Chilis!!

-Jessica :rolleyes:

Yeah, that is totally helpful. I printed it out at New Years and took it with me to my local Chilis so I could have dinner with friends there. I got the Margarita Chicken without tortilla strips and it was Really Good!!!!

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I tried to eat at a Chili's in downtown Chattanooga, TN last night and they were completely dismissive of me and told me that they couldn't do anything gluten-free. I asked to talk to the manager and was told he was busy. Needless to say, we won't go back there. We went to Outback instead and had a Wonderful experience. I'll try a different Chili's sometime, but not that one. Thanks for the info.

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wow I can't believe Chillis has so many good reviews on here. My experience tonight was horrible. I went there with a big group of friends to celebrate a birthday. I had checked online prior to going to make sure they had a gluten-free menu, which they do. Once I got there though, the waiter had no idea what I was talking about and it took him almost 20 minutes to finally find one, well after everyone else had already ordered. I had already gotten sick from Outback and Bugaboo around here (probably from cross-contamination), so I was trying to be cautious. I decided to just get some mashed potatoes with cheese. Well, the ignorant waiter brought out some mashed potatoes covered in GRAVY. When I told him I couldn't eat that, and that it said so very clearly on the gluten-free menu he had given me, he just replied "Well how was I supposed to know gluten was in that." He left the plate of potatoes on the table and left to get everyone else's food. 15 minutes later he brought out a new plate of potatoes... no cheese. I was so hungry by then I just ate it and tried to not make a scene. I was so annoyed by this waiter's arrogance, I don't think I will ever eat there again. I would have said something to the manager if I wasn't out with a group of people, but honestly... when the waiters aren't even educated on the special cooking needs of some of their customers it's pretty scary!! Beware of Chillis.

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