Tribeca (San Antonio)

Rating: A


This place is so delicious I don’t even know what to do with myself. They would definitely get an A+ if they had a gluten free menu or advertised the fact that they can accommodate gluten allergies.

We tried a bunch of items on the menu. Unfortunately, they don’t have a separate fryer for their gluten free items, so their truffle fries are not gluten free, but their brussels sprouts made up for it (I never thought I would say that either)
Just mention that you have a gluten allergy, and this place will hook you up. And it’s actually really reasonably priced!
Here is their menu

Brussels Sprouts (house-made pancetta,pecorino, rosemary vinaigrette and a poached farm egg)

I apologize for how ugly this picture is, but I’m telling you, the taste will more than make up for it.

 

Pesto Pasta with Chicken (Gluten free pasta, pine nuts, wild mushrooms, bluebonnet farm basil and spinach pesto

This was really mild and delicious. Not too Pesto-y, although I really like pesto, so I would have been okay with that. These were the best-cooked gluten free noodles I’ve ever had. Perfectly al dente.



Caprese (house pulled mozzarella, heirloom tomato, fresh basil and balsamic reduction)

Yum!!! :)


Grilled Ceasar (organic hearts of romaine, with roasted garlic and parmesan dressing

They made this gluten free for us and we added the cajun shrimp that comes on the Shrimp and Grits (amazing!). I really loved this salad. It was still cold, but had a charred flavor that I loved. And it was incredibly light, or at least it tasted like it was. :)