Publick House

I recently contacted The Publick House in Brookline to inquire about any gluten-free options they might have. Below is the e-mail I received in response:

"Hi GFboston,

We do not have a distinct gluten-free menu at this point, but we often have people with gluten allergies dine without much difficulty. All of our waitstaff and kitchen staff are very sensitive to food allergies and dietary restrictions, and menu items are made to order, so a number of them can be modified to be gluten free.

Regarding the fries, we have two different kinds. The regular hand-cutfrench fries are fried in oil that fries breaded items, but our Belgian-style frites are fried in their own separate oil, so that is a possibility.

Thanks,
The Publick House"

As a Publick House lover, I will DEFINITELY be over for some Belgian-style frites ASAP! Very excited :)

2 comments:

Anonymous said...
September 29, 2010 at 7:51 PM

Good to know about the frites at the Publick House. By the way, I also live in the Boston area, and maintain a listing of Boston area restaurants with gluten free options on my blog, www.glutenfreediscoveries.blogspot.com

Allie said...
October 1, 2010 at 12:22 PM

those fries are AMAZING, soooo good - i've eaten there many times and been fine.

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