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Last time I was there, I dined on a fig and prosciutto chickpea flatbread, followed by incredible roast duck. Although Neal was sipping a glutinous brew, I had a whole page of GF beers to choose from, plus the waiter brought out a charcuterie board for us to sample. Typically, the pre-dinner breadbasket and snacks are off-limits, but everything on the charcuterie board (including the bread) was gluten free (and incredibly yummy). I left feeling full and happy, and I can't wait to go back!
The menu changes regularly, but you can't go wrong. Make a reservation, enjoy a delicious meal, then head to Churchkey (the bar upstairs) for another drink.