I was a little bit skeptical of eating at Kroll’s. I’d called ahead and found there was not much to eat that was gluten free, and they also didn’t seem to know much about gluten in general. I’d eaten there in my gluten-filled glory days and loved it, but knew that I could no longer eat the knoephla soup or fried dough, so I had Culvers on my mind as a back-up.
as it turns out, I had a few options to choose from, even while my waitress was “not familiar” with what gluten was.. I was debating ordering the egg salad (without the sandwich (bread), but opted instead for a breakfast meal, as that is much easier to navigate without help. I ended up ordering a delicious hashbrown skillet with green peppers, onion, bacon crumbles, and cheese. they had 3 hashbrown skillets, and all three appeared to be pretty safe choices. to my surprise, it also came with two eggs, as well as a bread option. I assumed I would just forgo that part, when they suddenly mentioned that the had gluten free bread! (Udi’s). had I known that I would’ve reconsidered the egg salad sandwich or a BLT. but my skillet was really good, and completely filling. in fact, it lasted me breakfast for two additional mornings 🙂 I asked for my bread to be cooked on the grill instead of the toaster, in a place where bread/ gluten isn’t handled, of course. and it was delicious, my favorite part of the meal, I think! it makes me wonder why I don’t make toast at home more often.. but I don’t know the last time I opened one of those little jelly packets at a restaurant to spread on toast, it made me very nostalgic!
anyway, I actually loved my meal and would happily visit here again. there aren’t many choices, but I was very happy with the ones I could spot.