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Village Inn’s Gluten-Free Menu is non-existent, standing as one of those restaurants that while you can order something without the gluten-containing ingredients, no provisions are made to ensure that no contamination happens. In fact, most of their meals flat out contain gluten in a way that is impossible to separate from the base meal, rendering Village Inn not a great option for dining out for those with sensitivities. As usual, we do have some basic solutions for those who are gluten-sensitive in a minor way, but if your allergies are a serious concern, such as those with celiac disease, then it’s best you choose another restaurant until they up their gluten-free game.

Check out their limited gluten-free menu below:

FoodSizePrice

A Few Good Eggs

Cranberry Nut Oatmeal$7.19
Eggs$3.29
Egg Whites$3.29
Low Cholesterol Egg Substitute4 Oz.$3.29

Made From Scratch Pancakes

Banana & Strawberry Sauce, Pancake Topping3 Pc.$7.09
Blueberry Compote, Pancake Topping3 Pc.$7.09
Strawberries & Sauce, Pancake Topping3 Pc.$7.09
Whipped Cream0.25 Oz.$4.19

Garden Fresh Salads

Classy Cobb SaladLunch Size$8.89
Classy Cobb SaladRegular$10.19

Soups And Chilis

Creamy Tomato Basil SoupCup$3.39
Creamy Tomato Basil SoupBowl$3.89
Green ChiliCup$3.39
Green ChiliBowl$3.89

A La Carte

Bacon$9.89
Broccoli$3.89
Canadian Bacon$9.89
Coleslaw$3.89
Corn Flakes Cereal$3.89
English Muffin$3.89
Fresh FruitCup$3.89
Frosted Flakes Cereal$3.89
Ham Steak$3.89
Oatmeal$3.89
Potato Pancakes$3.89
Sausage Links$3.89
Sausage Patties$3.89
Turkey Sausage Links$3.89
Yogurt$3.89

Sides

Corn$3.39
Cranberry Sauce$3.39
Honey Glazed Carrots$3.39
Mashed Potatoes & Gravy$3.39
Mashed Potatoes$3.39
Pinto Beans$3.39

VIB

2 Eggs$8.89
Egg White Omelette$8.89
2 Egg Whites Scrambled$8.89
Potato Pancakes$8.89

Beverages

Apple Juice$2.59
Cranberry Juice$2.59
Grapefruit Juice$2.59
Orange Juice$2.59
Tomato Juice$2.59
Caramel Iced Coffee$2.59
Coffee$2.39
Decaf Coffee$2.39
French Vanilla Iced Coffee$2.39
Iced Coffee$2.39
Mocha Iced Coffee$2.39
Coca-Cola$2.39
Diet Coke$2.39
Sprite$2.39
Chocolate Milk$2.99
Milk$2.99
Fuze Raspberry Iced Tea$2.99
Hot Tea$2.99
Iced Tea$2.99
Blackberry Limeade$2.99
Blueberry Pomegranate Limeade$2.99
Lemonade$2.99
Strawberry Limeade$2.99
Chocolate Shake$3.99
Strawberry Shake$3.99
Vanilla Shake$3.99
Hot Chocolate$3.99
Bottled Water$1.99

Popular Gluten Free Items at Village Inn

As we mentioned the majority of their menu items simply contain gluten as a base ingredient, whether as a thickener for gravy, breading on the meats, or buns on the sandwiches, gluten is pretty much ubiquitous. For those who are familiar with this dietary need, you won’t be surprised to learn that not even their french fries are safe, as they share fryers with their gluten-bearing foods. All in all, you’re best off heading elsewhere, but there are a few ways to limit your exposure to gluten, if not eliminate it.

A few favorite options can be found below:

Eggs, Egg Whites, Egg Substitute

One safe way to eat at Village Inn is to stick to their eggs in all their varieties. This includes a robust offering from their omelet menu; you simply have to be a little picky about your ingredients. Given that most of the options are vegetables and mushrooms you’re going to find plenty here to fill your palate. Remember that they aren’t cross-contamination safe, however.

Prices vary by order

Bacon, Sausage, Burgers

Their meat menu is blissfully free of any gluten filler, but that doesn’t mean that you’re going to be completely safe. You’re able to avoid the majority of gluten by the traditional method of leaving off the bun and replacing it with lettuce. Unfortunately, as there isn’t a gluten-free production line, it’s impossible to avoid getting at least some gluten.

Priced by meat offering

Country Potatoes

Their country potatoes aren’t bad at all and are one of the items you can enjoy straight off their menu. Take care, however, like the other fried items on their menu a lack of innate gluten on the item doesn’t mean it’s gluten-free. They’re still deep fried in the same pan as the rest of their items, and so are gluten contaminated.

Get your potatoes for $5.99

Tomato Basil Soup

Aside from the eggs, this is probably one of the safest menu items they have to offer, and it happens to be warm and delicious as well. This warm bowl of tomato soup goes wonderfully on its own, or you can throw in some cheese or even country potatoes to make an interesting stew type soup.

Get a bowl for $3.89 or a cup for $3.39

Enjoy Village Inn’s Gluten Free Offering

We can only hope that Village Inn ups its game sometime soon, as it sits they simply don’t have good options for those looking to avoid gluten. The gluten-free population is constantly growing and becoming more visible, so we hope that as time goes on, we’ll find restaurants like Village Inn will work to expand their menu and create an easier dining experience for all of their patrons, not just those with typical dietary needs. If you can avoid going to this restaurant, then it’s best to do so when you’re avoiding gluten if it’s impossible to avoid then simply be careful what you eat, and perhaps stop for something on the way home from a restaurant with more concern for their patron’s dietary needs.