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The Lion and Rose (Westlake): Gluten-Free menu items

December 1, 2009

The Lion and Rose, which opened in November, serves up some British and American favorites. The newly opened sports pub has a large amount of flat screens, a nice size bar and patio, as well as an impressive menu. I recently e-mailed the owner of The Lion and Rose to see if they offered any gluten-free menu items. He quickly responded with a full list of gluten-free food choices. For cocktails, they have a full bar with a variety of liquors, including Tito’s vodka (a gluten-free, locally-made vodka), wine and the gluten-free cider,  Ace Pear Cider.

Gluten-Free menu options with price and descriptions:


Angels on Horseback, $8.99: Grilled succulent shrimp wrapped in applewood smoked bacon with our house made remoulade and spring greens with lemon vinaigrette.

Sherwood Sweet Potato Fries, $5.79: Strips of crispy sweet potatoes sprinkled with parmesan cheese, fried golden and served with spicy ranch dip.

Salads: All should be ordered without croutons

South Bank Baby Spinach Salad, $6.99: Fresh baby spinach, thinly sliced mushrooms, red onions and mandarin orange sections. Served with creamy, hot bacon dressing.

Highlands Salad, $7.99: Fresh field greens, sun-dried cranberries, currants, walnuts and sunflower seeds. Served with a tangerine balsamic vinaigrette dressing.

Lion and Rose Side Salad, $4.29: Baby field greens topped with tomatoes, red onions, shredded cheddar cheese and your choice of dressing.

Oxford Chicken Salad, $9.29: Our house made chicken salad on crisp romaine lettuce with Roma tomatoes, red onions, Greek olives and your choice of dressing.

Sides: $2.99 a la carte

Broiled Tomatoes

Bubble and Squeak

Mashed Potatoes

Sautéed Cabbage

Creamed Spinach

English Chips

Green Beans

Grilled Squash

British Favorites:

Shepherd’s Pie, $8.99: Slow simmered beef and garden vegetables in a rich and hearty gravy, crowned with whipped potatoes and broiled until golden brown.

House of Windsor Tenderloin (no bleu cheese or port wine sauce), $15.99: Grilled tenderloin medallions with bacon, walnuts and onions.

Whitechapel Chicken and Mushroom Pie, $8.99: Hearty chicken stew with fresh mushrooms, carrots and green peas, crowned with whipped potatoes and broiled until golden brown.

Cock-a-Leekie Stew, $8.99: A classic thick and creamy stew of tender chicken, savory leeks and garden vegetables.

Warwickshire Beef Stew, $8.99: Traditional slow-cooked stew of tender beef tips and garden vegetables.

Corned Beef and Cabbage, $9.99: Corned beef and tender cabbage topped with onion gravy and spicy mustard.

Bangers and Mash, $9.99: Grilled English pork banger sausages with whipped potatoes, onion gravy and spicy mustard.

Yank’s Favorites:

Sun-Dried Tomato Chicken Pasta, $10.99: Substitute with Rice Pasta, tender sliced chicken with garlic, baby spinach and sun-dried tomatoes, tossed in a parmesan sauce.

King Richard’s Ribeye, $19.99: 10 oz. certified Blank Angus ribeye seasoned and grilled to order.


All Day ex-pat breakfast, no toast

Queen’s omelette, no toast

*Note* The Lion and Rose is not a certified gluten-free restaurant. As with most restaurants, there is a chance of cross-contamination. The Lion and Rose strives to cook gluten-free foods on a clean surface and separate from gluten-containing foods.

The Lion and Rose is located in the heart of Westlake, in the shopping center -Westlake Village.

For more information:

The Lion and Rose

701 S. Capital of Texas Hwy

Austin, Texas 78746

(512) 335-5466

Hours: 11 am-2 am

Menu description credit: The Lion and Rose

Photo credit: The Lion and Rose and Austin360

6 Comments leave one →
  1. December 3, 2009 2:33 am

    So nice to see what this new place has to offer. And I’m so glad to have found your blog. Picked up a card at People’s.


    • atxglutenfree permalink*
      December 4, 2009 4:54 pm

      Thanks for stopping by Allie 🙂

  2. Dawn permalink
    December 9, 2009 6:27 am

    fantastic location for us folks up in the westlake hills area. screens to watch the Horns or The Spurs. Was there last Sunday to watch some NFL, eat and drink some cold ones! Great place!

  3. January 16, 2010 12:20 pm

    yummmy:) thanks for ur tips i’d love to follow you.anyway happy new year ~~~~

  4. stellatex permalink
    January 29, 2010 6:06 pm

    Ooh, I used to live in England, and I crave this stuff – hadn’t heard about this place!

  5. March 2, 2010 5:45 am

    Extremely interesting post thanks for writing it I have added your site to my favorites and will be back 🙂 By the way this is off subject but I really like your blogs layout.

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