What to Order at LongHorn Steakhouse if You Have Dietary Restrictions

What to Order at LongHorn Steakhouse if You Have Dietary Restrictions

If you’ve been keeping up with the last several blogs, you know that there was some frustration finding food for Nikki to eat. Luckily, we found a few places that met her dietary needs. One of the other places we found was LongHorn Steakhouse. There was a location right across the street from the Hyatt Regency (where we were for Starrcast). This was the perfect location as it was in walking distance and wouldn’t put us out of the way for ALL IN.

LongHorn Steakhouse has over 450 restaurants across the East, Midwest, and Southwest along with Puerto Rico. If you’re traveling across the US, chances are you’ll come across one of these establishments. BTW, if you have a minute check out the story of how Longhorn got its start.

While we were waiting in line for a meet and greet, one of our friends called the LongHorn across the street. They said they did have a menu for dietary restrictions, but Nikki would have to ask the hostess for the menu when we arrived. Upon arrival, Nikki was given the menu. It was leather bound and had the entire menu along with what it contained (gluten, soy, dairy, etc). The allergen menu is also available online and it’s mobile site (though it was little harder to find). Note: If you have allergens & food sensitivities, I know you already know this, but be sure to inform your server. All restaurants vary.

A majority of the menu items are cooked in soy, which is pretty disappointing. We’ve found that many restaurants cook their food in a soy-based oil. Nikki mentioned this issue to our waiter and he quickly offered her another alternative. He said that they could use olive oil instead. The waiter was super nice and joked around with Nikki. He also said his daughter couldn’t have gluten and he mentioned that he wouldn’t want to give up dairy; he’d just deal with the consequences. Nikki told him that if the consequences were bad enough, he’d cut it out.

After studying the menu, Nikki chose the 6 oz. Renegade Sirloin. She decided to get a side salad as well. This was the first time she had steak cooked in olive oil. When our waiter returned to check on us, he asked Nikki how she liked it. After she said she liked it, he jokingly replied, “don’t lie to me.” Nikki really did like it.


6 oz Sirloin steak
Nikki approved.



You didn’t think I’d leave you hanging, did you? Of course, I have some food porn that contains gluten, dairy, & soy.

I decided to go with the Parmesan Crusted Chicken and fries. This was a wise decision.


Parmesan Crusted Chicken
So, so, so, so yummy.


We really appreciated how accommodating the staff was. Our waiter was super nice and made sure that Nikki could find something to fit her dietary needs. It was really nice, especially since we were in a new city and weren’t sure what to expect.

If you liked this review of LongHorn Steakhouse, you might also like Chili’sTexas RoadhouseRed Robin, and Golden Coral.

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2 thoughts on “What to Order at LongHorn Steakhouse if You Have Dietary Restrictions

  1. Isn’t that so lovely. Waiters like that are rare treasures, so I really hope Longhorn keeps him around for a long time. I wonder why most restaurants cook with soy, is it because it’s cheaper?

    • I hope they do too, Michelle. I think it was intended to be a cheaper option. And a lot of vegan food use it as well. Soy may also not be as good for you as originally thought.

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