I’m starting a new series on GlutenBee where I cover local, family owned or small group owned restaurants in Massachusetts and the greater New England area. To start I visited ‘The Cabin’ in Middleboro, MA.
Special thanks to Katrina White and the whole amazing staff at The Cabin for inviting me out to try the food. I am really excited to share this review. I had an incredible experience at this restaurant for a number of reasons. Keep reading below to see my full review.
Any employees in the service industry (servers, kitchen staff, waitstaff, service in general) can come in Tuesday and Wednesday for 15% off. You just need to show your employee ID or a pay stub.
Restaurant Name: The Cabin
Location: 114 E Grove St, Middleborough, MA 02346
Cuisine: Modern American
Gluten Free Options: Pizza, Pasta, Burgers, Sandwiches, Wraps, Quesadillas, Salads, Soups, Fried Foods (Chicken Tenders, Wings, Fish, Onion Rings, and many more), Desserts, and GF Alcoholic Drinks/Cocktails
Hours: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM Tuesday – Sunday
Photos of the Food
Starting off with some appetizers. All gluten free dishes are triple checked and labeled with a wooden stick. Featured below are the gluten free chicken tenders with barbecue and ranch. I also got a small Greek salad with gluten free garlic bread on top.
Here’s a close up of the Greek salad and garlic bread. It was delicious! The bread was soft and flavorful, and tasted so good. They have some amazing gluten free bread at The Cabin.
Next up, I got the gluten free buffalo chicken wrap with fries. It is hard to find gluten free fried chicken, so when I come by it I tend to go overboard. It was well worth it, they have delicious gluten free wraps and the breaded buffalo chicken was outstanding! They also have bleu cheese crumbles in the wrap which is tasty. And the fries are perfectly crispy.
Katrina, the manager at The Cabin, was so nice and gave me a rundown of how they operate and keep people with Celiac, gluten allergies, and even other allergies safe. One important thing she mentioned about all the gluten free fried foods. They are cooked in a dedicated fryer and they are also all soy free and dairy free.
While I didn’t get any pasta, Katrina also shared that they offer two types of gluten free pasta! One is corn free in case you have an allergy to corn. That is how serious The Cabin takes allergies and accommodating to people’s needs!
Here’s a photo of the full meal, including some steamed broccoli on the side.
Last, but not least, the delicious flourless chocolate cake!
Final Thoughts about The Cabin
I had a great experience at The Cabin. From the friendly staff, to the incredibly large amount of safe gluten free options, I was blown away. Only 5 items on the menu cannot be made gluten free! I have never felt like I had so many options before visiting this restaurant.
For dinner and weekends, The Cabin has some excellent cocktails and gluten free beer on tap!
The last incredible thing Katrina shared with me.. The Cabin grows a large number of their own herbs right out front! Herbs including basil, mint, oregano, sage, and more!
The whole experience is amazing, and I would strongly recommend anyone from New England make the trip to support this establishment. Not only are they incredible, but they also support the service industry.
Any employees in the industry (servers, kitchen staff, waitstaff, service in general) can come in Tuesday and Wednesday for 15% off. You just need to show your employee ID or a pay stub.
Visit The Cabin’s website to learn more: https://www.thecabin.us.com/
Leave a comment about The Cabin below if you’ve been! What did you try?