Safe for celiacs if you order Mac and cheese, chili, and chips. Mac and cheese noodles are penne, gluten noodles are macaroni. Good reassurance. Haven't tried other items. Chips are homemade and used in a dedicated fryer and nothing else is fried on their menu.
Everything is gluten free other than carrot cupcakes. Very safe for celiacs. Also 100% vegan if that interests you. Recommendation: pumpkin waffle for breakfast with seasonal latte
Best for breakfast or lunch. Owner Alison is a compassionate and dedicated business owner.
My daughter is celiac. Waitress talked to chef and seemed genuinely concerned and aware of importance of keeping her from any cross contamination. There aren't many options- the only thing other than salad that was gluten free was a taco appetizer. It was not impressive. My daughter didn't get sick but she left hungry, so we wouldn't go back.
This is a dream for a celiac. 100% dedicated gluten free fryers, manager oversees preparation and delivers gluten free food in different colored plates. Huge selection of gluten free items and the kitchen is committed to keeping everything separate and safe. Best place in Boston for a Celiac go dine. And delicious to boot!!
GF pizza was available, but the quality was very low. My daughter has celiac and could barely finish a slice. Those of us who were non GF were also Extremely disappointed in the quality of the food. Decent place to go for a drink but I would not recommend eating here to anyone GF or not.
I ordered a GF chocolate cupcake and my husband had chocolate cake. He tasted my cupcake and said the taste was the same with a slight difference in texture but if he had not tasted them together he would have never known.
I really enjoyed the cupcake and did not have a reaction. I feel they do a great job in minimizing cross contamination.
This place was a dream come true! I hate eating out because it's so difficult for me to find food I can eat. When I found this place I was so delighted! We ate there twice. My husband who has no allergies even loved the food. I highly recommend the blue corn pancakes. They are a wonderful decadent breakfast treat. They also even have fresh baked goods that are different every day. I wish I lived in Jackson so I could eat here every day.
The yam soup, SMAK soda, and blueberry muffins were delicious and the pricing reasonable. It's great that food is labeled by whether it is safe for celiacs, vegetarian, etc. As a celiac, I really appreciate the "celiac warning". I recommend!
Good pizza but horrible service. The place was supposed to open at 11:30am, according to the official website. We were waiting in the cold until 11:45am when someone finally opened the door to let us in. When asked whether 11:30am was the official opening time, the person opening the door just responded with "Yes". Overall, there was little verbal exchange with any of the staff, although the place wasn't busy, and we were the only ones there. No "hello", not confirmation that my pizza was indeed gluten-free, nothing. On top of that, while there was seating at the place, there was neither cutlery nor napkins. We were just handed our pizzas and sent off to eat them somewhere else. We did not expect this and would have not have paid for drinks, had we known this.
I felt at home and really felt like I could trust the people serving the food. I would defiantly go back again. They even had bread for me to eat that was gluten free! I don't normally get things like that at restaurants.