There were so many items on the menu that I wanted to try! I was very excited that on the dips and starters menu they offer samplers. We choose a 1/2 of sampler. We had traditional hummus and spinach artichoke dip. Both were beyond amazing. The spinach artichoke dip, which is also called Spanko is made with spinach, collard greens kale and more! YUMMM You can choose your scoopers so we choose tortilla chips and rice crackers. Both Little Chef and I enjoyed our starter! We had lots of other yummies as well! The menu choices are amazing and bountiful. On Sundays they serve gluten-free vegan waffles. Yes, I am pretty sure we need to return on a Sunday with the entire family! The atmosphere is fun, calm, accepting and just right for our experience.
3715 Constitution Boulevard, West Valley City, UT 84119
This is a wonderful place to get a burger as a Celiac for two main reasons. First, they have such a simple menu and only use their fryers for fries, so there is little opportunity for errors or cross contamination during the preparation. Second, the staff I have encountered there is knowledgeable about gluten sensitivities so they are extra careful. Just order the burger as protein style and tell them you have an allergy and they will take care of you. One of the few places I trust to get a quick burger.
Very good Mexican food and an excellent place to go if you are Celiac. Many gluten free options to choose from and all are clearly marked on the menu. Have eaten here twice since my diagnosis and did fine both times.
The waitress insisted that they could do any crepe in their menu GF. We asked about the Oreo crepe and which type of cookies they would use. She talked to the chef and came out with a bag of Oreos - with wheat in them! She insisted that they've had many people with Celiac there and never had a problem. She said they clean their crepe equipment for a GF crepe. After hearing about the Oreos - we didn't have true courage to eat here.
I cannot recommend Crepevine. I had to bail on my meal here after a series of mistakes by the kitchen that would have made me ill. Fortunately, the management provided me with a refund and I was able to eat safely somewhere else.
I was excited to try one of their gluten-free crepes, and I made sure to order my crepe with a side of potatoes, not fries, given that the fries are definitely cross-contaminated. It was the lunch rush, so I had to wait quite a while for my crepe, at least 15 minutes. When a server arrived with my meal, I asked if the crepe was gluten free. She said that she did not know and would check, walking off with the plate. I waited at least another 10 minutes without anyone coming by my table. When a different server finally arrived with the correct crepe, it was now accompanied by fries. I gave up and asked for a refund. I appreciate their effort, but it seems that they have a long-way to go with educating staff about safe food handling for people with allergies.