There is nothing spectacular about the gf pancakes. Egg Harbor has never been surpassed and I have been gf for 3 years. The gf menu is small and combined with the vegan/vegetarian menu so there is even less to eat. Waitstaff was not that friendly. I'll only go is friends insist on going there.
Yesterday 10/03/2015 at about 9 pm my family was kicked out of a restaurant "Cheng Du in Westborobo-MA" shouting the owner of the establishment and by threatening to call the police. This is because my daughter only 4 years old was watching a video in which a customer complained it was a bit loud volume.We lowered the volume and still the customer was not satisfied making a new complaint to the owner. The unpreparedness of it with the situation left us very angry. We asked if the establishment was forbidden to bring child or use some entertainment for the child. I researched on the internet and saw that I was not the first victim of this property with child.
They seem to have good knowledge of gluten-free food prep, but the food quality is mediocre. The pulled pork and burnt ends we ate, the bbq sauce, and the beans had little flavor. The cole slaw and fries were good. We live in Blue Springs, but we won't go back. There are other much better bbq restaurants in the area that also meet the gluten-free requirements.
Great barbecue with fresh and interesting sides (much more than your standard slaw and potato salad). There were several gluten free options. The manager told me that the Carolina sauce was gluten free and the other one was not. It's always good to ask. It was reasonably price with a fun and friendly atmosphere. We'd come here often if we lived in Atlanta.
I've gotten served wheat THREE times. It's a great atmosphere, and love the concept, but serving supposed "gluten-free" food, in the dark, is a bad idea in general. The last go round, my hatch chili fries had a few chicken nuggets at the bottom of the pan! Not lying. The managers have always been very nice when the episodes have happened in past, but the truth is my life (I'm Epipen allergic to wheat) depends on their adherence to strict standards in their kitchen to keep their customers safe. Thus far, even after alerting the manager to my cross-contamination on other visits, I repeatedly have been exposed. So, again, great movies- life-threatening, (in my case) lax attention, to serving gluten-free!
Gluten free options but no soy free options. As a celiac, I cannot have soy either and most gluten free bakeries have soy free options available but the manager could not tell me if their was soy in their products. She said she was unaware that soy could be in butter or cooking spray. They had No ingredient list and was unable to accommodate me.
I had a fantastic gf pizza - white pizza with ham and pineapple. The leftovers heated up well and were just as good as the first time! They also have a crab dip I want to try as well as a flourless chocolate cake.