Found the bakery from the gluten free app on our way back to NY from Philly today! OMG my mom and I were in heaven! First of, it smelled amazing inside (I think they were baking brownies even though I thought it smelled like the cinnamon rolls!) and then it's a rely cute pink and dainty bakery but NOT too much just enough that it almost makes you feel like you're in small Parisian shop. Inside they had a good variety of cupcakes, cupcake sized cheesecakes, cake pops, breads. BUT what my mom and I both had to get were the Cinnamon Rolls and pretzels. We got cinnamon rolls, plain and cinnamon sugar pretzels, Macarons, and a pumpkin and apple pie. The girls behind the counter were so nice and helpful. My mom and I had BOTH the pretzels in the case and finished a pack before we even started driving again. It was SOO delicious and as a celiac for almost 7 years I just want to thank you guys for having such amazing products and it really shows you care. We had the apple pie tonight and it was soo delicious. We are so happy to have found this place. We will definitely stop by each time we visit our family in Philly!
I've felt a bit sick after eating at this P.F. Chang's on more than one occasion. However, my husband, who is not gluten free also doesn't feel great after eating here, so it may not be a gluten problem.
701 N State of Franklin Rd, Johnson City, TN 37604
This place is fabulous! They do all of their gluten baking first thing in the morning and while they do sell regular baked goods as well they don't cook with gluten at the same time they are cooking gluten free. They are very careful. Definitely celiac friendly.
The staff are always friendly and knowledgeable about gluten in their food. Also when you tell them you have Celiac disease they will always change their gloves to prevent cross contamination of your food. Excellent every time! Very celiac friendly, the owner are gluten free.
Don't go if you have celiac. Although some workers are knowledgeable about gluten free, some were not and contaminated my bagel by using it on the same toaster. When I had a safe bagel (not toasted and made with changed gloves) I didn't get sick. Bagel was alright but kind of small.