Bad... Just bad. Run by a bunch of teenagers that don't know what they're doing. The soy milk in my coffee was curdled... Twice. The staff are not knowledgable at all about ingredients in the food. They had gf bagels and French toast. Tried the bagel... Tasted like cardboard.
Amazing food and a great selection of GF foods! I've been dining here since I was a child almost 18 years now. They bring you a book to look up all the foods they serve. I felt very at ease and greatly enjoyed my meal. I choose the buffet option.
Location has moved to 609 Olive St.
All GF and very good! We tried almost everything on the menu. Friendly and prompt service. The house specialty drink (hibiscus tea and mint lemonade mix) is amazing too! The chicken taco was delicious and the blueberry cream cheese tamale was different but tasty.
Also, beware of reviewers who own the restaurant (Mike) and are trying to convince you that the qualify hasn't gone down and that they recent reviews must just be wrong. Most reviewers understand that they can "drill down" to read last years reviews but most consumers aren't interested in how the quality was a year ago; they want to know what it is like now. In addition to their quality getting worse over the last year, they also apparently have an owner who would rather deny the concerns of their customers than actually address the issue. He even went out of his way to write bad reviews for the only other two "gluten free" bakeries in the Pittsburgh area. While the downgrade in quality is what motivated me to write the review, the tactless approach by the owner to write his own reivew is even more off-putting. Review sites were designed so that businesses have the ability to listen to individual customer concerns and then change their business model to meet the consumers' needs. Instead Mike chooses to deny, deny, deny. Doesn't look like things will improve at this bakery anytime soon.