The only restaurant in southern Illinois where I can eat without worry of being served something containing gluten or being cross-contaminated with gluten. And sandwiches on a bun again! What a treat! I will be returning.
Discovering this place was a highlight of my trip to the area. The gf menu is small, but the options are items you'd rarely see elsewhere so it was quite the treat. They will cook your dish in a clean pan with soybean oil to prevent cross contamination.
Gluten free menu was available, although staff knowledge was lacking. The menu itself is kind of "meh". There are bunless burgers and some pasta dishes, but the pasta was not worth $18. Atmosphere is wonderful though, and the edamame was delicious!
I have to second the rave review of the mango chicken curry. Absolutely delicious! The mango lassi and chicken wing appetizer are also great choices. The waiter did not know much about gluten free, but took my concerns seriously and consulted the chef about every detail. Felt very safe. Make sure you have reservations because the restaurant is very small and popular!
Delicious food, but the wait staff has no training on gluten free and there is no separate menu. Each time we requested gluten free options it felt like we were taking a risk. Guacamole with plantains was good. I had the Peruvian-Chinese fried rice, but I'm still not 100% convinced it didn't have soy sauce like the waiter claimed. May be better for gluten intolerant, but Celiacs should probably avoid this place.
6209 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Woodland Hills, CA 91367
This place is amazing. They offer a variety of gluten free options including pizza, salads/salad dressings, various types of pasta, and dessert (cookies & brownies). This place is certified as well, so the staff is very knowledgable and they are trained to handle the food properly. They are also aware of the dangers of cross contamination. The pizza is great, it is actually the best tasting gluten free pizza I've had. I have not tried the pasta or salad yet. The brownies are alright, but I will likely opt for the cookies next time.
Not a Lot of GF choices the night we went.
No GF pizza or flat bread , and we are early.
We enjoyed the Caprese with buratta. We shared the mahi sandwich ex bun. The fish was excellent and the same size as the entree portion, but half the price.
I was there a couple of weeks ago, quick seating due to it being empty is the best thing I can say about my visit. 1st I ordered Strawberry Lemonade, the waitress brought regular lemonade and acted like it was a bother to get the correct drink. My Mom and I ordered the same omelet, mine without onions and my Mom's with crispy hashbrowns. I'm Celiac but told her I had a flour allergy, made sure no batter in the eggs, and subbing fruit for the toast. I thought she understood. When delivered saw that the crispy hashbrowns were on my plate, asked for an extra plate to switch them, instead she huffed and took them away to have the kitchen reverse them. After she walked away we realized the omelets were backwards, we took care of it our selves but in the meantime my Mom's biscuit had been sitting on my Omelet. I was afraid of her reaction if asked again and took the risk. I didnt get my regular reaction but was sick the following week.
I will add they were the saddest looking omelets and won't go back.