1725 Briargate Parkway, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
food was good - service spotty
upon being shown to our table I noticed a large spill on the floor. I told the hostess, who completely ignored me and the spill. I went to the bar and asked to speak to a manager. I was told one would come to my table. I just paid my bill and am leaving. The spill was never cleaned up, the manager nonexistent.
Reviews say it is hard to find... I'm going to say their location is a complete handicap to their business. 2nd story retail space in a not so great part of town. The food we ordered to go was very home-made... Nothing that blew us away. Everything we bought that was pre-made was outstanding. They should really focus on that part of the business and give up on the retail end until they can afford a true storefront space and grow their customer base with the products they can ship or sell locally.
My husband took me here as a treat, since the entry here and on their Web site says they have a number of gluten free choices. When we arrived, I asked the histess if they had a gluten free menu. She hesitated and said they don't have as many offerings that are gluten free, such as the pancakes and French toast. Bummer! That was what I had planned on for breakfast! They still evidently have GF pizza, but despite the sign on the wall and listings on the menus, they do not have GF bread or wraps. Not sure about the pasta. The hostess also explained that the GF pancakes and French toast had been cooked on the same griddle as the regular offerings. She apologized for the posted misinformation, and I did enjoy a breakfast platter with two eggs over easy, home fries, and turkey bacon. Just thought I would mention this evidently recent change in their offerings in case someone was getting their tastebuds set for GF pancakes or French toast here.
This location is amazing. The food is fantastic. My husband has celiac and we have been coming to these owners for years. They have the best gluten free Chinese food my husband as ever had!! A great find!!
Why advertise GF if it's not safe for people with Celiac. That is like saying something is peanut free but you dipped it in peanuts then gave it to a kid with a peanut allergy. Just doesn't make since to me. Call it what it is.. gluten less food.
I have celiac disease and hardly ever eat out because I am so afraid of getting sick, but my husband and I decided to try Cap City last night. After being assured that there would be no cross contamination by a very knowledgable staff, I found a non-gf noodle hiding under my fish after eating half of my meal. I understand that mistakes happen but this means that there was no protocol being followed at all. This is unacceptable and I don't think that it is a safe place for celiacs if this kind of mistake can happen.