Very celiac friendly and delicious food. I am giving it 4 stars because out of five times eating there so far, I am fairly sure I was glutened by something this last time. My family and I all shared foods except I had the rice with pigeon peas and sofrito. I am *guessing* it was the peas. I will certainly eat there again and will probably just avoid that dish. It is also possible that I am the most sensitive celiac in our family - our son was fine - or that I have trouble with that particular pea (same as dhal in Indian food). So just a heads up, I _highly_ recommend this restaurant, let them know you're celiac, and take my story as you wish. Cheers!
If 0 stars were an option that would be what I would have given this place. First of all they brought out an allergen list instead of a gluten-free menu. Many of the items said no cheese and then some of the items listed didn't specify that you had to order without cheese, even though it had cheese on it. The waitress was not very knowledgeable about celiacs disease or why you would order gluten free. I decided not to order and go somewhere else.
All sandwiches (except Monte Cristo) are available on a GF sub roll. I had a hot ham, brie & apple sandwich. It was excellent! Fresh home cut fries & homemade ruffled potato chips available (dedicated fryer). The atmosphere needs an update and/or decorator. The employees were friendly.
They do have a gluten free menu, however it is very limited. I specifically told the waitress I needed everything to be gluten free, and my mashed potatoes were brought out with a dinner roll resting on them. They do have gluten free buns, which is nice, but they taste awful.
I went there on 8/15/15 and had a terrible experience. They were busy so it was suggested we sit at the bar. The bartender never said hi he just pointed at us for our drink orders. I then asked him about their gluten free options and he said "I don't know anything about that" and walked away from me. He later returned and says "isn't corn gluten free, you can anything made from corn on the menu". I had read on here that I could not have the chips due to a shared fryer so I asked him if the fryer is shared with other food and he says "no". I chose at that point to leave due to clearly he had no clue and chose not to get someone who did. My friends drink at the bar was also terrible.
Just had lunch here. What a wonderful little place. A little hard to find. Located in the Passage de Panorama. Had the pizza bolagnese with a salad. Wonderful. If you are celiac and must eat gluten free, don't miss this little slice of heaven.