CELIACS BEWARE : DO NOT EAT THE CHICKEN GRILLED SANDWICH IF IT COMES ON A BUN.
My order clearly stated gluten-free. And it came out exactly like the gluten filled chicken sandwich.
If a newly diagnosed celiac didn't know any different when ordering they would get Sick.
This particular store employs or has employed persons with celiac disease or some degree of gluten sensitivity. They are exceptionally sensitive to the individual's needs. For me, they have always carefully washed hands, changed gloves & followed me through the food line. Fresh, uncontainable pans of certain items are always used for me. Highly recommended! I'm extremely sensitive & never has any problems after eating here.
The waitress was very knowledgable and put my order on a red tag. The manager brought me my food and told me that everything should be fine. I double checked with the waitress because she said I couldn't have the sauce and there was one on the side on my plate. Turns out the sauce was a bourbon sauce. Otherwise I was totally fine even though I am super sensitive to cross contamination.
Aye here at 11am on a Wednesday...so delicious! They serve breakfast til 2pm, and have a big variety of egg options. Opted for the GF Mac and cheese, which was a treat. They have chili Mac, regular, hot dog and bacon. Gluten eaters were happy too. Staff were friendly and knowledgeable.
The gluten free menu includes items that are cross contaminated. The menu states that if you have Celiac Disease, please let the staff member know and they will send the chef out to speak with you. The chef explained that the French fries are cooked in a common fryer with breaded items , and therefore not celiac friendly. Pretty much everything else on the GF menu was okay except one soup which was made with a beer base. I got a corned beef sandwich which came on a gluten free roll, and the roll was one of the best that I have ever had. I really enjoy the atmosphere, and look forward to going there again.
My waiter was knowledgeable about the gluten free menu, and understood the celiac disease. They have gluten free pasta which is very good, and the house sausage is very tasty and gluten free as well. The menu is a bit pricey given the portion size , but overall a good experience. I would eat there again.