GF Pizza was decent, but service was terrible. They completely forgot about my husband's salad and when we asked about it, it wasn't ready until the end of the meal when we were ready to go. My mother asked another server (who was wiping down a table at that moment and not waiting on tables) for a drink refill since we hadn't seen our server in a while and we were told to just ask our server when we see her. At the time, the place was pretty dead so they couldn't even use that as an excuse. I'm a very reasonable person and worked in food service, but based on the service I will likely not go back.
Very impressed! These people totally understand GF and how to make it super high quality AND tasty. A huge, separate GF menu with tons of variety! The waiter even pointed out the specials and how they could be altered to be prepared GF. I had a prime rib sandwich on GF french bread. Amazing! My hubby got brisket and mashed potatoes '/ gravy- all GF and super tasty. And dessert? Homemade GF ice cream, Apple crisp, lots of variety. I travel a lot and this place is in my top 3 for Celiacs!
GF items aren't labeled; however when asked the staff can tell you what items can be made GF. For example, dishes that usually come with bread can be delivered without. Cheese plates can be made without crackers, burger without bun, etc. This place is also dog friendly on the patio so it's a plus.
I can't believe this place is gluten free but I am soooo thankful. The chocolate cupcakes are the best as is the pizza dough, which sells out fast so I'd recommend calling first to check availability. I've tried other GF pizza doughs which tend to be either dense or flatbread style and this dough is neither.
2757 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH 03860
We happened to visit on a Saturday, which is the only day they offer GF unless you special order. They had two choices. Chocolate cupcake with chocolate frosting or chocolate cupcake with raspberry frosting. The cupcake was fine, the frosting was better, but I wasn't overwhelmed. I did see some of their display cakes, which were lovely. If I lived in the area and needed a special order, I would definitely consider them.
Their menu states items gluten free for nutritional purposes. Spoke with manager who was totally clueless about celiac disease. Only thing recommended as safe is plain steamed crab legs without butter or anything. Would not recommend!
2541 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH 03860
I'm giving a 5 star, not because there were a great many GF options, but because the people at Priscilla's were so unbelievably helpful and kind. It's true. They can make their sandwiches on GF bread, or serve your breakfast with GF toast or English muffin (and their turkey club was delicious). But what truly makes this restaurant a standout is the cheerful way we were greeted with "Hello Good Morning!" and how my (also GF) 5-year-old was invited into an enthusiastic game of I Spy. It was fun. And good food.
We stopped in today for lunch. Let me start by saying that we were greeted by a very enthusiastic, friendly young lady, whom was knowledgeable about their menu. All important to us! The place is small but cute and clean. They have lots of gluten free options on the menu(yay!), even soup! We got a sample of 4 soups, all tasty. The BF couldn't resist rock shrimp bisque. In the fight to keep my girlish figure (not really 😊) i passed. I had three fish tacos in a hard corn shell. They were pretty goid but the fish could have used some seasoning. I would also have liked a lemon and expected a side with my tacos. A little pricey($16) for only 3 small tacos. I also had a slice of gf carrot cake. It was yummy! The bf went with the french toast, which he described in one word-delicious! Our only area for improvement would be to find a way to lower the price or give more bang for buck. I must say that the food is organic so i cant complain much. We will definitely return. Thanks for great service. I wish more businesses would get back to that because i don't believe in tip entitlement. The ladies at the Jungle earned their 18% today.
After I stated that I was a Celiac and ordered from the gluten free menu (and avoided fries due to a shared fryer), the waitress brought us all a bread basket with a plate for me and no explanation of the bread (it was gluten, but I could have easily assumed it was gluten free since she brought me a plate too). I asked her to take my bread plate away when she came back to check on us, and she said that many people are avoiding gluten but still eat the bread.
I think there is a total lack of training here. Don't put unknown bread in front of a celiac. Have some gluten free bread to serve. Train your freaking staff.
I won't be back for the gluten free menu, and I regret that we didn't leave. The waitress' clear lack of understanding should have been enough to get me out of there. My mistake. My friends were horrified as was I.