Food was pretty good, a little pricy, and only one or two drink selections. The gf menu had items on it that had to be substituted out because they weren't gf (beer battered cartelized onions on my burger), so it would have been nice if they had edited that before. We had to ask the server, who had to ask the chef, so it took a while for us to order our food. Was came out was pretty good and worth the stop in.
Expensive for the portion size, but the food was good and would definitely eat there again. Server did not know the term celiac, however, so I had to explain how strict I needed to be with my gluten-free diet. Most restaurants around here understand what celiac disease is, so I was a little turned off.
The food was good, but you are really limited to three of four choices on the menu. Really disappointed because there were so many other things that looked really good, just none of them were gluten free.
Very limited selection. The tacos "should" all be gluten free, but many of them have components that are flash fried in contaminated oil, so really there are only two tacos to pick from. Neither of the choices were very tasty. The chips are also fried, and their substitute was a corn tortilla and salsa, which was decent but doesn't replace chips at a Mexican restaurant. Servers were pretty knowledgeable, but the place is expensive for the limited options they have.
They absolutely knew what gluten free meant. Someone accidentally took my order before they were technically open tho so by the time I got it there was a little crispy roll included in my rice. It was however wrapped up so well I just chunk ed it and ate. Red curry pineapple, combo shrimp/chicken, on brown rice. I ordered medium and it was not too spicy, nor did it upset my tummy. Mmmmmmmmm
Amazing!! As a celiac I appreciate it when I can have French toast that doesn't have holes in the gluten free bread. They even cooked my French toast on a separate stove top where they make the eggs. Amazing food, amazing service. Will be back!!
Thought it was a restaurant. Wrong. But it is a gluten free bakery making gluten free and vegan brownies and cookies. They ship all over the country from the website. Not a walk in place but their stuff is available at many local stores. Good thing too 'cause they are delicious. My husband said this isn't gluten free when he tasted it. I said that's all you get. They are for me.
when I asked the waitress about gluten free options she said there was not much to choose from. I asked about the chicken..No. ok so halibut with carrots and beans with a side of harissa (no sauce), which was just ok. I was hungry so ate it all anyway. had to ask a couple of times for water. The waitress did double check with the chef so I felt safe eating here but wouldn't choose it as a first option for dining in Boston.
Limited menu but the scallops were delicious, which came with steamed vegetables. My waitress also had celiac so she was great about communicating with the kitchen to make sure there was not any cross contamination and I did not get sick.