They actually make a gf crust... Not a yucky prepackaged, frozen thing.... Good crust. Nice and crispy. Delicious toppings.
Nice note in their menu about how the kitchen staff use gloves and new utensils and a special screen so that the gf pizza doesn't touch the pizza stone... They also warn that there is flour in the kitchen and they'll do their best to avoid cross contamination.... But it's not a dedicated gf kitchen.
The food and atmosphere at this cafe are great! The only reason I give it 4-stars instead of 5 is because the service is often very slow. Otherwise, the food is always fresh and delicious. They have several gluten-free options including salads, wraps (GF wrap available upon request) and a variety of GF baked goods like pies and brownies.
Horrible experience. DO NOT purchase anything over the phone using a credit card. He stores your credit card information and displays it for anyone to see. When I tried to point this out the manager/owner screamed at me that I had nothing else to do but cause problems. Obviously this idiot has never heard of identify theft. Not anyone that I will ever do business with again.
This is now my new favorite restaurant! A ton of options, amazing service and they were all very knowledgeable and attentive. The owner even came over a few times to show me what specials could be done gf as well as the four page gf menu. The price is totally fair for the quality and huge portions!!
Fantastic food! >90% of their menu can be made gluten free. Their GF paninis (yes, panini) and GF pizza are cooked and prepared separate to prevent cross contamination. They do have a full bar with certain days you can bring your own wine. Worth a trip regardless of how far you need to travel.
Sharky's has gotten better when it comes to eating GF. They do have a GF menu and I've found the employees to be surprisingly knowledgeable. The Power Plates are my favorite and they have marinated tofu for us vegetarians. The ingredients are organic and healthy. Great option for eating GF!
They are a breakfast place. The locals and their young children come here. They don't have a gluten-free menu, but many of the items can be made gluten-free by just taking out the bread. I had the Pope Benedict and it was the best I've had in my life. Instead of putting the poached on an English muffin, they put it on a freshly made hash brown.
When I called the restaurant, I was told 4 items were gluten-free - 2 seafood & 2 burgers. When I dined there, I was told many of the items could be made gf. I ended up ordering one of the burgers originally mentioned which was very good.