I have Celiac and have never had any issues with contamination here. Their calamari is better than the breaded stuff, and most pasta dishes can be made with gf pasta. Their Caesar salad is awesome. Actually all their food is great, and although last loud, the interior is extraordinarily authentic. I wish they'd offer gf bread because it sucks to watch the rest of my family eat the delicious oil they serve.
The GF menu is very limited. It's a regular menu with most everything blacked out. If you dont want sashimi or very basic sushi, this is not for you. My husband (who is not GF) really enjoyed it but I was stuck with a very basic fried rice.
I'm GF and my husband is not. We came for breakfast and both of our orders were very tasty. That being said, a couple things FYI...go early, the GF things sold out quickly. It's on the expensive side for what you actually get. And it's a very "trendy" place. Lots of hipsters and a jazz/alternative type band band playing at 9am.
Had breakfast here and it was good. For a tiny little coffee house they had good options with bagels, wraps, bread which allows you to have any breakfast sandwich, sandwich or wrap. They also had some frozen foods available (raviolis, chicken tenders). The staff was knowledgeable and has a separate "kit" for gluten free.
I wanted to really like it because the food was good and they had a dedicated GF menu. But they gave my kids fried rice instead of the brown rice they ordered. I didn't notice until my son was halfway through his bowl. If they can't get the big things right now much faith do I have that they're not cross contaminating in the kitchen?
The place appears to have extended their gluten free menu with various appetizers (shout out to the nachos San Luis). Yes, they do not have gf burger buns, but the bison burger is still great. Many other main entree options like trout, prime rib, steak etc. The staff appear knowledgeable even if it might be a bit of a wait around dinner time
We stopped in for a quick bite and I was very happy that the guy behind the counter reiterated that everything was gf minus the bun (same info as the website). I was offered the choice of an udi's bun or a lettuce wrap. That being said, I ordered the larkburger without the house sauce on a gf bun with truffle fries 🍟. Both were great, though I think the fries stole the show. No contamination issues and I would go back anytime.
Couch Tomato is one of my favorite restaurants for dining in, takeout, or delivery. My boyfriend and I have done all 3 and have been very pleased with the service and *especially* the food selection. We are into eating healthy and this place offers not only healthy options but ones that are delicious too! We've had their pizzas, salads, sandwiches, entrees, etc. from both the Cafe and Bistro. Some of our favorites include Organic Quinoa Salad (Bistro), Santorini Salad (Cafe), Mediterranean Platter (Cafe), Pistachio Pesto Pizza (Bistro), Spicy Soppressata Pizza (Bistro), Eggplant Rollatini (Bistro), Pan Roasted Cod Entree (Bistro), etc. We have also enjoyed their beer selection (You gotta try the beer flights!) The ambiance is very nice and the wait staff is on point.
I always get the Margarita pizza and it is almost always yummy. One time the crust was soggy and they can also be a little greedy with the cheese. I have eaten here many times and I have never gotten sick. It seems they take great caution to avoid cross contamination.
Exactly what I was looking for! I got the Pope Benedict and it was delicious. Great atmosphere-loved that our water glasses were small mason jars and the iced coffee came in large mason jars. Excellent service as well. Two thumbs up!