As a Celiac, I always appreciate it when a restaurant has a dedicated gluten free menu. So this place at least has a dedicated menu. Are there a ton of options? No, there are not. But, my Celiac son and I found dishes to eat. What I don't appreciate, however, is when the restaurant puts gluten filled hush puppies on my gluten free plate or when they give my kid Ranch dressing that wasn't safe (thank goodness I asked). Just be careful if you eat here and question the server/manager if something doesn't look right!
Waitress was iffy on what I could eat even thinking the chips were flour. But verified they were corn and fine for me. Kitchen cleaned area when they made my food. It's awesome to find a great, GF Mexican restaurant.
Outstanding GF Pizza experience. Had to ask where crust came from. Was told USA/ Rich's Crust from Buffalo NY. Creative ingredient combos. We had prosciutto /goat cheese/red onion/arugula and it rocked. Also had delightful GF Wings with an unbelievable cucumber yogurt sauce. I'm from Chicago, but this Pizza experience was tops!
I ordered a gluten free crepe and when I started eating it I noticed that I was given the wrong item and that it was not gluten free. They were willing to make me a new one, but by that point I was too nervous to eat anything else from here. If you eat here you are running the risk of getting very sick.
Corn dogs, tatter tots, french fries, chips and cheese sauce are all gluten free they also have GF buns. Staff is very nice and doubled checked product to ensure it was GF. My daughter who is 6 was so happy we could eat here and loved her nacho's! My husband who also has Celiac loved his corn dog. Next time we are traveling this way we will be stopping here to eat.
I ate here with my seven year old son who has Celiac and my parents. It's a diner, which we never thought we'd be able to do again. It was our first time eating in a restaurant without a dedicated kitchen. I can't speak to how safe it actually is because I wouldn't know if there was accidental contamination, but I can speak to how safe they helped me to feel. There was an exclusive gluten free menu of several pages. We were told they cook everything separate and were warned that our food would take a long time because of that. Since it was an off hour, we really didn't wait very long. My son enjoyed the French toast, (which we were able to order with real maple syrup!) and I enjoyed a pasta dish with goat cheese and veggies. They use Barilla pasta and it was good with a large enough portion to take some home for lunch the next day. My Dad enjoyed their gluten free chocolate chip pancakes, and my Mom, an omelette. The service was friendly and efficient. All in all, I was impressed. Just the desserts didn't sound great and we didn't order any.