This is a real hidden gem! Lots of GF options and the food is phenomenal! I had crab eggs Benedict on GF English muffin with the Cajun home fries. This was hands down the best meal I had in Florida!
All of the food was GREAT!! My daughter ate the gluten free pancakes and they were amazing!!! The servers, Tina and Ella, were sooo helpful and friendly! We would certainly stop there again!!!
This is a fantastic little brunch place for celiacs. My son raved about the stuffed French Toast, a rare gf find. The omelets and other dishes were similarly tasty and generously portioned. The server was very knowledgeable and informative, especially as it related to allergies and the menu. We were there on a weekday. I recommend calling ahead for reservations if you are going at a busy time, there are only a dozen or so tables.
French toast was awesome! I did ask for the d stuffed French toast but our server was so focused on making sure that the kitchen knew I was Celiac, that he put in plain French toast instead of stuffed. It was still great and I intend to go back and try the stuffed version! While they can't say they're a dedicated gf facility, their kitchen procedures were explained to me and I felt confident they were taking even cross contamination seriously! Absolutely recommend this place!
Every gluten free option you can imagine - gluten free English muffins, bread, buns, bagels and pasta. I would highly recommend this cafe to anyone.
Loved this place! The most amazing banana pancakes! They were light and fluffy, didn't get gritty with syrup. They even have gf English muffins.
Kind of silly name but great atmosphere and food!
Amazing food! Probably one of the best turkey burgers with gluten free bread I've EVER had (get it with goat cheese 😍)! Many different options to pick from. The waitresses are very nice. Been there 4 times. WILL DEFINITELY GO AGAIN!
new ownership so there is a limited gf menu
They have gluten free options such as hamburger buns and bread which is nice however the staff is not knowledgable. I asked if their veggie burger was gluten free and the waitress didn't know so she asked someone else, she came back and said "yes" but when I asked what the ingredients were she said the main ingredient was wheat, and she didn't realize that wheat was gluten. So luckily I asked and then ordered the turkey burger. I'm not celiac so I was fine but not sure I'd trust them if you were.
This is a great option for my celiac son. the staff was very knowledgeable and had proper handling procedures. He had no problem after eating there and the food was delicious
WARNING: This restaurant is NOT Celiac friendly. If I could give it negative stars I would. I've been gluten free for six years, have traveled extensively and eaten at many restaurants. This was the worst experience I've ever had eating at a restaurant. The reviews were so amazing, so we decided to try it out. Right off the bat, it was clear the waitress didn't know anything about gluten free. I told her I had to order gluten free and she pointed out the bagels and pancakes. I ordered an omlete and she asked if I wanted hash browns or potatoes. I said "oh are they gluten free?" She said, "no". Ok. She then asked if I wanted white, wheat or rye toast. Again, I asked "is that gluten free?". She said "No". Ok, fine, no big deal. I ordered a gf bagel and she went on her way. The food came out fast. My husband's order was wrong, but whatever, we let it go. She went to get the toast and fortunately I was facing the kitchen. I watched the waitress pull out a giant tub of county crock and butter my gluten free toast. She brought it over and I asked "Do you butter regular toast with the same butter?" She said "Yes". I sent it back and she made new toast and brought it with a dish of regular butter pats in a dish covered in unidentified crumbs. Ok, so dry toast, fine... After eating the toast dry (stupid me)... It dawned on me to ask her "Did you put this in the toaster with all the other bread?". She said yes........ At that point I was actually mad. We got the bill, it was wrong. We had the bill adjusted to reflect what we actually ordered. I left no tip for the first time in my life, wrote the chef a note about the problems since he was busy and left. Please, despite those other reviews, do not eat here if you have Celiac Disease or a severe sensitivity. It isn't worth it.
Tried the gluten free pancakes, they had a unique aroma I couldn't place so i asked the waitress what kind of flour they use, she came back with "gluten free flour" she saw my expression and came back with a name brand mix. The menu seems adventurous with several gfree options but the staffs knowledge of gfree ways seems lacking.
I'm gluten free and vegetarian so other than salad not easy to eT out, then I found 2 Cool Cafe! I am addicted to the item free vegetarian Goat Cheese Burger, side of sweet potato fries with bourbon mayo and I'm in heaven on earth! Great staff! Everyone should try 2 Cool Cafe!!! PS: not just gluten free and vegetarian, full menu for almost everyone.
What a wonderful place the food is amazing the curry chicken crepes, I am hooked. The soup, burgers, and the fish did I mention the curry chicken crepes? Wonderful service, amazing food great prices this place is a treasure.
This is a great place to eat! We just had dinner there and enjoyed it quite a bit. they are quite knowledgeable about gluten and preparing gluten free food,
Reviewed December 8, 2013 Just had a gluten free breakfast w/a great G free bagel. This man will fix you anything on the menu Gluten free. Even has 2 deep fryers. Wings naked or coated so he understands Gluten free. If you miss French fries all of his potatoes are naked. All of his sauces are made w/cornstarch not flour. If you are celiac like me do not be scared to try him just tell the waiter that you need it "gluten free". This man is one of the best chef's in the Melbourne area. What a GEM for a neighborhood Cafe. My wite had Egg's Benny and loved them.
So yummy! Went for breakfast and had eggs, potatoes and 3 large gluten free pancakes! What a treat. Will definitely be going back to try one of their hamburgers.
There was a small sign out front that said gluten-free i'm a so my wife and I decided to walk in and ask. Many times a restaurant really doesn't understand the full extent of someone celiac or needs a gluten-free meal. The chef came out to talk to us and advised that his sister has celiac.My wife had a hamburger and it was delicious! The also serve gluten-free breakfast!
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