Extremely disappointing sandwiches. I used to eat here before I knew I had celiac and the sandwiches were excellent. I suppose they get some credit for even having gluten free bread, but the bread is not good and the slices are much smaller than their normal bread, so on top of your bad bread (for which you pay extra) you get significantly less of the delicious sandwich fillings. Unless I hear that they get some decent GF bread, I will not return. It’s celiac safe, but not worth it.
Delicious and Celiac safe! Got a brunch bowl and was so satisfied with it. The egg was also cooked perfectly. Didn’t ask about GF baked goods in the display case, but they may have more in back with less risk of CC. I’m incredibly sensitive to CC but felt great afterwards!
My favorite food spot in the Boston area. Perfect for a weekend breakfast/brunch/lunch. Friendly, knowledgeable staff and separate toaster for GF bread. Only thing I'd ask about for contamination are the baked goods in the display case. Oh, and if you go at prime time, they might not have any seating left. Personal favorite items are the market sandwich (contains prosciutto) and harvest sandwich (vegetarian), but most things are really good!