This is always a nice stop for their macron or almond tea cakes (both A-mazing). Make sure to double check with them on their offerings bc last year started offering non GF macron options. Most are GF and I ask them to pull them frozen from the back to ensure no cross contamination. They thaw in like 8 minutes.
Baked goods are in the same case but they keep them at the top of the case. I forgot to grab her name but the woman behind the counter offered to change her gloves without my having to ask. Coffee was excellent as well. I’m celiac and normally don’t risk it at bakeries but I’m traveling. Worth the risk, I did not get sick!
Gluten free sandwiches, brownies, and french macarons. Delicious!
Absolutely delicious!!!! staff is very knowledgeable, they have a separate GF menu which also has vegan and dairy free options available. They have macarons, brownies, mousse cups, tea cakes and more! I'm so excited to find a place with macarons. they were melt in your mouth!
I got the gluten free salted caramel brownie and the mousse cup and both were fantastic! The staff was knowledgeable and changed their gloves before serving me. And they helped me find somewhere to eat dinner! I will be back before I leave to stock up on the macaroons because they are all Gluten Free except for 2 flavors!
Weird that people have had good experiences with this place! I ordered a gluten free breakfast sandwich and got very sick! It's a shame because my friends love coming here, but I'll only order their coffee next time.
Love love love! Not all of their macaroons are gluten free so watch out for that, but if you ask they’ll tell you which ones are! I order the chocolate mousse cup and it’s super good. There’s potential for cross contamination in the case but i have celiac and have never had a problem. Just tell them you’re GF and they’ll change their gloves too
I love the food at Amelie’s, and I will forever return for their GF salted caramel brownies and macarons. However, I haven’t had good experiences with the staff being knowledgeable about ingredients for lunch items. For example, it was quite an ordeal to find out whether any of their soups were GF. I ended up feeling uneasy about it, but I took a risk on a chicken and rice soup that turned out to be quite bland. Not enough options or confidence in the staff to rely on this place for a meal, sadly, but the GF desserts are a definite go.
The staff was fairly well informed and had an allergen menu on hand. I had more choices than I expected- I loved Amelie's last year but when I was diagnosed with celiac I thought I'd have to say goodby to French pastries. But almond flour is used as the base for a decent number of their desserts- I got a delicious raspberry almond tea cake. All the macarons are gluten free, as are some other desserts like a gluten free brownie, chocolate mousse cups, and creme brulee. The lunch/ dinner menu have fewer choices but most salads and soups are an option.