Big sign on the door that says the gluten free donuts are not made in a dedicated frier. Was not safe for me to eat there so I didn't. (their regular donuts are just ok, overpriced compared to nearby cardigan or bogarts - but I cant eat them anymore anyway)
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Limited offerings, there were only GF donuts and two kinds of GF scones - BUT - they were delicious! And, this was the only business in all the areas of the terminal I could find that had consciously considered the needs of G-sensitive folks with clearly labeled (and yummy) edibles prominently displayed. Scarfed one donut right there and then had a fresh baked treat to savor during my flight. The friendly clerk told me they have a baker that eats GF so always includes some GF baked options when she bakes. Truly angels at Angel Food Bakery!
The gluten free items were with the regular ones- touching.
Not safe for celiac. Everything made in the same fryer and kept in the same case. They’re also maybe the worst gluten free donuts I e ever had, didn’t even taste good.
Most definitely NOT gluten free as they do ALL share the same fryer. Disappointed.
I ordered the gluten free donuts and found out later they were made in the same oil as the flour-based items. Not recommended for those with celiac.
I love these donuts. They usually have 5 or more different flavors and they are perfect with a coffee! hard to find but if you walk into the Hell’s kitchen restaurant you will find it!