Not great for kids. They would not make any changes to their menu to accommodate my 12 year old with Celiac so because he doesn't like fondue our only option was the $27 filet mignon. We went for breakfast 2 years ago (before Celiac diagnosis) and if you don't have gluten problems it was delicious.
Nicely labeled GF menu. I went for brunch and had eggs, Brie, GF toast, and ham. The toast was on some of the best GF bread I've ever had- I had to question whether it was even GF or not! I also had the strawberry lemonade- very good and flavorful. I had to dock a star for the amount you pay for, it was pretty expensive for the amount of food you get and also pretty basic. It would be fun if they played with flavor a bit more using natural spices.
We ate here twice - once for lunch and once for dinner - and both were great experiences. There are many gluten free options on the brunch/lunch menu, and most come with delicious home made gluten free bread. For dinner, I was able to have the house speciality - cheese fondue (with the homemade bread) - for the first time since being diagnosed. The owner is very knowledgeable about Celiac issues.
We went for breakfast and sat on their upstairs porch. This place as the most comprehensive marking of different allergies/diets on their menu that I have ever seen. Unfortunately, they mixed dairy-free in with vegetarian, so I had to ask whether some of the items with meat had dairy too. They have gluten-free, dairy-free bread which is homemade by the wife of the wonderful husband/wife owner duo. This bread was really tasty and not too dense, while also feeling like it wasn't just starchy. The drinks were good, but the eggs were watery. Still, I would come back on another trip.