Closed!!!!! No longer in business.
Good selection of gluten free options. They ask for allergens and are mindful of ensuring safe eating. I have two complaints, the name has changed and the location moved. I informed them of this upon arrival. Additionally, I found the food to be ok. Not great. They use a lot of coconut in their baking, unfortunately after telling the cashier of my lack of fondness for coconut, she failed to mention that the two desserts I paid an arm and a leg for were mostly made of coconut. I threw them out with barely a bite. I will return for meals as it is a safe place to eat when I travel to Rocklin, however I will ask more questions on ingredients.
lots of options for gf. you can customize every thing but the soups. transparent with their ingredients. Vegan. love it!
First, silverware was not clean. Second, charging $1.5 for 2 slices of avocado is ridiculous. They also charge $1 for gf bread(at least looks like a good one) Food was ok, lemonade was good! this place is at least $$ in price.
My daughter is vegan, I have celiac, my mom is GF & DF, so it is hard to find a place we can all eat. I loved this place. I didn't have one, but my daughter loved her smoothie. Their GF bread for sandwiches is decent.
It pains me to give only two stars because my veggie sandwich was SO amazing, but I ate there on Saturday and today is Wednesday and I am still paying the price for eating somewhere without a dedicated gluten free preparation area. Baagan's website clearly states that everything on the menu is gluten free, aside from their bread and tortillas. However, almost immediately after enjoying my peanut butter cup shake and my gluten-free veggie hummus sandwich I began showing symptoms. The server was very helpful when I explained the cross-contamination concerns I had when ordering, and let me know that they would use separate knives to prep my sandwich, disinfect my prep area prior to assembling, as well as change their gloves. I even opted to not toast my sandwich since there was no way to thoroughly clean the appliances. So I was pretty bummed when my symptoms hit me. I haven't had dermatitis herpetiformis on my face since initially going fully gluten-free (until now), so I am assuming there was more than just a little bit of cross-contamination going on. I am curious to know exactly what the ingredients of the peanut butter cup shake are. Perhaps there is some hidden gluten the owners are unaware of. If you are eating gluten-free for reasons unrelated to Celiac, then I highly recommend Baagan! It is SO delicious and their gluten free bread is some of the best I have tasted! But if you have Celiac, beware.
Always good service amazing food never a long wait
Hands down my favorite place to eat! Fabulous recipes and almost everything gluten free!
Yummy! The GF veggie sandwich is great.
Gluten free and vegan. A little pricey but not bad for raw food. They have an ice cream made out of bananas thats amazing.
Veggie wrap with spicy hummus - so good!!!