We walked up and asked for a GF menu, the young hostess looked confused, looked at the menu and said she thought there were “a lot of Gluten options”. We left and walked down to Geddy’s. I give them credit (and 3 stars) for having GF bread, but beyond we are tired of going to a place that claims to have GF and the staff is not educated. That is usually followed by: we’re out of GF bread.
OK if really cautious. Went twice, first time had chicken salad on GF bun and all was fine. Next day ordered grilled chicken on GF, came on regular bun. So glad I knew what GF bun should look like from night before or my vacation would have been ruined. They re-made sandwich correctly when I told waitress about it. I'm saying celiac friendly but only if you know how to take care of yourself.
My gluten-intolerant son said the gf hamburger bun was really good. Too bad they served him a regular bun first. The waitress was horrified (someone else had delivered our food) and we got a new burger quickly. Glad my son is merely intolerant.