100% of 3 votes say it's Celiac friendly

5347 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60640 Directions

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Celiac
4 months ago
Celiac friendly

There are always GF options...always. I love this place for breakfast. It turns out that Southern Cuisine has many rice-based dishes. So, there is always a rice based pancake, waffle, or crepe on the menu. And, a standing item is banana buckwheat pancakes. Savory item include two different gluten free appetizers, including corn break with crackling. Also, there is always an omelette and more choices. Do not miss their cheesy grits and their breakfast potatoes are awesome.

Celiac
2 years ago

Waitress was incredibly knowledgeable, steering me away from the pancakes due to cross contamination. I ordered the corn cakes which were soft on the inside and perfectly golden brown on the outside. The combination of the red sauce, corn cakes, and beans was incredible. Also enjoyed fresh squeezed grapefruit juice. We biked over 6 miles to get here and would do it again! Absolutely delicious!

2 years ago

Waitress was knowledgeable about gluten free options and many of the menu items can be made gluten free. Corn bread is gluten free. And the Bayou Teche omelette was so good!

Gluten Free Features

  • Allergen List
  • Pancakes

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  • Breakfast
  • Restaurant

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2 years ago

Their delicious corn bread is gluten-free! A good selection of gluten-free options. No gluten-free menu but my waiter was very knowledgeable and accommodating.

3 years ago

This place has become our go-to. The menu is so delicious and interesting--and often already gluten free, even without accommodations (which they are very willing to make). Everyone is very knowledgeable and thoughtful. One of the best cocktail programs in the city to boot!

4 years ago

The pozole was excellent, as was the skillet cornbread, staff was very helpful in explaining the menu.

4 years ago
Celiac friendly

They do a number of their items naturally gluten free since they use the old recipes for things like corn bread and corn cakes. One of their servers is celiac and the staff is knowledgeable and you can always ask for the chef.

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