My rating is solely based on the gluten options, I’m sure this place is delicious. If you merely have a gluten preference there are 2 options: almond horns and macaroons. If you have celiac don’t bother, you’ll just feel sad about all the tasty treats you can’t enjoy. The two options are in a case touching everything else
Almond horn, Sarah, and Princess cookie were all really yummy! They are in refrigerated cases with gluten containing items so eat at your own risk if highly sensitive or celiac. They do not have gluten free bread yet (working on it) so we ordered the turkey and ham sandwiches without bread and there were more that enough ingredients to make a meal. The meats were very tasty and fresh. The service was great. Everyone was very friendly and knowledgeable about gluten sensitivities. They also reminded me that they are not a gluten free facility which I thanked them for. :)
Three stars only because there is a limited selection of gf items.That being said, the princess waffle is well worth the stop. It is not a waffle so much as two flat caramelized sugar wafers sandwiching a thin cream center and dipped in chocolate. Yum!
Stopped in to find a few GF baked goods (as mentioned on here previously). All are in the same case, and right alongside gluten items - so be aware. There were a few almond cookies, florentines, princess waffles (two florentines with mocha cream in the middle) available. I grabbed a princess waffle, quite tasty! I am not totally certain that I did not at least have a mild reaction, but I cannot be sure if it was from here or another place we stopped at. It was tasty, but perhaps not terribly smart for those of us with Celiac.