They do not have a gluten free kitchen. I’ve eaten their bitch-wich and did not feel well afterward. I’m not certain it was significant gluten contamination, but I have chosen to not eat here again. I would definitely not recommend this for someone who is very sensitive.
NOT a GF facility by any means. That said, they are up front about that. They understand the GF issue but since it is a shared facility, it is what it is. I have Hashimoto's and had the GF Bitchqich. I thought it was good food served up with a hearty scoop of irreverent attitude. They welcome you in with "Wassup, bitches?! How ya doin'? " LOL. GF Biscuits were yummy. The size of their breakfast boats with grits is impressive. Amazing orange/choc mocha with real zest!!! Would def visit again.
I didn't eat here because the staff said cross contamination is highly possible, small kitchen and flour up in the air and everywhere so she recommended I eat somewhere else if I was highly sensitive. I have celiac. But it was pretty packed and smelled delicious. I can't rate the quality or taste but because this app is specifically for finding gluten-free options I'm going to use the it's purpose as my criteria for rating and because of what I heard, it gets a low rating on the gluten free scale. But I really appreciate the staffs honesty.
They offer a gluten free biscuit (it was summer time and they did have it in stock when we stopped) but actually recommended to not eat it if highly sensitive or allergic. Pans are cleaned but shared between regular and gf biscuits. The prep and kitchen area are tiny and shared making cross contamination highly possible. We left with no food but it smelled and looked delicious. I have celiac though and couldn't chance it.
I have celiac and did not react after eating here. They were very upfront that the food is prepared in a shared kitchen, but they do use separate equipment and change gloves. Honestly, unless you are lucky enough to find a completely gluten free restaurant (I loved visiting Seattle because they do have them) this is the contamination risk of eating anywhere outside of your home. I felt much safer eating here than in most restaurants in Dallas where I live.
Not Celiac Safe. They were very upfront about the fact that they can't control their cross contamination. So they have gluten free options but are not celiac safe. While I could not eat there, it looked tasty, smelled great, the staff was friendly and my friends said the food was very good.
After reading reviews I thought I'd treat my Celiac son to this place, but when we got there it was clear they couldn't ensure food had no cross-contamination. The original staff person said yes it was safe for Celiacs, but another staff piped in to say no. Eggs are cooked on same stove top as veggie sausage that is not GF. GF biscuits not baked separately. We chose not to risk it.
The first time I've eaten a biscuit since I was diagnosed with Celiac disease many years ago. It was wonderful! I had the bitchwitch with bacon. The place was packed and there are very few seats. It was a 30 minute wait (which they told me when I ordered). It was definitely worth the wait. The staff was friendly and my Spanish Latte was very tasty. I'll definitely be visiting again.
this is a cafe during the day (cafe lieto) but then at night (i believe 10pm to 2am) its called biscuit bitch where they make an array of delicious biscuit and gravy items and one of them is gluten free. feel free to play around w the menu tho bc they can make any of the options gf if you ask just get the gf bread and mushroom gravy, but theyre very knowledgeable so theyll help you make the right decision. amazing drunk food after a night out w friends!! everyone loves this place! staff is awesome