Food was fantastic. Great flavors and they seemed knowledgable about handling Celiac. GF toast hadgreattaste and texture. Would definitely return.
They have gluten-free lobster Benedict and a really good beef burger on GF bread. The GF bread is GF bread, but at least it is a choice. Every lunch, dinner,or breakfast has been good. They also sometimes have GF pie.
My mom and I dined here for lunch. She told the employee I needed GF bread since I have an allergy, but when the food came out, I noticed it was on a regular croissant. I asked the manager (who brought us our food) if the bread contained gluten since we specifically told the woman who took my order that I have an allergy. He was extremely apologetic and gave me a new sandwich with fresh fries. The fries are fried in the same oil as meat, so to err on the safe side, I took Gluten Cutter.
They do have an entire GF menu, and I was extremely impressed with the options.
— Separate gluten-free menu
Waited inline and they took order that they had gluten free pancakes, whole reason I came here as we can get eggs anywhere, and after going to table and paying, they didn’t have any. What a JOKE!! Don’t have gluten free on menu if u can’t stick ur kitchen....don’t come here thinking the staff knows what’s going on in kitchen!
Best ham and Swiss cheese omelette I had in years! The gluten free toast was appreciated. The Santa Fe grilled chicken salad was also delicious. The cashier explained that they do their best to prevent cross contamination by changing gloves and utensils.
You have to ask the cashier for the GF menu. It helps to have the regular menu in hand to see what exactly is in the GF items, as the GF menu only lists the names of the options without a description. Also, the ordering process is more like a StarBucks than a normal sit-down restaurant.