This was a delightful meal. We ate dinner here and the staff was friendly, understanding, and clear. The non-gf meals were reportedly quite good. I ordered a gf roasted half-chicken, which was delicious. The menu had gluten free options marked, although the fried chicken (marked gf) was in a shared frier so not celiac friendly.
the person who rated it down for being crowded is crazy. yes, it is tight, it's in a tiny old Presbyterian church. The food is AMAZING. it is SO good. The portions are small, but they are supposed to be, it's a small plate (tapas) restaurant. I highly recommend it.
When this restaurant first opened the staff stated GF items were not cross contaminated. Over time and several visits we realized the whole kitchen is exposed to gluten including the fryer. I am amazed they can list items as GF when they are cooked in cross contaminated oils and cooked in the same pans. Had high hopes for this location and should be avoided if you are in fact allergic to wheat or trying to avoid it.
We ate here on recommendations from find me gluten free the food was delicious. But would give it a $$$$ for the prices. Everything is alacarte. We had the beet salad, calamari (delicious), lamb kabobs and pork with coconut red curry. Service was great. Would definitely come back. The sauces went well with meats. Just FYI it is Northwest small plate.