Was told 10 minutes wait for a sandwich to go. I took a refund and left after 25. There appears to be a somewhat gluten free section in the kitchen, but the so-called gluten sensitive quiche is uncovered in the curtain of a cases with open shelves of glutinous baked goods, with crumbs all over the place. The baristas and cashiers handle plates full of crumbs with no gloves. Bottom line: I would trust the coffee only, here, and then only if I asked the baristas to use clean gloves and has lots of time.
Told them I had celiac and they told me they heat up the bagel in the oven and change their gloves. I’m very sensitive and I had no reaction. I got the bacon, egg and cheese sandwich! Recommend!
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Gave me a grilled whole wheat wrap INSTEAD of the gluten free wrap.
When brought to attention. "You have to understand one is a cooking method not the bread choice.". Really? I didn't know!
The best gluten-free crapes chocolate chip muffins and scones bagels overnight oats oh my !! so many gluten-free options !!
Everything is great. Awesome atmosphere. Gluten free quiche! They roast their own coffee. One of my favorite roasts in the country.
Not celiac friendly. They owner/manager? Was very sweet and sat with me for quiet a while. They were very nervous that I would end up ill. They did go out of their way to make sure that my food was safe, but it is not a norm for them. I think that they could make easy minimal changes that would make it safe for celiacs but right now it isn't and that is sad because it was a cute place.
I had a rich, aromatic high quality latte with almond milk (as it wasn't meal time) and heard from staff that they can make GF crepes. Love the feel of this cafe. Beautifully decorated. Free internet and relaxed, peaceful atmosphere. A non-profit direct trade business with real heart.
I got a lovely GF bagel and hot chocolate. The pastries are made in a local 100% GF bakery in Hollis. The staff was kind and helpful.