50% of 2 votes say it's Celiac friendly

7311 Grandview Ave, Arvada, CO 80002 Directions

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The staff was knowledgeable and the owner even came out to talk to us and warn us about the kitchen. They absolutely did try to accommodate our food allergies. But definitely not celiac safe.

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At a recent brunch, we had a fantastic experience. Our server was knowledgeable/understanding about my need for gluten free food. She was able to suggest modifications to just about every dish giving me lots of great options to choose from. I ended up with the stuffed French toast, which was AMAZING. We will definitely be back. Highly recommended.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Gluten Free Features

  • Bread/Buns
  • Burgers
  • French Toast
  • Sandwiches

Categories

  • Breakfast
  • Cafe
  • Lunch

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DESSERT ONLY Amazing GF chocolate cake, chocolate chip cookies and muffins. Call ahead and see what they have! They can also do GF pies if you call ahead.

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Nothing gluten free except for one kind of bread. And the restaurant smells like fish oil🤢....

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Not safe due to high cross contamination, lack of gf products and lack of knowledge on how to prep the food.

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We called ahead and we were told there would be gluten free items and bread. When we got here, they were out of gluten free bread and none of their other items were gluten free including their salad dressings which is usually my fall back.

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If being gluten free is a requirement and not a choice, then don't go to Bread Winners. I called ahead and was told that I could find several gf options, so I planned a lunch with friends. The hostess and waitress confirmed that ordering gf wouldn't be a problem. When I asked the waitress specific questions regarding menu options, she had no idea what was/wasn't gf. The manager briefly came over to answer one question and left. I placed an order but asked the waitress to confirm that it would be gluten free. At that point the chef came to the table and explained that everything is prepared using shared cooking surfaces. They might offer gf bread, but everything they prepare will likely have gluten.

Celiac

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If being gluten free is a requirement and not a choice, then don't go to Bread Winners. I called ahead and was told that I could find several gf options, so I planned a lunch with friends. The hostess and waitress confirmed that ordering gf wouldn't be a problem. When I asked the waitress specific questions regarding menu options, she had no idea what was/wasn't gf. The manager briefly came over to answer one question and left. I placed an order but asked the waitress to confirm that it would be gluten free. At that point the chef came to the table and explained that everything is prepared using shared cooking surfaces. They might offer gf bread, but everything they prepare will likely have gluten leaving me with no options other than fruit. My friends graciously offered to find another lunch spot, and we left.

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The only gluten free options provided are the buns for the burgers and the sandwiches. If you want to sub fruit instead of a gluten-laden side, it is an extra dollar. I can't justify spending $2 extra for a modified meal with cross contamination when prices are already high.

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Very disappointed. Our waiter said flat out that he had no idea what had gluten and what didn't. We had to ask for the manager, who was knowledgeable. My son has severe nut allergies, and it turns out that the waiter was going to let him order an item that would have definitely been cross contaminated. So Diner beware. Also be prepared to wait a long time for service.

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My husband and I met friends here for lunch. It was really busy, but the waiter was great. When I told him I was gluten free and asked about options, he went to grab a manager who was more knowledgeable. She had just talked to another table about the gluten free options. The waiter listened so he could learn what the options were, too. They have gluten free buns from Local Oven to sub on all the burgers and sandwiches, but I opted for the steak salad. It was delicious. The steak was cooked perfectly and the vinaigrette had a good flavor.

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