So they have “gluten-free” options, but not really. Their options include benedicts, so of course I asked what the English muffins were made of. Turns out they’re “gluten-free” in the way people think any-old sourdough is safe for people with Celiac. Be careful what you order, and don’t take their menu at face value.
The menu looked so exciting with so much marked gluten free. However our server let me know their kitchen “is covered in flour” and the GF bread is toasted in the gluten toaster. I ended up having what she thought was the safest bet, eggs/potatoes/bacon. The restaurant and staff were great and I appreciated the honest information. It would be great for those with a sensitivity not Celiac.
I have celiac & was thrilled to see so many GF options! BUT, the third time I went in for breakfast, having requested no toast on my plate, it arrived with toast touching the omelet. I politely reminded the waitress that I'd requested no toast at all since I prefer not to take the chance as a celiac. She seemed annoyed and took the plate away to the kitchen, returning less than 2 minutes later with the same plate less the toast on it, but with an obvious wipe mark. My friend politely explained that the seriousness of celiac disease and cross contamination issues and requested that the dish be remade. 15 minutes later my plate reappeared, minus the toast. Unfortunately, I have no way of knowing whether they actually remade it or simply placed it under a heat lamp on a clean plate. I was ill for a week after eating that breakfast. I probably wouldn't risk it again.
Not the best food I've ever tasted, but safe for Celiacs & has lots of options!! I had the eggs Benedict (on GF toast). The cinnamon raisin French toast sounded good too, I'll try that next. Items clearly marked gf on menu, and waiters are knowledgeable... as soon as I mentioned "allergy" he said "Do you have Celiac? We make sure there's no cross contamination." Overall good experience, I'll be back 😊