Good was really good. But not labeled clearly on menu. They do have gf toast. Receipt had warning on it for kitchen to be aware of allergy. Was just disappointed in the lack of labeling on menu.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
I had an omelette and confirmed they don’t put any gluten in their eggs to thicken them like IHOP so it’s safe.
They also have gluten free bread for toast. I confirmed they store the bread separately and use a separate toaster just for the GF bread to toast it.
Just be sure to tell them you have celiac disease or a gluten allergy and they’ll bring your food out last to make sure it’s not near everyone else’s food.
Overall, the food was good and I didn’t get sick so I was happy with my experience.
Offers GF toast and French toast. States on menu though that French toast is cooked in same batter they dip the regular bread in. However there are lots of egg dishes to choose from, you can get grits and fruit.
I eat weekly at the Wake Forest location. Breakfast wait staff are always careful to Mark my ticket as celiac and I’ve never had an issue in the 9 years since I was diagnosed. They offer gf toast choice for breakfast and lunch sandwiches. The fryer is not dedicated. However they offer several options if you go at lunch time to serve with your sandwich. My sister (also celiac) had a most delicious chicken sandwich last week! They offer gf French Toast but the staff has warned me off of that option as the risk for cross contamination is quite high.
No dedicated gluten-free menu or prep area, but helpful staff and a large robust breakfast menu that's pretty easy to order gluten-free from. Definitely recommend this place; in fact, I eat here regularly even after my Celiac diagnosis, and feel wonderful.