Alright, I know a gluten free cinnamon roll isn't the easiest thing to make but the ones here are dry, small, and expensive. Yes, you can customize the cinnamon roll's topping, but you're still getting the same dry, flavorless base. They are kept in a separate container so cross contamination is only possible from the cooking process. I'm celiac and didn't get sick, but I also was extremely disappointed and wouldn't go back.
Do yourself a favor, use the Schär puff pastry and make your own cinnamon roll. Yes, it's extra time but I promise you it is a million times better
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
All of the gluten-containing cinnamon rolls are in the front case. To prevent cross contamination, the gluten free cinnamon rolls are kept in the back fridge and topped as ordered.
They have 50 different flavor options for cinnamon roll toppings. Most of them are gluten free aside from the obvious ones with cookie/crumb toppings.
Staff is very knowledgeable about their product, allergens and preparation.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu