I’m giving this a solid three stars, because for those of you who aren’t Celiac it’s probably a lovey place. For Celiacs, I don’t recommend it. Even very helpful staff aren’t able to answer much about ingredients or cooking methods and usually aren’t aware of cross contamination issues, and seem not to take those seriously. I still go periodically but stick to plain salads and coffee.
I went here expecting a positive experience based on reviews and was disappointed. When I asked the waitress about cross contamination in the fryer she was hostile and defensive and swore that no wheat touched the fryer. Then I pointed out that they serve beer battered onion rings and she asked me what my point was. My boyfriend had to explain to her that beer has gluten in it. I ordered the curry which seemed safe. I should have left. I got glutened and have been sick for days.
I feel comfortable eating here—and I’m highly sensitive.
Delicious food. Quaint atmosphere. Small kitchen so food took awhile because of it being busy. There isn't a separate gluten free menu,but there are multiple options. I'm soy free as well and there were multiple options for food AND desserts