Not Coeliac friendly. They had a cabinet of GF products many made with oats. I asked if the scones were made with oats but I was told very abruptly that if I were allergic to oats I shouldn't eat anything as there was a high likely hood of traces. I continued to order a latte. Overall terrible service. I got the feeling this place markers itself for those who are GF for a lifestyle choice rather than those who are allergic/intolerant/Coeliac.
6 months into my Celiac Dx and bought their bread advertised as gluten free. Silly me for trusting the vender rather than reading the ingredients. Contains gluten! Not just traces of gluten! Gluten! The scone was good. But now I'm like, there is no clear definition of what their definition of gluten free is, so I won't be trusting this establishment at all.