The people are very sweet and seem to care about the business. The food was not good, and while I do think they care and try I wouldn’t trust the place again for my celiac kids.
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Absolutely delicious. They seemed to take the Celiac's seriously and had dedicated stations for gluten free . The only thing is I got the gluten free blue cheese fries and asked how they made the blue cheese "gravy" without flour . Was told they use corn starch , only problem with this is corn starch is usually made in a facility with other wheats barley's etc.. so it's probably cross contaminated so I probably won't be feeling too good later .. but we shall see.
Be careful. Spoke with waitress about my allergy, she assured me the salad with grilled chicken would be fine so I ordered it along with their GF Mac and cheese and tested both with my NIMA. The Mac and cheese was fine but the chicken came up as having gluten, most likely from cross contamination.
This place is now on my favorite list! GF homemade chips (w/ homemade salsa), fries, burgers & the like! Fryer is gluten free.
Great spot- the GF bun was really good (local, not Udi’s) would definitely go back.
Tons of choices. Great service. Will return if ever in Boise again.
Lots of options including Mac n cheese and beer. Draft beer.
Our waiter, Jacob, was really knowledgeable and friendly. They had gf cider and Omission beer and their menu was clearly marked with gf items.
This place caters to the gluten free population. They have a menu clearly labeled gluten free, a dedicated fryer, and even offer a gluten free beer which is nice since it is a brewery. The food and atmosphere and delightful. I had the macaroni and cheese and was filled with joy.
Good selection of gluten free options on the food menu, including dessert. Dedicated fryer. One or two gluten free beers and ciders in cans.