I had my most favorite sandwich ever at this bistro. (The Monte Cristo, in case you are wondering.) The menu is extensive and everything is 100% gluten-free. The decor of the restaurant is fun and inviting. I loved everything about this place.
Excellent food, dedicated gluten. Staff will not even allow customers to bring gluten products into the property. We ate here three nights in a row and each time was great. Recommend making a reservation as it is a busy spot. Bakery items and frozen lasagne to go were also great.
While visit Colorado Springs, CO, I come across this restaurant in my App (which I love btw). Super excited to try it out, and was NOT disappointed. What a change to not have to explain myself, define celiac, or worry about cross-contamination. The service (Natalie was wonderful), the food, the atmosphere, everything was great. Cannot wait to go back!
Such a big bummer to write a bad review for my all time favorite place. We've been eating here for 10 almost every week. The sad thing is they're kissy not as good as they used to be. On a recent visit we say a good 20 minutes until our server took our order, he was great and comped or desserts, but threw food was not worth the wait or the price. It arrived cold, which seems to be normal these days, barely any ingredients in my crepe and salad was small with limp lettuce. So much of the menu consists of fried foods, which I've never really eaten in my life. The biggest concern for me is I leave feeling sick, like bad food sick. Not sure if it's food poisoning or what. But it had occurred on many occasions lately. For a brief time there was a former food manager working here from the Broadmoor and you tell the difference, and we could also tell when he left. Everything was bad again. It really bothers me to have to write them a bad review but it just seems like something needs to change? Like other reviewers, I too have purchased baked goods and find when I get home they are hard and stale and go in the trash. Not cool for the price they are. So for now I'll be taking a break from dining here and maybe we'll return when we here that things are better again.
This is an awesome restaurant with a great deck. The food we had was amazing... my non-GF hubby said it was the best fried chicken he’s ever had. He ordered the fish and chips and also loved that, but the caprese bites were best of all. Coquette’s was certainly the highly of my Colorado Springs trip!
It's great to dine where the entire menu is GF, we appreciate it very much. The food was good, however, the desserts were disappointing, they were dry and we didn't like the flavors. Service was good and friendly. It would have been nice to have some kind of GF pasta dish on the menu for kiddos.
Husband and I stopped in after a day at Garden of the Gods and it was one of best meals I have ever eaten! EVERYTHING is gluten free!! We had amazing fried calamari, I got the Monte Cristo sandwich and the husband got the chicken fried steak. I wish I could eat here everyday. If you’re in Colorado Springs or even Denver make the trip here! Baked goods are amazing too!
Best gluten-free meal I’ve ever had. I had chicken tenders which had the best breading I’ve seen- very crispy! Also, my side of fries were literally twins to McDonalds’ fries. Everything is 100% gluten-free and they also have a cute baked goods section at the front. Our waiter was amazing!! Very kind, professional, and personable. Beautiful restaurant as well!
The waitstaff was good, I got the Caprese bites and a biscuit. The biscuit is worth missing, it’s dense and hard. The caprese bites were very good I just wish it had more tomato. I would recommend eating here if you don’t have any dietary restrictions other than celiac. There’s not many vegetarian options and almost no vegan options.
Amazing and refreshing to be able to order ANYTHING off the menu!! All GF. Plenty of options for other diets as well. Our service was great. I enjoyed the breakfast Crepes and tried my sons French toast which was great! Nice atmosphere. We took some cookies and cupcakes to go. They were a little dry by the next day when we ate them, but still tasty. The pie that we saw come out of the oven looked amazing! Will have to try it next time. 😍
Holy cow!!! We traveled 90 minutes (to visit friends) and to eat here and it was worth the entire journey. Their ENTIRE MENU is gluten free. My daughter and I both have celiac and are highly reactive. We ordered calamari to start but they accidentally brought us caprese bites (gf crepes filled with cream cheese, tomatoes and fresh basil). They gave us the bites on the house. My daughter had the chicken fried steak with gravy and sweet potato criss-cut fries, and I had the battered cod with truffle fries. We were so excited to have so many choices...we may have overdone it. The service was gracious and attentive. We visited Mother’s Day so having reservations was apparently needed. We were happy to sit in the bar. The whole restaurant is very inviting. Next time, we’ll call ahead (or make reservations online via their website) and we’ll sit in the patio
They used to be reputable, but lately their business practices give cause for concern. Any customer with a legitimate complaint is shamed and intimidated. Instead of wanting to work things out they use profanity and blame you. I cannot trust a company who behaves like that to handle a Celiac kitchen properly. There will come a day when they cut one corner too many and someone will get sick or hurt.
This place used to be great. Service has taken a dive over the last year. The most current experience was that I ordered a fieldhouse seasonal beer on the menu listed as $6. The bill read $8. I asked the server if she could check on the price in case I misread the menu. She returned and said $8 is correct. I double checked the menu on our way out. It was definitely $6. Either the menu needs updating or I received the wrong beer. Hopefully it was GF. I'm writing this shortly after our visit. The last 4 times I've been here there's something missing in the quality of the food, waitstaff, or prices always increasing.
Coming through on our way back to Oklahoma and my husband (gluten lover) and I decided to stop. We shared the fried pickles, fried chicken, and chicken fried steak (I obviously miss fried food the most)! Holy, moly. This will be a regular stop when we head up to the mountains!!
I’ve been to many gluten free bakeries around the country and this is by far the best. We tried a variety and it was all exceptional. We also had lunch there and I was in heaven. The rest of my party who do not need gluten free enjoyed everything that they ate and even ordered more to go. Well done!
Celiac heaven! When was the last time you could eat anything on a restaurant menu??? The truffle fries and bruschetta were great, pot pie the perfect fall food, and fried chicken!!! The lavender chocolate mousse in a fried crepe bowl is an experience! Go here! We live in Denver and make the trip here and there