Had breakfast there. Very friendly staff, but they only offered eggs, yoghurt without granola and fruits on their GF breakfast menu. I asked for GF bread, there was none which was very dull (couldn’t they just have GF bread in the freezer, and keep a separate toaster for the GF bread? Or put GF bread in a plastic bag and microwave it. Like other restaurants do). Also they don’t seem to know the difference between “wheat “ and “gluten”, since they got it mixed up in the menu.