While they said they did had cross contamination, they took measures for safety; stopped the line, took the time to sanitize a griddle and Cook did a glove change. Thankfully I ordered a sweet fruit crepe, so not much cross contamination with sliced strawberries and whipped cream. Not sure I would label it friendly. Not sure I wouldn't either due to the measures they went through (in the middle of the day with a line pout of the door).... I did not get sick either. I also liked open kitchen so you can watch what they are doing versus just taking their word on it.
Walked in and staff told me there is a lot of cross contamination. I chose not to order anything
Not particularly celiac friendly but still good, don’t know why so many negative reviews
Not celiac friendly and admit it.
Got really sick from their "gluten free" crepes...
My son and I were asked if we were celiac...we are...and were told they would not serve us as they did not have seperate equipment for gf. That was responsible, but we were hungry and wished they took the time and effort to avoid cross contamination.
My GF buckwheat crepe was delicious. The server was attentive to my needs.
I attempted to eat here, but was disappointed after waiting in line for 10+ minutes to find out that they were out of their gluten free ingredients.
My friend tells me that the food is delicious, however I give it a 1 star because they never ever have gluten free available. I've gone there 5 times at various times to be told "we're out".
If you're hungry, don't count on this restaurant!
The food is amazing! I would eat here everyday if I lived here!
Amazing!!! I go at least once a month and not once have I ever gotten sick..
I had a savory crepe for lunch, and it was delicious. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 star is because the veggies weren't chopped up, making it difficult to chew like a lady, lol. I love fresh tomatoes and green onions but who wants to eat them in a crepe in 2" (tomato) and 1" (green onion) pieces? They used a different hot plate for mine than my Bf who got a regular crepe.
I have Celiac and it didn't make me sick. It was nice to have a gf crepe!
Really tasty! Had the Ham and cheese.
Not safe for celiacs, common cook surfaces, and staff (when I was there) weren't knowledgeable beyond the fact that they offered GF crepes. The crepes themselves were buckwheat and definitely not worth it unless you're having some crepe craving nothing else will fill...even then, be careful if you have celiac.
Wonderful crepes, but definitely not celiac friendly. They use all of the same surfaces for both types of crepes (GF/non GF). That being said, stop by if GF is a lifestyle choice! Delicious options.
Hot and fresh and delicious tasting. Definitely not a dedicated kitchen but since it was slow he thoroughly cleaned up; taking a chance but the crepe au saumon was fantastic
Delicious crepes with many options to choose from. Their GF crepes are made from buckwheat flour.
We tried to visit this restaurant as soon as they opened. After waiting in a slow line, I was told they didn't have GF crepe mix ready and were too busy to mix it.