They told me right away it wasn’t celiac safe bc of shared kitchen and where they make the crepes but once I inquired more they told me they would change gloves, clean the griddle and use clean utensils. She stressed I was still taking a risk but IMO I would live in a bubble if I only went to dedicated gluten free places and as long as they take every precaution they can then I am ok with that. The ham and cheese crepe was delicious and I didn’t get sick. Headed back again today!
— No gluten-free information on the menu
They’re super nice people and the crepes look great, but they don’t have a dedicated cook top and tools, so it is not celiac safe.
I told the staff that I have celiac disease and they told me that it was not safe for people with celiac disease due to flour in the area and shared kitchen space. Do not eat here if you have celiac disease
The crepes were awesome, and the owner understood gluten free and ensured we were safe. I will absolutely come back for another meal.
The staff had no idea that the buckwheat crepes were gluten free, and told me that they had no gluten free dairy free crepes. The menu is marked gf but I was unsure about milk in the batter. After further questioning, she said the buckwheat batter is made with water. I ordered the lemon sugar, it wasn’t great. We had 3 crepes in our order and by the time i got mine it was cold. It tasted like a plain crepe with fresh lemon squeezed onto it. Could’ve used a lot more sugar. I probably will not return.
Haven’t eaten there yet, but the French chef seemed knowledgeable about gluten, and described on the news that the buckwheat crepes are gluten-free.