They have gluten free bread, but do not have a separate toaster and the waitress rolled her eyes when I asked. The bacon and eggs are cooked on the same grill as the bread and I was told that they could not guarantee there was no cross contamination. My celiac son had fruit. Great food, but not celiac safe.
Owner insists staff charge for any change, even if what you ask for is less money. For example, if you ask for slices of tomato instead of an english muffin. Celiac disease doesn’t make you stupid, an english muffin costs more than 2 slices of tomato.
As a total breakfast snob I can say both times I've been here the food was delicious. Its a bit more expensive then other breakfast places but they give you a lot of food. My only complaint is that they advertise "gluten free toast" on their menu, but when I asked if they had a seperate toaster for it I was told that they use the same toaster that they use for the regular bread. So the TOAST IS NOT SAFE for those of us with Celiac. Other than that the food was great and the waitstaff is awesome! Depot diner is quickly becoming one of my favorites.
I go here often (live two streets away) and have never had an issue. The food is always really good and they have Gillian's GF bread, which is the best GF bread I've ever had. Better than most of the regular breads I used to be able to eat. Sometimes the wait is super long but that's really the only downside of this place. Would highly recommend it to anyone.
Not listed on menu but they make their own gluten free bread for sandwiches and toast. Friendly and accommodating