I am gluten and dairy free so I ordered an omelet without cheese, fruit, and potatoes. The server said the eggs were always prepared without milk and the potatos are simply sliced and fried.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
They told me the tomato bisque was gluten free but I became violently sick afterwards. I don’t believe it’s a gluten free safe restaurant.
My non-GF sister has raved about this place for ages. She wanted to take the family when they were here visiting but last time she was in wasn't sure after the visit if it would be safe for me. I didn't want to miss out on family time because of celiac, so I came with food that I could eat either while they had breakfast or after (if I had no safe options and felt uncomfortablr and wasn't able to eat with them). I asked my normal questions of our waitress about what was safe, explaining my health needs, per usual. She was as sweet as could be, knew what was safe, explained that they had someone who works there with celiac and what she normally ate, and made sure my food was prepared first and came out first to avoid cross-contamination. Options are limited to fruit, eggs, omelets, bacon, and the cheese grits. I had two eggs over easy and they were absolutely fabulous. I also ate the blueberry muffins that I had brought along with me and they had no problem with me eating my own food. The limited options were what dropped my stars from 5 to 4. I'd love to see an option of some other type of carb although I can appreciate the difficulties of doing so. I would definitely eat here again though.