I went there for dinner on a hot september thursday night. It's a very low class pub with no air circulation. The table was sticky and the not so cold water is served from recycled wine bottles. A band was playing and I normally enjoy any music but this band seriously sucked. From where I was sitting I could see the kitchen. It is as small as a food truck kitchen and the cooking is done by two teenagers. Everything is cooked using the same ustensiles, surface areas,etc. I told the waitress I was celiac and to please tell the kitchen but the kid preparing my fish tacos didn,t care and was handling my taco after making burgers on the same surface so hello contamination. I should of just refused the meal and left. I was starving after the long wait so I just ate it. It was the worst fish taco I ever had. The soft taco shell was cold and just not great and the small plate was 14$!! I was starving again an hour later. Celiac, do not go there.
They were for sure well informed and willing to do the extra work to figure out what might also have dairy in it as I am celiac with both gluten and dairy intolerances. They were upfront about the fryer not being safe which was a good sign. That said the food was just ok nothing spectacular, especially not with the hefty price tag. If you are celiac through they are thoughtful and accommodating which can go a long way if you need to eat out.
Delicious meal but not a ton of options for being both gluten and dairy free. I had the jerk chicken with coconut rice, and they substitued kale for the plantain chips. Told me right away that the fryer was not safe and I appreciated that. Very high quality!