If you don't want cross contamination you have to be the first person there to order when it opens. I've done that before and was fine (not celiac, just sensitive). Crepes were delicious but you can go to Happy Tart if you want gluten free safe crepes.
Gluten free crepes are cooked and served with the same utensils as regular crepes. After missing several days of classes and work for my symptoms after eating here, I expressed my concern to the owner. After multiple emails they made it clear that they are unwilling to remove the gluten free logo from their website? Posting warnings or using separate utensils/surfaces. Very unhelpful and false advertising for the seriously celiac.
Updated #2. Drove specifically for a wonderful crepe from Dulce on 18 Feb 18, yes it was delicious, however within 10 minutes had a severe reaction. Was very clear I needed gluten free, however failed to observe the making. I suspect there was cross contamination. #1 Excellent crepe, highly recommend. No issues. Staff very friendly.
Extremely light, airy, delicious crepes made with high quality, fresh ingredients. The space is small and shared so cross contamination may be an issue but they are extremely accommodating and thoughtful; id be willing to bet that they'd clean the crepe griddle if you asked. The cost may seem a bit high at $7-$10 a crepe but the quality of the food and service make it more than worth it. They also serve a killer latte with illy beans. The only things I'd suggest to management is updating their website to correctly spell "gluten" and to invest in better silverware - the crepes are nearly impossible to cut with the flimsy plastic utensils they currently have. Oh and maybe change the playlist; it feels like a very clean and calm European coffee shop but they were playing rock and Rihanna at 10 am.