I come here at least once a month for breakfast. The food and service is great and the menu has a lot of great gf options. Some are even egg free!!! I was told the owners have family with celiac so they are very conscientious of gluten. Celiac safe and awesome.
This is one of my favorite restaurants. The breakfasts are very unique, or you can get the usual breakfast fare. Be sure to mention you have a gluten allergy/celiac, and they will take extra care. I have never been cross-contaminated here.
I was very happy with this place. when informed of my celiac condition, the staff were curteous and helpful. The breakfast tacos were great. They knew enough to let me know the potatoes typically with the tacos were cooked on the same griddle as wheat and offered an alternative (fruit or salad). I was not glutened and would definitely eat here again.
The food is good! But the gluten-free preparation is hit or miss. I've had good experiences here, and I've had bad experiences here. Admittedly, the staff was much more aware and accommodating with the original owners. Since the restaurant was sold, things have changed a bit. So be prepared for up-charges and that your meal may not be 100% gluten-free.
They list items that are gluten free, but the server we had demonstrated a complete lack of care and interest about a medical need to keep strictly gluten free. When asked about the breakfast tacos that were delivered (with eggs differently than ordered) we were met with a shrug and an excuse - no follow up, no attempt to make certain things were correct. Food was ok, but pricy.
I was happily impressed with this restaurant. there were so many options for me for breakfast! The food was delicious, as well. I had an omelette with gluten free toast, but I will have to go back to try the pancakes. I only gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because I am not Celiac did not need to 100% avoid cross contamination, so I did not ask about their protocols. Taking to the manager he said they try their very best to accommodate dietary needs, and I think it shows!
I first went to EBR in late July, and liked it so much I decided to start working there to eat the food all the time. The menu has many GF options, and they take special care with all who state that they have Celiac. They cannot guarantee a totally gluten free environment, like most places, but they do wash their hands before making a Celiac plate, use separate cooking surfaces and tools, and they don't fry anything in shared oil for Celiac customers. The menu is the same no matter who you are, but variations can be made on most items to make the GF friendly. All in all, I love this place. It's a great place to eat, and a great place to work.