I've eaten here multiple times in the past and loved every experience. This time the menu had changed. It's no longer a vegan restaurant. The waitress was unfamiliar with the term gluten free even though gf is marked on the menu. I ordered a salad and within 10 minutes felt glutened. Stay away if your sensitive!!
I was so excited to try this place since it is supposed to be a dedicated gluten free restaurant. Maybe it used to be, but they offer regular bread and pasta. I clearly communicated that I cannot have gluten and was assured my food was gluten free. However, I suffered the worst glutening I have ever had from eating here. I feel like they understand gluten free as a lifestyle choice and have zero concept of cross contamination. I will not be returning.
Everything GF. Got my first GF waffle !! Very good- lots of topping options. Omelets available.
If I could give this place 10 stars I would! We had brunch the food was amazing! We split a veggie omlat and French toast. The sieving a were so big we had a hard time eating it all, but the food was so good we couldn't stop eating. Will be back again, soon 😉
Odd musty smell when we walked in; kind of unpleasant. We had dessert only. I had the ginger peach cheesecake and my son had the lemon cream pie. Both GF and vegan. Tasty although mine was overly sweet with agave drizzled on top. It was good. Might or might not go back.
Absolutely love their brunch menu - completely recommend.
The food was excellent! We had four in our party and everyone left happy. As a Celiac, I was relieved to know their entire kitchen was gluten free. The omelette was one of the best I've ever had. My husband's waffles were crispy and delicious. We all enjoyed. Highly recommended and safe.
Apple tart was really good. Daughter has celiac, great to have fear free dinner out. Menu is limited though and a bit exotic for kids.
I know for a fact that this is the only restaurant in Pittsburgh that every item on their menu is 100% gluten free. It's the only restaurant that serves locally sourced raw food. It's also the only restaurant that understands the cuisine. The owner/chef is celiac. If you haven't been here yet, go now.
Some of the best gluten free food and the most celiac friendly place in Pittsburgh I have had. Want want to go back and try everything on their menu!
We went for mother's day brunch and it was delicious. All of the food was absolutely yummy. The family favorite was the cold chia pudding, which we shared. The waffle and apple stuffed pancake were also great. The portions were very generous. We honestly ordered too much! But it was all delicious and we didn't mind carrying out. Unfortunately, the restaurant was stifling the day we went, so that put a damper on the overall experience that day. And I deducted a star because they claim to be fully gluten free, yet they have barley and wheat grass in their smoothies. While technically Barley and Wheat grass are gf, they are often highly cross contaminated so fellow celiacs be wary of that possible issue. But all in all, it was a delicious experience and we will be back.
The menu is good most of the time, however the wait staff is very rude.
Delicious, fresh food! We tried the GF waffles, which were good, but very cake-like and thick. If I had never had the fluffy GF, they would have been fantastic. We also had omelets and the breakfast burrito.
Incredible, all around allergy friendly, food equally delicious and artful.
Specializes in raw and vegan. Everything on the menu is gf, except the flat bread. They also make gf waffles and buns in house.