I have been here on several occasions and it is a crap shoot based on if you get someone that is knowledgeable. Beware of the people that SEEM knowledgeable. There is new management and they seem knowledgeable, but when my crepe was brought out, it had this beautiful creme sauce on top.... since I had already spoken with the manager and she took my order and knew I had Celiac and ahe seemed knowledgeable... I thought it would be ok... a few bites in I started feeling sick and stopped eating. Went tk speak with the manager about the sauce and what they thicken it with... immediately her face fell and she started profusely apologizing because she didnt even think about wheat/gluten being in the sauce but as soon as I asked she realized they thicken it with wheat flour. I will never be coming here again for anything more than coffee unless they take gluten-free more seriously and actually get separate equipment and have specific gf menu items. (Which I don't think will actually happen) Haphazardly going about gf is not okay for anyone with celiac.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
We popped into Frogg’s on a whim to see if they had gluten free crepe options. We were thrilled to find out they did. I tried the banana foster crepe and my daughter had “Nutella and stuff” (with banana and strawberry). They make all their crepes where you can see them and while there may be cross-contamination, it seemed minor risk as the crepe plates are hot and clean. We will be back!
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Not Celiac friendly