I have has some very excellent treats from here, but I had some rolls that were like hockey pucks around thanksgiving. We were told they were supposed to be "fluffy yeast rolls", we ordered a dozen and recieved ten. When my mother went back to get a refund the owner was rude and said that gluten free bread is the hardest to make. In my opinion if you don't think something is up to par then don't sell it. I know how hard it is to make gluten free bread, but there is no way someone tasted these and thought they were a good product to sell. Like I have said, I have had good food from here before, I guess just maybe don't get the bread. I have decided I won't come back after this incident. I always used to come out of here with atleast 30$ worth of stuff. There is some good food, but bad ethics.
Food is yummy- but rough hours for someone visiting Saturday through Tuesday because they are closed Sunday-Tuesday. I got there at 3 on Saturday and there wasn't much left since it was the end of the day. But the cookies are to die for. Worth going- especially in this area with very few GF options.
I purchased seven different items on 4/8/16 and ALL of them were fantastic! My two favorites were the peanut butter cookie and the Bakewell tart. My purchase also included a chocolate chip cookie, a mini bundt, a blueberry muffin, and two scones. I have been gf since last June and the items I purchased here are THE BEST I have had. I enjoyed the items over the span of many days, saving the ones packaged in plastic sleeves for last. All still fresh and delicious!
Just stopped by to try one of her "amazing" treats. Highly disappointed in business and what I left with. I was visiting from out of state and decided to stop in on our way back to PA. Because she was close Monday and Tuesday, I had been anticipating coming in this morning (Wednesday). She had nothing but a few treats that you could tell were, at least, a day or so old. The rest of the cases were empty. She apologized and said she had gotten behind and that its full on Saturdays. Well please do not advertise that you are open if you really are not. I ended up buying a peanut butter cookie (for $2.12!) because I was starving, and it was very dry and falling apart. She tried to sell me broken chocolate chip cookies, as well. Bad business.