This place is as Celiac friendly as any place with a shared kitchen can be. Each diner needs to take their own sensitivity into account, but we had a good experience all around for our Celiac family of four. Husband got a breakfast sandwich on the GF English muffin. I had the English muffin with butter and jelly. Daughter got a strawberry Nutella crepe and was so full she couldn’t finish it! My mocha with almond milk was well prepped and they were patient dolls with my slightly crazy toddler who would not sit in a high chair. They did clarify with us the risk of cross contamination, which I appreciated. Our non-GF friend we met with had a savory breakfast crepe that was more than enough for two people. Good place all around for a late breakfast or lunch with a mixed group of people.
Gluten-free crepes and bread for their breakfast sandwiches. I ordered a breakfast sandwich on their gluten-free English muffins. They asked about my cross-contamination preference when I ordered, so I was assured they we're cooking on a clean surface.
They take every precaution possible with regards to cross contamination. I had a turkey and mozzarella sandwich with their gluten free bread and it was delicious. Went back the next day for lunch again during my 4 day stay in Salem. Highly recommend.
Great gluten/dairy free option. The GF wraps they use are Maria and Ricardo GF tortillas. I usually end up ditching the wrap/bread as most are terrible, but these were excellent. And it was all wrapped around the best chicken salad I've ever had. My husband and both kids (non-GF) all loved their meals and said they wished we lived closer to come back. The dairy free smoothies were awesome. The only disappointment was the chai. Oh well, can't win them all.
we waited for a table even though there were tables available. we sat down and before we ordered anything at all the hostess told us there was a food wait of 40 minutes. We decided we'd have drinks but they didn't have a full bar. Ordered coffee but it was cold after waiting for the waitress to bring sugar. The only up side was the waitress knew what gluten free meant.