Love their gf banana bread, gf coconut bread and gf almond cake.
Friendly and knowledgeable staff. No this is not celiac friendly but they make they very clear. It is great for other folks who are gluten sensitive though. Delicious banana bread, mochi cake and other treats made with gluten free flour.
Didn’t even try. Up front about cross contamination. Why cook GF and obviously only do it for people who choose to eat that way not for those that have too. Every time I travel makes me want to open up a restaurant/bakery of my own.
So disappointing to find a cafe with GF baked goods and be told by staff it’s not safe for Celiacs. Appreciate the honesty about kitchen bakery with lots of potential for CC issues, but why not actually take steps to make GF foods in a safe environment? One situation where catering to lifestyle GF eaters is not serving the greater good.
Baked goods all made in the same kitchen, the raspberry bar and chocolate cookies were good. Did not get get sick.
They offer GF sandwich bread and banana bread, but huge risk of cross contamination. We didn’t risk it.
Their GF products are really good. Would not serve to my Celiac family members. Cashier clearly said there is flour flying all over the place and cooking area is not separated. I suppose a good option for lifestyle preference GF folks but for Celiac probably a risk.
Staff not friendly, they do NOT have a GF Menu. They have bread for $10 a loaf, but they wanted me to buy the whole loaf to make my sandwich. I got raspberry bar that was dry.
They make their own latte syrup and it is GF. Very good. Owner has celiac relatives and understands celiac. GF food items offered, but we were there only there for our morning coffee.