Quick update to my original review : We've been multiple times over the past year and have always had the same knowledgeable("Do you need a separate surface and glove changes?) service and delicious, safe, and filling food. Please completely disregard the one star "Closed but answering phones on a holiday..." review. I wish FMGF had a helpful/not helpful button so we could get that completely unhelpful review off of Inna's record! I would give ten stars if possible! The gentleman who made our order, Courtney, took such incredible care making our order. When he heard "Celiac" he ran over to the register and immediately explained everything to us(essentially the only gluten in the place is the bread). When he started to prepare our order he told the other employees, "I can't help you at all when I am making this order." Those are just two examples of his amazing awesomeness. The cashier also asked if we needed it prepared on a separate surface. And the food was delicious! We had a yummy and healthy lunch and I had zero anxiety while eating it. Thank you, Inna's Kitchen! And thank you previous reviewers for pointing us to this gem! 100% Celiac friendly and 100% delicious!
This place was wonderful! I have Celiac and they took my concerns very seriously. While they are not a dedicated gf kitchen, she explained all of the precautions they take to ensure a safe meal. I had the shakalatkes with avocado- absolutely delicious and I did not get sick. They’re opening a dedicated gf facility in newton soon, will have to check out!
As a man with celiacs, I was happy to find this gem. Staff know what celiacs is and recommend food options that others with celiacs order frequently. My partner and I had the shakalatkes, which consisted of 2 eggs, avocado, tomato relish, and cheese (feta or cheddar) on top of 2 gluten-free latkes and is served with shakshuka sauce and sour cream. Absolutely delicious! They also have an entire assortment of gluten-free frozen foods (including pies) and many gluten-feee options on their menu. Great find! All food is also kosher.
The food was very good and for those who are concerned, they try to be as kosher as possible without having separate dishes. The food is excellent and Inna told the cooks personally to make it gluten free. They also have a pita substitute that is pretty good. I got the falafel and we very happy with how it turned out. Full disclaimer: I am asymptomatic for Celiac, so I cannot vouch for contamination but it appeared very safe as they prepare the food right there.
Another lucky find! They have an extensive GF menu and completely separate kitchen for GF items, very celiac friendly. I highly recommend you try this place, just know it has very limited seating and it's best to place takeout order or catering. If you know what to get the food is excellent, but not everything will impress you. Like they make their own corned beef which is commendable but it's sort of dry and def not the best around but many of the other items more than make up for it! Try the GF french toast or shakshuka omelet with avocado. I've yet to find a better GF french toast anywhere! The bread is fluffy and moist, it actually tastes like real french toast. All of their deli sides are great too and you don't have to worry about any cross contamination because they're smart enough to put the bread items on bottom shelf so nothing falls into GF stuff. The falafel are celiac friendly and they make a mean falafel plate w/chicken. All their eggs and omelets are good too, made to order and with fresh veggies unlike many other places nearby.
They have a dedicated GF kitchen and it's kosher too! (no rabbinical supervision) Everything is homemade from scratch. My favorites are the GF challah French toast, GF falafel plate served with GF rye bread, and the Leo on GF challah roll. If you want to take home food for dinner I recommend the honey glazed chicken and the chicken pot pie made with a GF crust (frozen). Alex, one of the owners, always makes very good GF desserts too.
The square challah bread makes superb French toast. I bought the half loaf and right after I had to run back and get the other half. 8$ for a half loaf, which is about the size of a loaf of Udi's. A bit pricey but worth it!!! Will go back again and again.
Had an omelet. It was safe, didn't get sick. I wish their menu was a little better organized though and had notes about GF substitutions, etc. It was all a bit overwhelming and hard to tell what was safest as far as cross-contamination. Their website has more info than their in store menu.
This is a great place with a lot of options, dedicated kitchen, knowledgeable and friendly staff. I had an egg sandwich on GF rye! There were many options aka reasons to go back! There are a few small tables, but it's not a great space for a large group.