Staff was very knowledgeable and if they didn’t know, they asked the kitchen. Food was very good with gluten free and vegan clearly marked. Dairy free was also available but you have to ask. I had seafood paella and gluten free/vegan salt and vinegar fries. Their mixed drinks were also good if you can have them. They also have wine and I saw some at least one gluten free beer. They also had a limited gluten free desert section. I would visit this restaurant again.
So I actually used to work here, so I watched how they prepped their gluten free dishes. They were very careful about cross contamination, and everyone in the kitchen was very knowledgeable. I loved being able to eat food at a place I worked. They have these amazing salt and vinegar fries that are, yes, in a dedicated fryer. Even their homefries for brunch are safe! I get the shrimp and grits if I am there for dinner. The corn muffins are awesome too. And the lady who makes the desserts is AMAZING. I used to talk to her each week about which new amazing gluten free desserts she was going to make. For brunch, I get the Florentine omelet! I love eating at this place. I’ve never gotten sick and the foods really good.
This was a great lunch - my daughter was so excited to have her first Belgian waffle (not an option we have had yet thanks to their gf only waffle maker). And they also had other great GF & vegan options - we had the potato scramble (spicy & delicious) and chilaquiles (not called that but similar) with tofu. They also had a gf cornbread to replace the normal baked goods they bring out. Our server was really nice and accommodating, helping me feel confident my daughter would be safe with celiac here. We will definitely be back next time we are in town!
I’ve eaten here quite a few times, it’s not quite as well run as it was in the past. I’ve most recently had the Chile Relleno, it was great, the food is always great. The servers are usually more knowable than me, not this time. They said they now had GF bread to snack on, but never brought itYou’ll need reservation, go early, if you go later and one of the owners friends come in they’ll seat his friends first. It’s expensive be forewarned - we keep going there once a year out of tradition.
Very knowledgeable and GF options are clearly labelled. Staff knows the routine and are happy to answer questions. It's rare to find such a "local" establishment that caters to food allergies but they do a great job. Worth a visit if you're in Raleigh.