Might seem good but everything here is microwaved and or bought somewhere else and said homemade
No gluten free menu. No dedicated fryer. Food was okay, not great. The waiter didn't know the answers to any of my questions and had to ask the cook/manager. So far no reaction, but I wouldn't come back here. I had the Paleo "pasta" and my daughter had the steak.
All the fries have gluten on them now, so a dedicated fryer is irrelevant :( I got a chicken burger on gluten free bread and potato salad...it was ok.
The waiter was not knowledgeable. I made it clear I couldn’t have gluten and ordered the salmon, which he said came with rice. The salmon came out as teriyaki salmon with just plain rice and vegetables that were season with just pepper and salt. I’ve had good experiences with egg dishes for breakfast and a burger with a GF bun for lunch. I would not try and order anything other than that, because it’s clear not all the staff are knowledgable.
We stopped here after reading reviews. We were told they didn’t have a dedicated fryer. They were knowledgeable about the menu, but items are not clearly marked and you have to ask. They can make small accommodations like a lettuce wrap for a burger, and no gravy on items.
I loved the authentic diner feel combined with really delicious food. Large portions but worth eating all of it.
Great food. Had a gluten free cheeseburger on Udi’s bread and the fries were cooked in a dedicated fryer. It’s a cute diner and the burgers were delicious. The staff were knowledgeable about celiac and cross contamination. Four of us in the family have celiac and none of us got sick.
Server said NO dedicated fryer, but they fried French fries for me in a separate pan. Nothing in writing as far as what's available gluten free. You need to discuss it in detail with the server, which can be a problem if the rest of your group is ready to order. Smallest hamburger is a half pound. No reactions.
Delicious! Gluten free bread made in a separate toaster. Waitress knew all about celiac. Said that fries are separate fryer but so close to the real fryer it's not good for celiac. Also stopped me from getting tuna salad because it had bread crumbs (I've never heard of that!). Only downside is the long wait on weekends, but that's because the place is so dang popular.