I called and asked the manager (who was very nice and helpful) what I could eat and gave her the rundown, and after explaining that I have celiac she said it would not be safe for me to eat there. I appreciate her honesty but obviously did not make a trip there based on her advice - not safe.
When I asked my waitress what was gluten free, she said nothing. I was disappointed she didn't ask someone or put any effort in. So I just had to ask about every individual item I thought about ordering. They do have some options! I had the Baja omelet with fresh fruit and the low fat yogurt
The waitress was very friendly and even showed us a company email on what was good to eat gluten free. They were aware of cross contamination and they cook meat, eggs, potatoes and pancakes on separate cook tops. So as long as you order the items they suggest for celiacs the chance of cross contamination is slim to none. We also asked them to change gloves and they were happy to do so. I have had no reaction to any of the food I ate. I had the meat lovers omelet a side of fresh fruit and a side of bacon.
No gf menu, but accommodating. There was one seasoned waitress that was very knowledgeable. There is one griddle that's safe for gf eggs and omelets. There were a few sides that were gf too (cottage cheese, yogurt, etc). Didn't get sick and I am very sensitive.
Based on previous reviews, I thought I’d be able to eat here. I asked the waitress and she was unsure, so she went and asked the manager. She came back and said they are not gluten free and I cannot eat anything. I explained how they could cook eggs, meat, etc. on a safe area of the grill, and they basically said they don’t want to accommodate. So I sat and watched my friends eat and then went to eat elsewhere by myself.
I'm a highly sensitive Celiac who has eaten here at least 20 times (according to the loyalty app they offer) and never gotten sick. They do not have a dedicated gluten-free menu, but the staff is more than willing to answer questions about the kitchen. They have three separate flat-tops for pancakes/French toast, (gluten free) eggs and (gluten free) potatoes. Their meats are also gluten free and share cooking space with either the eggs or potatoes.
One of our regular breakfast spots. As mentioned by another poster the pancakes and other gluten items are on a separate griddle from the eggs and potatoes. I do well with an omelet or skillet, and sub in fruit or cottage cheese for the bread item.
Doesn't have a "gluten free" menu, but staff was very knowledgeable in pointing out what was basically gluten free. Also, let us know that a the basic gluten free items were kept away from the breads, pancakes etc. they use a separate flat top for the potatoes and veggies. Overall it was good, nice variety and I didn't get sick.
Jimmy's typically has a three flat-top setup: one for eggs, one for potatoes, and one for pancakes/French toast. Check at your local spot, but we've been to several, and they all do this. There are lots of omelets and breakfast combos (eggs, meat, potatoes, bread). Just tell them you are gluten free, and they'll normally let you pick a fruit bowl. My son is highly sensitive to gluten, and we've never had a problem.