They have gluten free pancakes and toast on their menu. However, when I asked the waitress if they would toast the gluten free bread separately from other bread, she just flat out said no, and didn’t offer to make any accommodations (after I had explained about my Celiac). Why offer gluten free options if you won’t cook them separately even when asked? It can’t be that hard to toast a piece of toast in a clean pan on request. (We were there at 3pm and the place was totally empty so it’s not like grill space would have really been an issue). I ended up having an omelette after verifying it would be cooked in its own pan, but the waitresses refusal to cook anything like toast or potatoes separately at a time when the restaurant was completely empty was pretty disappointing. Will not be going back and this has turned me off their other locations as well.
Weekends get very busy. Allow time. It’s either under staffed or really busy. But staff is accommodating and will meet your needs. Been going here with my gluten free and celiac friends for years and everyone gets food and drinks and leaves happy
I went there yesterday for lunch with a friend. When ordering I told them that I had Celiac (very strong gluten allergy) my friend reiterated the same thing. I took the huevo al pollo marked as gluten free on the menu. I thought I would be safe like this. The waiter told me that I would as all ingredients on my dish were gluten free. Unfortunately even if it was true, they did not pay attention to cross contamination as I started to be sick few minutes later. I would not recommend this place if you have celiac, perhaps if you are only sensitive to gluten.