Jordan's Breakfast & Restaurant

80% of 5 votes say it's Celiac friendly

80 Cottage St, Bar Harbor, ME 04609 Directions

Top Reviews


Celiac
1 month ago

Best gluten free blueberry muffins!

Celiac
1 month ago

Quaint place, amazing GF blueberry muffin. I had a western omelette and bacon for my meal. No specific GF items for lunch or breakfast but there is options such as eggs and bacon that are naturally gluten free.

Celiac
1 year ago

Here during busy labor day weekend. Waitress said only thing we could have is blueberry muffin and bacon. Everything on grill could be cross contaminated. She was very knowledgeable and we appreciated her helping us stay safe. would go back when not busy based on other comments here.

Gluten Free Features

  • Bread/Buns
  • Celiac Friendly
  • Muffins

Categories

  • Breakfast
  • Restaurant

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Celiac
1 year ago

It was okay. Only gf options are a gluten free homemade blueberry muffin, which was very dry, and gf bread to be used for toast or sandwiches. Staff was not very helpful.

1 year ago

They have delicious gf blueberry muffins! Our waitress was very knowledgeable and careful about not have cross contamination.

1 year ago
Celiac friendly

I wish I could give more than 5 stars! The waitresses were very knowledgeable and took great care when ordering. They have homemade blueberry muffins - and I mean homemade! They were packed with blueberries and tasted amazing! The French toast was a delicious treat! The owner is an older gentleman who is at the grill, and our waitress pointed out that he listens and memorizes each order. It was fun to watch. We were in Bar Harbor for a conference and went there 4 days in a row - he remembered us each day. What a great find for celiacs! I had no reaction any of our visits. Very friendly “mom and pop” casual, home cooking restaurant gem!

Celiac
2 years ago
Celiac friendly

I've been eating here my whole life and was just recently diagnosed with Celiac. The staff is very understanding of cross-contamination and I was very pleased that I was able to eat what I had before I was diagnosed (an omelet and famous — gluten-free — blueberry muffin!). If they are not too busy, they can cook the eggs in a separate pan. Otherwise there is risk of cross-contamination. They also have gluten free bread, but no separate toaster (it tastes fine not toasted).

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