GF pancakes were terrible! They were flat, dense, and white (as in not golden brown).
amazing we were all able to eat breakfast that doesn't happen often. they actually had gluten free Belgium waffles. I was trying to find out kitchen protocol when the waiter informed me we take celiac disease seriously. nothing is cross Contaminated. thank you for caring
Food was delicious... and then I got soooo sick. Also, the waitress didn't seem to know whether my food was gluten free or not, just said, "It had a stick in it so it must be!" Either they gave me a regular waffle or they don't have designated waffle makers because I was dying after eating here. If you're a Celiac, tread very lightly.
I love this place! Gluten free chocolate chip pancakes are one of my faves. I also love the pigs in a blanket 😊 My husband, who is not GF always gets the breakfast burrito and it is his favorite thing around!! Great service with vet friendly staff. This is "our breakfast place" ❤️
JP'S has been our favorite pancake house for the last 3 years and my son has never had an issue. They were recently bought by new owners and though some great changes have been made decor wise, prices have increased in a ridiculous way! I can't get out of there under $30 now for my 2 kiddos and I. Everything is ala carte, eggs, sausage and syrup (if you want real maple). So sad as it is the closest safe breakfast spot.
Riding on the gluten free wave these owners are clueless on cross contamination. The waffle iron is used to make gluten waffles and gluten pancakes are cooked on the same griddle. They can't even bother to get a separate toaster for the gluten free toast. I got a reaction from bacon, eggs and potatoes.
Was not impressed by the waitstaff's description of gf items and cross contamination practices... So we played it safe and went with the eggs. Had a surprisingly long wait time, since it looked like only one person was working the front and back of the house.. would not likely recommend
Ate here twice, and got sick the second time. Food was good and staff was nice who spoke about JPs food handling. He said, they don't have a practice to prevent cross contamination. Was knowledgeable about food, and spoke about different nutrients in the food. good for people who are just trying to take gluten out of their diet, bad for me as a celiac as the traces must have made me sick. Sad, because I had heard good things about JPs.