Best vegan and healthy eating options in the area. Gluten free breakfast, lunch and dinner options. It does close at 4pm though, but worth getting in early for takeaways.
I have eaten breakfast here a few times, waffle is tasty and so are their smoothies. The acaj is Alright. One of their granola has oats so make sure to ask about that.
I have celiac and was sick after eating here.
I was honestly not planning to come here but my friends really wanted to so I asked all the questions. The cashier was friendly to me and explained that they only have a couple things with gluten on the whole menu. And she said they are pretty careful about it so I took a chance. I ended up just getting an acai bowl. One thing to note is one of their granolas is made in a facility with wheat. So just avoid that one and the 2 other glutenous things.
Similar experience with the rude staff, but the food was amazing enough to make up for it. *Note - they don’t serve the GF waffles and pancakes after 2pm, but there are other GF options.
The cashier was rude and acted annoyed by my presence, much less my questions, but the food was good and I didn’t get sick.
If all places could be this safe my GF life would be much simpler. My 'go to' place in SF for delicious vegan and GF food served w/o pretension. Acai bowl and the Nahbo tacos are my favorites. This place is right next door to Other Avenues Co-Op which is every bit as good as the legendary Rainbow Grocery, only smaller. If I could give 6 stars Judahlicious would get it.
Gluten and vegan free waffle filled with banana.