Should have called first: the GF pancakes and French toast can't be ordered without dairy. The Veggie Connection dish was oily! (Heavy on the squash and onions, too.) Highlight: sun-dried tomatoes.
Great GF breakfast! My celiac kids love the pancakes. It is on the pricey side for breakfast but worth it.
Convinced the family to try this place so that I’d feel more comfortable with gluten free. It truly is a gem! I had the Ranchero omelet which was huge and stuffed full of veggies and tenderloin medallions. The rest of the family ordered the “B” which also looked yummy. They didn’t have sugar free syrup which was a downer for my diabetic father-in-law, but said they would order some since they’d had a couple of requests. Overall a fantastic brunch.
this place was wonderful, almost an entire menu to choose from, simply incredible! the food was delicious too. I was assured that they kept their kitchen as gluten free as possible, only their gluten free breads are baked on premises, and the gluten stuff has dehydrated cooking spaces. I'm only visiting the area, but I plan on going back again before I leave.
The food was amazing and there is a huge selection. The staff was knowledgeable and very friendly. They have excellent service.
Great place for GF! Staff friendly & helpful. Prices reasonable for portion size, come hungry! Desserts are a winner!
You know you’re in a Celiac friendly place when the menu has to note the few things that have gluten (instead of the other way around—marking the few things that are gluten free)! The staff is polite. The food looked and tasted amazing. Dessert was great.
Great cafe and I would visit again. Many GF choices. Unfortunately, service was pretty slow and ineffective (long time to get food, my order was wrong, and then took forever to get silverware, so we just sat staring at our food) so I can’t give it five stars. But once we got to eat, it was good. Moderately priced bordering on too high. ($10 for GF French toast and $8 for a side of sausage)
Food was delicious, so many options!
Had the stuffed French toast, amazing! They have two separate cook tops, so decreased chance of cross contamination. Hubs had the ranch hand omelet and said it was very good. Attentive service as well!
Oh my Goodness! Exceptional staff and I can go on and on about the gluten Free food here! All cakes are Gluten Free!!!!! Say what?!?!?! Yes!!!!!!!
Kozy kitchen has always been my go to as a celiac since their menu is mainly gf and they are very conscious of making sure everything is gf. I got a Nima a couple months ago and brought it along last night to test my food just for fun. Our server graciously brought us a piece of cake when we first arrived and I was SHOCKED when it tested "gluten found". We then ordered buffalo nachos as an appetizer and those came back with a smiley face (meaning no gluten found) and then my main dish- chicken Alfredo came back with the same smiley face. I let our waiter know at the end of our meal about the cake and he was extremely apologetic and got the manager. The manager was apologetic as well and very confused on how the cake could have gluten. He sent me home with a different piece of cake to test since I was out of sensors- I tested when I got home and got a "gluten found". I called to let the manager know and they are going to look into what ingredient could be the source and were also interested in ordering their own Nima. I write this review just for the other celiacs out there- don't want anyone to get sick! I truly believe kozy kitchen had no clue one of their ingredients contained gluten and I really hope they find the culprit!
The gluten free version of the stuffed French toast absolutely delicious!!! I asked 3 times to confirm that it was gluten free, just because the bread was cut thick and so good. I was told they make their own gluten free bread. Will definitely go back again to try other things on the menu including lunch.
Update 06/2017 In the area and had to stop in again... My daughter absolutely loves the Buffalo Nachos and the Chicken Penne Alfredo. Not to mention the 10-12 different kinds of cakes, 4 different cookies, brownie and coconut macaroons! We even took a breakfast "to go" for tomorrow: eggs, sausage, a pancake, and a French toast! She LOVED it the next morning. ***(always check if the pancake/toast were made gluten free, our waiter checked and it was made "regular" the first time. They fixed it and have us some free cookies!) We're coming back Monday for lunch to try the burger and Buffalo tacos! Original Review: This is a Celiac's dream! Huge menu options, delicious food, awesome service. Bring this to Houston!!
Delicious food, including pasta & divine desserts. Wonderful, warm service, too. We love this place!
Amazing selection in an almost entirely gluten free facility. Delicious, safely prepared food by a knowledgeable staff. I live out of state, but come as often as I can!
I have intense reactions to gluten. I eat here at LEAST once a week and have never been glutened.
This place is the best! I have celiacs and never get "glutened".
Have been there several times with no issues but the other night I ordered a burger with a GF bun. When it came out I could tell the bun was not GF just by looking at it. I let my husband take a piece off of it to try it. It was not GF. We told the waiter, he was apologetic and said they would fix it. A minute or two went by and they brought the plate back out. It seemed too quick to replate everything and make a new burger. They insisted it was all new food, that they were making another burger at the same time and just brought the wrong plate out. I'm not confident. I didn't get sick but I'm one of those Celiacs who doesn't always get violently ill. Although they were very apologetic, (gave us a slice of cake and offered to take the burger off the bill) it's going to be a long while before we go back.
It is hit or miss for me but today I had the gluten free French toast. I knew someone else had accidentally picked up my order when it didn't come and didn't come... They brought me a fresh platter towards the end of the meal and I thought don't do it!! They are super busy. Well I did and my anxiety has been through the roof since about an hour after!! I knew better and I am celiac.
The caramel tres leches cake was absolutely delicious!
Great selection of GF items. Knowledgeable staff. Yummy! !
The best GF restaurant in town.
Dinner last night was a wonderful experience . The waitstaff was so welcoming and practically all the food is gf. They even make their own bread. Some of the best risotto I have ever had.
Awesome gluten free and byob
Tons of gluten-free choices! The GF pancakes are fantastic. Make sure to take some slices of GF cake with you - so many choices. I had a piece of tres leches cake which I haven't had since being diagnosed and it was to die for. Good portion sizes and the staff was amazing.
Excellent! Fresh squeezed juices, not just orange! Their GF bread is fabulous and they will ship it to you. It's huge in size. Try the BEG.. Bacon, egg, cheese and tomato breakfast sandwich. Enough for two! Quaint neighborhood place. Very nice comfortable, and safe!
I LOVE this restaurant but 3 times in a row I've gotten sick immediately after eating there. I talked to the staff but they insist everything I had was GF. I'm suspicious of the corn tortillas and sweet potato hash. Or maybe there's some cross contamination. Major bummer!!
Every time I'm in Dallas I come here. Their food is good and I have never gotten sick eating here. My favorite lunch dish is the Chicken Penne Alfredo. Their staff is very friendly. My only complaint is that their parking can be tight sometimes, especially during lunch, but this is common in this area of Dallas.
WARNING: I went there on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 and there is a sign in the window saying their lease ran out and they are moving north. It did not say where, but with the current growth pattern in Dallas, my bet is Frisco. Their main store in the city is still open, so you might call them and ask about the other. Out of five starts, I would give it three. But let me just say that their food is FIVE STARS. My main beef is that while they were open at this LBJ Freeway location, they were only open 7a-3pm on Monday through Friday. Basically, if you worked a normal day shift somewhere away from them, you could NEVER line up with their open hours. No weekends, no dinner. I know they probably had their reasons, but it was not customer friendly hours. They need to work on that a lot. Otherwise, there are few restaurants doing what they do and my opinion is they could succeed wildly by correcting these things.
The best part of our visit was the valet guy on our way out! Parking is horrible, had to use valet. Staff was preoccupied with each other to wait tables! It is supposed to be gluten free friendly , but staff was rude about finding out what was dairy free! Food was okay, but nothing to write home about and soo overpriced for what we had! Staff was excited about a dairy and gluten free cake option, so were we until we took a bite. It was dry and hard...probably a few days old! A complete disappointment! I have been happier eating fries from McDonald's!
Absolutely live this place! I'm Celiac and eat here all the time. The food is amazing...my favorite is the Chef's Cajun Pasta for dinner. Everything is gluten free except for a few breakfast items.
Best gluten free restaurant in Dallas. Never have had a bad meal. Great for families, dates and large groups. Must try: pancakes, French toast, lobster Mac & cheese, Kozy beans, Chilean sea bass dish (special), and tres leche gluten free cake.
We've visited many times and have always been very happy with our meals. Great desserts!
My dining experience was safe and my waiter reassured me that most of the menu is gluten free and that they take precautions in the kitchen to avoid any possible cross-contamination. Having eaten here before about 3-4 years ago as Celiac, I can say the quality of the flavor is not as "wow" as it used to be, but I was glad to have a safe lunch. I had the Veggie Connection omelette. The veggie portion was quite generous. My friend who also was dining GF had the fish tacos, which were good. The GF dessert menu is extensive. I got a slice of cherry cake, Black Forest, & my friend got the OMG! Cake. They satisfied my sweet tooth, but didn't live up to the previous experiences I had here. Not sure what changed. Hopefully, they will go back to whatever they were doing before.
Do not trust them to be GF if you have celiacs. Went there and they ensured me that they were almost completely GF with no cross contamination from their gluten products. But I still got really sick from eating there. I guess they are not as GF as they like to think.
Manager swore they were 99% gluten free. Well guess I got sick from the other 1%. I am so disappointed. Guess you just can't trust anyone. I know I won't , when it comes to being gluten free. It will take me weeks to get over this one episode. Not happy
Great omelet, lots of veggies, buffalo, cheese and salsa! Our first time here, will defiantly be back. Lots of gluten free options.
food was outstanding and deserts were out of this world.
This is my favorite gluten free restaurant. Large helpings and many options. The gluten free bread is delicious and I love getting dessert. Great chocolate chip cookies and cake.
Cakes were great. Gf bread and buns. Chefs mother is celiac so 90% or more is gf. Everything was tasty and the bison nachos were a great start.
It's dark and loud and not enough patio seating to enjoy the gorgeous day but on a GF note amazing
Awesome g-f cake!
Chicken and Vegetables fresh and tasty. Many gluten-free deserts. Tres leches cake is stupendous . Closed between lunch and dinner. Online menu wasn't updated the day I went.