— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Staff understanding is extremely limited.
The staff was helpful & willing to accommodate but their list of allergies to include gluten free was not inclusive of all options. The tomato soup was listed as GF so I ordered that with no problem, and a salad made in a clean bowl with lettuce, strawberries, dried cranberries and tomatoes -- they have limited selections for a make your own option with a side of fruit. Since bread if their staple and served free of charge with all meals I'd love to see them offer a gluten-free option.
I love this place, but you need to be really careful about what you eat. The salads can be made in a clean bowl without croutons. I've never had a problem with the tomato soup or strawberries romanov. I avoid anything made on the flat top due to the risk of cross contamination, but I would love to know if the potato galette is something I could eat now. I used to love it, before we figured out what was wrong with my gut a few years back.In general, excellent food, but be smart about it and exercise good judgement.
Their gluten-free items are so limited. They have fruit and oatmeal for breakfast. Their eggs are a premade mixture, and not listed as GF. I got them to crack an egg. I realized it is probably on the same grill as toast. Try Black Walnut instead.