Full transparency: Some foods prepared in this open kitchen facility are made with flour. The restaurant features fresh fruits and vegetables and entrees made to order; many are offered as self-service. The majority are labeled albeit in Dutch. But the staff is very knowledgable about the ingredients and preparation methods for their respective stations-just ask. I felt comfortable having a vegetable salad and chicken soup for lunch. Again, the staff was more than helpful answering my questions.
We visited Versailles Palace and thought this might be a good option for food. Unfortunately while their galettes are gluten free, we were informed that they were cooked on the same equipment and would be unsafe to eat. They said that they could accommodate salads, but we didn’t feel comfortable and went somewhere else.
Food was amazing. Had a savory crepe with eggplant, mozzarella, artichoke and basil. For dessert they made the crepe with buckwheat and it was also delicious. Even my non-gluten free friends liked the gluten free food.
The food was yummy! I couldn’t find many gluten free options in Versailles so we went twice during our week long visit to Versailles. The buckwheat savory pancakes were delicious. There were lots of gluten free options. Also, they were able to make the sweet versions with the buckwheat pancake. I had the Roma the first night. The second night I had the Caprese (my favorite). We also had one of the sweet ones (made with the buckwheat pancake) and it was so so good. It was so much fun as a Celiac to be able to eat tradition Parisian food.
The salty crepes that you would eat for a meal are made with buckwheat so they are safe. The dessert crepes are not safe, but they were happy to do a dessert with a buckwheat crepe. They were both delicious. I was concerned about cross contamination but they told me they have two pans. One for the salty and one for the sweet crepe. Additionally, the clean the pan between crepes. Excellent meal would come again.