The only GF item is the chicken sandwich but the staff don’t understand how to punch it in as GF without help because they don’t know what it is. The people next to us had the same issue. The dressing provided had yeast extract and was not marked GF
I had the American breakfast and the staff was sure to label the meal as gluten free and took good care. They let me know the sausages had gluten in the casings, so basically the breakfast was without croissant or sausage but still included eggs, extra bacon and potatoes. A bit expensive though in the end
Fun ambiance, but very very limited gf options. There's a chicken sandwich; it's fine. For breakfast, they do have gf pancakes, but dear god, they're terrible. And the syrup contains gluten, so you can't even drown them in maple to make them palatable. I ate the side of bacon and called it quits.
Very limited options but celiac daughter always orders the chicken burger with GF bun and salad. We have been there many times and she has never been glutened. Staff are knowledgeable and her plate is always brought out separately from the gluten containing plates
Disappointed... only 2-3 GF options ... never told us of great GF burger place right outside diagon alley... nice worker heard me son saying he didn’t want salad or veggie plate and told us of burger place ... they had a chicken sandwich one child ordered.. so it was ok and not glutened but limited options
I had the chicken sandwich and it was safe and tasty! I was worried as a sensitive celiac if I'd be able to safely eat anything while visiting Harry Potter World, but it felt really great to be able to enjoy a meal here. :) After telling them I was celiac, the staff was really kind and reassuring as well. They marked a note on my order ticket. I had the side salad with blue cheese dressing (yes, it was GF). Also all the butter beer is gluten free! It felt great to be able to participate fully in the park even with celiac disease. Thanks, Universal!
We asked if they had anything gluten free and the chicken sandwich can be on a gluten free bun and served with a salad. They only offer ranch, blue cheese ( both have gluten) and Italian dressing so I opted for no dressing. The sandwich was very good., easily one of the best I've had. My boyfriend really enjoyed it as well. Definitely will be coming back next time we visit
Okay, I'm a huge Harry Potter fan and getting to eat in the Leaky Cauldron is a neat experience--it looks really cool! And it's awesome that Universal included some GF options here. But...sadly, in most other respects this was a disappointment. The GF pancakes definitely tasted GF (NOT a compliment), and the bacon was super greasy and soggy. It's also absurdly expensive, especially as it's just a step up from fast food--you order at a counter and then find a seat. They brought the food out extremely quickly, which made me think that the food is all pre-cooked and they just dump it on a plate and bring it out. Yuck. It's worth going once to get to see the decor and to feel like you got the full Harry Potter experience, but there are many other options in the area that are less expensive and higher quality.