I came here because it looked super nice and GF menu items were marked clearly on the menu. However, upon sitting down, I realize that the gluten free options were extremely limited. There were only a few options and they didn’t even have gluten free buns for the burgers. I ended up ordering the chicken sandwich without the bun, and it was actually delicious. The chef ensured that there was no cross contamination and that it was prepared separately! I had wanted the pizza, but they said it was unsafe for celiacs and that I should 100% avoid it :( They admitted that their restaurant was not great for celiacs. I also ordered the brussels sprouts, which said gluten free on the menu. When it arrived it looked crispy, so I made the waiter double check that it was gluten free (even though she told me it most definitely was). She came running back and told me not to eat it because it was made in a shared fryer. That was a close call and was very disappointing as I was just about to eat them and they are marked GF on the menu. The food tasted great but I was unimpressed for celiacs.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much