The other reviews for this restaurant are all older and the hotel and restaurant have recently come under new management and they seem to be very allergy aware. I got the makana sunrise and they informed me that there was a separate gf toaster for the toast and that the kitchen was prepared to handle allergies. Food was not the most amazing but the view makes up for it!!
Got sick. To make a long story short, they labeled several of the items as gluten free and the head chef later told me they had made some mistakes; bread crumbs on some items. I wouldn't recommend this place if you're sensitive to cross contamination or if you have celiac.
My wife informed the waitress of her gluten sensitivity, yet the pots de crème dessert was brought out with cookies on it. She asked about the cookies and was told that the pastry chef was new and made a mistake. Neither the waitress or manager seemed very concerned. They gave her a new dessert. We are not sure what was contaminated, but wife ended up spending most of the night in the bathroom.
Delicious brunch buffet offered here. They do not specifically label the items GF, but when we dined the Executive chef himself came out and walked me through the entire buffet. Their were over 15 GF items to choose from. Ranging from meats, cheese, sushi, salads, dips and sauces, macaroons, and other baked goods! I would make a trip to the north shore just for this brunch!
I came for breakfast and they had gluten free toast, pancakes, waffles and other items like eggs. I had gluten free chocolate chip waffles with real maple syrup and they were excellent. The waiter was knowledgable about gluten free and I didn't have any reaction. Highly recommended.