Just came in from California and was so excited to find this place! I could get French Toast... I didn’t but was so excited!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
This cafe carries gluten free bread, making sandwiches and french toast possible.
Not gluten free nothing cooked separate. French toast dried and tasteless. Sugar free syrup straight from Walmart in same bottle. Again no taste. Coffee tasteless. Friend and I both got sick. Definitely not gluten free friendly
My gluten eaters liked their food. However, gf is pretty iffy. They listed fries as gf, but they made in a shared fryer. They listed a gf soup of the day. But when I asked what it was I was told they didn’t have any gf soup. And she seemed annoyed that I asked and didn’t offer any other options. The menu says the food isn’t for Celiacs. Fortunately, Notch Top Cafe is in the same shopping strip and does a fabulous job with gf!
Skip it! My husband ordered a blt on gf bread, instead of making it a club, they brought him a super sad little sandwich. I get really frustrated at paying more for gf food and getting so much less. Initially they brought my daughter and my sandwich on regular bread. I asked if the bread we were given was gf, it wasn’t. The waiter asked if I really needed them redone or if they could just put the stuff on gf bread. I told them that would make us sick. We had already been waiting and my husband had finished his tiny sandwich, so we took ours to go. They didn’t remake anything. They put an extra bit of turkey between but that’s it. (We had salted our sandwiches so we would know if they had remade them.) So we left with inedible food. Gf food is expensive. My husband wasn’t full and our meals were essentially poison- so we threw $55 in the garbage.
I am Celiac and had breakfast: Denver omelet with hash browns; no reaction. The food was great along with the service!
They may have a GF menu but it is NOT Celiac Friendly. I was told I could have an omelet or a salad w/out dressing (they weren’t sure if the dressing was GF) due to high risk of cross contamination and I have Celiac Disease.
Surprisingly great. We all got the French toast combo, so my experience is limited to that dish, but it was excellent. They subbed gf bread, which tasted good, and the bacon and eggs were great. The hot tea was fantastic and the staff was friendly. Best of all, very affordable.
I highly recommend this restaurant. They have a large Gf menu. The staff is very knowledgeable on GF. I will definitely go back.
menu offers GF options for many breakfast and lunch choices. my son had the French toast and it was good. We didn't confirm if it's Celiac friendly, as it isn't a concern for the sensitivity my son has