I was really excited to try out Mr. Crepe. I ordered a strawberry and Nutella crepe, and the cashier asked me if it was a gluten allergy. I saw "change gloves/clean utensils" on my receipt, which made me feel comfortable eating there. However, I was seated in front of the people making crepes and noticed that they were dipping the same utensil into the Nutella jar for regular crepes. I asked the front staff if it would be okay for the cooks to use a new jar and spatula. I don't think the cooks realized I was sitting within earshot, but they seemed to think that my request was stupid. I understand that having to do some extra work might get annoying, but their reaction was unprofessional and I don't think they take Celiac seriously.
Just went to have dinner here. The cashier assured me that they used a separate griddle to make the buckwheat (gf) crepe. Turns out THEY DON't. They use the same griddle and utensils. One said they wipe it down, one said they didn't. This will NOT be a repeat for me
Pretty darn good crepes. Gluten free buckwheat crepes don't cost more which is always a plus. They don't have a separate griddle but for allergies/celiac they will make a note when you order and clean the griddle before starting a gluten free crepe. One star off because they are a little pricey and in the area I think there are other better quality food options (if they were located anywhere except the GF friendly Boston area id probably go for 5 stars)
Any crepe can be made with their gluten-free buckwheat batter. I had a savory crepe and a sweet one, and the crepe batter worked well with both. If you're wondering if you really got the gluten-free one, you can check the color -- it's noticeably darker (and thinner) than the regular version.Not sure whether they have a dedicated pan for GF crepes.