1266 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10128 Directions

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Featured Reviewer, Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Dedicated gluten-free bakery. Everything is delicious, but they are a bit expensive. Go early in the day for the most choices.

Celiac
2 days ago
Celiac friendly

I really really loved the canele, I had never had one before. It was about $5.50 for one. I got one of their premade sandwiches for my flight and it was delicious! The one with Turkey/arugula/avocado on a bun definitely recommend. Overall I loved what I got. Wish I could’ve tried other things! I mean it’s New York, I can’t say I was too shocked by prices.

Celiac
2 weeks ago
Celiac friendly

Everything was delicious. Expensive but very good. My son said it was the best lemonade he has ever had.

Gluten Free Features

  • Bread/Buns
  • Cakes
  • Celiac Friendly
  • Cookies
  • Croissants
  • Dedicated Gluten Free Facility
  • Dessert
  • Eclairs
  • Gluten Free Menu
  • Lasagna
  • Pastries
  • Pies
  • Pizza
  • Sandwiches
  • Scones

Categories

  • Bakery
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Restaurant
  • Takeout
  • Vegetarian Friendly

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Lemon loaf
Ham and Swiss croissant
Turkey and cheese quiche
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GF cream puff. Very delicious but over priced at $9
Frittata! Yum!
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Not celiac
3 weeks ago

Excellent pastries. I got an almond pastry. Haven’t tried the croissants or breakfast yet.

Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

If all you get is the Canele , it’s worth it :D

Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

Delicious and 100% gf. The brownie is great!

Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

The eclair didn’t blow me away but the canele was AMAZING. Wish I’d gotten more than one, and I think my husband agrees since I only let him have one bite.

Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

We visited this little bakery for lunch and it was amazing to be able to choose anything we wanted as it’s 100% GF. The staff were so friendly and helpful and we enjoyed a lovely eclair and cream puff. The rolls and filled brioche was also very nice, although all on the higher price side for a lunch- but definitely worth the visit and we would certainly like to return

Celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

Man, I really wanted to love this place. I was so excited by the reviews but honestly I was underwhelmed. I went on a Friday within the lunch window and found out the chef wasn’t in and they weren’t serving lunch. So I decided to get a turkey/cheese quiche and a ham/Swiss croissant with a slice of the lemon loaf for dessert. The quiche was the highlight- it was delicious. But the croissant and the lemon loaf were so dry I could hardly eat them. When I cut the lemon loaf with my fork it literally crumbled into dust.

Celiac
3 months ago
Celiac friendly

Amazing gluten free pastries!!!! Love the croissant!! The place is 200% gf too!!!

Celiac
3 months ago
Celiac friendly

Everything is gluten free and the croissants are phenomenal.

Celiac
6 months ago
Celiac friendly

Went about 1 month ago. Food was not great, had 4 kids with me, they all would not eat it. Ask for a refund because food was not eaten. Would not be given a refund

6 months ago

Amazing!!! Daughter is Celiac... She said she just ate the best sandwich of her life!

Celiac
7 months ago
Celiac friendly

I had a ham and cheese croissant and a cream puff. The croissant was nice but the cream puff was amazing. However the guy working there was absolutely obnoxious and totally unhelpful.

Celiac
7 months ago
Celiac friendly

Very good but it was pricey. I had a croissant and blueberry pie. Wish I could afford more.

Celiac
7 months ago
Celiac friendly

GF but not suitable if you have other food allergies. Manager begrudgingly answered questions about ingredients. Maybe don’t work in specialty cafe if you are annoyed about ingredient questions. However, chef was very friendly. But missed allergy requests and food did not come out as ordered. If gluten only concern, it might work for you but skip if you have other food concerns. Food tasty but only decent not fabulous.

Celiac
8 months ago
Celiac friendly

Amazing! Everything is 100% gluten free and delicious. We tried the quiche, coconut tart and cream puff - all were light texture and amazing. You wouldn’t have known any were gluten free. The cream puff was so delicious that my 10 year old son asked for another! It is expensive, but the quality and safety is worth it.

8 months ago

Tried a cream puff and mini baguette. Delicious but VERY overpriced. Would have purchased more things to try if it was more affordable.

9 months ago

Amazing! All gluten free and all so good! We had already prepared sandwiches on the best gluten free bread we have ever had! Tried a few pastries which were delicious! Cannot wait to go back and order food especially the crepes! Very, very small inside but worth the trip for such high quality gluten free food!

Not celiac
10 months ago

Generally excellent (pricey) food. Delicious pastries--loved the eclairs, tarte au chocolat, chocolate muffin, and breads including baguettes! But had a soggy cold sandwich bun, and brownies were dry and crumbly. $50 for lunch for 2

Celiac
11 months ago
Celiac friendly

This place was safe, but honestly only okay. It was expensive and not that great.

Celiac
11 months ago
Celiac friendly

This place is a GEM! I will return the next time we come to NYC, the kitchen is small and it takes a little while to cook your food but it is worth the wait!!!

Celiac
11 months ago
Celiac friendly

UPDATED: just had the pancakes! Wow! I eat the burgers at lunch (very tasty). The pancakes for brunch are so delicious. Light, fluffy with just the right crispness in the outside and a fruit compote that wasn’t overly sweet. Wonderful balance. Also shared the frittata which was chuck full of veggies, bacon and some cheese. The food is just delicious by any measure whether you are gluten free or not. Dedicated facility. I love the eclairs. I saw there was a poor review for one. It must have been an off day for the baker because this place is delicious. The pecan tart, lemon tart and chocolate peanut butter cookies are my favorites in addition to the eclairs. I am less enamored by the lemon loaf and such. But before Celiac disease I never was partial to that sort of stuff. I also enjoy the savory food. I eat lunch here about once a week. The people who work here: Martin, Hazel, Kim and Maria to name a few are kind and helpful. It’s a wonderful place to go if you are in the neighborhood.

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Everything was gluten free and delicious, the staff members were all so friendly and kind!

Not celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Being gluten free and dining out is always a challenge. This little gem is easy because it’s a dedicated gluten free kitchen. I will say it is expensive... French Toast $14 / Spinach & Feta quiche $15. The food however was delicious. It’s an open kitchen and chef Kim was very welcoming chatting with patrons . They had so many choices and the store front is tiny. When back in NY I will try the other items.

1 year ago
Celiac friendly

The staff was very helpful and the selection was awesome. Baked goods and savory items were delicious. Also loved the hot tea-perfect for a fall day. We will plan to go there again next time we are in that part of town!

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Amazing food. Cute little spot. We tried them in Paris and honestly this one is much better. We had burgers and I don't like gluten free buns but my wife has to eat them. The bun was fantastic and so was the burger.

1 year ago
Celiac friendly

I can not speak highly enough about the perfectly seasoned, beautifully baked, and cooked to perfection foods here. I had lunch and took a pastry to go.

1 year ago

Get the eclair!!!! Oh my god it is so good. I also really love the pound cakes they do. I initially went there because I heard they do gluten free croissants. They’re pretty good! Not as flakey as I would want, but that’s pretty hard to achieve without the gluten. If you come here, be prepared to spend a bit more than usual. I’m only giving it 4 stars because I think it’s a bit overpriced.

Celiac
1 year ago

Went for brunch today. Wasn’t sure what to expect. Ordered several things to try...ham and cheese with fried egg, garlic avocado toast with poached eggs, pancakes and a chocolate muffin. The muffin was delicious, my son devoured it. The pancakes were delicious as well. The ham and cheese was the standout, although the egg was over cooked. The poached eggs on my avocado toast were completely over cooked, basically hard boiled eggs. They were quickly replaced. I purchased a bunch of baked goods to try at home. I snuck a bite of the lemon cake ($7) in the car and was super disappointed. Although it was a generous slice, there was little to no lemon flavor. Everything looked beautiful and the actual food was good. The execution on the dishes could have been better. Glad I tried it and hope my other sweet treats are good.

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Llevamos un estilo de vida Paleo y aunque no consumimos granos ni azúcar, fuera de casa no tenemos muchas opciones y optar por comer sin gluten y sin leche es una buena alternativa, sobretodo porque lo que más urge es lo gluten free por mi condición celíaca. Además muy limpio y un trato muy amable.Muy agradecida!

Celiac
1 year ago

Little shop with glutenfree food. Nice cookies and a little pasta to go!

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Quality GF sendwiches. Great natural lemonade too.

Not celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

A fabulous find in NYC! Visited in December 2017..We stopped by for a treat and ended up taking supper to go. A very large selection of baked goods and menu items -all were delicious and safe for me to eat. My nonGF family members also enjoyed. Worth the trek.

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

I found this place extremely underwhelming and overpriced for basic pastries. Everything I tried was dry and didn’t have anything special about it. Try one of the other gf bakeries in the area.

1 year ago
Celiac friendly

The eclairs are so incredibly good. I can’t tell the difference between them and all gluten eclairs. I am celiac and the whole bakery is gluten free. What a delight. The brioche rolls are also good. The small baguettes I was less impressed with they are a bit dry. The carrot cake was good. My husband who eats gluten says the macaroons were awesome.

1 year ago

Was super looking forward to coming here, but it was bit underwhleming. We had the eclair and like someone said in a previous review it was dry and so was a couple of other baked goods. Pecan tart was pretty good but I felt like I spent a lot to try different things and was so excited but was not worth it. Maybe it was just an off day.

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Perfectly safe as it’s a dedicated facility, but the eclair and scone that I bought were very dry and disappointing. I’ve made much better scones from a mix.

1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Dined on 8 October 2017 for an afternoon snack. Also got a sandwich to go for eating later on the way home. So nice to be able to get anything on the menu without worrying about gluten-containing ingredients or cross-contamination. Outstanding food. Pricey.

Celiac
2 years ago
Celiac friendly

Amazing amazing fantastic where do I start everything is amazing I could have sat here all day and made my way through it all. And to top it off the coffee is the best we have had since arriving in New York, 5 days ago!

Celiac
2 years ago
Celiac friendly

I was so excited about all the delicious GF options! I got one of the lemon meringue tarts and was not disappointed! I also got some of the packaged goods and look forward to trying them too. Will definitely be back

Celiac
2 years ago
Celiac friendly

Dedicated gluten free restaurant, French bakeries, sandwiches, salades, quiches and more. Went there for lunch and ate burger and salad + croque madame with salad.Tasty and delicious, highly recommend

2 years ago
Celiac friendly

Love this place! 100% gluten free and everything is delicious, only problem is that it is quite expensive.

2 years ago

So great for me and my daughter to walk into a bakery and know we could eat anything there! It was delicious and the chef was very nice and accommodating.

Celiac
2 years ago

It's in the neighborhood of Upper East Side.. completely free of gluten, hence, the name. Not cheap, considering the portion size of the sandwich, but soups are delicious! It's nice to have found it after touring in the Guggenheim museum!

Celiac
2 years ago
Celiac friendly

Completely gluten free, really delicious. Has the kinds of fancy baked treats you usually can't have, like eclairs and pies and cakes. I usually get their sandwiches to go too, which are great. It's not cheap, but worth it.

2 years ago
Celiac friendly

This is not the cheapest place you will get cake/tarts/sandwiches but it's dedicated GF meaning it's as safe as it gets and the coffee is good.

Celiac
2 years ago

Pretentious little froufrou spot with overpriced everything. Be prepared to leave hungry, but they are good for gluten-free.

Celiac
2 years ago
Celiac friendly

Tasty hot soup Best flaky tasty quiche crust Hot tea & coffee to go with a variety of yummy gf baked treats

Celiac
3 years ago

Had lunch here. Bread was dry, not a lot of filling in the bread. Pasta was very undercooked. Cake was ok.

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