Out of this world!!! Entire menu GF = no issues or stress. So happy I found this place - food and cocktails were next level - enjoyed our dinner so much that my husband and I went back next day for lunch - wish I could bring this place home with me to NJ. Just a heads up I didn’t think to make a reservation (host was awesome still got us a table) but place was packed def try and call ahead... 😊!!!!
Completely gf which is great. Lovely garden setting. Food was good. Only complaint is that the wait for food was long. Took at least half hour for two salads (which were the special) and a salmon pasta. Waitress did not check on us or say anything. Finally had to get up and talk to the host who went to check and we got our food about 5 minutes after that. They were not too busy so don’t know the problem
Dedicated GF facility. Epic dinner. This was a meal that was at least as good (or better) than what we make at home, which is a vanishingly rare thing. We had lamb chops with parsnip purée (wow), broccoli rabe, and chicken pot pie with an apple cardamom shrub and panna cotta for desert that had egg whites rather than gelatin. Divine. Waitstaff was attentive and the kitchen was accommodating to my request for no onions or garlic in the lamb dish.
Amazing food and excellent customer service! This is our 3rd time visiting Nourish from out of town and it never disappoints. Great garlic bread, crab cakes, crab salad, fresh oysters - everything was wonderful! The best part is that it's 100% gf and they gladly cater to other dietary restrictions.
We’ve eaten here several times in the past and the food has always been really good - all gluten-free, fresh local ingredients - the atmosphere is great, and the staff is wonderful. However, on our last two visits, the food was extremely disappointing - ok at best, just plain bad at worst. I’m not sure what has changed in the kitchen, but something has, and unfortunately, it’s not for the best. As someone with celiac, this was usually a “go-to” place for us and we visit multiple times when we’re in the area. But, this last time, we tried dinner and breakfast - both were so bad we didn’t go back.
A bit off the beaten path but fine. The lavender ice cream was The best part. I enjoyed walking through the garden to pass time because it took a while for the food to come. Th breaded chicken had almost no bread. Indoor seating was too loud due to kitchen, not crowded, and outdoor was very windy and hence cold. I have eaten at many gluten free restaurants and find that this one was one of the safest with helpful staff and garden grown produce and spices.
Food was amazing! The smoked salmon linguini was full of salmon and creamy. The chicken & melted cirrus cheese sandwich was slightly savory and sweet with a unique bread (dough like texture like it's suppose to be). The side of sweet potatoes was not disappointing cuz they were soft but had a good cooked outside to them.
Horrible service got waters and 15 /17 min later the people who got seated 10/12 min after us got to place their orders and waitress just walks right past us with out even acknowledge us to say I will be right back to take your order...... got up and left thanks for the horrible service.....
Food took a long time, though the 90+ degree heat made it seem longer. Food was fantastic, servers were friendly and genuine. Try the pot pie and the crab melt! Pickled onions with turmeric were a great touch. Dedicated GF kitchen. GF beers and ciders on tap.
This place was so AWESOME!!! The owner sat us at our table and confirmed this is completely GF establishment....Very rarely do I eat at a place that I have absolutely no worries and can order anything on the menu. Our waitress was supreme!! I had the halibut and my daughter ordered the Alaskan Crab. We also ordered 3 different kinds of bread and desserts. The food was so good!! I wish we lived close by as I would go here frequently. For me this was a Celiacs dream come true!!
There's no way to say enough good things about the place. Just go. I was in the area for just a couple days and made a point of going twice. Outstanding food, service, and atmosphere. Why don't more places like this exist?? Try the chicken pot pie or spätzle dishes. And the desserts. And beverages.
My husband (a celiac) and I ate here twice in our 3 days here. I would give this place 6 stars if I could! The food is incredible, the staff is friendly and the location is beautiful. It was our favorite restaurant between Port Townsend and Sequim. Eat here!!!
Entire menu is GF. Very quaint decorated atmosphere. Would agree with other reviewer who said it is not a $$ place, but I'd say $$$...lunch for 2 was $30+. Excellent food though. Thoroughly enjoyed the carrot ginger soup, almond-crusted chicken, and chicken pot pie! I would return for sure if in the area. Very glad we stopped there on our road trip.
It's rare for me to find a restaurant where I can eat everything on the menu so I was really excited to try this place when we were in Sequim on vacation. It was a bit of a splurge for us, especially with our kids, and we felt a bit let down. Hopefully they were just having an off night but the service was awful. The ingredients were clearly fresh and top quality and the food tasted good but it wasn't exceptional. I don't think we would go back again.