The food is just okay. It’s nice that it’s dedicated GF but it’s really really expensive. GF is typically more expensive but it’s crazy expensive here. It cost $13 for a 4”x 4” square sandwich (turkey, pesto and two onions) that came with a small bag of carrots and hummus. It’s one of the only GF places that’s open on Sunday so that’s why we came.
I love everything here!!! The Zucchini Cardamom muffin was especially spectacular! I haven’t tried it but they also sell some doughs so you can make pizza or pie at home which I’m excited to try. Also the staff is so nice! Wanted to buy everything.
I don’t live close, but visit a friend on the Hill occasionally. He told me about this bakery and I thought I’d give it a shot. I miss donuts. Theirs were DELICIOUS. More like a tiny cake. I’m also dairy free so there’s not a lot of options out there for me that I can have just one or two items. I’m going back tomorrow to load up for me and a couple co-workers.
Definitely safe because it’s a dedicated facility, but things just weren’t *quite* as delicious as some of the other GF places we’ve tried in town. They just seem to have a different balance of flavors than we’re used to. They definitely “taste gluten free” or just slightly “off”.
Dedicated GF and celiac safe. Delicious quiches! We tried several things and the bacon potato quiche was the clear winner. The savory items were all a little on the salty side. The vegan chocolate mini cake was rich and tasty. I found the zucchini cardamom muffins a little sweet and not spiced quite enough. The spinach pocket was okay, according to my husband, but mostly tasted of green onion. Staff was friendly and service was great.
This is an all-gluten-free bakery, so it's definitely safe for celiacs. Besides more standard baked goods, such as chocolate chip cookies, they have treats that can be hard to find when one has to eat gluten-free. Even though I had my eyes on several items, I ended up choosing the chocolate éclair, since I had never had one. It was really good. My non-gluten-free company had the rum tiramisu and also loved it. The service was great. I definitely recommend this place.
Coming from a celiac person with extreme sensitivity; I would give this place 100 stars if I could. By far the best gluten-free place I have EVER been to, anywhere. Breads, bakery goods, sandwiches, soups, cakes, brownies, cookies and more. Rare to find a dedicated GF facility and this place stays true to that. Would always recommend if you’re in the Seattle area. Well worth the 2 1/2 hr drive for us!
I'm clueless why their rating isn't higher. This place is amazing. Service was great - very friendly. Food & desserts were all delicious. We got lentil vegan soup, vegan cookies. Chai teas with coconut & almond milk, hand pies, millionaire bar, & cinnamon rolls. Find me gluten free needs to bump this place towards the top of Seattle eats. My pics don't show, but there is a good amount of seating towards the store entrance.
Dedicated GF bakery. However the items are hit or miss. I really liked their blueberry muffins. They are moist and taste like regular muffins. The good morning breakfast thing with egg inside was bland like another reviewer mentioned. The jalepeno quiche was good if you're into quiche (crust was good). They do have very good brownies, though.
Disappointing. The brownie was great, but aren't brownies one of the easier GF baked goods? The cinnamon roll had a sourness to it, and was overbaked. The eclair had amazing cream but the pastry was bland. I ordered a blueberry muffin to eat later, and when I was finally eating it I thought they have me the wrong thing until I found a SINGLE blueberry at the very bottom of the dry muffin. Very disappointing.
It's definitely gluten-free, however, I wasn't overly impressed by the offerings. The good-morning muffin with bacon was bland, and the cinnamon roll just "okay." I will say, in the item we really enjoyed - jalapeño quiche - the crust was great! I would try the food again though, maybe some other items are more flavorful.
I am in LOVE! A celiac's dream! And a baker celiac at that! I am in awe at the raspberry danish! Such an accomplishment, as danish is already hard to make normally, making it gluten free is a feat! Great great great! Even my non gluten free family devoured their cinnamon rolls! Too bad I dont live in seattle I would be here all the time!
Very mixed reviews, I would recommend their SAVORY options because some of their sweet options were awful. We bought 10 different desserts and only 3 were good, the others were basically inedible. I literally spat the food out because some of it tasted like lotion (the crew filling on one cookie tasted like lard)? I would recommend asking the people who work there what they like and get those things if you are going to buy things from here.
Outstanding customer service, beautiful bakery, delicious cookies, breads, quiches, rolls, take and bake cookie dough (includes cookie cutter!!) and more. My personal favorites are the quiches and macaroons. So many treats to choose from. The people are warm and friendly, too. This is what you want in a gluten free bakery.
Nice array of sweet and not-too-sweet choices plus some hand pies, soups and sandwiches. Dedicated gluten free and also peanut free. Their basic flour mix has potato starch so doesn't work for me but the day I visited they had an excellent coconut flour chocolate cake. Our whole family is gluten free and enjoyed the treats. My daughter with celiac was fine after having the tiramisu (and loved it) so it definitely seems celiac friendly.
Went today after eating at Razzi's. I had the best tiramisu I had ever tasted in my life. My sister got a peppermint cookie, and I concluded from the crumb that she shared with me that the bakers are magical. 100% gluten free and delicious (if you have different intolerences you most likely will find something that will fit your needs). :):):)
I visited Nuflour's new store-front bakery today with my daughter and my son who has celiac. We had their products once before, but it's always fun to have a destination to go to, so I was excited to try out their new location. Both my kids loved their desserts. My daughter, who does eat gluten, had the brownie ("It's so good, and it doesn't taste like it's gluten-free!"); my son had the cinnamon roll (it was pretty dense but my son ate it right up). They were great in giving us samples of all the bread and we took home several loaves, my kids liked the rosemary focaccia the best. I'm enjoying a slice of the sesame seed loaf right now, so good toasted w/jam & butter. It's the right consistency. They have several savory options as well so I'm looking forward to having a spot we can stop by for breakfast, lunch or a snack where I don't have to second-guess if my son is getting cross-contaminated food.
Great texture in their breads and pastries. The Danish is perfectly flaky. I love the everyday treats like cookies and morning muffins and can't wait for another special occasion to get a cake there! My non GF friends are always surprised when I tell them is GF. My favorite so far is the morning muffin - yummy savory muffin with a whole egg baked in the middle.