I got French toast yesterday & was really excited about it. The bread slices were huge but inedible. So incredibly hard & the bread was really seedy, completely wrong for a French toast. I’m not celiac but definitely got sick that night with digestive & inflammatory flare issues.
Food was awesome. Prices right. Wife & I had brunch and no problems. I would no to celiac because I saw no dedicated space
Do not eat a meal here if you are sensitive to cross contamination. I had eggs, bacon, fruit and have been sick all afternoon. Not recommended for celiacs.
I ordered a Tres Queso panini and asked them if they could wipe down the panini machine in between. The lady said that they couldn't guarantee it and if I had "an allergy to go eat somewhere else." I also asked if they had separate containers for peanut butter, nutella, etc. and explained why. She said no, then said yes. Every time I asked a question she seemed really bothered and put out, even though it wasn't very busy. The sandwich was gross (and not that cheesy), and so was the coffee I order. My husband's non-gf sandwich was mediocre. I didn't get sick but that might've been sheer dumb luck.
Amazing gf french toast! cute lil place with several breakfast/brunch items. Yes, the baked goods only had 3 choices. I just went for breakfast. They only serve brunch items Sat-Sun. Salads and sammies are week days. good food and good service.
Kind of disappointing, though I've only tried a couple items. Fairly expensive ($3 for a brownie, $1.25 for a tiny little cake ball), and they didn't have very many GF choices in the baked goods. Also the GF brownie and cake ball that I tried didn't taste very good. Not very anxious to go back to this place, but again, I did not try any regular menu items. Cute little place though. Note for true celiacs, I'd be wary as they are not a dedicated facility and they'll tell you they can't guarantee that there's no contamination.