While the staff is super helpful and there is a full menu of gluten free options it is NOT safe for Celiacs. The kitchen is very small and it’s a very busy spot, so cross contamination is high I have eaten here multiple times and while I have gotten the certified gluten free option, I have gotten very sick. Great spot to sit and have a coffee or tea drink and do work, but if you’re sensitive, I recommend passing on the food.
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
They happily answered all my questions about products and if they were Gluten Free. The waitress was very kind and understanding. She also informed me about all the prevention techniques that the kitchen staff used on my specific dish to avoid cross-contamination. The food was also delicious, it was so nice to safely each brunch!
— Separate gluten-free menu
This would have gotten a five star review if it were all about the food. Our food was excellent. I will probably go back just because we enjoyed it so much. But our waitress was probably the rudest waitress I have ever had. I have definitely had my fair share of bad waitresses in my lifetime but only because of neglect. Our waitress was incredibly rude. And when I asked about gluten free she gave me quite a bit of attitude, Never really answered me and walked away. I can’t have gluten and I need the staff to be very clear about the menu items. She was very annoyed that we were not ready to take our orders yet. We were also seated in a spot where the sun was shining in our faces. We asked if we could get the blinds pulled down and she told us” you can handle it”. I was not impressed with my service at all. The other staff there that night were incredibly nice and helpful to their customers. I probably would’ve had a different review if I had had a different waitress or waiter.
They have a GF brunch menu. I had a delicious Eggs Benedict served on GF bread. The sauce was a hickory tomato sauce that was very tasty. Bonus was the giant mugs of chai.
This was a very disappointing experience. I had ordered eggs Benedict and was served the side ends of the bread which also happened to be burned. The cherry on the cake was my son who is Celiac got very sick after eating here.
Excellent and knowledgeable staff they even have gluten-free bread. Food selection is very good for gluten-free. Chef makes accommodations and understands gluten free
If you have dairy allergies there won't be much you can eat here! I don't eat meat so I guess that cuts out more food than most but I can have only have their lattes.... but they are AMAZING at lattes!
Love the big ol' fashion breakfast... they have a full gluten free menu and pretty good mamosa's to boot
Amazing! Good no matter whether you're vegan, vegetarian, or gluten free!
I love Oasis Cafe! I've come here for brunch and dinner and the food is always delicious. Their gluten free brunch menu is fantastic and they always take extra care to make sure my (celiac) husband's food is free of cross-contamination. The drink menu is a glory to behold; I highly recommend their mocha espresso and the lavender mimosa. If there is a wait to be seated, they will ask for your cell phone number and text you when your table is ready--super convenient! I love to browse the attached Golden Braid Books if there's a wait. And as a bonus, if you buy something from Golden Braid they give you a coupon for $10 off 2 dinner entrees. The vibe here is relaxed and peaceful. It's delightful for a transplanted Washington hippie like myself.
We have eaten here for years. The son of the owner has celiacs so they are very knowledgable and careful. The waitstaff know what can and cannot be made gf.