Have eaten an omelette with a side of fresh fruit, and have not gotten sick. The potatoes are not gluten free. Love this place!
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Said that they have no options and will not accommodate me in any way. They were very rude about it. Stay away.
Waitress said that they have absolutely NO gluten free options and that people ask all the time but the restaurant can’t accommodate them. I confirmed this with the two hostesses at the front of the restaurant as we were leaving.
My waitress has no knowledge of GF and didn’t even offer to speak to kitchen. I ordered an omelette that comes with potatoes and toast. Luckily I read on here that potatoes are cooked in same oil. I told her I’m GF so I’ll pass on the potatoes and she then proceeded to ask me which type of toast I wanted. I had to educate her on what GF means. Be careful. I’m hoping based on other reviews that I won’t get sick.
I am staying across the street from Planet Hollywood/the M Shops, and was in desperate need of a solid breakfast (because, Vegas). I figured this place was worth a shot, so I grabbed a seat at the bar.
The bartender was pretty knowledgable, but she double checked with the kitchen. To the bartender's credit, she told me that although they bill the breakfast potatoes as GF, they are 1) fried in the same oil; and 2) she said they looked like they could have a coating, and she wanted to be sure I knew that. (Apparently, they are double fried, which gives them this look.)
Since I was sweating tequila and wearing sunglasses inside, I rolled those dice and tried the potatoes (with scrambled eggs, bacon, and avocado -- all of which was good). LET ME TELL YOU: these potatoes were everything that I needed. They were a warm, crispy, fried hug of hangover relief, and I am here for it.
I also had coffee -- fine, and a Tito's Bloody Mary, which was DELICIOUS.
So, I give this place 5 stars because the bartender actually cared and the food was good. But, if you aren't willing to risk a shared fryer, avoid the potatoes.
Waitress was knowledge and helped find things we could have for a person with celiacs. No dedicated menus, but plenty of things including the great salmon dish I had. She marked my ticket and said she'd come out if there were any sauces that were in question. No desserts, but we don't eat them. Our entire table loved their meals.