80% of 5 votes say it's Celiac friendly

272 E Main St, Ashland, OR 97520 Directions

Top Reviews

3 months ago

Staff was friendly and knowledgeable—lots of gluten free options, including the best soup I ever had (if the German potato and bacon soup is available-get it!) From what I can tell it is celiac friendly, but my symptoms can be hard to pin down so check other reviews too.

1 year ago

The staff was very helpful (and patient). There are quite a few GF choices including paninis, wraps and soups. I had a panini, which was very good although for some might have been on the small side. I also had a very nice lemon basil cookie-chewy and yummy. Food tastes great and I did not get sick.

3 years ago
Celiac friendly

They are very responsive to celiac concerns Since the pannini grill is used to grill gluten containing bread the waitress suggested that any of the sandwich combinations could be prepared as a salad. The Eat-your-heart-out chicken salad was excellent. We suggested that they consider purchasing another paninni grill to be dedicated gluten free and she said she would pass on the suggestion. She gave me a taste of the vegan, gluten free rice pudding and it was heavenly. My husband and I went back that evening after the play and enjoyed that amazing dessert.

Gluten Free Features

  • Celiac Friendly


  • Cafe
  • Dairy-Free
  • Pescetarian Friendly
  • Plant Based
  • Vegan Friendly


Gluten-free teff wraps


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More Reviews

4 years ago
Not celiac friendly

The Garlic Chipotle Chicken soup was good but it was a very little cup for almost $4. The panini was little and expensive too!! The waitress did listen very well and still put bread with the soup after I told her three times "no bread, gluten free"!! Would NOT recommend if you have celiac!!!!!

4 years ago

Delicious gluten-free paninis. Worth the extra money for quality ingredients.

7 years ago

Food was delicious but not worth the price. I did love that they had teff wraps though.

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