Honestly, I just trusted all of the other reviews on this app! I did ask the girl if the pasties were safe for people with Celiac and she felt confident.
The Yooper Beef was insanely good! I’ve gone twice this weekend so far. The first time I did not get offered any gravy. Today I ask if there was any GF gravy so I got some and it was a great touch! I’ll be taking some frozen ones home! Clearly did not get glutened! 🥳
But like everyone else is saying, it is a wait so plan ahead. It takes an hour to bake.
All of the drinks are gluten free apparently. We had a bubble tea and it was not good and especially over priced! Can’t believe they are that popular. I doubt they get repeat customers for the drinks.
— Separate gluten-free menu
Gluten Free pasty was delicious, best crust I’ve had since diagnosis. Pasty was served in its own color coded container. Food was great and I didn’t get sick. Definitely will come back!
Excellent flaky crust! Delicious fillings. I was there with two other Celiacs and none of us were sick. I can't wait to go back! I took some frozen pasties home. I haven't had a pasty since my pre-celiac days and this was better than I remember them being. 10/10 would recommend!
Had a separate Gluten Free menu (not surprisingly, it was less then half the size of the regular menu). It was printed right next to the menu that they advised there would be a 30 minute wait, which she repeated when I ordered ($2 up charge for the GF version as well), but a girl's gotta eat, so I said OK. I wasn't paying a ton of attention to the time, but I'd bet the wait was closer to 45 minutes. :( But the pasty was delicious, crispy fresh crust, big bits of chicken and fresh vegetables on the inside. I recommend highly, but come prepared to wait!
We were so excited to try their GF pasties. Here's how this went down - 1st - we ordered. They were out of three different kinds (not the GF kind) and had to go ask outback (hmmm, what's "outback"? but OK) if they could indeed make us a GF pasty. Reply came back after about 5 minutes of us standing around and waiting. 2nd - The nice lady told us it would take 30 minutes. OK, that's fine, we understand! We paid (over $55 for 5 of them, 3 not GF, but again, OK.) As soon as we paid, and she changed the timeline (didn't speak to anyone, just changed it while we were paying) to at least 40 minutes. 3rd - We decided to leave and go shop around, and returned 50 minutes later. Still not ready. They need another 5 minutes. OK. 4th - They need another 10 minutes. 5th - They need another 5 minutes. 5th - Food finally arrives! Yeah! We're starving. Overall - don't expect your food to be ready in less than 80 minutes, the Chicken Pot Pie has no gravy, frozen veggies and is bland and dry, but my daughter really liked her GF cheese and potato one. No reaction, so that was good, but I didn't eat much of mine there because it wasn't good, and waited to make a gravy at home to eat the remaining 3/4 there. It still wasn't that good. We will NOT be going back. :(
Really good GF Pastys! We will be going back for more!
Gluten free pasties! Owned by the same owners as Sugarhigh Bakery. They use separate utensils and do their best to avoid CC.