Not great. Got a meal this past Sunday with my celiac daughter. I should have known to turn around and leave when upon ordering a gluten free panini after stating it was for my gluten allergic daughter, I was offered a choice of side and when I asked what was gluten free the cashier responded "I have no idea" and just stood there awaiting my answer. I said "Nevermind. I don't want a side". Fast forward and now my food is ready- my daughters panini comes out with a side of tortilla chips delivered by a different young lady. So I asked her "Are those chips gluten free"? She also had no idea. Turns out they were (so she said after inquiring) but I don't think this place is safe. If the staff has no idea about the gluten free options how can they prepare a meal without cross contaminating? Super disappointed that my daughter did, indeed have a reaction.
Awesome!! so many gf breakfast and lunch options also homemade granola bars and banana/ almond/ blueberry breads and the make me a cake next door which is sadly closed on Mondays so I didn't get to try it! But I will be back as it was so nice to go to a cute place with so many great options and the staff totally understand!
Great little restaurant with lots of delicious GF options for breakfast and lunch. The back room is full of comfortable arm chairs, a great pace to chat with a friend or read the newspaper. The owners of the Perfect Blend also own a cake shop next door (aptly named Bake Me a Cake Next Door) where you can get GF cakes in lots of flavors and sizes -- from carrot cupcakes to many-tiered chocolate wedding cakes.
Delicious bread. Lunch is always good and they always have a gluten free side to pair (potato salad/cucumber, tomato, mozz salad). I've never been glutened with lunch, but have been every single time for breakfast. Have not yet discussed with owners but plan to inquire about baking surfaces. Owner has Celiac so he understands our plight.