I ate here for breakfast and it was great! They have a big assortment of gluten free breads (that actually taste good!) and pancakes. When I ordered toast I asked if they cooked it in the same toaster as regular bread and they said no, they grill it separately because of allergies. I didn’t even have to ask! Very impressed
My daughter and I (both Celiac) had a most delicious breakfast here, sharing French Toast (made from our choice of 4 homemade GF breads) with blueberries, and an omelette with house made herb cheese. Food was wonderful, service was lovely. Just a terrific community spot, locally owned and run with care.
Ate here twice. Once was told home fries were gluten free, once told they were not. Truth is everything is cooked with same oil and surface and that turned out to be an issue for me. Their gluten free bread is good but their servers are not aware of the issues. Otherwise a nice place.
Tried to kill me. Gave me regular bread when i asked for gluten free without me knowing... made me very sick and was defensive on the phone and not apologetic. if you are going to advertise gluten free products staff should be educated on gluten free offerings and preparation and if it were my restaurant the waitress that improperly served wheat instead of gf would be fired.