I’m giving 3 stars because there are a FEW safe things to eat. The server was honest and advised anything cooked in the fryer is not ok for celiac. (Fries amongst other fried items have a GF label). She also said their menu is gluten friendly but many risk cross contamination. I had the curry bowl with salmon. It was terrible. I’m an adventurous eater, but onions and I think garlic was so overwhelming it took over the whole dish to the point I couldn’t taste anything else. The $9 salmon add-on was thin and way overcooked. I didn’t get sick, but would never order that again. The normal, non-GF folks in my party liked their food. Also to note- the Bee&Biscuit down the street, which also lists GF options, had a 2.5 hour wait. Sage Kitchen was nearly empty. There’s probably a reason for that. Which is a shame because this place has potential, especially for the gf customers. I think with better management and a better trained kitchen (and FOH hosting which I’m not even going to comment on), this place would do well.
Food was excellent and staff was knowledgeable. HOWEVER, fries are listed as gluten free, but when I asked they said they do not have a dedicated fryer therefore you run into cross contamination. I question what other items are listed inaccurately.
I am a super sensitive Celiac and have eaten here lots of times without issue. The servers are knowledgeable and they have plenty of delicious options for everyone!
the menu is clearly marked GF and V. vegetarian the server was helpful.we were told they have dedicated areas fir food prep. my beach babe salad was great ! no tummy issues later. ill be back