Love this place! They are very safe and mark dishes with allergen picks. Manager is very knowledgeable and assured safety of food for gluten free. They were very accommodating to even make non-gluten free items gluten free.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Waited half an hour and left with no food because a manager responded to a question of mine and told me the menus were “misprinted” and “gluten free actually means gluten friendly” As someone with Celiac’s we had to leave. We had specifically gone here since they had options. If you have Celiac’s - avoid it.
Otherwise have fun.
Been three times already. No issues. Talked to manager on my first visit, told me to request GF tortilla chips for my chips and salsa. Food was good. Didn’t get sick. I’m gluten intolerant.
Went shortly after it opened. We talked to the manger about the menu to make sure it was GF. He told me they do not have a dedicated fryer and half the things that were marked GF were not really GF bc of things that were fried. The manger didn’t understand when i stated that makes it not GF and said and I quote “the ingredients themselves are GF so it doesn’t matter”. I had to order tacos without half the ingredients bc of it. Tacos were ok. But they really don’t understand what Celiac is or what Gluten Free really means
This place just opened up last week and stopped in yesterday for lunch. You can tell this is a sister restaurant to Craft Street Kitchen with the menu and interior setup. The menu is probably about 75% GF and clearly marked. The tacos are great and they use soft corn tortillas. Only complaint is their tacos have too much sauce in them. Even though this is their first week open the server seemed to understand the importance of cross contamination.