I ordered the cheese plate, which came with gluten free crackers. They tasted good, which was a nice surprise because I have yet to find GF crackers I like. I can’t attest to any other menu options, but this one was made safely and I was satisfied!
Okay they didn't kill me, that's worth a star. I have Celiac Disease so was very excited when I saw "May be made gluten free" noted on their menu. But it turns out, their idea of "gluten free" is to just serve those items without the sauce. So the maple glazed salmon is just... plain salmon. The wonderful sounding roast chicken would be just plain chicken. The BBQ ribs would be dry ribs, no sauce. I ordered the steak, and like I said at least they didn't kill me but it was super over cooked, and the waitress didn't do anything when I told her about it. (I had ordered it rare, and it came out well done. Not even close.) You won't starve here but there are much better restaurants on Queen Street where the food is excellent and you'll have far more gluten free options. One positive thing to note - it's a great spot for relaxing and people watching if you just want to enjoy a nice glass of wine.