My safe option for dining out. We probably eat here 2-3x/month. Has a 2 page GF menu. Never had a problem. Sometimes they might be out eg. this morning they were out of the GF toast and substituted GF english muffin instead. Has a dedicated dryer and toaster.
I will not even give them a star. All I ordered was their GF home fries. I asked for them to be extra crispy (from the grill) ... I asked the waitress what the home fries where like ... She asked me if I was American. Which yes I am, I look it.. I don't have any accent. Anyways the home fries came out undercooked even though I asked for it extra crispy. I politely asked if they could put it back on the grill. 10-12 minutes went by... They said 2 more minutes... I said no thank you, I don't want them anymore. I did not get an apology from anyone. Rude service all together.
I think for a diner, this place is pretty top notch. I have had everything from breakfast to salad to pasta to burgers. They are super accommodating with adjusting items from the regular menu to be GF too. In recent visits, all the wait staff seem to be fairly well educated BUT the kitchen staff has a habit of putting regular onion rings on the GF burger platters. I remind them no onion rings when I order but it's not listed on the menu. Ask a ton of questions just to be safe. Dedicated fryer!
Horrible. I went there with my mother and she ordered the burger with gluten free bun and the burger was a hockey pick. Completely inedible. I had the gluten free pancakes which were ok but I also got eggs and the eggs had a funny taste. I was shocked when I saw a silver grime on the bottom of the eggs from an unclean griddle. We then ordered a gluten free brownie which they had on the menu but hasn't had in months. Overall the place was horrible
Do not think the fully understand how to do Gluten Free without cross contamination correctly. I had the manager thank me for asking for a gluten free menu so I would pay higher prices for the same food. Also, found a noodle in my gluten free chicken and rice soup. I have been here a few times and it really depends on the server you have, some are knowledgeable, some not at all. I wish it was better since there is a large menu, but I won't be returning here unless there are no other options available.
Can be good, can be bad. It really depends on the server you get. Some have no idea about gluten free when you request it. I've gotten sick after eating there more than once so uve basically crossed it off my list unless desperate and everything else is closed.
First off, I applaud Six Brothers for supporting the GF community. Pros: 1) one of the larger GF menus in North Jersey 2) make strong efforts to avoid cross contamination (dedicated fryer, separately cooked pasta, separate section of the grill) 3) Our server was fantastic- very attentive and made sure we felt comfortable. 4) Portions were huge Cons: The food quality was inconsistent. 1) French onion soup- was awesome 2) breaded chicken parm- good 3) spaghetti with pesto sauce- didn't really taste like pesto 4) pancakes- really bad and had a potato-like flavor. If 6 brothers can tweak the recipes a bit, this could become a go-to spot for us, though.