Really bad for dinner gluten free options (coeliac). We had been about 3 years ago for our first date so we wanted to come back to celebrate our engagement. Gluten free options were better back then. I ordered the only gluten free option- the hake, but then was a lot of the parts of that dish were not gluten free and given a very bland (and expensive) dish of unseasoned fish and a plate swimming in salted green beans
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much/None
Top-floor restaurant with great view of the city. Nothing on the menu is marked gluten-free but the staff can advise you which dishes can be adapted. For brunch this was mostly limited to the egg-based dishes, e.g., Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine with GF bread. The portions were quite small.