Unfortunately our waitress did not know much about the menu. I asked if they had any GF pastries and she said they had a vegan cookie, so maybe that was gluten free too? Plus all the pastries are all piled in a small case together, so likely to be cross contaminated if they did have anything GF. She said they could do toast with GF bread, and I didn't even ask if they had a separate toaster, as it didn't seem likely. I had a smoothie that was pretty good but I didn't feel safe ordering anything else here.
I haven’t had a problem with finding items that are gluten free, but my one problem was the gluten free sandwich bead fell all apart. It was disappointing to pay extra at an already pricey restaurant for bread that didn’t actually hold. I pointed this out to the waiter, but he seemed to shrug it off. I still have enjoyed the other items I’ve tried there, but wouldn’t get another sandwich.
Gluten free items are not marked, but the waitress was able to answer my questions/knew what was gluten free. She was also knowledgeable about cross contamination. I had the Hauvos Rancheros with no issue. Bread is all toasted in the same toaster, so toast was not an option for me.
St. Kilda has very limited gluten-free options for those with Celiac Disease. The bread is cross-contaminated so I wasn’t able to eat a sandwich. I opted for Huevos Rancheors since it’s cooked in a pan and not the grill. It was only mediocre though. Don’t exactly recommend, but I didn’t get sick afterwards so I’m giving St. Kilda 3/5 stars.
St. Kilda is offering gluten-free bread with their dishes. Their menu consists mainly of open-faced sandwiches called "toasts", traditional sandwiches, salads, and modernized breakfast favorites. So far I've had the Beet Hummus Toast and the Tuscan Chicken Sandwich, and Steak Sandwich on their gluten-free bread with no issues. Cannot recommend enough!