They had buns to substitute for a burger, salads, and gf pasta. The waiter did ask if I had a gluten allergy. The food was good.
The menu indicates options for GF in a very general way, and is pretty misleading. It reads as if there are multiple options when really there are maybe 3-4 (an appetizer, a salad, the salmon sandwich with homemade GF bread, maybe 1 other item?). The waitress was very friendly and as helpful as could be considering we only had 1 real meal option that we cared to try (BBQ Salmon & Bacon). We had to forego the BBQ sauce, but replaced it with another option (aioli sauce?) which was very tasty. It was worth stopping on our bike ride around Stanley Park because we were so hungry, but we probably wouldn't seek it out otherwise unless we had a craving for that one specific sandwich.
Good choices. Fries didn't bother me at all. wonderful setting. Only negative: they ran out of Bard's.
Either the wait staff or the menu is wrong. Fries were labeled gluten free but waitress claimed they use all one fryer for their food. Settled for a gluten free chicken burger and the bun was not good.