Well, I don't know how anyone could give this place less than a stellar score because for a small mom and pop kind of café, they are TOTALLY committed to offering an extensive gf menu. We had an awesome waitress who showed us the binder they have in the kitchen listing gf foods and gf adjustments for other items. We had gf DELICIOUS pancakes (MUCH better than Miss Shirley's), gf patty sausage, crispy bacon (done on grill not fryer) Western omelet, gf potatoes, and toasted gf bun. They even have gf sub rolls (NOBODY else except One Dish does subs!!) You can have any sandwich modified to be gf. They have lots of entrees and side dishes that are safe. And on top of all that, you can order breakfast until 3:00, so if hubby wants a hamburger on gf bun and I want some more of those terrific pancakes for lunch, no problem. This place is DA BOMB!!!!
Since I only have to worry about wheat and not all gluten I can afford to be a little less cautious than someone with Celiac's. That said they do seem to be somewhat educated and willing to work with customers on their specific needs. I was allowed to substitute a toasted GF roll for my breakfast toast and they have several options so I don't always have to choose the same thing. Some reviews mentioned GF pancakes or waffles. I have never seen that on the menu.
It's a good restaurant and they mean well, but they are not always knowledgeable. My daughter has celiac, and the meal they assured us was gluten-free made her sick. In talking with them afterwards, they've tried to adjust, but make sure you talk with those cooking the food directly or get a manager involved. Ask to read the labels yourself.