Really enjoyed my breakfast. This is the first time I’ve been to a completely gluten free restaurant and I was in heaven. Best GF bread I’ve had. I usually don’t ever order toast so that was a nice treat. The service was excellent. Just a little sad to learn they don’t make the cinnamon rolls regularly. I had read great reviews on them and was looking forward to it. Took some cupcakes home though and they were good, but a little dry. It was nice to have more flavors to choose from than any other cupcake bakery I’ve been to with GF.
The restaurant is not only gluten free but SO yummy. If you are visiting the Baltimore area this restaurant is a must!!! Each of our dinners were full of flavor and large portions. The bonus was that they had the most delicious dessert options that are all gluten free with several that are dairy free. The pecan caramel cake has to be the best I have ever tasted!!!
OMG the food is awesome! Entire establishment is gluten free! They also have stuff to take with you and clearly labeled for allergens (like the Xanthan Gum is corn derived). I would definitely come back here to eat when in Baltimore!!! It was worth the drive to get here from my appt!
We ate in the restaurant. The menu is basically Indian with southwestern and mexican options. We had batata vada: (potato fritters/chickpea tempura/tamarind & mint sauces) and the Indian tostadas (chickpeas/potatoes/onion/yogurt/over corn chips) for appetizers and both were delicious, particularly the batata vada. I don't have fried food very often due to celiac and other considerations, but these were fantastic. The general tso tofu for an entree was delicious as well. We had the lemon cheesecake for dessert and it was a success. You will feel in good hands here.
While visiting the inner harbor, we took a special trip by Uber to go here. I had high hopes. I bought 6 cupcakes. They appeared to have sunken during baking and the dip was filled in with frosting. Cake was kind of gritty and not as moist as some I've gotten closer to home (PA). Not worth the $17 Uber ride.
The whole menu is open season for celiacs, and it’s all amazing. Pizza, tacos, sandwiches, CINNAMON BUNS, cupcakes, muffins... all are so good. As far as i know, the only things not gluten free are beers on the bar side. You gotta keep an eye out for the spicy stuff, tho... they are not kidding around. Isabel celiac disease and I frequent this place and I trust them 100%. Hit them up and become a regular!
This place is an incredible find! Lots of gluten free cookies and cupcakes, and a full selection of multicultural foods. We ordered fries and burgers for the kids, Bombay chicken for myself, and a duck taco for my husband. Friendly, knowledgeable staff. Dedicated GF facility.
I can't say enough good things about this place. We started out last year just going for their large variety of cupcakes, but today we also decided to eat lunch there. They serve some of the best Indian food I've tasted in years, with a surprising mix of Caribbean items, plus there are less-ethnic menu items such as pizza (good, but not amazing) and burgers on GF buns. There is also a large breakfast menu, which we have not sampled yet. The entire restaurant is GF and most items can be made without other allergens like dairy or nuts. There is also GF beer available.
I consider my trip to Baltimore a success because we found sweet 27! We had breakfast this morning: gluten free pancakes AND the best cinnamon bun you will ever have (gf or not)! We plan to go back tonight for dinner.. that's how good it is! Totally gf restaurant, so you pose no fear of cross-contamination!
The entire menu is gluten free! I have celiac's, so being able to share appetizers and desserts with friends while out to dinner is definitely unusual for me, and I really enjoyed doing that here. I ate at the bar/restaurant, and shared 2 appetizers, had a curry entree, and shared a dessert. All were tasty, and I did not get sick afterwards. The menu is very eclectic (tacos, curries, burgers, etc), but everything my friends and I ate was good. I was visiting from out of town, but would definitely return.
We visited Baltimore and needed to find gf food for lunch. We were pleasantly surprised by the Wonderfully spicy food, and especially enjoyed the duck tacos! The potato fritters were also delicious and filling. Be warned, portions are huge, so order to share, except for the cinnamon rolls, they are too good to share, just go to the gym afterwards.
I have been going to this cafe/restaurant since it was just a cafe called Sweet Sin...needless to say I'm still around because the food rarely disappoints. I have gone by myself and with others and have always had a pleasant experience. I can say that the sweet potato fries are my least favorite item on the menu as they are battered in chickpea flour which being gluten sensitive I can appreciate but as far as I'm concerned, sweet potato fries are deelish on their own and don't need to be overdressed. The pizza was really good except for the crust which should have perhaps been baked seperately before toppings were added to prevent sogginess.
The food is EH but it's a safe place to go for a meal as a Celiac. My favorite thing about Sweet27 is when they swank up the menu for Valentine's Day. They raise the prices but it is so worth it to get a fancy meal without any fear of gluten.
I've been eating at Sweet 27 with gluten-sensitive friends since before knowing I had serious problems with gluten myself, and I can say from our shared experiences that things are really hit-or-miss for Sweet 27 when it comes to getting sick. Compared to Harmony Bakery up in Hampden and the always-reliable One Dish Cuisine down south, I've been sick after eating at Sweet 27 far more than I now find acceptable knowing that I have safer, reliable alternatives. Certainly not every time has resulted in the gluten flu, but you and I both know that once is more than enough. (An extra note: a lot of their baked items have dairy in them, so please ask questions if you are also lactose/casein intolerant.) I'm grateful that Sweet 27 is here, but for those who are particularly sensitive, I would use a lot of caution.
I appreciate restaurants that are gluten free more than words could express so I give this place one star for the efforts they take to be gluten free. The food however is horrible! The garlic mashed potatoes had so much garlic we couldn't eat them. The pizza crust was the strangest consistency and although I quickly realized that this is primarily Indian cuisine I was surprised that my pizza tasted so far from traditional pizza. Basically we just spent $70 on lunch that none of the four of us ate.