Celiacs Beware: All food items are cooked on the same grill as the other food. So now I’ll sit here and starve while I watch my family eat.
We came here from out of town. Service was sub par, and the gluten free pancakes tasted like cardboard and were so dry I had to use so much syrup to get them so they were soft. They advertised berry pancakes and the dish came cold and had a few berries on top. Service was ok at first then the waitress never came back to check on us. Save ur time and go to Snooze. They had amazing GF options.
There are good options but if you have celiac do not order the gluten free toast. They put it in the sam toaster as other bread.
Lots of GF substitutes... English muffin, pancakes, fruit, etc. Sadly the smashed tots are cooked in designated fryer so chance of cross contamination. Loved my omelet and GF English muffin! Service was amazing, too!
We lucked out and our waitress also had Celiac, so she was well versed on options. Had a spinach and fresh mozzarella omelette and it was lovely. Try the crack bacon!!
It had a few options. It was delicious but I am not sure there wasn't some sort of cross contamination. I have felt sick most of the day. Too bad because it is a really nice little place to visit.
A little bummed they cooked their gf pancakes and other items on the same griddle.
I ordered the "classic" bacon and egg breakfast with a GF pancake and clearly stated that I have Celiac Disease. The waitress acted like she didn't really care. From the texture of the pancake served I am fairly sure it was constructed of GF materials, but I had a reaction within an hour after eating there. Seems there must be a lot of cross contamination in the kitchen and the menu does clearly state that the establishment will not guarantee its gluten free items.
Fine if you're on a GF diet for non-medical health reasons - AVOID if you have Celiac's.
We visited Syrup every visit to Denver and have recommended them many times, but I did want to warn my fellow Celiacs that when I visited last week, I got very sick. I ordered the eggs Benedict with a gf English muffin and clearly it wasn't. Either that or there was quite a bit of cross contamination. They usually do a great job, but they aren't flawless. Mistakes still happen. I would just recommend really stressing how important it is that they serve you gluten-free food.
FANTASTIC and then some. would have given 5 but had to wait 40 minutes
wonderful pancakes, wonderful bloody Mary's.
The bananas foster pancakes were wonderful! I recommend adding the pecan butter! I have Celiac's and had no reaction to the food. I'll be back!
I am surprised to see the " be very cautious" reviews. I tried Syryps downtown location for the first time and found the staff to be extremely careful to not allow any gluten whatsoever, the food was extrodinary, I tipped my waitress and the kitchen personell. I look forward to going back. Thank you, syryps, ,it was the first time I got to go out to eat since my diagnosis.
they offer a gluten free menu but do not take any steps to prevent cross contamination. when I told the waitress I was allergic to wheat she said they were busy and cook everything on the same grill. I asked if they could clean the grill and she said no they were too busy.
I would not recommend this place if you have an intolerance or allergy!
A rare treat for the gluten intolerant! I am unsure if they cross contaminate, but for me it doesn't matter. Outstanding waffles, service, atmosphere. Kid friendly too!
gluten free options are awesome, waffles, pancakes AND french toast for that carb fix :) however their "syrup" options are not real, they are the general high fructose corn syrup options with flavorings. had to check just to be sure. great find, would eat again just make sure to ask for real maple when ordering.
Be VERY careful with what you order here. They have a pretty darn extensive GF menu. However, they aren’t doing anything right when it comes to gluten-free. If you just want to eat sans gluten as a trend, or a fad – cool, then go here and have amazing food. However, if you are sensitive, you need to question their kitchen practices. I was excited to see about the pancakes, they sounded amazing. But I was more excited when I saw the english muffins because I’m a sucker for breakfast sandwiches. And then I made a mistake – I asked them how it was prepared.
They toast the muffins in the same toaster as gluten bread.
They make the waffles in the same waffle maker as the gluten waffles.
They make the pancakes on the same griddle as the gluten ones.
Be very very careful here if you are a celiac! Stick to eggs and have them make your pancakes in a separate pan. Tell them to be very very careful.