I eat the buckwheat crepes every time I come here. This is my first visit since my celiac diagnosis. I called in advance to find out if they could accommodate and find out what could be made gluten free. I told the server and the hostess that I have celiac and explained what I needed. They were very willing to accommodate. The manager brought out my dish and made sure that no one else had touched it to ensure it wasn't contaminated by mistake. If you have celiac and like crepes, I'd recommend that you try it. However, the frites are not gluten free at all. The vegan frites are fried in the same oil as a breaded cheese item.
I went multiple times to get gf French fries. I asked each time and was told it was a dedicated fryer. I kept getting sick but my symptoms as a celiac take almost a week to present themselves. the last time I went I asked about gluten free sides and they said if I was sensitive, NOT to get the fries because they fry the chicken in there. stopped going there, stopped getting sick.
No gluten free menu, but the chef is willing to come out to discuss options. Buckwheat crepes are very good. The vegan frites (French fries) are made in a gluten free frier.