I really enjoyed my meal here recently. Was skeptical walking in... then impressed n full n happy walking out.
Love this restaurant. Food is delicious and everyone in my family gets something they really like. When we told the chef my son had celiac he got out all fresh cutting boards to avoid cross contamination. Update: after thinking about it the chef remembered that the steak was grilled on the same grill as the bread. He personally grilled a new piece of steak in a pan to avoid cross contamination.
No matter how many times you tell them you have a gluten allergy, they will put bread on your plate and have to remake the entire order, so do not recommend
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Below Average
I thought this place was safe for celiacs but it is not! Previously I have either told them I have celiac disease or a gluten/wheat-allergy. They even called down the line for everyone to change their gloves. Last time I went though, the chef called me up (after I’d already placed my order) and informed me that all their proteins are grilled on the same grill as their bread. So every protein is cross-contaminated. This is quite unfortunate because their chicken is so good. So celiacs be warned... don’t go here if you want protein!
The food was good but cross contamination is rampant at this busy lunch establishment. I've eaten here twice and got glutened one of the times, even though I gave them detailed instructions. I don't risk it anymore.
I was really excited to try this place. However, I never got past the ordering phase. After 3 nebulous and frustrating conversations with the cashier, the chef, and the kitchen manager, it was clear to me that they had no idea what ingredients contain gluten and no idea what was in their food. It was upsetting, and I left so disappointed. I would rate them a zero if I could.