Used to be good about gluten free food, but recently has been a little rude about accommodations. They used to use separate pans to cook gluten free but the past two times I went they told me there’s no way they could accommodate gluten free. Disappointing.
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Excellent service, friendly, welcoming and accommodating. The gluten free blueberry pancakes were good AND they are gigantic, a stack may last breakfast, lunch and dinner! (Smaller portion available) GF bread available most of the time
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
When the waitress came to take my order I informed her that I had a gluten allergy and she enthusiastically said that I could eat anything I wanted. Luckily I asked that they must cook the gf pancakes in a separate place than the gluten ones and she said no and that everything is cooked on a shared griddle. They couldn’t give me a new pan and said we could clean it and I am very sensitive so I walked out. The other reviews said how great this place was but it didn’t seem like they deal with celiacs often.
The gluten free pancakes are good and I know you can get a sandwich on gluten free bread/rolls but there aren’t many options other than that — their home fries have flour on them (which was sad for me because I love potatoes and wanted something savory). Staff is nice and the food is good overall!
When available, the Angry Beni (eggs Benedict) IS gluten free. The gluten free pancakes are delish!
When I ordered the Angry Beni, I was told they were out of GF bread/rolls. But the waitress suggested putting over home fries. Great suggestion. Excellent that the waitstaff get it and offer good alternatives.
Definitely going back here.
Staff was knowledgeable about the ingredients. Most eggs and omelets can be made gluten free and the gluten free pancakes were really good.