They have a lot of things marked gf but when asked they said they have a mixed kitchen and “do their best” but cant really guarantee their items are gf. I did notice they heat the food in wax paper which is great to protect it from the common hotplate used for nongluten items. I ate here because i was driving through and had no choice and the other gf place was closed but wouldnt recommend it or call it celiac safe. I also cant have corn and was told the meal i was going to eat was safe as it had no visible corn but when i asked about corn starch in ingredients suddenly they didnt know. Baked goods all have oats. Little knowledge about cc- im pretty sure the tong to remove my food from the wax paper was the same. Wont be eating here again. Felt sick immediately after eating. I was told the lentil soup was gf but their understanding of gf is not celiac so for all i know those werent certified lentils.
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Below Average