I tested my meal on my Nima sensor and came back no gluten found. This is the only time I have tested their food but have gotten breakfast from there many times and always feel ok. I got an omelet with veggies cheese and gluten free toast. I asked them to not toast the bread in the same toaster as the other bread and she said they could put it safely in the oven. However I do get nervous because they do not have a dedicated kitchen at all. So I would just be careful and be specific when ordering.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
I used to go there often but, when I received my diagnosis I decided not anymore. They do not have a dedicated area for preparing gluten free foods. They don’t even have a separate toaster for us. Cross contamination can cause me to have a seizure. It’s not worth it to me.
— Not at all
— Separate gluten-free menu
— Not Much/None
— Below Average
Definitely NOT celiac friendly...they have a “gluten sensitive” menu AND they make sure to say that they “do NOT have gluten free items due to possible cross contamination.” We ordered the gf blueberry pancakes, huevos rancheros, and a breakfast skillet off of the gluten sensitive menu. Also, we did NOT get the gf toast since the menu said it is toasted in the same toaster as other bread. However, just before the end of our meal, my husband was in their bathroom with “Black Death”...liquified guts coming out both ends. 🤮 This experience of eating at this restaurant has ruined our day since we now need to stay very close to a bathroom. CELIACS BEWARE!
The breakfast here was INCREDIBLE. They have a gluten friendly menu and do their best to prevent cross-contamination. Their toast is toasted in a shared toaster though. I had the GVP omelette with hash browns, and it came with the choice of GF toast or GF chocolate or blueberry muffin. I went with the GF blueberry muffin and was phenomenal. The coffee was delicious. My boyfriend and I split the GF pancakes and they were out of this world. I was incredibly impressed. Well worth the 15 minute drive from the strip and the 20 minute Sunday morning brunch time wait. I’ll definitely be back. Plus, they’re running a special right now where if you download their app, you save 20% on your check.
Great food, no gf drama, just simply order and enjoy.
Food was pretty good, I got a veggie skillet with a side of fruit instead of the GF toast (they are pretty up front about their shared toaster and kitchen space). As another review mentioned, the veggies were sort of weirdly half cooked. I didn’t mind for the most part, but I probably wouldn’t have gotten onions in my skillet if I had known they’d basically be raw. Service was quick and the staff was nice, although I’m always a little peeved when I order from a GF menu but the server doesn’t specifically put “gluten allergy” on the order (part of the reason I always ask for a receipt!).
Huge GF breakfast menu! The build a skillet was excellent and the GF toast was very good!
I have literally no idea why everyone isn't raving about this place. They do a huge gluten free menu and there are masses of choices. We were in Vegas for a week and went 4 times. I'd go there every day if they had any in the UK!
I thought their food was very mediocre. I got the GF BYO skillet and they didn’t even sauté the veggies I had added in. Kind of disappointed. I feel like there are much better GF options in Vegas for the price you pay for the food.
Gluten free menu easily visible on their website, gluten free bread available, lots of warnings about shared gluten facility so may not be celiac-proof, very good American diner style breakfast
We substituted pancakes for GF pancakes in the kids meal and the kids loved it. I had low fat scrambled eggs , with tomatoes instead of hashbrowns and GF toast. It was great for my gluten allergic and my gluten sensitive children. it was a little expensive though, that is why I gave it 4 stars.
went here twice during my vacation it was so good! one of the biggest selections for gluten free I've seen including breakfast and lunch. they have GF bread for toast or sandwiches. Food was delicious and I didn't get sick at all (I have celiac) wish I lived here so I could go here again!
This location has a separate gluten free toaster. I eat here all the time when I am in the area and I have never gotten sick!
Does not have gluten free, just gluten sensitive. I ordered gluten free pancakes. They tasted good but I did get sick. My husband ordered eggs bacon and pancakes. He said tasted bland boxed food. He said Just go to Denny's it is cheaper.
I'm gluten and meat free by choice. GF pancakes were wonderful! GF toast option also good. Good omelet selection.
Separate gluten free menu with lots of options including gluten free pancakes! Had gluten free veggie scramble with hash browns and toast.
Very accommodating! I spoke to the manager about my allergy and she happily rang in my order with special precautions (washing hands, cleaning the griddle, etc).
Get the pancakes! We stop here every time we come to Vegas
Ask for a gluten-free menu. They have a good selection of ciliac free options and are welling to accommodate. I will definitely choose them again for breakfast or lunch.
Great GF place. I explained to the manager my issues with Celiac and my concern with cross contamination she was very knowledgable everything was perfect. I enjoyed my greek omelette with hash browns. Beware they do not have a dedicated toaster for the GF bread!
GREAT!!!!!! Best breakfast around!!!!
Have gluten free pancakes and you can get w/add ins like choc chips etc but you pay up charge 4 add ins and gf flour. They also have gf bread including hamburger buns and english muffins.
Gluten free Pancakes are worth the short drive from the strip! Prices are very reasonable and the place has a great friendly vibe.
gluten free pancakes tasted good but I forgot to ask if they are cooked on separate or cleaned surface from other foods. my husband (doesn't have celiac disease) said it was good.
I had gluten free pancakes but still got glutened.
The food was excellent. Just plain wonderful-hot, fresh and perfectly prepared. The coffee was some of the best I've had in a while. However, we waited at least 10 minutes for service. Once the waitress got here, the service was efficient. I will be coming back.
I get sick every time I eat at this location. Don't have that issue at the others.
Great gluten free choices. Food was excellent
The pancakes here are great! Very light and fluffy. But at the top of the menu it says "gluten sensitive" not "gluten free." So just be aware.
The best GF pancakes I have ever had!! The staff was friendly and knowledgeable : ) Located a ways off the strip but with it!!!
Delicious!!! I got some eggs, seasoned potatoes and GF blueberry pancakes. Probably some of the absolute BEST GF pancakes I've ever had! It's a TON of food for the price, too. Not sure if I'll get sick or not since I just finished eating, but taste/quality definitely deserves 5 stars!
GF pancakes are yum! Had to add a dash of salt but great texture!
Cute little place in N Las Vegas in a strip mall. I had 2 large GF blueberry pancakes. Extensive GF menu. Very good
One of my favorite breakfasts of my trip. Had gluten free pancakes, added the blueberries...yum! Bacon and eggs were good, too.
This place is so good. Good menu options.
Yum! It was worth the drive off the strip. I ate here for breakfast & lunch on my trip. Awesome selection of skillets, omelets, chili & even GF pancakes.
They have a gluten free variety menu. Good service and delicious food.
— Separate gluten-free menu
A superb restaurant for breakfast. There are so many varieties of items to select from all with different features to them. Many many of the items are gluten free.
But I especially liked the fact that they offer gluten free toast!! They are very conscious about their preparation of all items needed to be gluten free and I was very happy with my meal and my options.
Became a "rewards" member right away as I'll definitely be back.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I got incredibly sick here a few years ago. I was with family from out of town. I asked all the right questions. They told me they understood it was a severe allergy and would take precautions with separate pans and utensils for my omelette. Within 30 minutes I was sick. I was very violently ill for 3 days. When my mom called the restaurant to complain the manager said they must have been very busy and someone made a mistake in the kitchen, using the same utensils. They offered me a free meal. Nope. Never going back. You can’t make a mistake with celiac.
I had gluten free pancakes and they were pretty good! Not the best I’ve had but better than nothing! The wait staff knew gluten free options and were friendly and patient with my questions. My only problem was that I had to look up a “gluten sensitive” menu online, none of the gluten free options were listed on the actual menu.