The server said there is a risk for cross contamination in the kitchen. They use the same waffle maker for GF waffles and I was told that GF pancakes are not cooked separately from other pancakes. They do have GF bread.
Had a good experience. Kids had GF pancakes and we had a GF cinnamon roll and GF bread. They have a dedicated space for cooking GG food.
Tons of menu options and everything is clearly indicated. The staff was also very knowledgeable and helpful!
I have celiac and have eaten at two locations of The Delectable Egg. One near 16th Street Mall and one on Market Street. Both times were excellent. I had a gf Belgian waffle the first time and today I had gf blueberry pancakes!! No issues at all.
Staff was nice and helpful but my silverware wasn’t washed and had food on it still.. I went because I was excited they had gf waffles and pancakes but was told they were out of both after walking there. Nice place, bit disappointed.
Great breakfast, GF is built into the main menu. Lots of options!
I always order a skillet or something similar without any bread as they toast it all in the same toaster. I worry they would cook the GF pancakes on the same surface as the regular so those are a no go - been here about 6 times with no issue. Just stick to the bacon and eggs ...
We went to the Greenwood Village location. The gf waffles were excellent. Lots of gf options. Don’t know about cross contamination. Very friendly. They are slightly slow, but, if you have the time for a leisurely breakfast, well worth it.
Scrambled eggs were cold. Did not even look appetizing, bacon hard, cold and crusty. Belgin waffle cold and fluffy. Second time dining there. Not a pleasant experience either time. How hard is it to cook?
I went twice with friends that are gf not celiac. I got sick the first time. Went back and the server told me the toast is done in same toaster as gluten filled. I asked the first time and was told they take great care. The second time I told the owner I'm gf,df and asked what I could have. He said water. Never again.
I have only eaten here once. I recommend that gluten free customers forgo looking at the menu and just concentrate on the individual sides as this is the only gluten free food they have. Disappointing that they don't have gluten free options for the meals they offer but my meal was good and satisfying. The gluten free toast was over the top good. The place is very small so be prepared to wait a long time on a busy morning. But it is worth the wait.
A delicious experience. Waitress was very knowledgeable about Celiac. No dedicated GF menu but items are marked on menu and they are able to make many items GF. We will coming back before our vacation is over.
Lots of GF selections. Pancakes, waffles, bread, French toast and choice of wheat or corn tortillas. Good strawberries on my waffle and I had whipped cream instead of syrup. Potatoes did not seem fresh and waffle not crisp or I would give it 5 stars.
This restaurant is definitely not Celiac friendly. They were very nice about it but honest that they couldn't guarantee no cross contamination. That was clear in that they use shared griddles.
They don't have a gluten free menu but you don't need one here because the staff is very knowledgable. They have an amazing GF bread with a dedicated GF toaster. They also have pancakes and waffles. Those are made on the shared grills, but they make it well-known. It was a great meal for both GF me and my non-GF husband!