Oatmeal pancake was yummy. Not amazing but pretty good I’d say. They had a gluten free menu that had a good amount of options. Atmosphere and staff were very nice. It does have busy hours just a heads up.
Not GF per say.... eggs, potatoes and bacon. So far so good. Nice atmopshohere. Pleasant staff. Only 3 cause they are NOT GF.... they offer, but it's at your own risk.
The very first time I discovered their gluten friendly oatmeal pancake, I figured I’d give it a try. I was also there to use my free birthday meal keep in mind. It comes out and I was very skeptical. It came with the wrong fruit sauce and no fruit cup. I had figured they had just messed up a bit. About halfway through eating, I finally said something to my waiter. He went back into the kitchen and came back within what felt like a few seconds. THEY HAD BROUGHT ME A GLUTENED UP PANCAKE! I was very upset and I said something to the manger. She gave me that meal for free and they never messed up like that again. Just be very cautious when you order this menu item.
Great breakfasts. Not a whole lot of variety but they do a great job with avoiding cross contamination and their skillets are excellent. I have very sensitive celiac disease and my husband and I eat here often. Never been sick here.
This place changed their name to “The Nook”. They do not have a dedicated kitchen so it may not be safe for celiacs. I am not celiac, just gluten sensitive & I didn’t have a problem. The food was fresh & delicious! I had a garden frittata with salad. Instead of an English muffin, you can have either fruit or tomatoes.
This restaurant does not have a gf menu or items marked. The servers were not very knowledgeable either. That said, I had a decent western omelette with home fries and did not get sick. Inside the restaurant is pretty run down but the outside seating was lovely. Service was absolutely awful.
This place is great! They have a separate GF menu and have marked GF items on the regular menu. The staff is very helpful and friendly about allergies. I highly recommend the oatmeal pancakes. They are served with fruit, so it taste like an oatmeal fruit muffin. I’m not a big breakfast person and this place helped fix that feeling.
The staff was super helpful, the menu says they can’t guarantee no cross contamination but they will do everything they can to prevent it. We’ve eaten here twice with no adverse reactions!
Very disappointed They don’t have gluten free toast or buns or bagels Their equipment shared so not celiac safe All they have on their menu are egg choices and salads which are gluten free anyways
The pancakes are cooked on the same space as the regular, so are NOT GF. They have no separate pans, only a large grill surface. They have only 1 toaster, so cannot have GF toast. I had a no-cheese omelet and GF bread on the side, since the omelette are all cooked on a particular side of the grill. The waitress was nice and knowledgeable. This place is GF for a tiny amount of the menu..
This place is excellent. GF menu, omelets, skillets, etc. Menu has oatmeal pancakes but I haven't tried those. I had the Vera Cruz Chicken and Avocado Omelette with ranch potatoes, all delicious! Spinach Bacon Mushroom Omelette is also good.
I had the Spinach Bacon Mushroom Omelette with ranch potatoes and fruit, which was all delicious. Was hopping but not too crowded on a Sunday morning. Staff was excellent. Get Taylor if you can!
The food here is amazing! I had an omelette with fresh spinach, huge chunks of delicious mushrooms, bacon, cheese, and hollandaise sauce. It was the best omelette I’ve ever eaten. Side was potatoes with fresh herbs. They had a delicious gf toast also. It’s not celiac guaranteed, but they went out of their way to toast bread in a separate toaster. They seem very careful. I hope to come back when we get to the area.
The staff was very friendly. I asked them to clean the grill for the pancakes and they were more than willing. They changed their gloves and picked the fruit from the back. I am extremely sensitive and had no reaction!
They offer a “gluten-friendly” menu, which has few options, but all of the options are delicious and filling. I highly recommend the Oatmeal Pancake. It is massive and so good! The staff is friendly and helpful as well.
There are some really good options on the “gluten-friendly” menu and everything tastes fine. I’ve gotten just a little bit sick after every time I’ve eaten here.
They have one gluten friendly pancake option. They warned me that cross contact was very possible and I got sick from eating a salad with no dressing. This is not a safe place to eat, even though my dining party all enjoyed their food.
Waitress was clueless about gluten allergy. They do have a GF menu, but it is unclear why some items aren’t on it and she wasn’t able to explain this. My stomach was upset after eating here so I️ assume there is cross contamination in the back. I️ ordered an avocado ham scramble with fruit and potatoes. My husband had the corned beef and it was pretty gross - actually the 1st time he didn’t like a meal from this restaurant. No ill effects for him though.
This diner is fine but for the same price you could have the fresh, classy food of Over Easy. I have Celiac Disease and while this place is gluten friendly and do their best to prevent cross contamination, the only options that would work for celiacs are those that are in a separate skillet. The oatmeal pancakes are made from gluten free oats but they are only willing to cook them on the griddle which is shared with gluten containing items. Also, the hollandaise sauce is not made fresh and does contain gluten. I ordered the corned beef hash without hollandaise sauce and the English muffin, with my eggs over easy and a side of dressed greens in place of the English muffin. The food was good but typical good diner food. The dressed greens were dressed with a lemon vinegarette made fresh onsite. I guess I should mention that we were not expecting a diner. My husband had been to an Egg and I in Alabama and raved about it. We didn't realize that it wasn't the same as that Egg and I in Alabama, which we should have been clued in by the use of the and sign in this Egg & I. My husband had the Athena Scramble which he said was good. Personally, we will probably be going to Over Easy, which we love, more than here but this is definitely a decent place and the staff seem knowledgeable despite claiming it's only celiac friendly.
They have a GF pancake. Looks like its a new item. Very delicious!
They have a "gluten friendly" menu and like most places it's not a huge menu. But the staff usually know about gluten and celiac and are very helpful when ordering. I've never gotten sick here.
The egg & I is a breakfast place that was just wonderful! They have 13 full options for unique breakfast combinations (thankfully you don't have to order al a carte). The eggs were cooked correctly and super hot. We tried two dishes and they both hit the spot! Even for lunch. The staff was extremely helpful coming to double and triple check with us that they were doing everything they needed. Ask for Michelle she is great!
I really had to coach and educate the waitress on what gluten was... They have a "gluten friendly" menu and she interpreted (and was told by her manager) that it was a guide for those who want to reduce calories. I informed her on what Celiac Disease was and what we can/cannot eat. I ordered the Garden Frittata with fruit and it was very tasty... I didn't get sick and I'll be back.
Friendly atmosphere and easy to read gf menu. Not a huge selection, but what they have is very tasty.
While they do have a "gluten friendly" menu, they don't guarantee that there is no cross contamination. The menu basically said everything to cover their butts. Just good to know if you have celiac and/or are very sensitive to gluten. I'd be cautious.