This place was AMAZING! They specifically asked if I had an allergy and didn't make me feel guilty or uncomfortable at all. They changed the batter, cleaned the griddle, changed gloves and equipment, etc. I sat at the bar and could see into the kitchen - they did great! The bartender was awesome too. I ordered the French toast made with GF bread and carmelized bananas. It came out faster than I expected and it was delicious. No symptoms after. I'll be back for sure.
The pancakes were good, fluffy and large. I had gf avocado toast. They have the stick labels for gf food, and asked specifically if it was an allergy. I feel like they make a good effort, but hours later I find myself with a stomach ache. As a celiac, I would say be aware of a shared kitchen and shared surfaces. There is a chance it will effect those that are sensitive.
I wanted to like this place. But it fell short in multiple ways. I’m generally forgiving of that if I have a safe meal. However, while the blueberry pancakes were delicious (with the exception of a couple of bites tasting like body odor, what?!?), I’m not sure they were entirely safe as I felt some sickness after eating.
Never have I waited so long for breakfast . Was told 30-45 minute wait . We waited a little over an hour and then it literally took an hour and a half to get our food . 50 dollars a walk to the meter to put more money in and a cranky child later we left . Pancakes were good but if that is how the service always is I wont be going back.
This was my spot when I was in college. Fast forward 15 years, I'm in town visiting, and now I can't eat gluten or most grains. Their gluten free pancakes are delicious and also free of corn flour/starch. I don't know about preparation, but they did make sure to bring my food out separately from my husband's. Glad I came back!
Not great communication. Home fries are not GF apparently, nor are their corn tortillas, which was not communicated to me. They will make substitutions without telling you. Could have made what was served to me as a substitution at home for a lot less trouble.
amazing! breakfast is always an issue for celiac and this menu was huge. from pancakes to omlets to eggs benedict to blood marys! staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. if my waistline could handle it is would eat here everyday. didn't have lunch but again a huge menu and I would be comfortable eating here.
The staff is well aware of Celiac Disease, they have pans designated for gluten free cooking, and they are conscious of cross contamination in the kitchen. The manager came over after we ordered and explained their kitchen procedure. They do have Udi's gluten free toast, though I stuck with eggs and home made corned beef hash.
Fantastic meal! I had a New Hampshire's Finest scramble, which was eggs with goat cheese, asparagus, bacon, and scallions. It came with home fries and gluten free toast. (I don't eat toast, so I ordered it without) The chef came out and told me that he was using all new pans and had a non contaminated cooking area. The waitress was very attentive. Highly recommended!