I was able to eat gluten free vegetarian breakfast just dont get toast they dont have a toaster for gluten free. Very good real food!
I am celiac and ate here recently. They don't have a gluten free menu, but they are knowledgeable about gluten. The choices are limited, but you can get a good meal if you're careful. I had a tenderloin medallion salad. It was quite large, had a number of fresh vegetables with a large amount of tasty, tender beef. It also included feta cheese, dried cranberries, and pecans. I enjoyed it very much, was able to take enough home for lunch the next day. Best of all -- I didn't get sick! UPDATE (9/16/2019): I have eaten here many times now, trying different things, and never gotten sick. Try the chicken and feta sandwich with no bread. Comes like a salad -- delicious! Or try the Alaskan Cod tacos; comes with soup (vegetable) and salad. Always ask for a house made dressing.
Nice place with good food that I definitely recommend if you aren’t celiac or sensitive.. but I got glutened with a simple Cobb salad and a dressing that was supposed to be gluten free.
No gluten free menu but were able to accommodate for celiac daughter. They have gluten free bread but do use a toaster that would cause cross contamination. My daughter had French toast out of the gluten free bread. They also have eggs and bacon which would have worked as well.
Not very many options. “Tortillas to substitute”
Ate here for dinner. No GF menu but waitress was knowledgeable and even knew vegan and dairy free options to modify order. I had the grilled salmon (which was delicious) with veggies and fries. Not sure if they had a dedicated fryer for fries but I didn't seem to have a reaction but I'm only gluten sensitive. Not a whole lot of options but if you want grilled fish, it's a pretty safe choice.
I'm non celiac gluten intolerant. Average food in a city with limited food choices for GF. No GF dinner choices; their idea of GF is to offer to grill any meat normally breaded. I got the grilled fish taco (corn tortilla) salad with v&o and veggie soup. Went back for breakfast and got GF toast with my eggs and potatoes. Not sure what caused the reaction but it's two days later and I still have diarrhea.
No GF menu. Has GF bread for upcharge. I ate a salad which was ok. It was large but nothing spectacular. Only GF salad dressing is oil & vinegar. I asked for lemon slices. Husband enjoyed his non-GF SW chicken sandwich a lot. Came with a big side salad option.
I ate at The Good Harvest Cafe twice during the two days I spent in Crescent City: wonderful food! They have excellent gluten-free bread and the staff is friendly. They didn't have gluten-free deserts.
Decent for someone who chooses gluten free as a dietary option, but NOT for Celiac. Fries are cooked with chicken (fish separate). Cross contamination is a concern. Kind of pricey. But lots of options for someone that is not allergic or Celiac.
They do carry GF bread for sandwiches which was pretty good, but they do not have a seperate cook space/pans/fryer. Overall they are very friendly, but just not knowledgeable about celiac. My wife enjoyed her non-GF food.
They are extremely friendly. They have gluten free bread for all the sandwiches and the fries are gluten free. Place is extremely busy with a very nice atmosphere. Ate lunch and dinner there. Make sure to get a reservation for dinner and ask to sit in the lounge upstairs, even with kids. Without a reservation you could be waiting for 30 min or more for dinner.
Best gluten free sandwich I've ever had. And that's an 8 year timeline. Can't wait to go back.
Great food, good price and they were accommodating and pretty knowledgeable about gluten. Be sure to specify your severity ie gluten free bread but it's toasted on the same grill as regular. I opted for the grilled corn tortillas.
No gluten-free menu, but the servers are aware of gluten. It is the only place in Crescent City that I found to accommodate to Celiacs. They cater more to fad dieters, so be sure to explain Celiac and what exactly needs to be done to keep you safe (ask them to clean the grill or use a different pan).
They have gf bread and understand gluten free options for you. They don't have a specific menu so you have to ask for what you want to be made gf
Good food & the prices were right. Carol was very helpful in explaining what was gluten free on menu. My only complaint is no gluten free specific menu.
No gluten free menu that I could tell, but I had the huevos rancheros with no problem. They were amazing! There are a couple of options that appear to be gluten free for lunch and dinner as well. Nothing made specially gluten free though.