I only ordered drinks here, but the staff seemed very knowledgeable about gluten. I get the vibe that the kitchen space is so small that it's probably prone to some cross contamination, but can't say for sure.
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I’ve had a mixed experience here. The scramlets tend to be safe, but the second I ordered something else (huevos rancheros), I was given a dish with a fried tortilla on top despite being very clear that I had celiac. After asking about the tortilla, I learned it’s from a shared fryer. I tried removing it and just eating the rest of the dish and got quite sick. Eat at your own risk.
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— Not Much
GF options limited to Scramlette’s and GF bread. Food was good despite small selection. Seems prone to cross contamination so not really safe for true Celiacs. Probably okay for those with sensitivities.
Sadly I had a reaction after eating here.
They were nice enough to make us gf French toast that was also dairy free (using almond milk) - we get sick of only being able to eat eggs for breakfast so this was amazing plus it tasted amazing. Can't speak to celiac level of preparation but for intolerance (and a strong intolerance to dairy) this was more than satisfactory. Will be back.
I spoke at length with the waitress about my severe gluten allergy (Celiac Disease), ordered a plate she recommended as being safe and she offered to alert the chef ("I'll put a mark on your order and they'll definitely make it super safe").
Luckily I was distracted and didn't start eating immediately when the food came, because after 2 minutes a manager came by and told me that the dish I had ordered was not, in fact, gluten free. So after all extensive precautions, I got a dish that would have made me sick for a week. They were knowledgeable about Celiac Disease, but clearly not careful.
When they replaced the dish with one that didn't have gluten, the poached egg was completely cooked through and the plate was rather bland. And they didn't even offer so much as a free cup of tea to make up for their mistake. :-/.
Food is okay for the price. Claim to have a gf menu, but very few options for a celiac.
We were told they could make sandwiches for our girls with Celiacs. They brought out, on gluten free bread, a sandwich that included breaded fried green tomatoes. Sort of a weird oversight.
they do an AMAZING gluten free tea service. My sister and I do tea together here twice a year. It's such a wonderful treat!
Longest food wait time in Boulder County with an indifferent staff. Really wanted to like this place, but when you wait 1.20 hours for an omlet........ Tried multiple times and the service is always bad.
bread us baked in house, it was VERY dense and not that tasty. They burned my burger and did nothing to make it right. I will not be going back.
Lots of gf choices, super friendly staff willing to accommodate my needs and answer countless questions. Their bread is good, but very dense like cake. Had a delicious gf cupcake for dessert.
While they don't have a dedicated facility, they make their gluten free bread in house, and it's amazing.