Small food menu. Huge gf cider menu. Most items are gf or they can modify to be gf. Waitstaff seemed well informed on celiac (said owner is celiac, so they’re aware of what they need to do to keep things safe). Food was good. Did not get sick!
It took me ages to visit this place and now I will definitely be coming back! The server was knowledgeable about celiac and made sure my food was safe. There is no dedicated kitchen space, but there is a dedicated fryer. Lots of safe gf options! Plus the cider is amazing!
This is our #1 most frequent spot for a sip and a nibble, and we go weekly. They’ve never made me sick (I’m very sensitive), staff are warm, welcoming and knowledgeable. If you order a cheese plate, they’ll replace the bread with apples, and keep the bread on a separate plate for any gluten-eaters at your table. And with 20ish ciders on tap, and more in bottles, there’s always something new and interesting to sip. Do not miss the chips with the black garlic aioli - addictive!
We went for the cider and stayed for the food. While nothing on their menu is labeled GF the wait staff was very helpful. He went through the entire menu and pointed out the GF options, there were many. They have a dedicated GF fryer for the fries and the fish is battered with rice flour. He also said that they had a dedicated space to prepare GF food. We had the fries and cheese plate. The cheese plate they provided apple slices and the baguette was served seperately for my husband. The cider list was outstanding. I highly recommend the Thistly Cross from Scotland. I also waited a day to post a review to make sure I had no symptoms.