The staff was very attentive . They have a dedicated grill and the pancakes were very tasty!
My boy got really sick after eating here. It was super busy with multiple Christmas parties and even though we spoke to manager and all about avoiding cross contamination my son got stomache ache soon after. I would not recommend coming here if you are highly allergic. Also FYI their pancakes even though can be gluten free are not dairy free because Mix has dairy in it.
My gluten-loving friend swears that their GF pancakes are better than normal ones! Staff is trained for celiac/allergies. I recommend the banana pancakes, the apple waffle, and the potatoes - but not at the same time, because they give you huge portions.
Excellent breakfast options. Family/owners are celiac. They do have regular wheat items but all GF are cooked separately. They know how to avoid cross-contamination. Our first time was Bearkats with our local Celiac Awareness Group so that should tell you something. Again food is always very good. Limited hours open though.
Great place for breakfast or lunch! Yummy pancakes and crepes. Love the blueberry pancakes. Staff is knowledgable and accommodating.
Had a great experience here with my 4yo daughter who has Celiacs. The staff answered all my questions and I felt confident eating here. Also best gluten free pancakes I have tried yet.
Staff was TERRIBLE. Completely lied to me and continued to screw up my order. Gave me extra food after messing my order up, and then expected us to pay for their mistakes. Menu for gluten free sucks as well, but surprisingly the food was decent so if you’re lookin for bad service and mediocre food, this is the place.
Awesome breakfast. Really hard to find a safe breakfast place but this is it. All GF orders come out on a special plate. All GF orders are made in separate prep area and grill. Blueberry pancakes are great. Will be a regular here.
Used to love this place! Have eaten here so many times, but today may have been my last. I went to the Wells Fargo championship after here and that was a huge mistake because I was SO sick and absolutely humiliated in front of so many people. Projectile vomit all over myself. Ruined the day for me and my hubby. BE CAREFUL eating here.
Went here while visiting California, after looking at many different places to eat I found The Original Pancake House and it seemed the best for celiac. I had the gluten free chocolate chip pancake and it was very well made and I could not tell if it was gluten free or not. The staff were all very kind and accommodating, they listened carefully and understood the precautions needed for celiac. I would recommend this restaurant but as always make sure to let the staff know if you have an allergy as they take it seriously. I didn't not feel ill afterwards.
If you are Celiac, this is not a safe location to eat at. All cooking is done in the same equipment as the gluten items. No separate space or dedicated waffle iron. Yes they have a gluten free menu but that's because they have ingredients that are gluten free but that's all. Major risk of cross contamination and getting sick.
I had high expectations reading the reviews before coming here but was very disappointed. I explained to the waitress that I have celiac disease and they need to use new pans and utensils etc. I ordered eggs, sausage links and hash browns and confirmed with her they were all gluten free. It came out on a normal white plate (pretty sure their GF food comes out on colored plates). I was hesitant but starving so I ate it nonetheless (obviously should’ve followed my gut and been more careful). My receipt did not have an allergy alert or anything so I know she didn’t tell the kitchen. Well I definitely got glutened as I’ve been in the bathroom since. Very disappointed with the service. I will be calling tomorrow when they open back up to let their manager know and hope this doesn’t happen again. Also they don’t have a separate GF menu so it is very confusing to know what is GF and what isn’t, the only thing labeled as available as GF is their pancakes, waffles, and crepes and not the naturally GF things like eggs, potatoes etc. I really hope they get a separate GF menu to make it more clear for those of us with celiac disease and uncertain about their menu.
Have “gluten friendly” pancakes that are the fluffiest encountered. They have only one kitchen so cross-contamination risks.
One star: No GF pancakes or crepes like other locations. Good breakfast food, just no GF specialties.
Unknown if the pancakes have their own grill
Very knowledgeable management and staff. This particular location has separate waffle irons and prep for the GF products and GF items will be served on different-color plates. Check with managers for egg dishes and specials - they’re happy to help. I eat here almost weekly and never have problems. :)
Awesome! How have I lived in St Louis this long and never been here! Plenty of gluten free choice and very knowledgeable about allergens !
I used to frequent this place years ago before I acquired a severe gluten sensitivity. Back then, it was a great place. It’s gone down hill drastically. I recently went there with my family. My niece, mother, and I all ordered the gluten free pancakes. Surprisingly, we all got sick. The place was dirty and cross contamination was clearly unavoidable for them. Beware and be careful!
I had the most awesome experience here !! I ordered the blueberry gluten free waffle and I asked my server if the waffle was prepared with the other waffles. he stated that he wasn't sure and that he was going to ask therefore he came back and told me that they clean the waffle maker before making gluten free waffles. My suggestion is that you and sure you tell your server that you would like the waffle maker cleaned. the store manager Misty was so amazing she came out and spoke with us she wanted me to check the ingredient to ensure that I was able to eat the gluten-free waffle because of my other allergies that I have. she brought out the ingredients to the waffles to share with me and I was so excited that I was able to eat them. The only thing I wasn't able to eat was any of the syrup they are not a hundred percent Maple and because of other allergies I have as well I was not willing to try out an experiment unless it was a hundred percent maple. Next time I am just bringing my own syrup. I have to say I'm extremely excited to be able to eat breakfast somewhere that is gluten free friendly and it helps to have the staff be understanding and educated. although my server wasn't sure he didn't blow me off he went and checked. I wish we had a Misty at every restaurant that I went to!!! there are plenty of gluten-free choices on their menu !!!
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Only select locations have gluten free pancakes available. The locations found here have announced they are serving them.