Love their gluten free ancient grain pancakes and bacon. Hubby likes the gluten free ones better than their regular ones even though he has no issues with gluten. 2X2X3 for me. Two eggs any way you like them, two strips of bacon and 3 gluten free pancakes.
Many Original Pancake House locations offer gluten free pancakes. Please speak to your server about taking the proper precautions to prevent cross contamination, if necessary.
Post script, I mentioned CC concerns on reviews to the manager. Regarding CC, manager said they have a catering grill they can use for the GF pancake, upon request. --- Trying for first time, asked about GF pancake. Waiter had ingredient list in his pocket, and offered us a sample. Very tasty, and along with tons of other menu options (eggs, meats, salads, etc...), plenty of choices for GF. Good quality is excellent and service great too. As others have noted, they don't have a dedicated grill. A small amount of cross contamination is tolerable for us. We will be back.
I have eaten at two separately owned OPH. The on in williamsville ny uses bob's red mill and you can have a large list to choose from. Also the one in plano, tx and all they have is ancient grains as their gluten free pancake. I have never had any problems after eating here.
I had the pigs in a blanket "pancakes with sauges" with a side of hashbrowns. I also had some of my wife's western omelet. Everything was very good. It was hard to believe the pancakes were GF, they were so good. When you order something GF it will come out on a colored plate. I will definitely come back again.
Hit or miss. I've been going for years and got sick and never went back. The staff tends to be irresponsible with making sure the chefs know the allergy is present. If you are sensitive, I wouldn't risk it but if you do be very clear the severity of the allergy
Just left here - Not the same as the Edina/Burnsville OPH's, they don't use the red plates to differentiate the GF from the regular stuff and their menu is quite a bit different. The waiter we had seemed pretty irritated by my questions since typically this has been a place I felt safe going to but Maple Grove location is a whole different thing apparently. Food wasn't as good as at other locations and time will tell whether I have a reaction or not....
Checked the app and found OPH here and in Yelp. They have a pretty good selection of pancakes and egg dishes that are gluten free. I had the thick cut bacon pancakes gf and my husband had regular chocolate chip pancakes. We're both enjoyed.
I visited this location for the first time but when I ordered my GF meal, cook came out to tell me that they can’t make any promises on cross-contamination. I appreciated the honesty but also confused because the other locations I have visited seemed pretty confident about this. He did tell me he would be as careful as possible. All was ok, but made me nervous.
I don’t know why this place has such good reviews. My gluten free pancakes were raw, and the “tropical syrup” was just orange peels in syrup. The service was terrible, and we had to wait fifty minutes for our food. Even then, they didn’t bring out half of our food until we were already done eating. Will not be returning.
We’ll be back! And they do “take out”! But for this app, I would not have considered going here for GF food, since it certainly doesn’t sound safe. It is safe! Server explained GF is clearly marked on the menu (& it’s almost everything!) and is served on yellow plates - always make sure that happens. For naturally GF food like eggs, make sure to tell the server you need it prepared GF & celiac safe. My omelette was huge & fluffy (more like a round egg bake, not thin & folded over) & I took 1/2 home. It came with 3 full sized GF pancakes which were delicious. My son gobbled up the GF chocolate chip pancakes, a staple he hasn’t been able to have since pre-diagnosis. It’s sweetened, whipped cream made it perfect for him. He also had the chicken chipotle crepe & was impressed at how good it was, & it was spicy, not bland. Non-celiac daughter raved about her raspberry French toast. Receipt properly showed what needed to be GF, and it was affordable! Like I said - we’ll be back. They were only serving the “breakfast menu” this Sunday. I’m curious what their lunch menu has on it.
Gluten free pancakes served on a separate plate. everything is made naturally. good friendly service . pancakes sold separately but can be part of a package with eggs sausage bacon. save a few $$$
No gluten free menu. When I asked, hostess said pancakes could be made with Gluten Free batter but might be contaminated; I took a pass on pancakes. We ordered a Greek Omelette and an aged White Cheddar omelette with hash browns. Both omelettes were extremely over cooked and barely edible. When I asked our server if this was their normal preparation, she said “we’ve been really busy and maybe the griddle was too hot”. No offer to adjust bill or replacement Omelettes. We were on a tight schedule, so we just paid and left. These were the worst omelettes I have ever eaten in any restaurant. Take your business elsewhere.
Asked waitress if their GF pancakes were cooked in a separate area & she said, "Not necessarily." Not impressed with that & I am a very sensitive celiac so pancakes here weren't an option for me. Omelets & potatoes were delicious though!
GF pancakes and crepes! All GF items marked on menu. GF meal is ALWAYS served on a colored plate, while others come on white. I have eaten here several times now and have been safe every time. As a super sensitive Celiac, this means a lot to me.
So many options on their breakfast menu. Very knowledgeable and friendly staff. My food came out on a special red plate indicating allergy/gluten free order. I had the pumpkin pancakes and my daughters had the chocolate chip pancakes. Both were delicious and I have had no sensitive celiac issues!
Our server, Radion, went above and beyond to help ensure that my food was GF friendly. Very caring and encouraging young man! They let me know that the food isn’t gluten FREE but is gluten free FRIENDLY. Ample GF menu. We came twice.
GF food is prepared on the same grill as the regular food and there are no extra precautions in the kitchen. On gheir website they make it seem like you could realy eat gluten free pancakes here, but that is clearly not the case. I wouldn’t even be sure about something like the egg dishes they serve.
Staff was accommodating on making my meal GF while saving us $ on combos because my wife is not GF. Pancakes seem to be the only GF special item and they are delicious! Typically get the eggs, sausage, grits, & GF pancakes and have no gluten sensitivity to any of those items.