Food was okay, but immediately tirned pink and itchy and began feeling sick after eating here. Menu says gf but plant burgers are not gf and appear to use wheat flour which could be the issue (maybe cross contamination or flour dust). Im
Delicious lunch bowls!
Gluten, soy, dairy, onion, garlic free me met my vegetarian cousin here. There was something for each of us. I had salmon and jasmine rice, which were good, and cashew cheesecake which was fantastic. We were able to park for free around the corner after 6 on a weekday.
Been there twice, both times tried their supposedly GF bowls, both tune walked away with massive stomach ache.
Great salads for celiacs.
tasty food.staff seemed understanding of cross contamination.menu clearly shows what is gf.didnt get sick, ate here twice.if u have celiac avoid the cakes and cookies etc though.they are stored on plates next to and underneath regular baked goods so cross contamination would be bad.
A favorite as it has both GF and vegetarian. Great location.
fresh, delicious, and kinda crowded.
Awesome that everything is clearly labeled on the menu. So many tasty things, wide variety of hearty salads and dressings..also noticed they sometimes offer gf cookies and stuff but have never tried them. A little expensive but mostly all organic. Faves: fiery broccoli, quinoa bowl, chicken salad, Dino kale salad and beet salad
Great place to grab brunch. Lots of healthy and organic options. GF items are marked clearly on the menu.
Loved the gf huevos rancheros. Also tried a bite of an omelet with goat cheese which was delicious.
Pricey but tasty and healthy.
Usually grab some to go items before heading on a flight. No issues. Although the staff seems like they could care less.
Have the green curry w chicken every time I fly from terminal 2, and the protein smoothie. Not a ton of options in this terminal so this is my go to. There are blueberry muffins that look good but I have never tried them- they seem to change gloves w each customer. I am a sensitive celiac with no issues.
They offer gluten free food but I had server check with the kitchen and the only option that they could say was safe from cross contamination was the salad. I did enjoy the salad which was enough for 2. The smoothie was really good but pricey.
Great to see gluten free options! However, the two staffers we spoke to had absolutely no clue what "gluten free" means. We asked one worker if they had any GF options, and she pointed at the sprouted wheat bagel. Seriously. We asked another worker what was in the granola and got a blank look, followed by, "Granola." There are GF pastries and cookies (yay!) on the same shelf as wheat-based pastries and cookies (boo).
So, we had zero confidence in them. But there are options if you're willing to gamble.
The GF options at our visit were: smoothies (probably GF); teriyaki bowl (who knows); Thai curry bowl (probably ok); and salads. Not much for a picky kid. :(