I came here because they have a ton of gluten free beer and food. The food is vegan and vegetarian friendly along with the gluten-free. They also have juices, teas, and smoothies.
It surpassed my expectations. The service was great. The server was good with French and English. He was very knowledgeable about the gluten-free situation and answered my questions.
I had beet falafel, and my husband at a ciabatta sandwich (the Lola) . My falafel came on a bed of lettuce and were so delicious. The food was fresh and pure. Real food is special these days. We also got lentil soup. Hot damn that was good soup.
There were a surprising number of gluten-free beers to choose from. I drank a Brunehaut trippel and Leireken Pils. The Brunehaut was Great. The Leireken as very good. I'd call that a win.
The ambience is relaxed ND casual. There seem to be a lot of regulars along side of bewildered tourists. I was a little bewildered after having gone to a gluten free Italian place 45 minutes away. The woman shuffled us out and turned the closed sign. I'm so glad she did. Sister's is awesome. (that happens to us often, actually)