Well marked menu, I did not ask about separate kitchen facilities that would reduce CC. They use grocery store GF bread as replacement for regular menu sandwich options, and have some soups marked as GF, along with commercially packaged potato chips, and green salad.
I was driving through and in need of lunch so I pulled up the app to see what was around me. I was a bit dubious at first from outside the building but the cafe is very nice. The woman that took my order appeared knowledgeable and understanding of gluten-free. They offer gluten free bread or can make a sandwich into a salad. Their potato salad states gluten free. She indicated that care is taken to prepare food safely. It was quite good and I’ll be back.
I ordered to go and they were fast for the amount of people dinning in the restaurant. My sandwich was cold but the Bacon was warm. Gluten free sides are chips and potatoe salad (ask about the soup it can be gluten free sometimes) and it comes with an Andes mint :)
Great food. they are careful with preparation, but the servers aren't extremely knowledgeable about specific dishes....be sure to ask if you have other non-gluten sensitivities. they have great tasting gf bread for excellent sandwiches and some soups.
I have not actually eaten here, but I called one day to ask if they used separate condiments (ie: mayo, etc) for their gf sandwiches. I was told that they didn't, but that they could give me packets of condiments instead. I thought the packet option was nice, but they don't tell people about the shared condiments unless you specifically ask. I would hope that most people who are gf know to ask questions, but some people just trust when they are told something is gf. Personally, I think if you have gf offerings, you should make sure that you know about cross contamination issues. Their heart is inthe right place, I'm sure.