Lovely New England diner with a wide variety of gluten free options, and an owner who knows cross-contact is serious. I remain leery of any kitchen that must mix gluten-containing flour on the premises. But other than that (rather serious) concern, Tea Kettle is simply wicked ace. From French toast to pancakes, breakfast meats and both novel and traditional breakfast plates, this spot is always a good gluten free stop. You can't beat Old Saybrook either, or the ambience.
The food is great and I love the atmosphere here, but every time I have eaten here I have been glutened, even sticking to the same meal “gf” marked meal of poached eggs each time. Maybe okay for those of you who are "gluten intolerant", true celiacs err on the side of caution.