Went to their CBD location. Waitress barely acknowledged me when I said I was celiac and highly sensitive to gluten. Felt very uncomfortable with my food and didn’t eat my salad. I highly doubt any cross contamination measures were taken. Was going to take my salad home for my daughters to eat, and when the waitress brought the carry out container, she put the wood tablet with the invoice inside the carry out box. Disgusting. Awful experience.
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Very knowledgeable and confident about the gluten free options.
Super friendly knowledgeable staff
In town for a conference, this place beat the heck out of hotel food. Really solid GF crepes and omelette a.
Excellent! They have omelettes, salads, and buckwheat crepes. Their grits were also amazing, as was the orange mint sweet tea
Staff was friendly and helpful! I was able to eat a turkey crepe and the creamy grits. Food was fantastic. I would definitely eat here again.
Staff was knowledgeable. Chia pudding, crepes, omelettes were the options. A small place with a nice atmosphere. I would return.
We went two mornings in a row, the food was delicious! The staff were friendly and knowledgeable. We will go back....the omelette and crepe were wonderful. No issues after so I feel they are celiac friendly. We went to the new location in the business district.
Coffee & service is outstanding! Very accommodating for GF options. Really good omelets.
I would not consider this a gluten free restaurant. They have a couple gluten free items, mostly salad.
not Celiac friendly. They cook everything the grill. chance for x contamination is likely. They were very honest with me about it. I didnt eat there. But I appreciated their honesty.
not safe Cross Contamination. few options. i wont eat here
This was a fantastic little place located right across the street from the conference center! The staff is knowledgeable about gluten free, and there are a few options on their menu specifically marked GF. I enjoyed the buckwheat crepe, with turkey and eggs in it. It was delicious!
Not a lot of options but the breakfast crepes were good ( I had both the turkey and the crab). The crepes were buckwheat and we good. Service is good as well but they charge 5$ for an orange juice so you might as well spring for the mimosa for $6.50.
There were chunks of bread in the bottom of my quinoa salad...
Pleasantly surprised. Not that extensive of a menu but everything gluten free was clearly indicated. Tasty options.