Delicious! Everything is gluten free except for one sausage, and no sandwiches because the bread is not gluten free. The fries are in their own fryer. The staff was very knowledgeable and nice. I recommend this place if you are near Pikes Market.
I spoke with both the waitress & the woman preparing my food to go over the cross-contamination precautions I needed them to follow to keep me safe. They unfortunately did not follow these precautions as I got violently ill from being glutened 3 hours after eating there, which ruined the rest of my trip. The sausage & sauerkraut were delicious, but definitely not worth the risk of eating there. Probably would be fine taking the raw sausages home to cook yourself, but definitely not well-versed in how to follow basic cross-contamination protocols. Don't risk eating here if you're extremely sensitive to cross-contamination!
First things first..,almost everything is GF except beer and one of the sausages so chances of cross contamination are slim. All sides are GF including the delicious fries, the red cabbage, and the potato salad. I sampled 3 different sausages, the Apple, the bacon, and the spicy Italian. All great! Washed it all down with a refreshing hard cider. I will definitely return on my next visit to Seattle. Also, A+ for service! Love this spot!!!!
Located in the main building of Pike's Place Market, it may look like you can only buy sausage to take with you, but if you look to the left you will see a door. Duck inside and you will fi nd a small family-style restaurant. Here you can escape the crowds of the market and get a Bavarian-style meal that starts with of sausage made from natural ingredients and most are gluten-free. Add a side of sauerkraut and potato salad and you will