They say they have gluten free pancakes but there cooked on the same surface as there regular pancakes, so you can’t really call them gf.. If you have celiac like me all you can have are bacon, eggs and fruit. So this place isn’t the best celiac friendly pancake place. ☹️
The 40th street restaurant.....I went there this morning and got the gluten free pancakes. I asked the girl if the syrup aaa gluten free as well and said "I don't think so. I don't know what gluten is though". After I told her I'm allergic and absolutely can't have it, she went into the back to ask someone. She came out two seconds later and said "it's gluten free"... so I ate my pancakes, left the restaurant and as soon as I got in the car I was sick. I don't know what it was, either the pancakes or the syrup. Make sure you double check before you eat there.
my family has been here twice-- once off season, once on. they were very attentive and eager to accommodate to my sister with celiac. she's had the gluten free pancakes twice, each time with no later difficulties, and the first time, the waitress even recommended the gluten free pancake mix they used! will come again.
They have a separate GF pancake menu. It was a treat to order GF pancakes out. I had fresh blueberry pancakes. They were very good. The restaurant reminded me of eating out at the shore as a kid. A good find.
Gluten free pancakes, eggs, and potatoes. The waitress was super knowledgeable and double checked anything she wasn’t 100% positive about. She even made sure to tell me the butter for the pancakes was scooped with a new scoop out of a new butter container (which I didn’t even ask them to do). The food was really great!
Delicious gf pancakes. No separate cook top. My husband and son have celiac and i am gluten sensative. No one was sick after eating there and everyone enjoyed their meal. They offer gf toast but no separate toaster available. The line was long on a Sunday morning but it moved quickly.
If I could give it 1/2 a star, I would...and that would only be because the waitress (who has a family member with Celiac) said that if you have Celiac, don't eat anything that is cooked. I had hot tea and a fruit cup. She opened a new can of fruit and used a new spoon for me. No protection from cross contamination. GF waffles are made on same waffle iron as regular. GF pancakes are made on same griddle as reg pancakes. Not sure why they bother. They are just feeding into fad dieters and making it worse for those with medical issues. UGH!
Ordered from a gf menu and my daughter who's gf absolutely loved her gf pancakes. She asked how sensitive we were because the grill wasn't wiped off when they made our food. The waitress mixed up the order and put my gf toast on my husband's plate but no harm/no foul. The service was excellent. We'd absolutely go again. My new favorite place in wildwood!
The gf menu has waffles on it, but the server informed me that they were cooked on the same waffle iron as the non-gf waffles. I knew I could not take that chance, so ordered the pancakes and was told the grill is cleaned between batches. The gluten free pancakes were very good, but there is a disclaimer on everything stating that the kitchen is used to make reg pancake batter and that the grill (not griddle) is not separate, so I was skeptical to try the grilled items since I get a severe reaction. I appreciate that restaurants are trying to accommodate a gluten free diet, but if it is not Celiac safe, I wish they would make that more clear from the start because it is a bit disappointing and confusing. They offer gf bread and rolls.