This was my favorite place to eat in Raleigh until I ate there yesterday; I was always delighted with the food and experience but yesterday I got super sick - even after telling the cashier that I have Celiac and having the kitchen remake my sandwich because it wasn't grilled on foil. Not sure if the management changed or new hires haven't been properly trained but I would caution people to be SUPER CAREFUL and annoyingly insistent because this isn't a completely safe choice for Celiacs anymore ☹️
Have eaten her once before and was fine. Today had a turkey sandwich with the gf honey buckwheat bread. Advised of Celiac and need to change gloves and prepare on clean surface. Not sure if cross contamination or the bread or the honey mustard but something definitely got me.
I know this place has great reviews but I got glutened here. I had my sandwich on a lettuce wrap and all I can think is that there was cross contamination of some kind. It was a pretty miserable reaction. If you choose to eat here I would definitely ask a manager to supervise your order.
person taking my order didnt seem super confident in what was gf and how things were made, but did confirm with cooks about whether or not i could have their fries. he also marked allergy on my ticket so they would know. overall pleased with their food- got a gf panini and chips
Great food, they handle gluten-free as an "allergy" but not worth the argument! Do say "yes" to it is an allergy and they seem to handle it fairly well...although without fail, there are packaged crackers on the tray if you get a salad or soup. A flag or label on the tray would be nice or even just a toothpick sign saying "gf" to let you know that each person handling your food was aware. Great gf breads and sometimes cookies or brownies.
Awesome place for breakfast. The provide imagine that GF breads for burgers and sandwiches. They also are good understanding of food allergies. Their food is great as well step up from a diner, never had a bad experience here.
They have some of the best gluten free bread you can get, and take cross contamination very seriously. You can even buy the bread in loaves (though a loaf is really pricey, I do treat myself to it occasionally).