Best Gf waffles I’ve ever had. Although, they don’t have many options that are not cross contaminated. They have Gf French toast but they can’t do it in a separate kitchen space. But if you want waffles it’s the place to go!
Best GF waffles I’ve ever had!
— Separate gluten-free menu
They told me everything is prepared on shared griddle, can't use separate pan.
I got sick after eating here. They told me everything is cooked on shared surfaces, but told me they could make an omelet in a separate pan. They said the potatoes were cooked on a dedicated grill. Obviously not all true. They were super friendly and helpful, but it wasn’t enough.
delicious and the staff is super nice. they know about cc just ask. super chill vibe super awesome coffee too and good place to just meet friends and hang
Very good GF foods, including pancakes, French toast and to-die-for waffles! Does not taste GF! Very good service.
French toast, pancakes, the best waffles ever!
Egg sandwich was so good! Dedicated gf kitchen and Pete, my SD checked everything I ate and no CC:)
Very friendly to gluten and dairy allergies. Gf/df French toast rocks! Lots of choices here.
Wanted to try the "amazing" French toast " but was told it was made on a shared grill so couldn't try the "amazing" French toast
Great menu, mostly GF, if not then they provide GF options. My husband with celiac dz loves their food.
Love Walnut Cafe! Their GF menu is impressive and their GF French toast is AMAZING.
I would NOT recommend this restaurant to someone with Celiac. They use the same cooking surfaces, toaster, and utensils for GF and non-GF food even though their menu has items labeled “gluten free”. The only thing besides drinks that they could guarantee was safe for me to eat was fresh fruit.
Only the fruit was truly GF
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I'm not GF, and I've eaten here many times. The food is good "diner" food. Not fancy, but filling and tasty. However, my daughter is Celiac, and I tried to take her here. They basically turned us away. The hostess and another person, maybe a manager, said they can't prepare GF pancakes without cross contamination. I asked if they could make them in a skillet instead of on the grill, and they said no, they stick, it doesn't work. We left with the impression they really didn't want to serve us and weren't willing to try to find something my kid could eat.
Pretty good but be sure to ask questions. For example, they have GF waffles but they aren't Cooked separately. The GF pancakes are. Let them know it's an allergy. I had banana walnut pancakes and they were huge and fluffy!