They have GF bakery items and a good GF menu. They are knowledgeable. I’m not too sensitive but feel safe
They offer gf crustless quiche & a few gf bakery items. I ordered the quiche Lorraine from their gf menu, it came with a side of fresh fruit and the pastry of the day which was a cinnamon roll. The quiche is like all others, nothing extraordinary, the cinnamon roll was wonderful, my daughter tried it & said she would have never guessed it was gf. I bought a loaf of pumpkin bread & another cinnamon roll from the bakery on our way out, the bread is very dry. The staff was very kind & helpful, I gave them 4 stars because the food runner brought be regular quiche, I had to wait a bit for my server to take it back & get me gf quiche, when it arrived the fruit was not with it, gad to ask for that to go. We were there 1hr & 40min, only spent 10 min waiting for a table - the servers have too many tables which makes it painfully slow.
Have tried a couple times since diagnosis with iffy results, and will not be back now. Was assured by staff that even though they do offer several GF bakery items, and can make options on the menu GF, their restaurant is absolutely NOT Celiac-safe. Everything is prepared in the same kitchen space with the same pots, pans, tools, etc, so cross-contamination is pretty much guaranteed.
I’ve eaten here multiple times. Was frustrated one time when they were out of most GF bread options (it was an evening on a busy Sunday though). So maybe cal ahead to be sure. I’ve ordered multiple catering and to-go orders and had no issues. The good catering food was the Düsseldorf casserole with eggs, GF pecan sticky buns (AMAZING!), GF strawberry wedding cake (also amazing!), GF choc cake (good, but very sweet and rich). Their GF version of a English muffin was ok alone toasted. Might try it again as a sandwich.
I have had good experiences. They have a gf menu.
I asked about the prepackaged cinnamon rolls and he said they make them in the same area and there could be cross contamination. I put it back and didn’t get anything, I didn’t feel confident in that answer, but I’m glad he told me.
Wonderful!!! Yummy.... Gluten Free Menu I am still sitting at the table..
At first, hesitant in going to an establishment named “wheatfields” but GF items were separated and individually wrapped. They had 2 kinds of cookies, 2 kinds of breads and pretty looking pecan rolls. In the refrigerated section they had a few GF brownies - huge serving within individual containers.
Separate gluten free menu, has note about possible cross contamination. Large amount of choices available with a rotating menu of GF pastries available.
I have had there GF cake several times. You won't believe it is gluten free. The best.
The baked goods are amazing, but there is not a gluten free menu for meals. :( They had gluten free cinnamon rolls, pies, zebra brownies, caramel pecan rolls, and banana nut bread when I went on a Sunday. The sizes and prices are the same for GF and regular, which is unheard of!!! If they were to make a gluten free menu, they would get 5 stars.
GF caramel rolls are amazing. Eating in, they warm it up to a perfect temperature, while keeping it soft. Plus, you can buy some at the bakery to take home. What's odd is that a cup of milk cost more than the actual roll
They have an amazing gluten free strawberry cake. There pecan rolls are also delicious.
My only experience is with purchasing the gluten free bakery items which are all labeled appropriately. They are really delicious (I've had the pecan roll, cinnamon bun and banana bread). Outside of those items and coffee I've never actually eaten anything but a salad and coffee so I can't speak to the waitstaff/kitchens knowledge of their menu. But I LOVE the cinnamon roll and that is totally worth making a trip for one to eat there and a few to take home!
They offer gluten free cinnamon rolls...but I would be cautious when eating them. Staff is not helpful in navigating the gluten free options beyond the rolls.