Had a 2 hour wait (limiting seating due to COVID did not help) but it was SO worth it. Had amazing gluten free French toast with sausages. Huge portions, gluten free options were labeled on the menu and the waitress answered any questions I had about how the food was prepared. Will be coming back.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Separate preparation area in the kitchen, gluten free food served first before rest of the meal. Staff have knowledge of celiac and allergy vs intolerance. Wait staff knows what menu items are safe for people with celiac disease.
All omelets, hash browns, corned beef hash, and bacon are GF. They offer a GF toast and French toast. The Cherry Jam is also GF. My 6 yr daughter with celiac loved the French toast with cherry jam.
They are doing an excellent job following COVID precautions- masks at all times unless seated at your table, tables spaced more than 6 feet apart with indoor and outdoor seating available. Hostess desk outside. Different entrance and exit doors. Texting wait system, so outdoor waiting area not crowded. All staff wearing masks properly fitted at all times over mouth and nose.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Excellent whitefish dinner, friendly and informed server. Recommend without hesitation!
Food was amazing! We went for breakfast and my 2 year old daughter (Celiac) had toast and eggs. The menu is not marked but they told me what my options were, they even said right away they they had a separate gf toaster and seperate pans for the eggs. They could also do hashbrowns and some meats gf as well. Lots of sandwiches you can do the gf bread with too. The cherry jam was so good as well.
The menu is not marked but the waitstaff is very knowledgeable about gf options. They have a separate area where they prep gf food and separate toasters for gf bread! Sadly the cherry stuffed French toast is not gf.
My husband is gluten free and we went here for dinner. There were several GF options & he really enjoyed his dinner.
The food was okay...not great, but the worst part was that they didn't seem to understand what to do at all other than suggest eggs and Udi's toast. My stars are for the atmosphere. It was one of those situations where you're flying blind with the menu. In the end, I had corn beef hash and gluten free toast and eggs.
Maybe it was just our server, but it was my least favorite Door County dining experience. She also advised against the gluten free bread because it "doesn't taste as good as the real stuff." I was trying to ask the basic questions to find out what to get, but it didn't work. I realize that many people don't understand Celiac, but Door County is a destination spot where I think people want to enjoy what they eat, instead of resorting to salad and eggs for every meal. I just felt they could have handled it better.
You can get gluten free French toast here...however you CANNOT get the cherry stuffed French toast gluten free. I was so disappointed by this :( maybe soon they will make it possible to get it GF since it is their famous dish. I ordered the regular gluten free French toast with hot chocolate and it was good.
Love the grilled chicken sald! have it dozens of times. Ask for Udis gf bread. They have a gluten friendly suggestions, just ask.
They now have gluten free bread and will even make Eggs Benedict with it. Delicious food, nice gluten friendly menu.