Gotten sick here a couple of times. They have gluten free toast but it's toasted in the same toaster as their regular bread.
The service and food were fantastic! I ordered the nachos & French toast. Our server was very knowledgeable and the manager even came out. Unfortunately, I am a very sensitive celiac and still got sick (obviously that’s the risk when eating out). I’d give a second if I’m in Lexington again- but stick to something naturally GF.
I love this place. The have so many gluten free options. I always eat here when we travel through Kentucky. The sandwiches are to die for and the pancakes are amazing. You better come hungry!!!
Great options. Need to be careful when ordering as some things can be cross contaminated easily (I.e toast) never had an issue with pancakes or French toast though.
Great experience. The server was knowledgeable and the menu is extensive. I had the best gluten free French toast ever made with Udi's bread! There isn't dedicated kitchen space, so keep that in mind. I'll be planning a stop by this place on my next trip through.
My favorite breakfast place! Love all the spicy breakfast dishes! The GF french toast is fabulous! Great fresh squeezed oj. No issues.
Not sure why people are dogging this place! Our food was excellent and the restaurant is darling. Service was great, too!
My son and I are very happy they have GF toast and sandwiches.
food was mediocre, ambiance was only plus. very eggy.
Please use extreme caution eating here! They have gf options but do not use seperate toasters for gf bread or do any other accommodations to avoid cross contamination. I ordered the breakfast nachos as it is the only thing on the menu that seemed to not create a huge cross contamination risk.
Great options but pricey.
This place has the best breakfast nachos!
While on a trip to Louisville, I saw the Wild Eggs on my app. It focused on breakfast meals and so I thought I'd try it out one morning I was in Louisville. The have a fairly good GF menu, but unfortunately, I didn't see pancakes on the menu. I ordered one of the omelets (shrimp with a Creole cream sauce. It came with GF toast. The food was good. The server knew how to process and handle my meal. I believe there was an extra $1 charge for the GF toast. My Celiac presents itself as blisters/sores in the mouth, which take 48-72 hours to appear after eating contaminated food. Within that time frame I experienced no problems. I'd definitely eat here on my next trip to Louisville. Beware that it closes in mid afternoon on weekdays and about an hour later on weekends. Parking along the street is limited; but there is parking in a pay lot next to the building, which if memory serves me was $3 for Wild Eggs) good for 2 hours. There's not many alternatives for GF food in the area.
They do have a gluten free menu, but the only options are the typical eggs, potatoes, and meats meals. Gf toast is available in white and wheat, and the food was good enough. But everything lacked seasoning and for a meal like this with nothing specially GF, I would rather spend money elsewhere. Just too mediocre for the money.
Had two amazing experiences here! They had a gluten free menu and the servers totally understood what I needed...confirming they even had a separate toaster for their gluten free bread. I had the Surfer Girl one morning and the Jimmy the Greek another morning. Great portions. Never felt sick. Would do back again.
Gluten free pancakes and all things bread. They have a GF menu, but is incomplete. It doesn't list pancakes or French toast. The pancakes are 8" diameter and over 1/2" thick, and come in no less than three for adults. Asking for a box upon food arrival strongly recommended. Also recommend arriving early. The place is super popular, so there is normally a wait later in the morning (9am is what the staff say).
I've been eating breakfast here for some time but just recently got hooked on the lunch items. The chicken salad sandwich is phenomenal as well as the BLT with avocado. The chips and fries are not in dedicated frier so you have skillet potatoes as the side option - or I get a fried egg. I make sure to request the bread toasted separately when ordering from the GF menu, otherwise I don't think it's noted. The GF bread is great too, by the way.