I was feeling a little paranoid after having accidentally glutened my visiting brother-in-law the previous evening, but fortunately for my reputation as hostess, Wildberry delivered. Our waitress seemed pretty knowledgeable and also had let us know that they do have a toaster that they use exclusively for gluten-free breadstuffs, but he ultimately chickened out and didn't push his luck with the GF toast he had gotten with his super-meaty skillet. An absurdly large-portioned and enjoyable brunch was had by everyone involved.
Update: 9/22/19 was ordering pancakes and was told that skillets are the only thing they can guarantee gluten free. All pancakes are cooked on same grill and all toast is toasted in same toaster as regular bread. Server said that the risk of cross contamination was high.
I ordered the GF pancakes - they must have mixed up my order or something because I had a stomach ache for almost a week after eating my meal. I know- not wise to order GF in a pancake house but the reviews seemed promising. I guess I was just unlucky. On the bright side it tasted REALLY good.
Everything here was amazing. They can make almost everything gluten-free. They do use the same area but it is throughly washed, and when I asked about it they said that some of their staff has celiac so I know they know what they’re doing.
Just ate at restaurant and they were clear before we ordered that they share the same equipment for waffles and pancakes between gluten free and gluten batters. There is guaranteed cross contamination. They are honest about this so it should be changed on this website to reflect the clear cross contamination.
We were told they were able to do gluten free pancakes and waffles but then when we were sat they said they were unable to clean the grill and then had no idea if the syrup was gluten free. The server wouldn't even check for us. This is definitely NOT celiac friendly and their lack concern for allergies makes me not recommend at all.
The waitress messed up several orders at the table. She then proceeded to use my fork to inspect another persons pancakes which contained a mushroom. There is no way I would take my celiac daughter to this place. The food was pedestrian at best and very expensive.
I had the cinnamon roll pancakes and some hash browns. I told the waitress I had an “allergy” and she gave me that speech every restaurant gives to avoid being sued (since we have gluten items we can’t guarantee blah blah blah) after reading the reviews on here I was pretty confident though and it all worked out well. I haven’t gotten sick and will definitely go back there soon.
Definitely worth the wait! There were so many gluten free choices!! The staff seemed knowledgeable and were very accommodating! The wait was 1.5 hours, but we were able to walk around millennium park while we waited. Once we sat down, the food was AMAZING!!! All in all, I highly recommend this place!
I had the 2 eggs with bacon and gf chocolate pancakes and they were AMAZING! It’s a bit pricey but definitely not the worst it could be sence the serving sizes are enough for a giant. If I could, I would’ve rates it 4.5 stars because my parents had slight mistakes in their order (ex: mixed fruits instead of just strawberries) but nothing to get too upset about. DON’T LET THE MENU FOOL YOU! You can get almost anything on the menu gluten free, not just waffles. I wish I could have one of these in my hometown, it’s so good!
This place is absolutely awesome. There's only one option for the GF pancakes so I went with it. Pancakes with mixed berries were very good, but not the best I've ever had. Their regular menu has GF items/options labeled. There was a 30 minute wait for a weekday, which is eh, but the atmosphere is great. Not too sure how celiac safe this place is but I'm a sensitive celiac and I did not get sick after eating 5 of their GF pancakes.
Lots of GF options that are indicated on the menu. I was apprehensive at first but the day was great! I ended up eating breakfast there 3 days out of my trip. I got a breakfast skillet, scrambled eggs, sausage links, hasbrowns, and GF pancakes. I'm not a pancake person, but they were delicious! They look like normal ones so don't be freaked out. :)
Pretty good. The menu has naturally gluten free foods marked- but you have to ask about pancakes. They do have a gluten free pancake batter that I wasn't really sure was gluten free it tasted so normal. I tried the Cinnabon pancakes gluten free. They were okay. Not enough cinnamon and frosting to really be like a Cinnabon (at least from how I remember them). Hope this helps. :)
This place is amazing! They have a wide selection. The menu illustrates a slim selection but if you talk to your server, a lot of things can be altered to be safe. The food is delicious and the service is wonderful! Be prepared to wait 1-2 hrs, but that's typical for good eats in Chicago anyway.
This place is amazing. You can expect a 1-2 hour wait on the weekends, but it's totally worth it. Each section of the menu that can come gluten free is indicated on the right. Only GF honey cakes are listed, but you can get the GF pancakes with any of the toppings. The Berry Bliss pancakes are absolutely amazing.