Staff was great when I ordered asked if I had celiacs so they are knowledgeable. Had the waffles and it was delicious couldn’t tell they were GF!
GF waffle with berries was amazing! Wait staff was extremely knowledgeable. Items cooked on shared space.
Food was great, very fast. Ordered the gluten friendly omelette with a side of their GF berry pancakes on the side. The waitress was very clear that the items were not labeled gluten-free but rather “gluten friendly” so she did say to be careful. I have celiac disease but I don’t seem to be super sensitive to cross-contamination so I took a chance. If you are very sensitive, I wouldn’t advise.
THIS IS NOT A CELIAC FRIENDLY RESTAURANT.. THEIR STAFF IS SEVERELY UN INFORMED. I HAVE BEEN CONTAMINATED HERE MORE TIMES THAN I CAN COUNT BECAUSE I BELIEVED WHAT THEY TOLD ME. I FIND OUT TODAY I HAVE BEEN CONTAMINATED EVERY SINGLE TIME! STAY FAR FAR AWAY IF U HAVE ALLERGIES! SHAME ON THEM FOR MAKING CONSUMERS LIKE ME SICK😂
The staff was really friendly and the menu had a lot of GF options Iincluding waffles and pancakes! I has the waffle it was amazing and tasted just like a regular waffle! A little pricey but eating GF is usually pricey so it wasn’t unusual or extreme! 🥞
Great service excellent service. The GF pancakes are outstanding. As celiac I find eating out a challenge, and learn to accept that no restaurant is ideal
Not celiac. GF pancakes are amazing but are cooked on same grill as regular things. 100% risk of cross contamination.
We didn't actually eat here; when we arrived I spoke to the hostess who informed me that the gf pancakes were cooked on the same surface as everything else (and they likely wouldn't have time to cook them separately. We reviewed the menu and this isn't notated anywhere). She said that she did not recommend them for people with celiac and, because I really wanted pancakes, we decided to go to somewhere safer instead.
GF pancakes were great. Excellent place to eat.
My son has a wheat allergy and he was so pleased with his GF pancakes! A good portion of their menu is GF. Thank you!
omg....love this place....definitely a go to place for allergy friendly and yummy food....celiac and allergy friendly... I haven't eaten a pancake in years and the gluten free pancakes were to die for....:p
We loved the Gluten Free Honey Cakes. No syrup needed for sure! We had less than stellar service, but the food was good. IF our service was a bit better, would have given it 5 stars. We sat with our empty dishes on the table for over 15 minutes. The skillet breakfasts were large with enough for 2 people (but my husband managed to eat it all!).
The sausage links were large and the omelettes were also quite large. Hash browns were good (but needed hot sauce on the table instead of ketchup). I know a lot of people eat ketchup on their hash browns but I prefer hot sauce on mine and on my eggs.
The service was very slow when we went, but they were busy. The server walked by our table several times with her back to us and didn't pay much attention to the fact we could have used a refill. She was friendly, but didn't seem to be very good at table / customer management. Was walking back and forth an awful lot when she could have checked on her tables and then ran back to where ever. Took a long time to get our check and to then get our receipt back.
If you want to go some place where you can talk over your meal this place may be a bit difficult as it was very loud. The food was good, but the restaurant was extremely loud for a Friday morning at 10:00 am.
Honey cakes were amazing. Menu is clearly marked and staff seemed knowledgeable about gluten. Great experience, will definitely return!
Delicious honey cakes and they list what is gluten free right on their main menu.
Looks like other people have had bad experiences, but mine was good. Waitress had food allergies and was familiar with the kitchen. She told them about my celiac, told me not to get the pancakes (shared skillet). Tested the garden skillet with my Nima and it tested negative for gluten. Didn’t feel any symptoms either.
I am sure I have been given non-gluten fee pancakes before. They are terrible and remembering to mark take out food as gluten free so I have had to throw out food before because they couldn’t tell me wether or not what they gave me was really gluten free.
Staff was very knowledgeable and explained what was most likely to have cross contamination issues. They cleaned the griddle before making my daughter’s pancakes and she was in heaven. We were told to not old any toast as the same toaster is used for non-gf products.
The menu indicates many GF items none of which are actually safe for those with Celiac; however, that’s not explicitly indicated on their menu. Our waiter was thankfully forthright & advised us when I told him my daughter is Celiac. We promptly left to find a safe place to eat.