The food was reasonably priced and very good. It was one of the least expensive meals we had over the last few days and very good. We had a good experience and they were careful in the kitchen, but we were forewarned by our server that everything is prepared together and they do their best. So since it's not technically dedicated areas there is that possibility. My son did not react from his meal but I also had him take a few Gluten-Eze with his meal, which I know some people don't buy into but we do it as a precaution when we are out because you just have no guarantee unless you go to a dedicated GF place. Our son had a Tuscan Chicken that was wonderful. The Tuscan chicken alone was plenty, but it came with two sides that were also the size of meals! The Notso omelette was very good too. The fruit cup was plentiful and the fruit was definitely fresh. The golden hash browns were very good. My NON potato eating son enjoyed them. I would have rated 5 star, but we sat for quite some time waiting for a refill. Then when our server was standing near our table surveying the room I tried to get her attention but no go. Then she started wiping down a table and I had to use her name a few times to get her attention to request the refills.
They offer gluten free bread (Udi’s) and gluten free pancakes as a sub for most of their breakfast items. Not sure if the bread is made in a separate toaster or not. I had the gluten free pancakes and they were delicious. Staff seemed knowledgeable about celiac and gluten allergies. They had a nice patio as well which made for a very good breakfast.
They have gluten free bread that tastes okay. I had fries with my sandwich and they assured me they were safe. I did not have a reaction afterwards, but am unsure if I would recommend the restaurant as celiac friendly. The waitress acted like I was being high maintenance. I’ve eaten at the downtown location before and felt safer there.
Offerings on the gluten free menu are not really gluten free. GF bread and waffles are prepared in the same toaster and waffle iron as items with gluten ect. When I asked the manager about safe gluten-free options, I was offered steamed vegetables or fruit.