Was here two years ago, place was fairly full, staff either seemed bored or busy. Asked about wheat free and gluten free, was somewhat brushed off but finally came back and said the pancakes were both gluten and wheat free. They said at the time what it was made of, but I've since forgotten. The pancakes were absolutely swimming in some sort of fake maple syrup that they claimed was maple syrup. It was so sickeningly sweet that I could barely taste the pancakes or the fruit and generally hated the dish. It was not maple syrup. I am Canadian. I don't know what it was, maybe a thinned out corn syrup or something but it was bad. Took us forever to pay, despite the line of people at the door. We figured the location was what made it popular, because it wasn't the food or the service. We won't go back.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Below Average
Called but nobody answered phone. Went there- only to have them tell us they are out of gf pancake batter. Really? How hard is it to whip up pancake batter? Don’t you buy the mix/flour in bulk? Never going back.
Glutenfree Brunch with pancakes, cakes and Sandwiches. Better to call before and ask if available!