The staff was not understanding or considerate of gluten allergies. They mentioned that they were out of Udi’s bread and when my food was delivered there was regular wheat bread on the plate. After I mentioned this to the host and server they didn’t seem very concerned but then explained that they had the gluten free bread that they could see from where we are standing. So this was a very expensive breakfast for the risk. It seems cross contamination could be high.
Lots of GF breakfast options. Food is really good and staff is knowledgeable.
I would give this a higher rating had my server been a little more knowledgeable of what she was offering:/ I felt ok about ordering the pesto chicken quinoa bowl though because I didn’t have to substitute anything-it’s gluten free to begin with- so I ate it and it was delish! no after effects.
I used to feel safe eating here. The waitress said, we have been instructed to say we cannot guarantee your food will really be gluten free. We make no guarantees, ok? I said, "No, not ok. I can actually get a safe gluten free meal at Waffle House. They take care of me there." Her attitude makes me want to call management and explain how to keep a darn kitchen safe and how to tell your servers to speak to people to reassure them even if you can't "guarantee." Be specific if you go and talk to the manager.
Staff was very friendly about having to change to Gluten free options. Even though the allergen information says it's not Gluten free it's only because most dishes come with bread but is very easy to change to Gluten free bread. Menu says GF bread is Udi's.
Not friendly for celiac. The kitchen said they were not gluten free.
Not a separate gf menu. I’ve eaten here 3 times without incident...just told the server I had a gluten allergy. They are unable to toast the bread for celiac (shared toaster), so I’d skip the bread as it’s typical dry, bland gf bread when not toasted. The juices are very good (recommend the kale) and the millionaires bacon is sweet with a hint of spice. It’s not your typical greasy diner...I’d definitely recommend for fresh options! No gf pancakes or anything, but that’s to be expected and a rare treat when you find it out.
Has gluten free bread, but no way to toast it without contamination. The staff is always well meaning, but never fully knowledgeable. Even with plain sandwiches subbed with gf bread, I always manage to get a little sick. Eat at own risk.
Although they have a disclaimer that they don’t have a dedicated GF kitchen space, they have Power Bowls that are GF, and Udi’s GF bread for toast. They have frittatas also, and many healthful options. I didn’t give them five stars because they should have a separate GF menu.
I was so excited to eat here after all the positive comments from others. Our waiter was fantastic and even put mine and my sons order on a separate ticket clearly labeled with allergy. I know Celiac is not an allergy. However when our order came out with regular bread. The waitress that brought it out whisked it back to kitchen. It was back out wit Audi’s bread, but clearly the same omelette. I let our waiter know that it was not a safe practice for Celiacs. He apologized but no visit from the manager and still paying full price left a sour taste in my mouth. I hope we don’t get sick. 😢
Often does not have GF bread available and when they do, it is stale. One waitress was very insistent that eggs are dairy. I was served butter with bread crumbs in it. Very disappointed since they have a great menu and advertise being allergy friendly.
I’ve eaten here multiple times now and have not gotten sick. The staff was pretty knowledgeable and double checked things like sides when asked. They have breakfast bowls and regular breakfast items. They do have gluten free bread but they don’t have a separate toaster. Overall a pretty good experience.
Amazing breakfast! I was able to address my concerns about Celiac and they understood. I was also able to substitute bread for Udi’s GF toast! Which made me feel like I wasn’t missing out. Loved it and will go back!!
I just called them today and only thing they offer is Udi's gluten free buns to make sandwiches with and salad. Lame! Because their menu items look delicious & would be so easy to go buy a few bags of gluten free pancake & waffle mix available at almost any store.
Does not have a separate gluten free menu, but our server Trisha was GF and sat down and went over every item on the menu that is gluten free. She said all of their ingredients are all contained separately to prevent cross contamination. They have a separate toaster for GF bread. Any egg dishes/omelettes/frittata on the menu can be made GF simply by not ordering the English muffin that normal comes with. She also said everyone is very cautious when it comes to food allergies and will wash hands, change gloves, clean equipment, etc. I was super impressed and Trisha was an amazing server!
Limited gluten free options but my waitress was knowledgeable about menu suggestions for no cross contamination. She asked if I was celiac and was also training a new waitress to do the same. The staff is well trained for gluten free/celiac friendly meals. Also, gluten free bread was available for NO EXTRA CHARGE!
Wonderful food, great service, and no problems accommodating dietary needs. Tip: Don’t eat the GF bread if you’re celiac, as it’s toasted alongside the regular bread. Other than that, this is a very Celiac friendly place to eat!
Went to First Watch for breakfast. I ordered the country skillet. Asked our waitress of potatoes are GF. She went and asked and said yes they were. No reactions. The s was my second visit. After telling my waitress I am allergic, she checked w the chef each time. First time ordered the ham and gruyere omelette. No reactions. Def will return.
My server was very accommodating and answered all my questions (I didn’t have too many as I already had specific dishes in mind). They have gluten free bread that is stored apart from the regular bread but all the bread is placed into the same toaster. (This is the reason for 4/5 stars instead of 5/5) I substituted my bread for fruit with my hash dish. Excellent food, did not get sick and felt confidence in the wait staff to properly accommodate me.
Ate here at my family’s choice. The server was politely informed me that cross contamination was possible for all menu items. I ordered the item the server deemed safest - quinoa kale bowl. Still got sick from cross contamination. Server was not helpful in providing accommodations.
The host told me they do not have a gluten free menu when requested then said, “we don’t really do that.” Our waitress told me she was unable to provide me any information. I requested she ask the chef and she came back out and said the chef recommended I order what I would guess to be gluten free. One of my worst eating out experiences.