They have a separate gluten-free menu.
There’s only a few things on the gluten-free menu and most of them are for breakfast.
Although those items are for an all day breakfast.
The best lunch option was the bacon lettuce and tomato sandwich. The crêpes looked pretty impressive too, as did the eggs benedict.
They don’t have a separate fryer but anything gluten-free is not done in the fryer anyway.
They did say that they are careful for coeliac’s when they cook, ensuring that the benches are cleared and wiped down.
And if they use any pans or cookers they put down baking paper or similar to separate the food from the surface.
The gluten-free BLT was a solid 4 out of 5 stars.
Yummy but maybe a relish dip or something could have topped it off.
This is a Cafe
Separate Gluten-Free Kitchen Space: No
Dedicated Fryer: No
Gluten Free Options: Gluten-Free Items Marked
Knowledgeable Staff: Yes
Sonja’s confidence regarding cross contamination?: Quite Confident
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