Remedy Cafe certainly has an identity crisis, but it really has lots of gluten free options so who cares. Remedy Cafe's identity crisis comes from the mix match of offerings available as they are considered an Indian Restaurant, but also have a large selection of tea's and coffee, is fully licensed, and a great bakery as well.
While peaking at all the great looking gluten free cakes, and cookies, we also noticed that Remedy has gluten free wraps available for it's customers. Amanda also remembers that her friends have had gluten free dosa's in the past as well.
They had gluten free cakes like flan almond cakes, flan berry cakes, chocolate peanut butter cheese cake and a whole assortment of cookies all made by Dandee Confections. They did have some oat cookies. We didn't ask if they were gluten free certified oats or not, but certainly something to ask for next time. Amanda tried a large gluten free cranberry almond cookie and the chocolate peanut butter cheese cake to go.
We both shared the cake at home and loved it. So tasty, and both the cheese cake portion and the gluten free chocolate cake portion were fantastic. At first I thought it was just a cheese cake made with no crust until I noticed that the chocolate was actually gluten free chocolate cake. The cookie was huge, only a $1 and was a nice soft cookie. Yum!
We went to the Remedy location on 109 st., but apparently they have a location on Jasper Ave. too. Gluten free options are marked in purple and clearly labelled! Give it a try!
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