After dreaming about opening her own restaurant and local meeting place, Marilyn Besner, a veteran baker and cook, opened WildFlour four years ago. Her dream continues to evolve. This month WildFlour added a new fence, giving the outdoor eating area some privacy. The new beautifully landscaped path leads diners from the rear parking area to the newly renovated wrap around porch. There is also a handicap access elevator.
In addition to outdoor dining, WildFlour has a main dining room that seats 20 people. The upstairs rooms can be reserved for small groups. “We will make you feel welcome,” enthuses Marilyn.
Marilyn enjoys creating new recipes, such as her almond croissant. She is busy getting ready for the upcoming Jewish holidays. Customers can pre-order knishes, challah bread, and honey cake — all gluten free (of course). With at least 24 hours advanced notice, they can make gluten free cakes for any special occasion. There are also pre-made cakes available for purchase for last minute dessert emergencies.
“Many people are still discovering us,” adds Marilyn. People learn about her through word of mouth and the Find Me Gluten Free app. Others discover her delectable creations through the Princeton Farmers Market, located next to the Princeton Public Library on Thursday afternoons; as well as the Sunday Market at 31st and Main Street by the TCNJ campus in Ewing.
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Food: Very good
Service: Efficient, caring
Cuisine: Haute gluten-free vegetarian crepes, sandwiches, salads, dosas, omelettes.
Ambience: Pleasant home-style charm with a capital C.
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