OMG, the chocolate pecan cookies. Oh my god!! And the pretzels...and the freaking everything here. So delicious!
Side note: this is a home-based business for now, so don't be confused by the residential neighborhood. I drove past it a couple of times, but it's so worth the search.
Two thumbs up for this gem. Most everything on the menu is GF. Most items are single servings (order 1 taco for 2.50) great for people who want to try a bit of everything on the menu. Their mojitos are great too!
Visited Oak and Almond with several friends who eat there regularly. Gluten free and vegetarian are denoted on the menu. Everyone at the table ordered the lamb chops, and I now know why. So delicious!
Oak and Almond has a neat vibe and is a no-brainier for gluten free eaters.
A nice little surprise in Norwalk. I have a gluten free everything bagel with cream cheese. The bagel was soft and held together pretty well. Definitely a treat to find a decent gluten free bagel outside of the city!
Not horrible, but nothing special. Definitely could have made a better pizza at home. Yes, it is nice having gluten free pizza, but in my opinion this wasn't worth the $ nor the carbs. I'd rather drive into the city and have good gluten free pizza.
This isn't the type of place where I normally eat (very healthy), but I'm glad I tried it. I had quite a few options and had the nachos. Yes, I could eat the chips! They were healthier nachos and tasted better than many regular nachos I've tried!
I went here for breakfast on a Sunday (get there early to avoid a wait), and it was amazing. The cinnamon roll pancake was delicious and not too sweet. I got the meat lover's omelet and it was perfect for me- lots of filling, little egg. The gf food is made in a separate space. It's a cute little restaurant that's definitely worth the stop.
This was the first bakery where I could eat anything I wanted in a year! And the food is delicious! I had some cookies, muffins, and cupcakes- all perfect and "normal" taste and texture. The best part was the loaf of bread. It was the best gf bread I've had. Even when it wasn't warm, it beat out everything else toasted. I wish I lived closer because I would buy that bread multiple times a week!
I am a very sensitive Celiac and when I called ahead to see how they handled gluten free orders, I was impressed at their thoroughly described protocol. When we visited to actually eat there, I was also impressed. They're very careful, they understand cross-contamination and they take very seriously any "allergy" orders. I wasn't going to write a review until I knew how I reacted, but I didn't even get a hint of sickness from contamination or anything. This will probably be our family's go-to gluten free pizza option!
No longer a GF menu but the bar tender (I ate at the bar) seemed knowledgeable. He gave me a "don't worry about it, I'll take care of you" which of course makes me worry about it. He did however seem to understand about cross contamination.
Use your own judgement. The food tasted very good but I don't have strong reactions so can't comment confidently on how celiac friendly they are.
We eat here all the time and the food and service is great. I get the California Ranch Chicken Sandwich on a GF bun with GF fries. One daughter gets a Bacon Cheeseburger on a GF bun with GF fries. The other daughter gets GF potato skins, GF chicken wings, and/or a GF bun by itself with butter. Everything we've eaten there is great! GF food comes out on a blue and white checked piece of paper, so you can feel confident it actually is GF.