I do not have Celiac so I enjoyed the GF pizza crust. They also have GF desserts - I had a nice lemon cake. they just have one wood burning oven and I didn't ask if they take extra precautions, but based on the other 2 reviews I would avoid this if you have Celiac. Otherwise it's nice with a decent amount of options.
Very misleading. There is very few gluten free options here. And the waitress knew next to nothing about the menu items. They brought out my plate heaping with French fries which were not gluten free. Very disappointed. Though, I will admit, the burger was tasty and the gluten free bun is far better than some I've had.
I think Papa Razzi is great! Went here with my cousin and my sister (who is also celiac). My sister got GF pasta and I got a pizza. Both were really good - all of their GF stuff is homemade, which I really appreciate. The pizza was pretty big, especially for a GF pizza, and I had plenty left over. I got the quattro formaggio and loved it, some of the best GF pizza I've had. I would definitely come back.
All pizzas can technically be GF, but they only offer 4 that are guaranteed to be prepared safely/without cross contamination. The 4 flavors are really good though! CPK is definitely up there with the best GF pizza. They also have a few GF "small plates." Biggest downside is that there IS an additional charge for the GF pizza.
A little pricy, but worth it! I've been here twice now and both times have really enjoyed it. They take gluten free seriously, and it's very nice place with an extensive GF menu that changes seasonally. They also bring out GF bread before your meal, which was really nice!
Tavolino has a really great GF menu with a wide variety of options, including pasta and GF beer. I was most excited to try the pizza (of all of their many creative flavors, all but 2 can be done gluten free). I got Gorgonzola & Grape pizza, and my boyfriend (also celiac) got the House Special (bacon, spinach, walnuts, carmelized onions). Both of them were so good, and there are a bunch of other kinds of pizza that I can't wait to try. They also have a few GF dessert options, including creme brulee (!!), but sadly we were too full to try those.
I was SO excited to find out Town Spa did GF pizza and it did not disappoint. The pizza doesn't really look any different than the "normal" pizzas; it's pretty standard bar pizza, so nothing fancy, but still delicious if that's what you're in the mood for. The menu only lists "GF cheese" but you can also request additional toppings. I love that there is no additional charge for the GF crust. My waiter was very helpful, and they use separate plates and utensils when preparing the pizza. I've gotten sick from cross-contaminated pizza before, but I've been here twice and felt fine both times. Also, their super yummy honey mustard sauce is also GF!
1415 Boston-Providence Turnpike, Norwood, MA 02062
I'm a big Chipotle fan. In my opinion, Chipotle is the best GF "fast food" sort of chain. The food is great and very safe for people who can't eat gluten. Staff are willing to change gloves, and everything is GF except for the flour tortillas (for burritos). So tacos and burrito bowls of all kinds are completely safe!
This was my first breakfast experience since diagnosis 10+ years ago. The food and service were top notch. Our waitress was very attentive and understood my food allergy by informing me about how they handle cooking gf food and that they would be happy to cook it separately. I ordered gf blueberry pancakes and a 3 egg omelette with palenta. The food was excellent and well portioned. I would highly recomend anyone with gf allergies to eat here.
Applebee's does have a limited gluten free menu on their website, but their offerings are pretty disappointing. I went there for drinks and appetizers (not a meal, so can't comment on whether the GF meals are good) and couldn't get anything to eat because they don't have a separate fryer. No appetizers are safe, not even the chips and queso (because the chips are fried). I don't get the impression that they are allergy-friendly, especially because they list chips and queso and fries on their GF menu...but since these items are fried in a shared fryer, they aren't safe for anyone with more than a mild intolerance. I'd be hesitant to eat any of the food here.