No gluten free pancakes. Out of gluten free bread. Service was bad. Food was edible... That's about it. Not very great experience overall. Should have taken note of the fact that nobody was in there. Go somewhere else...
Allergen list is available online, and they can do a bowl or a lettuce wrap, both without bread. This app indicated they have gluten free bread from Local Oven. I called this location (downtown Dallas), and they do not have GF bread.
Great breakfast menu. We shared an omelet and had more than enough to eat. So nice to have gf toast with my breakfast. Staff was knowledgeable and helpful. Chocolate gf cookie to go was good, too. Wish we were in Santa Fe log enough to try lunch and dinner.
I've noticed their menu's GF labeling is not consistent (my husbands menu disagreed with mine). The staff is confused about gluten, but at least aware and willing to accommodate. I was upset that the corn tortilla chips were not gluten free.
I got sick, but I'm guessing it was the El Centro Margarita that I reacted to. Don't drink the margaritas :(
This is hands-down one of my favorite places to eat ever. (I've lived in four different cities.) I can walk in and talk to the staff without feeling uncomfortable or nervous, and they have tons of options. I can go out with friends without being nervous that I'll get sick, and I can eat real food without it being a big deal. And, as a plus, many of their delicious desserts are gluten free! I can't say enough praises about this place.
20 Below was an amazing addition to downtown Plattsburgh! The staff there is very knowledgable about cross contamination, and they prepare gf options at a totally different station. They even sometimes have gf desserts and ice cream cones. I stop there whenever I'm in town.
I visit Popovers whenever I want to treat myself! They're always super transparent about how they prepare the gluten free options, and their deserts are to die for. I'm really sensitive to cross-contamination, and they've never hit me. Definitely a go-to for me when I want to feel like a regular person going out.
Was so very pleased with my nutritious and tasty dinner at Smor. Traveen and his staff were knowledgable and really helpful, and the food was fantastic. Make sure you try the GF cinnamon scroll as well, they are delicious!!
I've been coming to this restaurant for about 6 months now. I get sick RIGHT AWAY if I have even the smallest trace of Gluten so I was very excited to try a place where there is no wheat flour in the restaurant. All the other places I've been to in LA have wheat flour in the kitchen and even though they make an effort to accommodate we "GF-ers" it's about a 50/50 proposition as to getting sick or not when I eat at those places and the options are always very limited. At The Addiction I can have EVERYTHING and not worry about being ill afterward. I have explored their entire menu, have loved every dish I've been served, and have never gotten sick. I really can't say enough about how great this place is if you are GF or not. The food is simply fantastic. I discovered their brunch a few months back and have been there every week since...Homemade GF pancakes, chicken and waffles, blueberry muffins...all delicious. While the food here is incredible the one thing I take away with me every time I go is the feeling of reuniting with my humanity. I now have a place I can go where I feel as I did 15 years ago before I was diagnosed as Celiac. I had almost forgotten what that feels like...to be able to walk into a restaurant and be treated like everyone else, to have NO restrictions as to what I can order, to not feel like a kook or a freak, and to not have that nagging concern I may get sick. For this alone I'm eternally grateful for The Addiction Bistro. When you add in the quality of the food and the friendly staff...well...it almost brings me to tears.
Wonderful dinner there Oct 2015. Entire menu is marked for gluten free, vegan, vegetarian. Loads of options for everyone (almost all is gf) and the food is amazing! Asparagus fritters with a chickpea batter and a fantastic carrot-coconut chutney was the highlight. Extremely attentive staff and the setting/building is gorgeous. Even a view of the Washington Monument! My first Indian meal since going gluten free and I did miss having it with beer but a recommended Indian wine (Sula Shiraz) was a very nice substitute. None of my dishes were super spicy...I really would need a gf beer with vindaloo so maybe they'll add gluten free beer in the future! One warning: someone other than my server brought a complimentary bread dish of some kind and it did contain gluten. After he learned I was having a gluten free meal he brought papadum instead. Yay!