Great place, owner (very nice) and staff very pleasant, helpful and accommodating even making me something not on the menu. Prices were good, but well worth visiting for celiacs as well as norms. Wife and kids loved their meals!
Great little restaurant with lots of delicious GF options for breakfast and lunch. The back room is full of comfortable arm chairs, a great pace to chat with a friend or read the newspaper.
The owners of the Perfect Blend also own a cake shop next door (aptly named Bake Me a Cake Next Door) where you can get GF cakes in lots of flavors and sizes -- from carrot cupcakes to many-tiered chocolate wedding cakes.
We are an entirely gluten free family of 4. Knowledgeable owner, delicious food, kid-friendly. We had Salmon Teriyaki, Chicken Breast Teriyaki, Mongolian Beef (3 out of 5 stars heat), and Orange Chicken made with REAL orange juice. Finally, a reason to eat Teriyaki again!
2115 Jefferson Park Ave, Charlottesville, VA 22903
Really good. The gluten free crust is really good and they take time to cook it all the way through. Lots of options with pasta, pizza, and appetizers! Fun atmosphere!! Just be sure to let the staff know you have an allergy so they are super diligent about keeping your stuff separated from your party's other food.
A fantastic place to eat GF. The chef's specials have all been fantastic when I've eaten here. Almost everything is GF. I still want to try the sandwiches on fried plantains (on the menu) - I think that would be be wonderful.
5955 Kingstowne Towne Center, Alexandria, VA 22315
The didn't really know what I was talking about. The lady who served me said she wasn't allowed to leave her station but the other lady's didn't want to change there gloves. I will admit I went at a very busy time. Half way through someone told one of the other lady's to man the first spot so the line started moving again. Up until then all four lady's just stood back and let the First Lady work. The cash register lady told the other lady where to find the in contaminated items. At the end she asked what I was allergic to and I told her the flour tortillas. She said OH! Now I get it, we have never had someone ask us to do this before. She then apologized. Over all it was ok and I was able to eat my food feeling safe. I felt bad I went at such a busy time.
The three states was because there was a lot of eye rolling in the beginning, I think now it was not because of me but the other lady's not helping her but I asked her to stop because I was already uncomfortable.