3333 Connecticut Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20008
Pretty limited gf menu and their sushi wasn't labeled (minus one star for that). I just picked a few rolls that looked like the would be safe. The do have gf soy sauce. I shared the California roll with real crab, the tuna and avocado roll, and salmon skin roll with no reactions. I'm not celiac but I'm pretty sensitive. Everything was delicious and I was thankful for the attentive staff that kept my water glass full on a hot day!
I agree with the previous review. The cross contamination is an issue. They not only use the same ladles, but actually spread the sauce with it. They staff were not at all receptive to questions and were boarder line hateful. I DO NOT recommend to anyone because of the poor service and lack of GF knowledge.
Love finding dedicate GF spots in my neighborhood! They offer a fairly expansive menu and everything is fair game for me, which is rare. I'm a huge fan of their English muffins, and I can even take home a half-dozen frozen ones! Delish.
I was excited about the new GF pizza at Pizza Hut so we eagerly went after spending a day at the Grand Canyon. The menu depicts the GF seal so I was optimistic. I was very disappointed when the pizza arrived on an old pizza slab with crumbs. Talked to the manager and the kitchen who had no measures in place to avoid cross contamination and prepared everything on the same prep area as regular pizza and were not aware that they should.
have the best selection of gluten free groceries in mobile. if you don't have a budget, it's a great place to grab some groceries.. if you're on a budget, don't even bother going in. whole foods is going to give them a run for their money.
The restaurant tried very hard to accommodate our wheat and soy allergy. They were very concerned but unfortunately the allergy information was out of date (2013) and they had since changed to soy oil rather than canola rendering all info pretty useless. They also did not have a dedicated gluten free menu but did have gluten free options.
This location should definitely be removed. I remembered eating here when I lived in Chicago in my gluten-full days. Saw on their website that they seemed to offer GF pizza. Called to see about a takeout order, and was told that their other locations offer GF pizza, but that this original location does not. Or something like that. The guy I spoke with seemed annoyed by my question, and was likely busy, so I didn't want to ask him to elaborate. Not sure if I missed this info on their website, and/or they need to make it more obvious.