No GF marked options, but all curries are safe. Love that they have brown rice that can be swapped for white rice and that their lunch special allows me to have a curry, rice, and tom yum soup (also safe) for around $7.
More info on my blog: http://www.eatingoutwithout.com/2014/11/sea-thai-restaurant-review.html
Whenever I'm in the JAX area a stop at Tommy's is a must-do. Love that they feature "Tommy's tomato pie" that naturally comes without cheese (as I am dairy-free as well) and that care is taken to ensure that the pizzas really are gluten-free. The crusts come from Still Riding Pizza Co. and are big enough to feed 1-2 people easily.
See my full review on my blog: http://www.eatingoutwithout.com/2014/11/tommys-brick-oven-pizza-review.html
First time I have had Chinese food at a restaurant since I was diagnosed almost 5 years ago. So nice to be able to safely have Chinese food! I am a super sensitive celiac and I did not get sick. Cute diner-style atmosphere for low key dinners. :)
1321 East Commercial Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334
In 14 years of being gluten free, this was absolutely my best gf dining experience. A lot of creativity and love went into this food. I enjoyed the Reuben sandwich and the Key lime pie was heavenly. Friendly staff. It was clear that everyone there was equally appreciative.
The company is making an effort with a gluten free menu and rolls. They may have not, however, made enough of an effort to train their staff. Told server we were a celiac disease family (trying not to stigmatize my son who is the only one affected). She brought my daughter's fish breaded. When I reminded her, she did offer to fix. Then five minutes later, she asked if she could bring my children cookies. They do not have gluten free cookies, so this failure to recall our dietary restriction was both silly and unnecessarily disappointing to my children. May just be this one server, so we will try again with cautious optimism.