Ashley J

Celiac

Reviews


  • Long Provincial Vietnamese Restaurant & Jelly Bar

    5 starsAugust 01, 2013

    1901 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101

    The host (who might be the owner) was very helpful and eager to make sure I got what I needed. He said to avoid the soy sauce and the false prawns but most everything on the menu was available for me to order. The food was good, and the staff were amazing (they really were what made the experience).

  • Biscuit Bitch

    5 starsAugust 01, 2013

    1909 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101

    This place is amazing! The gluten free biscuits are the best I've had since going on a GF diet. I've eaten here three mornings in a row and plan to come again tomorrow before flying home.

  • The Pink Door

    3 starsJuly 30, 2013

    1919 Post Alley, Seattle, WA 98101

    I might have just had a newer waiter, but unlike the other reviewer, the idea of cross-contamination seemed like a new idea to my waiter. They advertise gluten free panini but it sounded like they're made on the same press as the regular panini. That said, they adapted a salad for me that was delicious and very fresh.

  • Pip's Place

    5 starsFebruary 16, 2013

    1729-31 1st Ave, New York, NY 10128

    All gluten free. The staff was very knowledgable and friendly. A friend who is not on a gluten-free diet lives around the corner and gets baked goods here all the time, which to me says a lot. The cinnamon bun I got was the best gluten free cinnamon bun I have ever had and the savory scone (jalepeno and cheddar I think) was also delicious.

  • Luigi's Pizzeria

    2 starsFebruary 16, 2013

    1701 1st Ave, New York, NY 10128

    Luigi's does offer gluten free pizza, but you can only get a full pizza (albeit a smaller size than the pizzas they sell gluten-full). The heat the gluten free crust on a pizza pan so theoretically it doesn't touch the same surface as other pizzas, but I'm a bit skeptical. The staff didn't seem particularly patient with me, which always knocks off a star or two. The pizza is cheese but I believe you can add toppings if you like, although I'm not sure it's real clear which toppings are gluten free and I'm not sure how well trained staff is on cross-contamination. I do appreciate the effort, but I probably wouldn't get food here regularly until I felt more comfortable about cross-contamination issues. The pizza itself was okay, not the worst I've had but definitely not the best either.

  • Silly's

    5 starsAugust 06, 2012

    40 Washington Ave, Portland, ME 04101

    Great menu, lots of great gluten free options. The gluten free pizza crust they offer does not taste like pizza exactly but is tasty nevertheless! Very fun atmosphere!