Reviews


  • Stanford's Restaurant & Bar

    4 starsMay 18, 2013

    401 Northeast Northgate Way #1106, Seattle, WA 98125

    At this location, as long as you are clear about your level of allergy/intolerance they will cook for you. I have an aggressive case of Celiac's and have never had issues at this location. I speak with my server and the management and they are anal about avoiding cross contamination. I have had the management let me know that my food will be delayed momentarily (still came out in under 15 minutes for a steak) so that they could clean the grill and cook my food on a grill separately. On a taste side if things, I love the artichoke and spinach dip and the baked garlic chicken. The garlic chicken is just like I would make (chicken, potatoes, green beans) but without spending an afternoon cooking!Please note that this review is only for the Northgate location. I have been to another restaurant in the chain (Portland, OR) and was made incredibly ill from cross contamination. Pros: great food, staff willing to work with you, about 15 options and willing to work outside of their menu if you want something they don't have on the menu!Cons: I wish the staff were a bit more knowledgeable (but once you educate them, they are willing to work with you once they know!)

  • Razzi's Pizzeria

    5 starsDecember 19, 2012

    8523 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

    OMG!!! The food is amazing!!! My roommate (who doesn't like GF stuff at all) ate a good chunk of my GF pizza and GF Eggplant Parm! If that is not high praise, I don't know what is?!? This food is amazing and they deliver to my house!

  • Sweet Island Yogurt

    5 starsNovember 05, 2012

    402 S Main St, Rochester, MI 48307

    Sweet Island has been open for 2 months now and they have gone above and beyond to make thing gluten free friendly! All of the frozen yogurt is GF! They have many of their toppings in individual, enclosed dispensers so there are no worries that your Chocolate Chips are contaminated with someone elses gluten filled cookies. The owners also have been willing to work with me to ensure things are GF and reduce the risks of cross contamination. In the event that you have concerns, like I did when they first opened, the staff and owners were willing to speak with me, show me their prep area, offered me fresh toppings straight from the back (so there is no risk of cross contamination), showed me labels, and generally put my mind at ease. I have eaten here probably 15 times since they opened September 2012, and have had only great and positive experiences!

  • O'Connor's Public House

    5 starsNovember 05, 2012

    324 S Main St, Rochester, MI 48307

    O'Connors has a wonderful GF menu and the staff is glad to work with you. A few of the staff and many of the regulars have Celiac's Disease so they have had to master the arts of GF cooking. I have been eating at here regularly since they rolled out their GF menu. I have had no issues with cross contamination, the staff is educated (and if they have questions they ask instead of guessing), and they never act like you are inconveniencing them by double and triple checking that your food is safe! I love this place and can not say enough great things about them!

  • Wheatless In Seattle

    5 starsAugust 15, 2012

    10003 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133

    This is now my "local" bakery - and I live in Detroit!!! Every time I am in Seattle, I call ahead and tell them what I want. The owner is always on site and more than willing to try to make what you are craving! Hurry up and check this place out now before they go to a completely web based business - coming this fall!