Celiac

Reviews


  • Rosti Tuscan Kitchen

    4 starsDecember 01, 2013

    931 Montana Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90402

    Separate GF menu also clarifies how they prep GF pizza and pasta to avoid CC. We started with the caprese salad which was good. I had the GF cheese ravioli with arrabiatta sauce...a splurge...how often do you see GF ravioli? Super tasty! Felt safe eating here and would definitely try it again.

  • Dishdash

    4 starsNovember 30, 2013

    190 South Murphy Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94086

    Super tasty kabobs! Not dedicated gluten-free. They do have a separate GF menu. Had the chicken kabobs (huge portions!) and grape leaves as a starter. Didn't experience any CC issues the two times I've visited.

  • Tres

    4 starsNovember 30, 2013

    130 Townsend Street, San Francisco, CA 94107

    Though the menu isn't marked, everything on the menu is gluten-free except some desserts. I called ahead and the waitress also confirmed it. That said - awesome tequila selection. Very tasty, fresh Mexican. I had the chicken enchiladas with fruit mole sauce. Rice and beans are ordered separately as sides. My friends ordered the shrimp and chile rellenos. Tasty all-around.

  • Crazy Elk Pizza

    1 starsAugust 09, 2013

    562 Mountain Village Boulevard, Telluride, CO 81435

    After reading an online review, I was under the impression that these guys tried to avoid cross contamination. Wrong! The service at the counter was appalling. The guy actually said something along the lines of, " If you're going to die if you're exposed to wheat, I can't guarantee there won't be some flour in your food."Don't waste your time with this place. You'll pay a couple extra bucks and get sick doing it. (Admittedly, I walked out after the staff's tactless comment).

  • La Cocina De Luz

    2 starsAugust 09, 2013

    123 E Colorado Ave, Telluride, CO 81435

    There are GF options here, but I didn't feel totally safe eating here. I opted for the tamale plate after learning that the enchiladas were somehow contaminated with the oil used for the battered chile rellenos and the tacos were prepped on the same surface with wheat flour tortillas. The menu is not marked, so you have to ask the staff. You might not get the same answer from different folks. I didn't get sick, but felt safer at Honga's.

  • The Village Market

    4 starsAugust 08, 2013

    157 South Fir Street, Telluride, CO 81435

    The Village Market offers a good selection of GF breads, crackers, snacks, and cereals. Great for picnics or the inevitable granola-in-the-hotel-room for breakfast.

  • Honga's Lotus Petal

    5 starsAugust 08, 2013

    135 East Colorado Avenue, Telluride, CO 81435

    Sigh of relief! Not only were they willing to accommodate us when we showed up 15 minutes before the kitchen closed (10pm), but they had the only clearly marked GF menu we found in Telluride. We shared the asparagus salad and yellow curry with chicken. The asparagus was good, but I was pretty impressed by the curry. I'll admit that in a ski town I expected one of those bland curries with a bunch of veggies. This one had some spicy ginger/lemongrass bite to it. Very tasty. They've also got a premium selection of tea and what looked like a full bar downstairs. There were several GF menu options. I'd definitely recommend this as a celiac-safe option.

  • Allred's Restaurant

    5 starsAugust 08, 2013

    565 Mountain Village Boulevard, Mountain Village, CO 81435

    Wow! Even if I couldn't eat a thing the view would be worth 5 stars. Luckily, there's celiac-friendly food too. The menu is not specifically marked with GF options, but our server was knowledgable and helpful to suggest choices. Both soups were GF and they were willing to sub the salmon into the halibut setup if I wanted to avoid the salmon's original panzanella salad pairing. Dessert options included flourless chocolate cake (with salted caramel ice cream and raspberries) or sorbet. I started with corn chowder - yum! For my entree, I ordered the halibut (no compromises as this dish was naturally GF) and my guy had the salmon. My dish was awesome and my guy swore his danger-encrusted (breaded) salmon was perfectly cooked. We shared a flourless chocolate cake for dessert - also yum. Two cautionary notes:1) There's no BYOB. 2) Ladies, don't bother with high heels. There are thick rubber mats full of holes at the gondola station. Easy to trip.

  • The Butcher and the Baker

    4 starsAugust 08, 2013

    217 East Colorado Avenue, Telluride, CO 81435

    This was our favorite place for morning coffee. I had the GF Blueberry Pancakes for Sunday Brunch which were fluffy and tasty (and cooked on their own pan). They were served with whipped cream, so if that's not your thing, be sure to opt out. They also offer GF bread and wraps for sandwiches, though I didn't try them out myself. The restaurant is small, but we never had a problem finding seats for two even during the Jazz Festival.

  • The Buffet at the Wynn

    1 starsJune 30, 2013

    3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

    The chef walked me through the buffet and explained all the GF options. Long story short, I got sick anyway. Don't eat at a buffet if you're celiac.

  • Mon Ami Gabi

    5 starsJune 30, 2013

    Paris Resort & Casino, 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109

    Dinner was great. My food (including dessert) was marked with an allergy stick and they offered me my own GF bread and appetizer. Our server was also very knowledgeable. Was definitely worth the cab drive up the strip to relax and have a safe meal.

  • Rice

    5 starsJune 30, 2013

    820 Manhattan Avenue, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

    Everything except ramen is gluten-free. Even their tempura and their fryer is gluten-free. Tasty and safe.

  • Nirvana Grille

    1 starsFebruary 25, 2013

    303 Broadway Street, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

    I emailed asking why Blackened Seitan Napolean is on the GF menu since Seitan IS wheat gluten, but never received response. Ignorance of ingredients that contain gluten is a huge red flag. I wouldn't recommend eating here until they fix that! (I'm local, so hopefully I can speak with them and post an update).

  • Roy's

    1 starsFebruary 25, 2013

    453 Newport Center Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660

    The Winter 2013 dedicated Gluten-free menu includes shrimp served on a bed of farro. The server was very apologetic and the kitchen (who was alerted to a gluten "allergy" initially) remade the dish with rice. Did not feel safe.

  • The Good Cookies & Beyond

    5 starsDecember 18, 2012

    2081 Torrance Boulevard, Torrance, CA 90501

    I learned about this completely GF bakery in May when they had a booth at the CDF conference. Their vegan almond butter chocolate chip cookies are awesome! I just rediscovered them at my local market in OC. Bakery hours are weird so check the website.

  • Conch Republic Seafood

    4 starsDecember 18, 2012

    631 Greene St, Key West, FL 33040

    Definitely a large selection of GF entrees which are clearly marked on the printed menu (though not online). I had the Local Catch (grouper) with JuJu Slather. Our server was attentive and familiar with GF requests. My fish and boyfriend's chicken were good. Sides were OK. Restaurant is open, noisy, and looks out onto the marina. Good for large groups and good for watching the holiday boat parade. Margaritas were a little light on the tequila.

  • Colombian Grace Restaurant

    5 starsDecember 18, 2012

    223 Petronia Street, Key West, FL 33040

    By far both the best food and the best coffee we had during our trip. I called ahead and Zulma emailed me the gluten-free menu. I ordered the Arepa paisa con queso as a starter and the Delicious (seriously, that's its name! And it lives up to it!...lobster and shrimp with tomatoes and mushrooms in a white wine sauce over rice). My boyfriend had the Colombian Grace Salad and the Monserrate Steak. We finished the meal with hot chocolate. We went back to pick up coffee and hot chocolate to-go the morning we drove back. Be sure to check hours. They're open for dinner Tue-Sun and breakfast Sat/Sun.

  • Kermit's Key West Key Lime Shoppe

    5 starsDecember 18, 2012

    200 Elizabeth St, Key West, FL 33040

    Make sure to visit the Elizabeth Street location since they don't carry GF at the Duval location. The GF Key Lime Pie slices are frozen and there's a patio outside where you can hang out and eat. This was my only GF dessert for the trip!

  • Help Yourself

    4 starsDecember 18, 2012

    829 Fleming St, Key West, FL 33040

    Combo of small organic market and restaurant. We ate here twice during our stay. I ordered the coconut curry with chicken and a half-portion of Indian Summer Salad. Both were tasty, though I was mildly annoyed when I heard the running commentary from the kitchen staff that the salad I had ordered did not contain gluten and therefore the ticket didn't have to be written up to request GF. Maybe I got lucky and she performed the necessary ablutions after preparing the previous customer's whole wheat wrap. I'd recommend specifying that you have an allergy to avoid contamination.

  • Amigos Tortilla Bar

    5 starsDecember 18, 2012

    425 Greene St, Key West, FL 33040

    We ordered 3 taco combos and sampled the shrimp, chicken, fish, and beef tacos (with rice and black beans on the side). My favorite was the chicken...very tasty when paired with New Planet's Off Grid Pale Ale. Server was knowledgeable about GF requirements and I felt safe eating here.

  • Rock'n Fish

    4 starsDecember 02, 2012

    120 Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

    Separate GF menu. Be sure to follow their notes about avoiding cross contamination. I order pan seared items instead of grilled items. The New Orleans BBQ Shrimp is my favorite dish, though I've tried several other fish entrees and sides. All solid. Have had non-GF teriyaki sauce served with the salmon at this location. The staff apologized and remade my dish.

  • Rock'N Fish

    4 starsDecember 02, 2012

    422 South Coast Highway, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

    Separate GF menu. Be sure to follow their notes about avoiding cross contamination. I order pan seared items instead of grilled items. The New Orleans BBQ Shrimp is my favorite dish, though I've tried several other fish entrees and sides. All solid.

  • True Food Kitchen

    5 starsDecember 02, 2012

    395 Santa Monica Pl #172, Santa Monica, CA 90401

    My favorite GF restaurant. Many GF dishes and a tasty rotating seasonal menu. GF desserts. Good cocktails. Everything I've tried has been good.

  • True Food Kitchen

    5 starsDecember 02, 2012

    451 Newport Center Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660

    My favorite GF restaurant. Many GF dishes and a tasty rotating seasonal menu. GF desserts. Good cocktails. Everything I've tried has been good.

  • Rising Hearts Bakery

    5 starsDecember 02, 2012

    10836 1/2 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

    All GF. Tried the bagels and vegan cupcakes. ...both tasty. Great selection.

  • Pica Pica Maize Kitchen

    4 starsDecember 02, 2012

    610 1st St, Napa, CA 94559

    Maizewiches. Tasty, but a bit on the greasy side.

  • Kara's Cupcakes

    4 starsDecember 02, 2012

    610 1st St #19, Napa, CA 94559

    Same comment as GF B. A few choices. Was glad the GF cupcakes were kept on a separate display plate.

  • C CASA

    5 starsDecember 02, 2012

    610 1st St, Napa, CA 94559

    Huevos Rancheros for breakfast. Crab tacos and rotisserie chicken for dinner. Tasty! Didn't ask why the beers on tap weren't GF, though. I had an agua fresca instead.

  • LYFE Kitchen

    5 starsDecember 02, 2012

    167 Hamilton Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94301

    Tasty fish tacos and guacamole. Stopped in during a trip on Thanksgiving weekend.

  • Three Seventy Common

    5 starsNovember 21, 2012

    370 Glenneyre St, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

    One of their staff members is gluten-free. GF dishes are marked on the menu. Good food and good drinks!