• Outback Steakhouse

    4 starsNovember 15, 2012

    4871 E. Grant Road, Tucson, AZ 85712

    Ordered from GF menu. Rib eye, sweet potato and broccoli. Everything was great and didn't get cross contaminated with anything. Just wish they had GF beer or hard cider.

  • The Bamboo Club Asian Bistro

    5 starsNovember 15, 2012

    5870 E Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85711

    Down with strep throat, I wanted, no, needed some curry and had no desire or energy to cook. On a whim I called to inquire if BC can do their chicken and shrimp curry GF and soy free. They can and did. It was ready within 10 minutes and waiting when I got there. The manager greeted me, walked me to the bar, checked my order, removed the soy sauce packets from the 'sauces' container and verified that the meal was prepared GF-SF. It was pricy but definitely worth it as I had curry for two meals and then some. Very pleased with the level of attention and concern they showed. Will be back. Just wish they did their crab puffs GF!

  • Gourmet Girls Gluten Free Bakery/Bistro

    4 starsNovember 15, 2012

    5845 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ 85704

    Four stars because of the dedicated facility. Having said that, pretty pricy for breakfast and sandwiches. Biscuits and gravy were good, not great but pretty good. Reuben was great but it was the first sandwich I'd had in 4 months so it was bound to be good. Bread was ok, a little, flat I guess. Waitress raved about the fresh out of the oven lemon bars that she claimed were to die for. I ordered one and then watched from our table as she plated a bar them put it in the microwave to warm up. Boo. On top of that, it didn't warm evenly or much at all and though I tasted powdered sugar and egg the lemon was barely detectable. And the crust was a bit gritty. And beware the water, it is flavored with essence. The little note on the tables mentions the flavor of the day but I expected to be offered plain or flavored. It wasn't bad but it was a little bit of a shock expecting water and tasting cucumber. I'll go back if I'm with other GF friends and we're in the area but it's not worth the drive for a special trip.

  • Olive Garden

    2 starsNovember 15, 2012


    Gluten free menu is mixed grill, salmon or GF pens pasta with pomodoro or red sauce. No GF soups or desserts indicated. Possible high risk of cross contamination for salad if prep area has croutons next to dressing. Mixed grill wasn't worth the cost. Edible, didn't get sick but not in my top 25.