• Wrapped Burrito Bar

    3 starsDecember 01, 2014

    Västra Hamngatan 9, 411 17 Gothenburg, Sweden 41117

    As you might expect from the one and only burrito bar in Goteborg, the food isn't spectacular. I skipped the fajita veggies because they looked boiled to death. But you can get any burrito as a bowl (therefore without a tortilla) for 75 kr, which is a good deal for lunch or dinner in Sweden. No English menu, but staff spoke English well. I didn't ask if the nachos were gluten-free, but they looked like corn chips, so it's possible.

  • Restaurang Manana

    5 starsDecember 01, 2014

    Lasarettsgatan 6, 411 19 Gothenburg, Sweden 41119

    This is a tapas restaurant, so you order several small plates to have yourself and/or share with your companions. The portions were a little smaller than I'm used to from tapas restaurants in North America, but all the things I ate were very tasty.The staff all spoke English very well, and there was also an English menu available. When I asked my waitress which desserts were gluten-free, she checked with the kitchen and said all but the apple tart.I had the garlic mushrooms, baby potatoes with aioli, grilled halloumi, and chocolate truffle with espresso flan (yummy, although it was nothing like a flan -- more like fudge!).

  • UpStairs on the Square

    1 starsMarch 24, 2014

    91 Winthrop Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

    This restaurant has closed, sadly!

  • Mr. Crepe

    5 starsMarch 10, 2014

    51 Davis Square, Somerville, MA 02144

    Any crepe can be made with their gluten-free buckwheat batter. I had a savory crepe and a sweet one, and the crepe batter worked well with both. If you're wondering if you really got the gluten-free one, you can check the color -- it's noticeably darker (and thinner) than the regular version.Not sure whether they have a dedicated pan for GF crepes.

  • Sea Dog Brew Pub

    3 starsSeptember 10, 2013

    2 A Street, Hull, MA 02045

    I went here with a group of friend with widely varying dietary needs -- including a vegan and a person on the paleo diet -- and they were able to feed all of us reasonably well. I had the veggie burger on a gluten-free bun, which was okay. My friends seemed very happy with their food.They have GF buns for their burgers and GF dough for the flatbreads, which is nice. None of the deep-fried foods are on the GF menu, presumably because they don't have a dedicated fryer.Sit on the patio if it's a nice day -- it's got a lovely view of Boston across the water.

  • Naked Pizza

    4 starsAugust 23, 2013

    1331 Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02446

    Update: driving by recently, it looks like this location is closed. If you find yourself in Coolidge Corner looking for GF food, I recommend Paris Creperie!

  • Paris Creperie

    5 starsAugust 23, 2013

    278 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA 02446

    Their gluten-free buckwheat crepe is almost identical in taste and texture to a regular crepe -- so tasty!

  • MexiCali Burrito Cabana

    4 starsNovember 30, 2012

    350 Kendall St, Cambridge, MA 02142

    A bit pricey for fast food, but very tasty! Anything that's not made with a flour tortilla is GF, including their house-made tortilla chips. They do warm their corn tortillas on the same warmer as the wheat ones, but if you ask they'll use a separate warmer.

  • MexiCali Burrito

    4 starsNovember 30, 2012

    500 Technology Square, Cambridge, MA 02139

    A bit pricey for fast food, but very tasty! Anything that's not made with a flour tortilla is GF, including their house-made tortilla chips. They do warm their corn tortillas on the same warmer as the wheat ones, but if you ask they'll use a separate warmer.

  • Sepal

    4 starsNovember 30, 2012

    100 Cambridgeside Place, Cambridge, MA 02141

    Mediterranean food (falafel, shawarma, kafta, and so on), so lots of GF options. Both the white and brown rice are safe (no little noodles!), as are both of the available toppings (okra sauce or beans). Great place to get a cheap, quick, safe lunch!

  • True Bistro

    5 starsNovember 29, 2012

    1153 Broadway, Somerville, MA 02144

    Excellent upscale vegan bistro with a dedicated gluten-free menu. Perfect for a special night out! I particularly like the grilled romaine heart salad and death-by-chocolate cake.

  • Christopher's

    3 starsNovember 29, 2012

    1920 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02140

    They have a "gluten-sensitive" menu and have always been very responsive to diet/allergy concerns on my visits.

  • Aceituna Cafe

    4 starsNovember 29, 2012

    605 Kendall St, Cambridge, MA 02142

    Tasty Mediterranean food! The falafel plate is reliably GF, and you can also assemble a GF-meal from their numerous veggie dishes ("vegetarian three choices" and "vegetarian five choices"). Fries are also safe, as they are the only thing fried in that oil. Stay away from the rice, though, as it has wheat noodles in it. Also, sometimes the greek salad is contaminated with a small amount of tabouleh, unfortunately.

  • Amsterdam Falafelshop

    5 starsNovember 29, 2012

    248 Elm St, Somerville, MA 02144

    Extremely tasty falafel! Everything in the restaurant is GF -- except the pita bread, of course. This is also a great place to get fries that are 100% safe (i.e., have not been fried in the same oil that is used for breaded food).

  • Flatbread Company

    5 starsNovember 29, 2012

    45 Day St, Somerville, MA 02144

    This is one of my go-to places for a tasty GF meal. Their GF crust is very good -- in fact, my boyfriend thought it was tastier than their regular crust! They also have GF desserts, although I don't think they list them on the menu. Very busy on weekend evenings though -- they don't take reservations, but you can call ahead to put your name on the list.