Ryan Sikhrangkur

Celiac

Reviews


  • Ciao Baby

    5 starsDecember 10, 2012

    5074 Sunrise Hwy, Massapequa Park, NY 11762

    They have great options for the gluten free customers, and you really shouldn't take the small "feel free to ask for anything that's not on our menu" for granted. Their braised short rib was out of this world and their service and sense of personalities were a fantastic feel to be invited to. Price for portions aside, I would absolutely recommend going, and more than once!

  • Park Avenue Grill

    3 starsDecember 10, 2012

    178 Park Ave, Amityville, NY 11701

    I've taken my third trip today and have never been upset with the food. The best gluten free pancakes and home fries in the neighborhood. The only issues I have with this spot are the space and the service. The waitress we had today was very "keep-to-yourself"; didn't offer us too much of anything after seating us, not even a drink which is a custom at any dining experience. The space is small which is suited to what they serve, but they decorate with clutter like fake plants and other items filling up the windows and space, and their seats and tables are covered in mix-matched, ornery sheets a d stitchings that make the place seem so much smaller than it really is. Overall, it does offer a cozy seat and great food, much like how you would feel visiting your grandmother. You won't be disappointed ordering[the stack!].

  • Five Guys

    2 starsDecember 10, 2012

    35 Merrick Road, Amityville, NY 11701

    The fries are great, but sadly you shouldn't expect any variety. The burgers and hot dogs are grilled on the same equipment as their buns, so you shouldn't expect anything with more substance to be available.