• LYFE Kitchen

    5 starsMay 23, 2014

    9540 West Washington Boulevard, Culver City, CA 90232

    Fabulous food, with no apology needed for the missing gluten. My non-celiac husband said the burger was one of the best gourmet burgers he's ever had. I agree. We also loved the fish tacos and sweet potato fries. I wish I could eat more, like I once did. Absolutely delicious. We cleaned our plates.

  • Drago's

    3 starsMarch 17, 2014

    2 Poydras St, New Orleans, LA 70140

    No gluten-free menu. Our server told us to choose, then she would tell us if the dish was gf. She said she didn't really understand gluten-free and she proved it. My husband loved the chargrilled oysters but does not have to follow a gf diet. I chose a salad and did ok. But I am cautious when servers are ill-informed.

  • Virginia's Health Food Store

    3 starsFebruary 03, 2013

    3952 Airport Blvd, Mobile, AL 36608

    Decent selection, and the staff regularly culls outdated packages, but few have any concept of customer service. If you need help, you will have to be a pest. And don't count on their recommendations as some will tell you a product is great but, when pressed, admit they have never tried it. Favorite items may be out of stock for weeks at a time. Prices are very, very high.

  • Mellow Mushroom

    4 starsFebruary 03, 2013

    5660 Old Shell Road, Mobile, AL, 36608

    I bake a better GF pizza, but this one is good and I don't have to cook all the time. Our waiter told us the GF pizzas are prepared in a separate part of the kitchen and baked in their own oven, to prevent cross-contamination. He did not know if the salads were GF, so we skipped them.

  • Chick-fil-A

    5 starsFebruary 03, 2013

    435 Schillinger Rd S, Mobile, AL 36695

    The fries are always safe, the staff always knows what is GF so I don't have to rely on a corporate website. Managers are hands-on.

  • Bonefish Grill

    2 starsFebruary 03, 2013

    6955 Airport Boulevard, Mobile,AL 36608

    Most of the time, the food is safe but I have been glutened -- most likely from cross-contamination as I did not see any source if gluten. We also noted the health department ratings have been slipping, which really concerns me.

  • Olive Garden

    1 starsDecember 15, 2012


    Olive Garden has perhaps the most limited gluten-free menu of any restaurant offering gluten-free food . . . but that's the least of the problems. The staff at this location have not been trained to know what is gluten-free. We stated three times that we were ordering from the gluten-free menu -- we even had to point out to the bartender (takeout order) where the gluten-free version was on his screen -- and we made the cardinal mistake of not checking the food before we left. Instead of the gluten-free child's chicken dinner, we got the regular child's chicken dinner with regular spaghetti served alongside the chicken. I'd ordered that, because what I really wanted was a Chicken Caesar Salad, which is not available despite the fact that the menu did include a gluten-free Caesar Salad and a gluten-free chicken breast (only for kids) dinner, which came with salad. The menu has since been changed, so I can't do that anymore. The gluten-free pasta is not particularly good. I agree with the previous post about the salmon -- did that once, never again. I do not consider this a true gluten-free option, due to the indifference of the staff and the limitations of the menu.