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Celiac

Reviews


  • Sang Jun Thai Restaurant

    4 starsOctober 20, 2013

    300 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22314

    very accommodating and the food is delicious!

  • Birch Tree Cafe

    5 starsOctober 14, 2013

    31826 Good Earth Ln, Millville, DE 19970

    Excellent cafe for brunch, lunch or a snack. A must stop for anyone on a gluten free diet, visiting Ocean City, Bethany Beach or Rehoboth. I brought my family here twice during a recent two day stay in the area. We had brunch both days (BLTs, chicken salad sandwiches and amazing fruit smoothies). We also loaded up on goodies for out hotel, including muffins, salads and really wonderful bread. The owner is Celiac and very knowledgeable about food prep issues, including use of trusted brands/manufacturers. Wish there was a little safe haven like this in the DC area!

  • Pala Pizza

    4 starsSeptember 07, 2013

    198 Allen St, New York, NY 10002

    I would agree with the rave reviews of this place. But, the pizza, although nice, wasn't the best gluten free item on the menu. I tried both the quinoa appetizer and meatballs and both were very impressive. The pizza was a tad dry and salty (my husband said the same about his, which wasn't GF) but we both agreed that other items on the menu were better than average. Service was excellent.

  • Cheeseburger in Paradise

    1 starsSeptember 06, 2013

    700 Plaza Dr, Secaucus, NJ 07094

    Do not eat here if you're a Celiac. I called for takeout, on my way to the hotel ahead of the GF expo. The person taking my order was not at all informed about their GF procedures and gave me one word answers when I asked for assurances about their food prep. I ordered a salmon and fries, both of which were dry and super salty. To top it off, I don't believe they were GF as I was in agony right after eating.

  • Trader Joe's

    2 starsJune 18, 2013

    612 N. Saint Asaph Street, Alexandria, VA 22314

    Great store, but their gluten free "*g" label is misleading. Many products with this label were made on equipment shared with wheat and sometimes even say may contain gluten. It's one thing to say that your products have no gluten ingredients, and another to market them as gluten free.

  • Matchbox

    4 starsDecember 17, 2012

    521 8th St SE, Washington, DC 20003

    Great atmosphere, very good service and food. I had the pork chop (there was no shortage of excellent options on the GF menu) and beet salad. Chef came by to check about my comfort level with how they roast their veggies (in oven with pizza) and offered a safer alternative if I was concerned about cross contamination, which was super impressive! My husband had their pizza, which he said was excellent. I noticed on the way out that their pizza prep is outside the main kitchen, which is also reassuring. This place was doing their best, and that's all you can really ask for.