2331 Fountain Square Dr, Lombard, IL 60148
First of all the food is not that great for the price you are paying. Ordered off the gluten free menu, had a reaction within 2 hours of eating. Was sick for days. Will never go back to this restaurant again.
75 S La Grange Rd, La Grange, IL 60525
This place was just ok. They have a separate gluten free menu which makes it easy to order. The food just isn't that great even though it is gluten free.
2060 York Road, Oak Brook, IL 60523
Not for celiacs. The menu from the counter had a warning on it that it's for "gluten sensitive" individuals only that avoid gluten for dietary reasons, and is not intended for those with celiac disease. Tried a gluten free sandwich anyways and the sandwich came wrapped with a sticker also listing the same warning. Nuff said, won't be coming back.
232 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, IL 60523
Liked this place and would come back. Gluten free menu tells you which items can be modified to be safe and staff seemed knowledgeable.
93 S La Grange Rd, La Grange, IL 60525
Keep getting sick after eating here. Last time I ordered an item off the breakfast menu specifically marked as gluten free. Made sure to specify when ordering it needed to be gluten free. Ended up very sick and spent the whole day making white-knuckled trips to the bathroom. I do not recommend this restaurant for celiacs. Even though they market themselves as having gluten free items, there seems to be a cross contamination issue and I will not eat here again.
11 W Calendar Ave, La Grange, IL 60525
Loved the gluten free pizza, had no reaction to it. Only downside is it only comes in the 7" size and is very expensive. Our bill for a medium (regular pizza) and small gluten free pizza came to $30 with tax. The 7" pizza equals about 4 slices. Will order again but only once in a while due to the price.
25 North La Grange Road, La Grange, IL 60525
I do like this store but one star because they do not understand cross contamination issues. Often went here to buy "junk food" that was labeled as gluten free only to get sick. You need to flip the bag over and carefully check for the statement "made in a facility that also processes wheat and gluten". If the food was made on a line that also handles food containing gluten, then it should not be labelled gluten free.