• The Addiction Bistro

    1 starsFebruary 17, 2015

    408 N La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048

    Got glutened. It was the only place we'd eaten out at that day, and we ruled out anything we'd eaten at home. The food was great, but not worth the risk of a repeat.

  • Hoffmann Brat Haus

    5 starsNovember 23, 2014

    801 State St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

    Delicious food that hits the spot. The menu clearly marks which foods are GF, DF or GF/DF. They carry Udi's buns, but we passed when they said they're frozen and need to be warmed up ... they didn't seem to have a separate, dedicated prep area for that. When we checked about their oil, the server said only things that are fried in it are fries and sausages. Fair warning: The exotic sausages are MUCH smaller than the rest.

  • Buttercelli Bakeshop

    1 starsJuly 20, 2014

    13722 Ventura Boulevard, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423

    Made on equipment shared with wheat and dairy.

  • La Puerta

    1 starsMay 05, 2013

    560 4th Ave, San Diego, CA 92101

    The staff was mostly clueless about what was and wasn't gluten-free on the menu. I should have left at that point. My mistake, which I paid for for about a day. Avoid!

  • Hugo's Tacos

    3 starsJanuary 07, 2013

    4749 Coldwater Canyon Ave, Los Angeles, CA 91423

    Good, but a little too greasy.

  • Hugo's

    5 starsJanuary 07, 2013

    12851 Riverside Dr, North Hollywood, CA 91607

    Their sumptuous menu features a bountiful array of gluten-free dishes and the waitstaff is friendly, knowledgable and sensitive. Hugo's is our go-to spot for date nights, lazy Sunday brunches and celebrations.