• Boom Noodle

    1 starsOctober 27, 2014

    1121 East Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98122

    Advertises gfree on its menu, but, despite grilling the staff and servers multiple times to make sure the kitchen understood I have celiac and it is a medical necessity that they are careful with my food, I finish my appetizer to find a fried wonton skin (that wasn't part of my dish) under everything. It was really careless, and I ended up glutened while 9 months pregnant.

  • Miro Tea

    1 starsMarch 09, 2014

    5405 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107

    Crepes are not celiac safe- just ok for people on a gfree diet.

  • The Gerald

    5 starsMarch 09, 2014

    5210 Ballard Avenue Northwest, Seattle, WA 98107

    Incredible food and service. Chef is gfree, and he was super accommodating. Almost every menu item can be adapted to be gfree, so there are a ton of options!

  • Bookstore Bar

    5 starsFebruary 20, 2014

    1007 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98104

    Chef's daughter has celiac, and staff is incredibly knowledgeable!

  • Doraku

    5 starsJanuary 08, 2014

    900 South Miami Avenue #133, Miami, FL 33131

    The chef was super accommodating- I spoke to the server, figuring I'd be consigned to edamame for dinner... He worked with the chef to create original dishes that were safely prepared... Totally amazing.

  • Makoto

    4 starsOctober 16, 2013

    9700 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour Shops, Miami Beach, FL 33154

    Had a good list of what's safe and didn't get sick!

  • Empanada Mama

    2 starsJanuary 16, 2013

    763 9th Ave, New York, NY 10019

    The "gluten free" items on the menu are ALL fried in the same fryer as their wheat items, so they are not actually gluten free. They get two stars because the server was honest about the food being unsafe and got me a salad that was uncontaminated.