Sara G

Celiac

Reviews


  • Glow Live Food Cafe

    5 starsAugust 11, 2014

    380 Washington Ave, Ketchum, ID 83340

    Great food. Very simple, wholesome ingredients, but with great flavor combinations. I had the "noodle" bowl (zucchini noodles, not pasta), and it was excellent. Definitely good if you are gluten free and/or vegan.

  • Perla's

    5 starsJanuary 31, 2014

    1400 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704

    Perla's makes an amazing GF oyster po-boy (breaded only with corn meal, and w/o bread). Plus they were very accommodating after I made the classic mistake of not telling my server I was celiac and then had to send my first order back to get a GF version. Their drinks were fabulous; they have a great wine list and several perfectly balanced specialty cocktails. We also had raw oysters that were delicate and fresh; they have an impressive variety of oysters from both coasts. I also tried one of their GF desserts: a divine grapefruit panna cotta that was served with wedges of several types of citrus. Overall I would recommend Perla's to anyone - just remember to tell your server about your dietary restrictions :)

  • The Pancake House

    5 starsAugust 18, 2013

    209 N 3rd St, McCall, ID 83638

    Delicious GF pancakes - so light and fluffy I had to ask for confirmation that I got the GF ones! The huckleberries were great too. Although it's not listed on the menu, the waitress said they also have GF French toast.

  • The Local Grind

    5 starsJuly 28, 2013

    51 W 100 S, Heber, UT 84032

    my husband likes the coffee, and i LOVE the baked goods! the kinda rye makes me want a Reuben, now!

  • Pizza Pie Cafe

    5 starsJanuary 21, 2013

    25 East 1400 North, Logan, UT 84341

    The Logan Pizza Pie Cafe is outstanding - their salad bar is one of the best in town, the GF pasta is cooked properly most of the time, and the pizza itself is delicious (thin crust but still slightly doughy). This is the best value for any GF meal, especially pizza, that I have found anywhere. The ingredients and dishes are quality, and they are prepared well. To get the GF meal, you pay $2 extra for a regular pizza buffet, which includes salad bar, pasta, and a pizza cooked-to-order (non-GF eaters simply pick slices off the buffet). Since Pizza Pie Cafe serves mostly traditional (wheat-based) pizza and pasta, it's obviously possible for cross-contamination to occur. However, I have never had any issues after eating there. It helps that the staff all are knowledgeable about which ingredients contain gluten. Overall I love this restaurant because it scratches my itch for good thin-crust pizza and pasta (plus a great salad).