• Red Robin

    5 starsMay 03, 2014

    7620 Katy Freeway #465, Houston, TX 77024

    Great food, dedicated fryer for the steak fries, good gluten free buns and a separate prep area for GF meals. They even wrote "Allergy Alert" on my ticket about five times. Will definitely be back.

  • Texas Roadhouse

    2 starsApril 08, 2014

    24020 Southwest Fwy, Rosenberg, TX 77471

    I got sick here. Theoretically you should be ok with a steak, salad and mashed potatoes IF they make you a fresh salad and do not use the grill baste on your steak. However I got a salad with the croutons picked out (crumbs all over it) which I had to send back and I'm pretty sure I got sick from them using the grill shortening anyway despite my conversation with the manager. I'd be willing to try again on a less busy night but I would not go on a busy night like Friday or Saturday because the kitchen just doesn't care. Fries are not safe as they do not have a dedicated fryer and the dirty rice is not GF either.

  • Salata

    5 starsJanuary 19, 2014

    2170 Town Square Place, Sugar Land, TX 77479

    Great selection, big salad that gives you your money's worth, very easy to eat gluten free and much less prone to cross-contamination than self-serve salad bars. Will eat here again.

  • Xoco-latté

    5 starsSeptember 28, 2013

    4718 Lexington Boulevard, Missouri City, Texas

    Their baguette bread is great, especially warmed up. They also have gluten free cookies, muffins, pizza crust, pumpkin bread and chocolate bonbons and will do custom cakes. Everything is gluten free.

  • Japaneiro's Sushi Bistro & Latin Grill‎

    4 starsSeptember 28, 2013

    2168 Texas Drive, Sugar Land, TX 77479

    They have a gluten free menu here, though it's small. The kitchen seemed fairly knowledgeable though and may be able to make some other sushi items gluten free on request by leaving something off, i.e. spicy mayo, unagi sauce or masago all of which are NOT gluten free. Also do not order fried items such as plantains or yuquita fries since they share oil with breaded or tempura items. It's a good option if you're after a rainbow roll.

  • Zoes Kitchen

    5 starsSeptember 28, 2013

    12850 Memorial Dr #1120, Houston, TX 77024

    One of my favorite places for lunch. They have a gluten free menu with some great options including gluten free versions of their hummus (with veggies instead of pita) and some of the kabobs. Just make sure you order the gluten free version because not all of the sides that come with the regular version are gluten free so they make some adjustments, like beans instead of rice pilaf.

  • Souper! Salad!

    4 starsSeptember 28, 2013

    4884 Beechnut St, Houston, TX 77096

    There is some risk of cross-contamination here, mostly from other customers since it's a buffet, but they do label their gluten free dishes and they usually have one gluten free soup option as well.

  • The Swinging Door

    5 starsSeptember 28, 2013

    3818 FM 359 Rd, Richmond, TX 77406

    Great food. They don't have a gluten free menu but a lot of their menu is gluten free anyway. I've eaten here many times and have never gotten sick. I know the meats, sauce, potatoes, beans and green beans to be safe.

  • Pei Wei

    4 starsJanuary 26, 2013

    16101 Kensington Dr, Sugar Land, TX 77479

    Not a huge gluten free menu, but especially if you like sweet and sour, it takes care of the craving for Chinese. It's nice that they have gluten free soy sauce available.

  • Lupe Tortilla

    4 starsJanuary 26, 2013

    15801 Southwest Fwy, Sugar Land, TX 77478

    Awesome gluten free menu, so many options that they actually designate items WITH gluten instead of those without. A little pricey for Mexican but I've gotten glutened at almost every other Mexican place I've tried so it's worth it for a safe meal. Their corn tortillas are the best I've had and they will sub them for the flour ones with the fajitas if you ask.

  • Jason's Deli

    5 starsJanuary 26, 2013

    15275 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, TX 77478

    Great sandwiches and they not only use Udi's bread but also have the full size loaves (not the tiny ones they have at the grocery store) for purchase. This particular location is especially good at trying to avoid cross-contamination and makes your sandwich on its own paper and then wraps it, and they give you bagged potato chips if you order a gluten free sandwich. The upcharge for gluten free bread is very small, I think it was only 50 cents. One if my favorite "safe" lunch places.

  • Ruggles Green

    4 starsJanuary 26, 2013

    15903 City Walk, Sugar Land, TX 77479

    Great food, 5 stars for the quality but one off for the prices. Excellent gluten free menu with lots of dairy free and vegetarian options as well. The GF hamburger buns are actually good, though I think a $2 upcharge for it is excessive.

  • Turquoise Grill & Bar

    5 starsJanuary 26, 2013

    16019 City Walk, Sugar Land, TX 77479

    Gluten free mediterranean! I've been here several times and the staff has always been knowledgeable about gluten sensitivities. They do not have a gluten free menu per se but most of the kabobs (the ones not made with ground meat) are gluten free and they will either make you gluten free rice or let you substitute greek salad for the non-gluten free jasmine rice pilaf. They also have halfa as a dessert option. I've never gone wrong with the lamb shish kabob.

  • Great Greek Grill

    1 starsJanuary 26, 2013

    15810 Southwest Fwy, Sugar Land, TX 77478

    There are very few gluten free options here. Just a couple very overpriced salads and the dolmades which weren't that great. If you want those go across the highway to Turquoise. I don't know why the notes on here recommend the gyro plate, gyro meat has bread crumbs and is absolutely not gluten free. My non-celiac husband likes this place but It's not a good option for gluten free diners.