210 Andover St, Peabody, MA 01960
I was diagnosed with celiac disease last year and due to cross contamination issue had to give up many of the restaurants in the area. Someone recommended I try Burton's Grill and it is far and away our new favorite restaurant. They are extraordinarily knowledgable as to gluten free food preparation, as well as accommodating any allergy you could think of. The food is always brought over by the chef or the manager. Beyond the gluten free factor, they have a huge menu and everything I've eaten there has been excellent. I highly recommend their gluten free flat breads in particular. Be sure to also sign up for their rewards program. For every $300 you spend you get $25 off the menu. We dine their often and it's a great extra.
112 Salem St, Boston, MA 02113
The website for this restaurant advertises gluten free pasta and pizza and the menu says just about any meal can be made gluten free. We went with friends last night. The waitress had no idea how meals were adjusted for those with celiac disease. She said gluten free means "you can't eat breadcrumbs, right?" and told us to look at the description of the meals and use our best judgement. I was up all night with a belly ache, either from accidental contamination or the ricotta cheese they put in the very chunky Alfredo sauce. Not recommended.