12067 Ventura Place, Studio City, CA 91604
Very good food from a nice family owned and operated restaurant. Indian food uses a lot of chickpea flour so most of it is naturally gluten free, but they mark what is gluten free on the menu. All the curries are gluten free, so A LOT of different options, never need to eat the same thing twice, but I would!
1890 Bonanza Dr, Park City, UT 84060
They share fries with gluten containing foods in the fryer, so despite the frys being on the gluten free menu, they are not actually gluten free and are not recommended for those who are very sensitive.
30990 Russell Ranch Road, Westlake Village, CA 91362
- New Update - For some reason they have eliminated their gluten free menu. Their chili is no longer gluten free, and they say their fries are no longer gluten free and share the same fryer as their gluten containing goods. When I asked for a gluten free menu (I always like to see if anything has been updated and changed before ordering) the waitress brought out a hand-written sticky not saying was sauces were okay. Overall very disappointed, but they still have their gluten free buns so I'll keep a three star rating. I'll be going to the new nearby in and out for my french fry fix from now on. Best burger place around that accommodates gluten allergies. They've got a nicely designed gluten free menu, and list absolutely everything that is gluten free, which turns out to be a lot here.
5046 Cornell Road, Agoura Hills, CA 91301
Good fresh food with a huge amount of gluten free options!
30651 East Thousand Oaks Boulevard, Agoura Hills, CA 91301
Gluten free snacks and full meals, very reasonably priced! Friendly staff whose aware of celiac restrictions.
287 7th Ave, New York, NY 10001
While they don't have gluten free buns, they do know about gluten and even noted that they were sure to avoid cross contamination without me asking. They do also post that everything but the buns are gluten free. Also if you're really paranoid, you can sit at the bar and literally watch them assemble your burger.
Nomad, 1170 Broadway, New York, NY 10001
Research: They were very friendly when I called ahead to see if they had any gluten free options. They said they did as well as saying that they were aware of celiacs disease and nearly everything could be made gluten free.The bread: BEST gluten free bread I've ever had. They say they make it in house. Very "pre-dinner" oriented with lots of subtle herbs.Drinks: Great drink menu, and even the bartender, or whatever the fancy word for the alcohol expert on site, asked how sensitive I was and whether or not I could have whiskey, which some celiacs avoid, and he knew this! Impressed.Entrée: Most of the menu can be made gluten free, and they are very detailed about what they do to to alter it. So while their is no gluten free menu, the waitress was full of information to make up for it!While dinner for two was over $100, it's a great fancy atmosphere and I have rarely felt so catered to when it comes to my gluten allergy.
132 West 31st Street, New York, NY 10001
They are very conscious of gluten allergies. They have an entire sheet of ingredients. Very big selection of gluten free products. They serve UDIs bread which I have never really been a fan of. I actually ended up taking off the top of the bun because the burger was just so delicious the bun was ruining it for me. Got the lamb burger medium rare, and while pricey at $20, it was some of the best tasting patty I've ever had. They've got separate fryers as well as separate plates indicating a gluten free dish. Overall I felt very safe here.
2190 W Burnside St, Portland, OR 97210
Great food. Arguably the best sandwich I've ever had. Great omelette too! Unfortunately I am on an anti-fungal diet and had to restrict rice. They said there was no rice used in the bread, which I later found out to be not true as it is from New Cascadia bakery. I should have known better though. So that set me back a bit. But no gluten reaction after eating here and the owners are literally the cutest couple I have ever seen.
2196 Harbor Boulevard, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
801 Dixon Road, Toronto, ON, Canada M9W 1J5
They are fully aware of which of their dishes have gluten in it and which do not. It's a high end steakhouse so it's pricey, but I felt comfortable going there for a business dinner. Also to work there you have to be nothing short of stunning apparently.
172 West Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Great restaurant. They've got a lengthy full page gluten free menu, including specific salads, soups, stir-fried rice, fish and meat dishes. The food is top notch all around.