I have a gluten sensitivity.
258 Dedham St, Norfolk, MA 02056
I got gf brook pizza and tumbleweed salad with italian dressing and no crutons. I even had Redbridge beer. my pizza only had cheese, spinach, and some tomatos. no olives or pepperochini or onions or ANY of the things it was supposed to come with. and it was exceedingly oily, which was awful to have on a piece of cardboard rather than a plate. I was the only allergy in my party, but everyone else had problems with their meals too. I had horrid stomach pains and nonstop diarrhea from the moment I got home umtil everything was flushed out of my system. dont go to eagle brook.
500 E Washington St, North Attleborough, MA 02760
Phenomenal food every time. We were rather surprised that the chicken tenderloin in large wasn't... well... bigger! Spectacular quality overall, and great brownie sunday (now that was so big, I had to split with a friend!). This is a must-go-to place.
392 Cottage Street, Pawtucket, RI 02861
Pricey, but delicious! One of the best gf pizzas I've had. Keep in mind, this location is IN the plaza, we were confused our first time going there! The worst part is getting the slices actually out of the tin. Sticks so bad! This is definitely a good location to try, and we did not have any mix ups with our pizza, but we did make sure to check the boxes before leaving the parking lot, and when picking the pizzas up, we told them we were the gf pick-up, so they knew!
636 Washington Street, Attleboro, MA 02703
Best gf pizza you'll find in Attleboro, hands down. So popular, they have actually ran out of gf crusts when we tried ordering before! Tomato is one of the must-haves if you try Generations pizza.
21 Railroad Ave, Wolfeboro, NH 03894
This is actually SEVEN SUNS. They have delicious coffee and crepes. Couldn't do any of the savory crepes since I have an egg allergy.
10 Plymouth St, Meredith, NH 03253
Will not eat here again. awful service and the waitress cut me off before I could even finish my order. toast was really good, and so was my waffle, but I was lucky not to get sick from cross contamination. It took me ages to even get real maple syrup (like kitchen cravings) she wanted me to use the fake syrup (with gluten!) on the table. It is an extra $3 here for the real maple, and I already felt guilty because you have to order all gf stuff as sides. Don't even bother going here, especially if it's breakfast. I had such a bad experience, I wouldn't even bother going back for lunch.
312 Daniel Webster Hwy, Meredith, NH 03253
delicious gf pasta (I got it with the greek oils and cheese sauce), and can't wait to try the pizza. Not too many menu options, but it's always nice to get a free safe salad with your meal!
799 Union Ave, Laconia, NH 03246
Not the BEST pasta, but certainly alright. There was way too much marinara sauce on my pasta, and it wasn't the type of pasta that would absorb sauce well. It was dissapointing when they brought out exquisite fresh bread for everyone else who wasn't eating gf (I was the only one in my party) and they had nothing to accomodate. I also didn't understand why a regular pasta dish with sauce was $11, but alfredo and broccoli was $20 (really? double the price?). They did have many menu options though, so that was a very nice plus. They also serve gf mixed drinks and have a lowered price happy hour.
48 Main St, Meredith, NH 03253
*** the thing to keep in mind with Kara's is their stuff goes FAST. there is a consisant crowd of people in there for business lunch purchases, breakfasts, snacks, etc because their stuff is MADE FRESH DAILY AND IT IS DELICIOUS... and all the locals know this, making their food really popular. *** This place was pretty good! I was lucky to be able to eat out on the portch, which was a great experience. I did the design your own sandwich, with blackforest ham, swiss cheese, dijon (which was spicy deliciousness!!), and pickle for an extra 35 cents. The sandwiches come with onion, lettuce, and tomato. the bread was grilled and didn't even fall apart! One of the best sandwiches I've ever had eating out. I also had a gluten free bagel for breakfast one morning, but I couldn't distinguish any difference between something homemade and udis. don't know if that's a good thing or not, but I liked that it wasn't as small as most gf bagels you find. My only disappointment was their only choices of gluten free "dessert" treats they had. it was only blueberry muffins or chocolate chip cookies. it was really depressing to stand there while other people I was with decided between exquisite red velvet vanilla cupcakes, peanut butter canolis, or fruit squares. They open at 7am and close at 5pm--- the worker we talked to said this was a change from 8am to 4pm. it is shocking they are not (yet) opened longer because they do a constant flow of business, and people really want to stay and relax since it's a cafe (we were going to go for a late lunch/early dinner and they were closing up. some people were walking out saying they 'got the boot' and were not happy about that since the clock only just hit 5).
2075 Parade Road, Laconia, NH 03246
This place exceeded our expectations. The atmosphere was beautiful. We recieved complimentary water and gluten free chips and dip upon our arrival. Since we went at an off hour before the dinner crowd, we had even got to chose our table. Majority of the staff came all came out to check on us and talk with us at some point or another. They have the gluten free fries, which is apparently a big hit because how often do you get those on a seprate non-cross-contaminated frier!? The superfood salad I got was delicious. We also did the mashed potatoes wrapped in steak, which were pricey but phenomenal. I highly recommend those. The greatest thing was the piano and singing that began after we started our meal! And the pianist thanked us for eating there over the microphone as we were leaving! They are trying to work on a gf pizza, but the manager said they don't have the space for a whole other area (yet) with an oven and everything. He didn't want a gf pizza that may have cross contaminating factors. It's either safe for celiacs or it's not. So that being said, there may be a certain lack beyond salads, seafoods, steak, and bizarre dishes, but I'm sure if he hears enough suggestions, perhaps he'll see to it. he made sure to grab us and talk to us before we left! Also heu have dessert options for gf that are always changing based on what is being cooked that day. i could have gotten gf tiaramassu if i wasnt so full! They also have a 3 par golf, 9 holes for $9, so I guess it's common for locals to do that or drive a bucket of balls before eating. The drinks are pricey but big, and made with all fresh fruits. My family is also seriously considering moving up here to be able to eat here, no joke. their gluten meals were good, but they actually liked my gf stuff better!
154 Laconia Road, Tilton, NH 03276
They hand you a gluten free menu upon request, and are really keen on trying to not cross contaminate. I typically order the burger when I eat at a 99, simply because of the buns! it's not that often I can get a huge, yummy burger! for anyone who does order that too (say, the american all star or bacon), make sure you DEFINITELY keep it in the wrapping it comes in... you know how tricky the gluten free buns can be... and the burgers tend to come jam-packed.
1182 Union Avenue, Laconia, NH 03246
This place was absolutely amazing, and I am lead to believe some other reviews may be decieving. The waitress double checked to make sure the "on the house" chips were gf (which they were... corn), and she got me their special gf salsa. I was told even though they don't have a seperate gf menu, that is because just about everything can be accommodated for. I got the b&b salad, and the chicken wings, both were deliciois and completely gluten free. Having been there numerous times before being diagnosed gluten intolerant, I do know the difference between a lousy, s good, and an outstanding host can make or break your experience at either here or t bones. We also jappened to hit 'happy hour' night and time block when we went, which can save you $2-$3 on a really tastey drink, if that's what you like too (not sure about the gf beers, I personally don't do beers often anyway).
15 Airport Rd, Gilford, NH 03249
l used to eat here often before I was diagnosed gluten intolerant. my first meal without gluten was alright, but definitely could have been a lot better. I ordered the "bi-plane". Although delicious tasting, my pancakes weren't cooked. they were extremely doughy. the bacon tasted a bit plastic-y and was also not cooked thoroughly (which was a super bummer for me because I like mine extra crispy). the home fries were the best part of the meal, and I was glad I got extra of those, it was so worth it! I am allergic to eggs so that's why I got more homefries instead. our waitress was decent although she didn't come back to check on us much. we will probably go back again, since the others really liked their gluten-filled foods, and now I know to specify how I like my thinhs cooked. I think sometimes it may be stressful for a chef to be cooking under celiac circumstances for a mixed party. oh also, I did have to ask for real maple syrup.
40 Providence Place, Providence, RI 02903
My family actually chose this over eating at the cheesecake factory simply because their menu selection we saw online. We had excellent service here. Our waitress gave us the allergens menu immediately upon request, which has a number of options. I liked how this was the same menu available online, so I could have any questions for the server prepped in advance. This has always been a place that will accommodate to any needs, wheather a person has allergies or not. Items on the gf menu can even be paired with those on the power play card deal, so this is nice if you are interested in their eat-and-arcade-play promotion.Consistantly great food quality and hosting. Also great smoothies, and free refills on the drinks. Another great thing is that most restaraunts will place you right near other parties; D&B *does* seperate parties, making it a very unique and exclusive experience. We sat in the dining room area, and I cannot guarentee this for the sports bar or arcade area, which unlike the dining area, is expected to get very crowded on any regular weekend or weeknight.The chef even made sure to not add any embellishments onto my meal to avoid cross contamination. My father even ended up ordering the same meal I had (black jack bbq chicken, even though he is not even gluten intolerant like me), and he was overly pleased with his meal just the same! We would love to see more menu options in the future.
288 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury, MA 01545
sweet delicious gluten free cupcakes and more! I have heard coffee is good there as well.
117 Highland St, Worcester, MA 01609
delicious pizza! not quite as good as homemade, but good for a restaraunt!
447 Main Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420
Great if you want a completely gluten free Chinese restaraunt. We asked multiple times before eating here if it was definitely a gluten free facility, mostly because we were appalled that this was the first Chinese place we looked to eat at. I have yet to get a reaction from eating here! If you are looking for higher quality dining, though, you will not find it here.