112 Annapolis St, Annapolis, MD 21401
friendly, knowledgeable, helpful staff and delicious, healthy food. I want to eat here often!
45 West 39th Street, New York, NY 10018
We went in for their fresh juice, only to discover that they had gluten-free baked goods as well. The chocolate muffin with cream cheese filling was to die for. so was the apple ginger muffin. juices are decent too. the staff is friendly and knowledgeable. they said some of their lunch buffet is gluten-free too . we went back twice in a 3 day trip.
154 E 79th St, New York, NY 10075
I wish we had just gotten dessert and tea...the lunch gluten-free menu is pretty limited, and we weren't impressed by any of it. my black-bean pumpkin seed burger was very bland and tasteless...I ate the veggies and left most of the burger. the vegetable nori rolls aren't bad, but small portions for high prices. ambiance was nice, but I doubt we would go back.
227 Sullivan St, New York, NY 10012
My favorite meal our entire vacation! In a small but cute and cozy setting, with friendly staff and lots of clearly labeled options, nut- as well as gluten-free, with all options vegan and kosher. The kale and potato soup was spicy, good, and filling, especially since served with potato waffle bread. My husband got a spicy lentil soup that was also delicious. and the grilled nama-gori sandwich was delicious!
200 W 57th St, New York, NY 10019
Impressive gluten-free menu, including sushi, even tempura. The garden roll was decent, and the General Tao (tofu) was very good. even came with a side of broccoli. it was so nice to have gluten-free soy sauce at the table, too.
630 9th Ave, New York, NY 10036
The eggplant involtini was delicious! The socca was just okay--the crust is kind of greasy, and I didn't get the kind I requested. The lighting is very dim, great for ambiance, but bad for noticing that they gave you the wrong dish until after you've eaten some of it. Otherwise service was good, though, the manager checked on us, and the gluten-free menu was impressively large and diverse.
558 7th Ave, New York, NY 10018
Didn't enjoy this. The falafel isn't very good, and it's the only thing guaranteed to be gluten-free. I had a few of my husband's sweet potato fries and got sick from them.
12 Park Ave, New York, NY 10016
This was okay. The gluten-free menu is pretty small. None of their sushi is gluten-free. The wheat-free leek pancakes were good but really greasy, and the sea vegetable noodle dish I got didn't seem to have sea vegetables. My cotton frappe was the best thing I tried, but overall everything sad just ok.