Love flavorful and healthy food
499 West Orange Show Road, San Bernardino, CA 92408
This location carries several gfree brands such as Udis frozen meals, Simply Balanced pastas, Mission tortillas, granola, and Tyson chicken tenders to name a few. Definitely worth a stop if you have access to heating up or cooking your own food.
623 Orange Street, Redlands, CA 92374
I didn't have a reaction or intestinal problem. Their gluten free crusts are kept separate and the preparer asked if I wanted her to change her gloves. SHE offered which was cool so I said yes. I was taken aback by her sigh and rolling her eyes. Somehow I felt bad. I replied that I was sorry, and I didn't have a choice as I had celiac disease. She half heartedly said, "No, it's okay." It kind of ruined the whole experience considering it was my birthday. I think they just need better training as to why people NEED gluten free versus those choosing it as a health trend.
629 Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98101
Separate gluten free menu with lots of options. I had the Chicken Piccata, and it was delicious.
1520 7th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101
Got a sandwich made on gluten free bread to take to the airport. They have numerous snack gfree items too: cookies, 3 types of fresh packaged banana breads (refrigeration section), cookies, a couple of muffin types, and packaged cookies.
93 Pike Street #204, Seattle, WA 98101
I had a savory crepe for lunch, and it was delicious. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 star is because the veggies weren't chopped up, making it difficult to chew like a lady, lol. I love fresh tomatoes and green onions but who wants to eat them in a crepe in 2" (tomato) and 1" (green onion) pieces? They used a different hot plate for mine than my Bf who got a regular crepe.
2001 Western Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
Had a great server who never hesitated to go ask the kitchen about an item being gluten free. The menu is clearly marked with "gf" for many things, but the chef's specials are not. She checked on everything for me and even came back 3 times until I was finally ready to order. Celiac disease and IBS make eating out difficult, but when it's for work, a person has to make do.
1620 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98122
In town for a work conference and I don't like crowds or loud restaurants. Got a large Tuscany pizza to go and even went back 2 days later since it was so a good. No reaction or upset digestion.
22583 Barton Rd, Grand Terrace, CA 92313
Gluten free crust but not 100% guarantee of no cross contamination, which they clearly disclose online and on the box when you get it. I've never had a problem.
1092 Hospitality Lane, Unit B, San Bernardino, CA 92408
If you've never read the story behind this restaurant chain, you're missing out. Everything is fresh, never made ahead and stored overnight. They support local growers and naturally raised meats. The best part though is the freshness of the flavors and you can't complain about the price either. I think the only item not Gfree on the menu is the burrito, which is basically the bowl anyway without the tortilla.
1045 E. Harriman Place, San Bernardino, CA 92408
I love BJ's! They were one of the first restaurants in my area to offer Gfree pizza, and it is to die for. You can build your toppings or pick one of their specialty options and they just make it on the Gfree crust. My favorites are the Mediterranean and BBQ chicken, mmm mmm! They do now offer the insanely high calorie Pizzookie as Gfree, but since I can't eat ice cream I easily avoid it.
6225 Riverside Plaza, Riverside, CA 92506
In my experience, Trader Joes continues to add Gfree options to their shelves and FINALLY at "real" prices. The items are next to gluten items, but are clearly labeled with a big green tag denoting Gfree. There are gluten free cereals, granola bars, snacks, pastas (yes, more than one!), oats, pre-packaged meals, meatballs, tons of sausage choices, pre-made waffles & pancakes...just to name a few!