CeliacTwinsMom

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Mom to 5-year-old twins who have celiac disease.

Reviews


  • Rathskeller

    4 starsNovember 10, 2013

    260 East Main Street, Fredericksburg, TX 78624

    Ask for the GF menu. Not a lot of options, but grilled chicken and cheddar mashed potatoes were excellent. Grilled veggies were also generous and tasty.

  • Cooper's Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que

    4 starsJune 08, 2013

    604 West Young Street, Llano, TX 78643

    Excellent BBQ and worth the drive from Austin. The celiac twins have enjoyed the brisket, ribs, and chicken, as well as the potato salad with no ill effects on multiple occasions. We confirmed that there is no wheat/gluten in their sauce or the rub used on the meats. I won't risk sausage in general, so I didn't even ask.

  • La Gloria Ice House

    4 starsJune 08, 2013

    100 E Grayson St, San Antonio, TX 78212

    Great food, no issues. Lovely outdoor dining area that's dog- and duck-friendly. A must stop for us every time we go thru Alamo City.

  • The Little Aussie Bakery & Cafe

    4 starsJune 08, 2013

    3610 Avenue B, San Antonio, TX 78209

    The sandwiches are fine if you're a fan of their bread. The meat pies are yummy, but take a looong time.

  • Ruggles Green

    4 starsJune 08, 2013

    801 Town and Country Blvd, Houston, TX 77024

    Kids had no issues with their yummy Mac 'n cheese. Every one else's food was quite tasty as well. surprisingly quick given how busy they were at lunch. Outdoor seating OK for dogs, too, a nice plus for an on-the-road stop for lunch.

  • Mosquito Cafe

    3 starsJune 08, 2013

    628 14th St, Galveston, TX 77550

    The food was good, the gluten-free things well marked and treated, but they were very, very slow even outside of peak lunch time. That said, the menu had a lot of normal, not fried seafood dishes, compared to other island eateries.

  • Mario's Seawall Italian Restaurant

    3 starsJune 08, 2013

    628 Seawall Blvd, Galveston, TX 77550

    Safe gluten-free pizza, a real treat for my kiddos. Everything else was good, too, but pricey relative to quality ... maybe that's just island prices.

  • Zocalo

    4 starsJune 08, 2013

    1110 W Lynn St, Austin, TX 78703

    Food is always good, and some of the staff have been trained about gluten. They have GF corn tortillas to use for taco and quesadilla dishes.

  • Walton's Fancy and Staple

    4 starsJune 08, 2013

    609 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78701

    The food is good in general, but the GF offerings are limited to a few (tasty) composed salads and desserts.

  • P. Terry's

    4 starsJune 08, 2013

    4228 W William Cannon Dr, Austin, TX 78749

    The fryer is used only for fries, which have no batter, so they're safe for celiacs. Burgers and buns are not cooked on the same part of the grill. The celiac twins have never had a reaction to their bunless burgers. Quality ingredients.

  • Cafe Malta

    3 starsJune 08, 2013

    3421 W William Cannon Dr, Austin, TX 78745

    Fairly expensive relative to quality.