Jason Scott

Celiac

Reviews


  • Carnation Cafe

    5 starsDecember 17, 2014

    Disneyland Park, Disneyland Dr, Anaheim, CA 92802

    When we put our name in at the Carnation Cafe they asked about allergies. I told them I had Celiacs, but don't really expect them to cater to me. When we sat down the chef came out to go over the menu with me. There are several items like chili on the menu that are gluten free and they substituted their brioche bun for a gluten free bun. As anyone that was a foodie before celiacs knows, there is no such thing as good gluten free bread, but as time goes by it is getting better. Their gf bun was actually pretty good!Now for the best part, not only did the chef take my order, but he prepared it and delivered it to me to avoid cross contamination! As Disneyland has to cater to a lot of different folks they can't possibly have a gluten free facility, especially as we make up a very small portion of the population. That said, they went way above and beyond. I left feeling pretty sure I would not get sick... And I didn't! Note to all of the haters out there: Disneyland no longer has a Gluten Free list because of all of the Celiacs that gave them a hard time over certification. Please stop trying to make your problem everyone else's responsibility! It is causing businesses to avoid trying to help us!

  • California Chicken Cafe

    1 starsOctober 11, 2014

    15601 Ventura Blvd, Encino, CA 91436

    The staff has no training and they don't take any precaution to prevent cross contamination. It's a shame because this is a Resturant that could easily cater to Celiacs.

  • Wendy's

    3 starsJune 10, 2013

    6181 Sepulveda Boulevard, Van Nuys, CA 91411

    Their baked potatoes and chili are gluten free. I was starving and it did the trick! I was greatfull that they have a gluten free menu on their website. The staff confirmed they have a separate fryer for their fries.