Laurel

Reviews


  • Royal Street Cafe

    5 starsJuly 19, 2013

    7600 Royal Street, Park City, UT 84060

    If you are GF or not, and looking for a great place to eat lunch, you MUST try Royal Street Cafe. We have been vacationing in Park City for years, and always make it a point to visit this restaurant. Lovely and beautiful scenery greats you as you dine near the chairlifts and mountain. A covered patio really makes the experience even more special. I ordered off the GF menu, and so did my husband (he is not GF, but we wanted to share our meals). We shared the Chinese Chicken Salad, as well as the Turkey Bacon sandwich on toasted Udi's bread. Delicious and well worth the higher prices.

  • Eating Establishment

    4 starsJuly 19, 2013

    317 Main St, Park City, UT 84060

    The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is because I don't like restaurants that have a separate incomplete (read: doesn't list what the menu item includes, nor does it include prices, so you have to hold 2 menus and refer back-and-forth) GF menu. Besides that, I found this restaurant to be knowledgeable, and they even had GF toast available (for an additional charge). We went for breakfast during the week (a Thursday morning about 9:30am) and were seated straight away. Friendly staff, clean, and nice atmosphere. I ordered the L.E.O. scrambler (lox, egg, onion, with dill). I opted out of any toast, and substituted fresh fruit for my hashbrowns. The smoked fish with the other ingredients was so amazing. Also, loved that when we ordered coffee, they brought a pot to the table for us to serve ourselves! No having to wait for refills. My non-GF family members were all pleased with their meals as well, which ranged from omelets and pancakes, to huevos rancheros.

  • Reyes Adobe Restaurant

    5 starsJuly 19, 2013

    710 Main Street #101, Park City, UT 84060

    We have been visiting Park City for years, but had never tried Reyes Adobe before this most recent trip. I went based on this app and the only other review. So glad I did! My entire family was pleased with theIr meals. I am the only one who needs to eat GF, but I believe the rest of my family inadvertently ate GF meals, as this restaurant has almost no gluten on the menu. I ordered the Carne Asada, and it was KILLER! I couldn't have been happier. Their chips and salsa were great, too, and the atmosphere was very nice. We sat outside and it was peaceful and quiet. Located just one block off Main Street's hustle and bustle, this was a nice gem of a find. I will be going back, and can't wait to do so. Nice food presentation, as well, and good prices for what we got.

  • Taste of Thai

    5 starsJuly 08, 2013

    3763 Center Park Drive, West Jordan, UT 84084

    The owner was our server. Great info regarding GF options, and she was friendly, too! We ordered the Shrimp Spring Rolls with Peanut Sauce, a rice noodle dish, and a beef/veg dish. All were GF, all were delicious, and I have been back 2x since just to get the spring rolls to go! Yummy, GF, and a nice, clean atmosphere!

  • Angie's Restaurant

    4 starsJuly 08, 2013

    690 North Main Street, Logan, UT 84321

    We were recommended Angie's from the Marriott front desk worker. She said that is where all the locals eat. We wanted a nice breakfast. Didn't even know about GF options, but decided to throw caution to the wind and try it out without any research (very uncharacteristic of me). What can I say...I was hungry and decided I could at least get eggs! We were seated right away, despite a large crowd waiting in the lobby...we were only a party of 3, so that is probably why. Our server was knowledgeable about GF options, and said that use real eggs for their omelets (unlike some places that ad gluten-containing fillers to their eggs for omelets), and she even indicated that they offered GF toast. Whaaaa??? I was a bit shocked that a local place like Angie's would have a GF bread option. And at no additional charge. Whaaaa????I ordered a vegetarian omelet, which came with fried hash browns, and my GF toast. It was delicious. The coffee was great, too, and the servers were wonderful about keeping that coffee full. My daughter had regular pancakes off the kid's menu (she got 3 pancakes drizzled in strawberries/strawberry sauce and topped with whipped cream, and my husband got the Denver omelet with a pancake (the pancake was not GF...just wanted to add that). We were all happy, and satisfied. Great, friendly service, and knowledgeable staff. Hard to find that combo!

  • Tandoori Oven

    5 starsJuly 08, 2013

    720 East 1000 North, Logan, UT 84321

    This Indian restaurant was suggested by a friend of mine who lives in Logan, and she said it was some of the best Indian food in Utah. When my family and I pulled up, we actually chuckled. It is connected to a Sinclair gas station. We didn't know what to think, but decided to go on in and see for ourselves what it was like. The restaurant is nice. Traditional Indian décor, and the smell was AMAZING! We had great service, our meals came out in good time, and they were delicious. Beyond delicious! My daughter loved every bite, as did we! Our server was knowledgeable about gluten, and even double-checked on something for me before we ordered. Great food, friendly service. I will definitely go back next time we are in Logan.No gluten reactions, which is always a sign of success!!!As we were pulling away after a very satisfying meal, I turned to my husband and said, "Well, that just goes to show you, you can't judge a book by it's cover."

  • Aggie Ice Cream

    5 starsJuly 08, 2013

    750 N 1200 E, Logan, UT 84321

    I have been going to Aggie Ice Cream my entire life, while my family stops in Logan. This is the first year I have had to worry about GF options. When I asked the staff about GF options, they told me that everything was okay, except for the flavors that contained cookies. When I decided on what I was going to order (Maple Nut), they asked me if I preferred them to get a "clean scoop" and I said yes, although I didn't know what that meant. The server proceeded to get an entirely new 5-gallon bin of ice cream, get a clean ice cream scoop, and dished me out. AWESOME! So good.

  • Pizza Pie Cafe

    4 starsJuly 08, 2013

    25 East 1400 North, Logan, UT 84341

    We decided to try Pizza Pie Café while on a little stop-over in Logan, based on this app. and reviews. I was pleasantly surprised. Ever since I found out I can't have gluten, I don't get too excited about going to new restaurants because I never know how much the staff is familiar with GF. Upon entering, we were greeted by the most friendly, up-beat manager, Oliver. He explained how the restaurant works (for non-GFers, they just pay and use the pizza, pasta, and salad bars, and for GFers, they pay $2 more and can get an entire GF pizza and a serving of GF pasta, plus the endless salad bar). He had a lot of knowledge about gluten, and knew which pizza toppings I could not have, even suggesting alternatives. I ended up getting 1/2 FIREFIGHTER pizza and 1/2 make-your-own. I was still skeptical. We headed to the pasta station, and my family got their food. We headed to the pizza station (which was pretty impressive with loads of regular and dessert pizzas) and my family got their food. We headed to the salad bar, where we all got our food. ALL their dressings are GF, according to the manager. Their Italian and poppyseed dressings were a bit too gooey, but the ranch was really yummy. I used ranch and some balsamic vinegar. I really liked that they had spinach for a green leafy option. Upon sitting down, my pizza was brought to me after about 5 minutes. It was hot, delicious, and a very thin crust. YUMMY. I enjoyed that pizza! I had to wait for quite a while for my pasta, which the manager cooked personally, and was very apologetic at how long it took. I got the sauce on the side (half pesto - YUM, and half marinara - YUM). The pasta wasn't quite cooked and could have probably used another minute or two, but I appreciated the effort. Also, with all the pizza I ate, I really wasn't interested in pasta. Overall, a great deal for the money, and I had NO REACTION to anything, which I consider a huge success. Will be trying out the Midvale location here, shortly, and will post my review on that as well. Obviously cross-contamination may be an issue if you are sensitive to such. My pizza was baked on a separate pan, and my pasta was cooked in it's own water in the back, not by the other noodles at the pasta station, so I believe the staff are doing their best to make sure no one gets sick. Thanks to Oliver in Logan. He helped make the experience wonderful for me and my family.