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  • Thai Destination

    5 starsFebruary 04, 2014

    17620 140th Ave SE C3, Renton, Washington 98058

    We took a group of people to Thai Destination the other night and were very pleasantly surprised. The food was really great and the owners were incredibly friendly and compliant. Best of all, they were completely aware of gluten free and what on their menu was and what wasn't. They have homemade Thai iced coffee, which is delicious and gluten free, and the owner will even make it dairy free for you if you'd like by using coconut milk. I had it this way and thought it was awesome. We highly recommend this place.

  • Jus Bar

    4 starsJanuary 17, 2014

    4908 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98118

    We have been to Jus Bar many times, and quite honestly think they are some of the best sandwiches around. I have never tasted better roast beef. The owner gets it from somewhere local and it is free of antibiotics and all that kind of garbage. Their gluten free bread is really good and their pastrami sandwich has a mustard that's amazing. And if you tell the owner you can't have anything that has been cross contaminated with gluten, she will get out a fresh board to make your sandwiches and wash her knives. This is really a great place and I highly, highly recommend it.

  • Start Fresh Bakery, Deli & Natural Market

    3 starsNovember 27, 2013

    816 Southwest 152nd Street, Burien, WA 98166

    The only reason I am giving this place a 3 star rating, is because the food was so good. Anything that comes from their deli is guaranteed gluten free, and being a very sensitive celiac, I very much appreciate that. And this place is also a mostly gluten free grocery store, so they have some different things I hadn't seen before. However, they took 30 minutes to make 3 toasted ham sandwiches. They were delicious, but seriously, be prepared to wait!

  • Flat Iron Grill

    3 starsNovember 12, 2013

    317 Northwest Gilman Boulevard, Issaquah, WA 98027

    While the staff seemed pretty knowledgable about gluten free and most of the menu is gluten free, the price you pay for this restaurant is not worth it. The food was good, but for between $20 and $35 for a plate, I was looking for excellent. The scallops were grilled instead of cooked in a pan, causing the outside layer on both sides to be chewy. The artichoke appetizer was flat out boring. But I will say one thing, their house made fries in their dedicated fryer were delicious.

  • The Old Spaghetti Factory

    1 starsSeptember 14, 2013

    17100 Southcenter Pkwy #160, Tukwila, WA 98188

    On 2 trips, the first I ordered gluten free noodles with mizithra and then ordered the same thing on my second trip, and when they gave me curly pasta instead of spaghetti, I asked for the spaghetti that I had the first time and they told me that they don't have nor have they ever had gluten free spaghetti, gluten free only comes in the curly noodles. Therefore the first pasta caused a reaction two days later, which I thought was from something else, but couldn't figure out what it was. Thus if your noodles aren't curly don't eat them!

  • Coho Cafe

    2 starsSeptember 14, 2013

    6130 East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast, Issaquah, WA 98027

    We went for a night out with the family and were not impressed. The service was incredibly slow, they got one of our orders completely wrong and half of our dishes were bland and flavorless. If you have celiac, I wouldn't trust them to get your order right.

  • Chace's Pancake Corral

    5 starsAugust 02, 2013

    1606 Bellevue Way SE, Bellevue, WA 98004

    I really enjoyed my meal at this place. I had the gluten free pancakes and they were awesome. The waitress told us they spent two years developing a recipe that would work on their very hot grill. They had great flavor and reminded me of the pancakes my grandma used to make. They were obviously gluten free because they had a slightly more grainy texture, but I actually really enjoyed this. My friend is incredibly picky when it comes to gluten free food, and he really liked these. The service was great and the staff was very friendly. They did a great job poaching the eggs and the bacon was crispy and good. I hear the wait is long on the weekends, but we went during the week and only had to wait for a little bit. And the best part is that later in the day my friend, who is a very sensitive celiac, felt great. Hallelujah:-)