• The Fat Cactus

    1 starsSeptember 17, 2014

    215 Broadway, Lynnfield, MA 01940

    NOT WORTH THE RISK. We did not even make it far enough to try the food to give it a rating. First, the waiter put his hands over his face in an effort to try to better remember what gluten free was when we asked. Second, he could not confirm if the food was prepared separately to avoid cross contamination or if it was simply made with gluten free ingredients. The last straw is that we asked to speak with a manager or cook and the waiter came back to say that they were "busy" but knew what we meant and would do their best. It was 2pm on a weekday and there was only 4 other people in the restaurant. Clearly, a food allergy is not their priority.

  • Mint Bistro

    4 starsAugust 19, 2013

    1105 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101

    Great gluten free selections right on the menu that really are gluten free options (and not merely menu items that they will modify to become gluten free). It seemed like half of the menu was gluten free. We sat at the bar and the bartender seemed very informs on how to handle a celiac gluten free order.

  • Wild Willy's Burgers

    1 starsAugust 18, 2013

    765 Us Route 1, York, ME

    The burgers are great and they advertise as gluten free. The front end staff, however, has had an attitude each time my family has been here and has ordered a celiac meal. I know that it takes a cook's attention to make a celiac meal more than a normal meal and it might be a challenge when the kitchen is busy, but IF THEY ADVERTISE THAT THEY ARE GLUTEN FREE THEN THEY SHOULD BE PREPARED TO DEAL WITH IT WITHOUT MAKING ME FEEL GUILTY ABOUT IT! Never a good feeling when you see the cook roll his eyes and complain to the front staff when a celiac order comes in. My wife and kids did not choose to have Celiacs and we are grateful whenever a restaurant offers them any option to eat out but we are choosing not to eat here anymore.