801 Merrimac Trail, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Fantastic! Great gf pizza and best service of any restaurant we've been to. We came with a large party, and they arranged the restaurant to accommodate us. The waitress talked to the kids and treated them like human beings, even tried to entertain an upset baby to help out! The 14 inch gluten free pizza was amazing and cost the same as the little gf pizza at dominos. Wish we lived in the area!
6004 W Broad St, Richmond, VA 23230
It was ok. It definitely wasn't what I would call celiac safe. The waiter seemed shocked and confused by my asking for gluten free options, but was able to list some options which included soft spring rolls, pho, noodle dishes with white sauce, and stir fry with white sauce. He did take the time to verify what he said with the kitchen, which I appreciate. The lack of a dedicated gf menu was annoying. I hate having to depend on a waiter's knowledge of the food ingredients. They had omission beer (not considered celiac safe) and a hard cider. Out of a HUGE beer selection, they only had one viable choice for Celiacs. My husband isn't gluten free, and we were both left wondering what the buzz about Mekong was about. The food was good, but not as good as we were expecting based on the amount of hype around this place. It is also hard to enjoy a meal while wondering if you are going to get sick. I will say that the service was fast and pleasant, though.
7021 Three Chopt Road, Richmond, VA 23226
Gluten free restaurant!!! Amazing food and service. The kid's menu was good, and well rounded. The fish sticks were well appreciated! Seriously one of the best dining experiences in the Richmond area!
1217 E Cary St, Richmond, VA 23219
I was able to go out and have soup and a sandwich! It was a little expensive, but being celiac, I will pay for the ability to eat out on occasion. Plus, the quality of the food is well worth it! I had the mango and turkey sandwich and the ten veggie soup. The soup smelled so good, even passers by were commenting. (We were sitting in front of the beautiful open doors) the atmosphere is a bit yuppie, but the focus on good food and being green kind of causes that. It would be a great place to grab lunch with family or friends.
1017 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
Food was amazing, but there is no way it was one $. It cost us $50 for 2 adults and 2 kid meals. The adults got beef burgers and split an onion ring and the kids got grilled cheese and a hotdog. The restaurant was fun, the staff was kind, and the food was worth going back for. But just be forewarned they are not one $!