310 Daniel Webster Hwy, Nashua, NH 03060
Celiac's- I love this place! I have eaten there many times and never had an issue at all. The gf menu is HUGE and amazing. They are extremely knowledgable and understanding about celiac disease and even offer a gf roll! Highly recommend. At this point it's the only restaurant where I feel 100% safe eating.
262 Daniel Webster Hwy, Nashua, NH 03060
Celiac's- look at the back of items labeled GF before buying them- some are processes on machinery with gluten. Made that mistake once. Other than that their food is amazing and they have a huge list of potential items that you can request or get online to help you shop!
259 Daniel Webster Hwy, Nashua, NH 03060
I have celiac disease and I did have a severe reaction one out of about 8 times that I've been there. BUT I contacted management who assured me they would speak to their staff. They were great about it And made me feel safe to eat there again. The food is amazing and they even offer some appetizers gf!
14 Railroad Square, Nashua, NH 03064
FYI- The cheese is NOT gf. I had an awful experience. I have celiac disease and I let them know when I got there. They assured me it was safe for me. I ordered the only gf option on the menu- a cheese pizza. After I ordered I had a gut feeling to check that the cheese was gf. They came back and said it was not. They said if I wanted something gf it would have to be a "cheese" pizza with vegan cheese. So I did. I was violently ill for 10 days after. Obviously it was not prepared in a gf kitchen. It was a waste of money, the food was nasty, There was only one "safe"- not actually safe- option, and I don't trust anything they say now. Unfortunately, my best friends's mother in law had her rehearsal dinner there to accommodate ME shortly after- not knowing my experience- because they told her it was gf and safe for me. I couldn't eat with everyone at the rehearsal dinner and I am extremely disgusted with the dishonesty that the Portland Pie Company has exhibited when it comes to my very sever autoimmune disease. I would prefer them just say "sorry it's not safe for you to eat here". Moral of the story: if you have celiac- don't bother. The end.