1013 Richmond Ave., Staunton, VA 24401
Usual well-trained staff like most Five Guys locations. As soon as I said "no bun" the cashier asked if I had an allergy and notified the kitchen.
1027 Richmond Ave, Staunton, VA 24401
I'll echo previous comments... food was excellent with plenty of options (including soy sauce and a yumyum sauce). Staff was attentive and knowledgeable about ingredients and cross-contamination. They cooked the equivalent of one of the hibachi entrees on a separate surface in their kitchen for me.
9 E Queens Way, Hampton, VA 23669
Staff is well trained and attentive. Specialty pizzas are tasty!
340 W 22nd St, Norfolk, VA 23517
Fabulous, excellent food. Staff very well trained, LOTS of great options (including vegetarian & vegan).
401 W Duke of Gloucester St, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Good food options, although marking them clearly on the menu would be much more helpful (currently, you have to ask the server or host). Staff needs more solid training too, although they were better than average - just make sure you ask questions. They initially served me fries (no gluten ingredients, but shared fryer). Glad I did ask to make sure, but they were nice about replacing with another side. My meal itself was very good.
11712 Jefferson Ave, Newport News, VA 23606
Dinner menu has gf options marked. I went for the lunch buffet and the manager was very knowledgeable about which items might have ingredient or cc issues. Another celiac overheard the conversation & said he eats everything on the buffet except naan at least once a week and has never been sick. Food was fantastic.
12551 Jefferson Avenue, Jefferson Commons Shopping Center, Newport News, VA 23602
Not safe for celiacs... staff has little to no idea what gluten actually is or about cross-contamination.
4401 W Claiborne Square, Hampton, VA 23666
Only visited once so far, but good experience. GF options clearly marked on their regular menu, with good options (nachos, sweet potato fries, entrees other than salads). Staff seems trained, too - my server was aware of hidden ingredients and cross-contamination issues and told me they had several separate fryers for different types of allergens. Inform your server if you are Celiac so they know to change gloves, etc.
115 Arthur Way, Newport News, VA 23602
Good menu, lots of options!
101 West Queens Way, Hampton, VA 23669
Tasty soups/stews, good variety of salads, my favorite is the quiche. Staff seems a little unsure but owner is knowledgeable. Eaten here several tomes with no reactions. Server told us they can also do gf cupcakes/cakes if ordered in advance.
410 West Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, VA 23185
VERY accomodating. All the staff was very knowledgeable. Many menu items don't have gluten and we were told they can modify the others to remove the gluten.
1956 Laskin Rd, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454
Some advice: don't trust the buffet, ask for a menu - it will be SO much fresher, cooked by the chef specifically for someone with an intolerance, and not overpriced. Server was fairly knowledgeable and quickly offered to ask the chef of anything he wasn't sure of. He brought me a copy of the menu with the gluten free items marked on it. I had a really delicious broiled mahi with a mango sauce on the side, and a baked potato and steamed zucchini. My meal did come with a salad from the salad bar, and unfortunately only one dressing (Italian) was gluten free.
19 E Beverley St, Staunton, VA 24401
Pizza was really good! However, the staff needs a little more training - the server seemed very unsure and couldn't really give me an answer when I asked to double check ALL the toppings are gluten free. (They offer a hot sauce, a General Tso's Chicken pizza, and a few others that were red flags for me.) I decided to play it safe and get only veggies, but it was fantastic.
4902 Courthouse St, Williamsburg, VA 23188
Great pizza! Crust is pretty good, toppings are delicious. Overall a good experience as far as gluten-free dining goes. However, make sure you ask which toppings are NOT gf - they could tell me which pre-designed pizzas have the gluten, but not the specific toppings. :( Also note that the on-tap rootbeer has gluten! I contacted the company (Old Dominion Brewing Company) afterward to be sure. The staff at zpizza served it to me without batting an eyelash after I asked several questions about the GF pizzas, so they probably don't know. I've eaten here several times, and except for the root beer incident, I've never had a reaction afterward.