2000 Colonial Ave, Norfolk, VA 23517
No dedicated gf menu here, but I can eat any of the basic sushi items and the miso soup and have never gotten sick (wasabi is also fine). The staff are so, so nice and welcoming and the sushi is the best I've had in Hampton Roads. They take really good care of their customers. Bring your own gf soy sauce or coconut aminos, though!
333 Waterside Dr., Norfolk, VA 23510
This location is pretty sub-standard. I was really unimpressed when my fiancé and I ordered the prime rib to split and ended up getting the heel end of it that didn't even have any filet on it. And we ordered the largest size! As for gluten-free it's like any other chain Outback: decent selection, but the quality just isn't there at this one.
330 West 21st Street, Norfolk, VA 23517
The staff was incredibly nice and the manager came over and asked if it was a dietary choice or if I had celiac and was very knowledgeable and kind. The pizza crust was fantastic! Best I've had so far in VA. Very flavorful. I'll be back soon. Update: when I went first they had an amazing gf crust. Pretty sure they're just using a restaurant-sized Udi's crust now. REALLY not worth the price. If they get the old crust back, I'd be more willing to pay the price for it. The broccoli/chicken pasta dish is very tasty, though, and I've ordered it on two occasions! The burger I had on a fourth visit was good, but pretty ordinary.
2500 Church St., Norfolk, VA 23504
Good quality of food (grassfed/fresh) but BEWARE. The bread is heated in a toaster that has normal bread in it, the cooktop is heavily contaminated, and there is no separate prep area. When I saw the bread go in the toaster and asked about it, the cook was completely unaware of cross contamination. If you are sensitive, make them very aware and just get a cold sandwich in a lettuce wrap. The ingredients are high quality, but if it touches any of the cooking areas, you're going to get sick. I had cold roast beef with lettuce, tomato, and a dressing I made certain was gf. Just be careful.
2010 Colley Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23517
This place is super yummy and very gluten-free friendly. Everything is very fresh. The drinks are a little overpriced for what they are, but if you get a specialty cocktail it's a little more worth it. The food, though, is fantastic. Especially the slaw!!
1517 Colley Ave, Norfolk, VA 23517
Way overpriced for tiny amounts and the pizza I had really was not any different than a cheap frozen pizza I could heat up at home. Staff was friendly, but for a celiac it's too pricey for bad quality. I won't go back if I can avoid it.
441 Granby St, Norfolk, VA 23510
I get sick here occasionally from cross contamination and the staff doesn't take it very seriously despite trying to explain, but the food is very good. I recommend it, but be specific and firm with the staff.