• Get Fresh Cafe

    3 starsMarch 15, 2014

    2500 Church St., Norfolk, VA 23504

    Great place 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.

  • Y Not Pizza & Italian Cuisine

    2 starsOctober 22, 2013

    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.

  • Rama Garden Thai

    3 starsOctober 22, 2013

    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.

  • Baker's Crust Catering

    5 starsOctober 22, 2013

    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.