• Dolce Amelia

    5 starsJuly 08, 2014

    800 North 800 East, Orem, UT 84097

    I'm in love with gelato and was thrilled to see this place open up right near my home. I went in hoping it would all be gluten free, sadly it wasn't. Instead the owner contacted his suppliers and was able to get back to me the next day and let me know what is gluten free and safe for me. He has food allergies and took my concerns seriously and seemed genuinely happy to be able to serve me when I came back. There are plenty of gluten free flavors available and I can't wait to try them all!

  • Eleanor's Bake Shop

    5 starsSeptember 19, 2013

    9495 S 560 W, Sandy, UT 84070

    I've absolutely loved everything I've tried. Mostly I get baked goodies, but I also have a soft spot for arepas. Love having a gluten free bakery with no risk of contamination.

  • Rodizio Grill

    5 starsSeptember 19, 2013

    749 West 100 North, American Fork, UT 84003

    I've been here a few times and have always been treated well by the staff. They all seem to be well educated on what I can and can't eat and the salad bar is well marked. Few things are as indulgent and satisfying as being able to eat the bread that they bring to the table. Love love love this place!

  • Pizza Pie Cafe

    1 starsSeptember 19, 2013

    2235 N University Pkwy, Provo, UT 84604

    I only ate here once. I got terribly ill from cross contamination. I had both pizza and pasta so I'm not sure which it was that made me sick. Frankly though the pizza was awful. The texture of the crust was like sand in play-doh and I'm just not willing to risk my health again to see if the problem was the pasta. Even though it is cheap beyond compare, I wouldn't eat that pizza again if someone paid me it was so awful.

  • The Pie Pizzeria

    5 starsSeptember 19, 2013

    10627 South Redwood Road, So. Jordan, UT 84095

    Thrilled to be able to get pizza without having to turn ordering dinner into the Spanish Inquisition. It is perfectly safe here to simply order. With a gluten free kitchen and specific practices in place, these guys know what they're doing. The price may seem a bit high (my pizza was about $20) but once you taste it all thoughts of the price will go right out of your head. The toppings are piled on and are top quality. The crust still gets perfectly done and crisped. I have never had a better gluten free pizza, and I frankly don't think I ever will. My gluten eating husband enjoyed his regular pizza, and they also offer vegan options so its a great place to bring everyone when you need to suit a lot of people.