45 State St, Northampton, MA 01060
I have celiace and I've been eating here for the past year-ish, I've never gotten sick and I have to say it is the best Indian food I've found in Massachusetts. The staff is well trained and their bread is amazing!!!!!!
151 Swinburne Row, Newport, RI 02840
Staff was extremely knowledgeable of Celiac disease. They don't have a glue free menu but the manager came over and spoke with me about my choice and what they can make gluten free. She also informed me that the fries are made in a different fryer than all the breaded foods and that she would go back and make sure the kitchen staff knew. I got the lobster roll on the gluten free roll and sweet potato fries. When the manager brought my food out, she brought the pickle out on a separate dish because she new that vinegar is some times made with wheat! My food was fantastic but I didn't eat the pickle. I highly recommend this place!
206 11th Street, NJ 08226
They have a large GF menue but they don't have a GF fryer or cook space. Not Celiac safe place.
10909 E 71st St, Tulsa, OK 74133
I'm a sensitive Celiac (I explained this) and I ordered the tamales, lime cilantro rice and vegetables with out seasoning. The vegetables looked like it had seasoning on them so I didn't eat them. I did however eat the Gluten free chips, which I was assured where prepared and cooked in an area and oven that was only used for gluten free items, the tamales and the cilantro lime rice oh and the salsa. I'm not sure where the gluten was but I got sick. It wasn't too bad so I'm guessing it was a contamination issue.
3200 East Airfield Drive, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Irving, TX 75038
I was in Dallas Ft worth international airport Monday May 19th 2014. I was excited when I read the good reviews for the TGI Fridays in both terminal A and C but I went to the on in terminal D. I didn't have time to sit and eat there so I placed a togo order and when I asked the person working the togo counter how they prepare a gluten free burger (because the menu doesn't say) she told me: "I don't know, I put in gluten free and it comes out gluten free". I told her that this is an allergy for me thinking that they have a code or button for that so they know to change out all of the cutting boards, knives and such but she just kept repeating that she puts gluten free in and it comes out gluten free. I should have walked away at that point but I took the gamble that the people in the back knew what they where doing. When my burger came out with fries I should have left the food and gotten my money back but I didn't have time to go anywhere else. I told her to take out the fries and then I cut the part of the burger off that was touching the fries. I still got sick, I got really sick, I'm still sick from it and its been 4 days. That was the worst glutening I've had in a while. Maybe their regular wait staff know what their doing but their togo people sure don't or maybe I just got their most incompetent employee (she thought wheat was gluten free)
3334 South Peoria Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74105
This is my favorite place to eat when I'm in town, everyone is educated and I've never gotten sick from eating here and I'm a sensitive Celiac. I also highly recommend Laffa in downtown. It's owned by the same people that own Cosmos so the staff have the same level of education and understanding of specialty diets. Laffa has a dedicated gluten free fryer so I've had the sweet potato fries and falafel, both where amazing.