1314 NW Glisan St, Portland, OR 97209
Amazing Peruvian food with a nice size gluten free menu. This is an upscale restaurant, with friendly and formal staff. Don't mistake this for the staff being pretentious. It is pricy, but worth it. Tapas are generally served "family style" and are meant to be shared. Bring a group, order family style, and explore all the tastes Andina has to offer.
8601 SW 24th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
No separate prep or cooking area, but when I told them I have celiac they were very careful. I have eaten at 3 locations with no probllem. For gluten free pancakes, have them add the cottage cheese. It may sound strange, but the pancakes come out moist and delicious.
6600 SW Cardinal Lane, Tigard, OR 97224
This is a mixed review. Where I go the severs will make a salad plate from closed food containers stored under the salad bar. They change gloves too. Some gf soup, chili, but workers repeatedly stir soups with a spatula, wipe it off, and then stir the next soup with the same spatula. After bringing this to the manager's attention again and again, the workers now take the soup to the back, and bring them back out stirred. Also, gluten free options, once listed online monthly, are listed too late (often half way through the month).
21170 SW Adams Avenue, Sherwood, OR 97140
It's an average chain restaurant that serves burgers, but where they excel is how they handle allergy issues. They are very careful with cross contamination. If they make a mistake, talk to a manager, they will make it right. Gluten free menu is online; just ask for the iPad for allergy options if you don't have a smart phone.
2301 NW Savier St, Portland, OR 97210
Why list gluten free options on a menu and then tell you it's probably not gluten free due to small, cramped, busy kitchen? Place is so small and crowded that you can't hold a conversation with the person next to you.
13050 SW Pacific Hwy, Tigard, OR 97223
Ate here once. No one knew what gluten free was. They called the manager at home who walked them through everything. Food was good, no cross contamination. Will only come back if staff is trained how to cook and serve gluten free.
9699 Southwest Washington Square Road, Tigard, OR 97223
They have some gluten free options that are delicious. Very careful about cross contamination.
16155 NW Cornell Rd, Beaverton, OR 97006
Great gluten free soups.
1255 NW 185th Ave, Beaverton, OR 97006
Anthony is the best. Be sure to tell them you are sensitive to cross contamination. They gloves, use separate knives, and will also cook gluten free tempura in separate oil. Ask for gluten free soy sauce.
11146 SW Barnes Road, Portland, OR 97225
I've been eating here for years. While I can get a gluten free meal here, the ckicken and salmon is often overcooked, and steaks often come out undercooked or overcooked (rare does not mean raw, and I mean RAW). The other problem is the new gluten free menu: Items that used to be gluten free (w/modifications are gone) like burgers w/o buns, prime rib w/o ajus, lamb shank w/o sauce. Was it really that hard to leave off items to make them gluten free? We used to eat here once a week. Not anymore. It's not a good value for what we pay for.
3435 SW Cedar Hills Blvd, Beaverton, OR 97005
I love this place and I am a die hard meat eater. I have celiac and never have a problem here. I love the nachos.
1888 Northwest 188th Avenue, Hillsboro, OR 97006
I have celiac disease so I was nervous about trying the gluten free pizza. I grilled the person taking my order over the phone. They work hard to minimize the risk of cross contamination. I enjoyed the LARGE gluten free pizza. I've eaten here twice and will eat here again.
7575 Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway, Hillsboro, OR 97123
I love Reedville. Gluten free menu has lots of options, servers are courteous and helpful when ordering from gluten free options. Can't go wrong with the gluten free breakfast choices.
2405 SE Tualatin Hwy., Hillsboro, OR 97123
New gluten free menu is great. I can order french onion soup (with modifications) and chili now. Be sure to check gluten free app each time you order or ask for the Ipad. Some locations have better service than others.
1415 NW 185th Ave, Beaverton, OR 97006
I have celiac disease. I have eaten here many times (20 +) and I have not had a problem at all. When ordering gluten free I make sure to let them know I have a severe allergy and that I can get very sick from cross contamination. As there is wheat in the kitchen there is always a risk of cross contamination. The only 100% safe place for me is cooking my own food at home. The risk is small and I am comfortable eating here.
1225 N.W. Waterhouse Ave., Beaverton, OR 97006
I ask the staff to make up my plate from the veggies and lettuce that have not been put out yet to reduce the chance of cross contamination. They have a blog online that lists what is gluten free; most, if not all of the dressings are listed as gluten free, however, I bring my own dressing.
2660 NW 188th Avenue, Hillsboro, OR 97124
Gluten free buns are very good. I usually
2048 NW Stucki Ave., Hillsboro, OR 97124
Good tacos and bowl. Make sure to ask the person making your order change to clean gloves and ask that the same person make your order from start to finish, to help prevent cross contamination.
225 E 17th St, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
Has gluten free menu for restaurant but when I went to order and asked about measures to prevent cross-contamination I was told basically none were taken and even though they have a gluten free menu nothing it's considered gluten free.