Lydia

Celiac

Reviews


  • Nebo

    5 starsJuly 18, 2014

    520 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02210

    They have homemade pasta that is prepared in a desperate facility to avoid cross-contamination. My waitress had gluten intolerance and easily knew the ins and outs of Celiac. The pasta was the best gluten free pasta I have ever had. Because it has been so long since I have tasted real pasta, my Italian father tried a bite. He said he would have a hard time distinguishing it from its gluten-filled cousin. I have grown up with homemade recipes passed down through generations, so I was devastated to have such disappointing pasta options. Normally the GF pasta is grainy in texture or tastes like corn. Somehow this restaurant made their rice pasta to be able to compete with regular pasta.

  • P.F. Chang's

    1 starsJune 17, 2014

    215 Interstate 20 Frontage Road, Arlington, TX 76018

    I was happily surprised that the gluten free menu was part of the main menu. However, I was suspicious that it was only geared toward the fad diet. When my soup came out, the waiter brought out the little crispy noodles. As I had explained Celiac to him before ordering, I briefly questioned him to confirm it was GF. He said it was made from rice, so I started eating. Several bites later, he came back from the kitchen, having checked with the chef, and the food was full of gluten. I have now been sick for several days. If you have a serious condition, I would not trust this restaurant.

  • Chipotle

    5 starsJune 09, 2014

    4484 Bryant Irvin Rd., Fort Worth, TX 76102

    They went through the line with me, changed all the spoons, and changed their gloves. Very small chance of cross-contamination and VERY understanding.

  • On the Border

    1 starsJune 09, 2014

    4411 Bryant Irvin Rd, Ft. Worth, TX 76132

    Chips and even corn tortillas are cooked on universal surfaces with wheat. Some options for gluten free, but high possibilities of cross-contamination. I was not able to order anything off the menu.