Erin

Reviews


  • Outback Steakhouse

    4 starsMarch 31, 2014

    4505 Sherwood Way, San Angelo, TX 76904

    Huge gluten free menu. I never get sick. Salads are tricky just ask they bring it out separate and mix it yourself to ensure they didn't mix it in the same container as the others with croutons.

  • The Spread

    4 starsMarch 13, 2014

    2010 South Bridge Street, Brady, TX 76825

    The only place in Brady that has gluten free items. The owner's grandson has celiac along with other food allergies. This is a BBQ place. She made everything on the pit (all the meats brisket, chicken, etc) seasoned with gluten free seasoning so you can order any item off the pit. The only thing you need to avoid is the sauces (but they give you the option to have them or not) they carry gluten free buns and use a separate toaster. You can ask for a gluten free menu and it has a whole explained section including her family's story about why they are gluten free. I enjoy the stuffed spud. It's a baked potato with brisket. I eat here often and never get sick.

  • Vegeria Vegan Tex-Mex & American Cuisine

    3 starsMarch 10, 2014

    8407 Broadway St, San Antonio, TX 78209

    If your not vegan don't eat here. I ate here because I have celiac and all the other dedicated gluten free places were closed on Mondays. I am not vegan but thought hey it can't be that bad, and at least I'm guaranteed not to get sick. Well the food was not my cup of tea. It was terrible lol. So if your vegan do your thing. But if your gluten free and looking for a place try somewhere else first.

  • Sushi Zushi

    4 starsMarch 09, 2014

    203 S St Mary's, San Antonio, TX 78205

    If your craving sushi and have celiac disease like I do, feel free to go here. Service was not as good as it could be. But the waiter was nice and listened to my concerns. The menu does suck, it lists the sushi roll items in the back that are gluten free but doesn't list the ingredients. So you have to flip through the 7 page menu find the item to see what's in it and if that's what you want. They did prepare my meal separately to avoid cross contamination and also brought me GF soy sauce. I get sick easily and I feel fine. I had 3 sushi rolls! All were good. It does take some time to get your food but it's sushi, and they have to prepare it special to suit our GF needs so I didn't mind being patient.

  • The Little Aussie Bakery & Cafe

    5 starsMarch 09, 2014

    3610 Avenue B, San Antonio, TX 78209

    Very good! Best GF bread I've ever tasted. Had some type of breakfast sandwich (can't remember what it was called) but it tasted amazing kinda like an egg mcmuffin. The waffles were to die for! I'm very sensitive to gluten (celiac disease) and I had no problems after eating here. Staff was very friendly.

  • Wild Wood Bake House

    5 starsMarch 07, 2014

    3016 Guadalupe St #200, Austin, TX 78705

    This place rocks!! After reading other peoples reviews I was nervous but I have no idea what they are crying about!!! I am a full on celiac, I get sick easy. First off the whole place is gluten free 100%!! It feels great to walk in a place and be able to order whatever you want off the menu. Our waitress was awesome and very friendly. I kept asking her if she was sure everything was gluten free and she assured me I could eat with no worries and I did. I recommend the chicken fried steak! It was the best one I've ever had even before I was diagnosed. Me and my partner shared that and the enchiladas. We had onion rings that tasted like the real thing! Then for dessert I had a ding dong. Everything was amazing and I didn't get sick at all. We went at 3pm to avoid a wait. It was very clean and open in there, they offered all kinds of desserts. The only thing I didn't care for was the toast, but I had plenty of other amazing things to enjoy. If your like me and have to abide by a gluten free lifestyle this is seriously the place to eat. I wish it wasn't so far away from where I love or I would visit this place often.