9320 S Village Shop Dr, Sandy, UT 84094
Only g.f items are lettuce, pico, guac and grilled chicken.
1616 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104
Very good! The cheese arepas were by far the best. The sauces served with it were pretty great too. Was not a fan of the chicken, it was missing something. It was by my hotel so I visited at least 5 times on my short trip. Not much gluten-free at the end of the strip before hitting downtown, so this was a great meal/snack place for me.
3200 Las Vegas Blvd. S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Amazing, fresh yet simple food. Great gluten-free menu and service!! I can't say enough about this place. Pricey, but worth it! If I'm ever in Vegas I will be there a few times.
3555 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
The chicken sandwich was very good! The bun was a little hard, but softened as I ate it. The fries were good as well. It was nice to feel "normal" and be able to eat a meal out. Not tons of options on the strip, so this is a good good to if you are in the area and want American food. The atmosphere is a little cheesy, but luckily wasn't as loud as I expected.
150 Las Vegas Boulevard North #120, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Very overrated. The lemon pasta with chicken iffy. The pasta and sauce was very good and lemony, but the chicken was disgusting. There were bones and tons of gristle. When I told the waiter he said it's because they pulled it from a chicken. And proceeded to treat the kitchen staff like morons in the open kitchen when telling them to try to remove the bones from the chicken. But what about all the fat and gristle? Beyond it's disgustingness there was no flavor. Finally when I complained to our host he took my pasta dish off the bill. My boyfriend had the truffle oil arugula flat bread pizza. The crust was good, but the entire thing was covered in arugula. He scraped most of it off and liked it. Very small menu-size and not even half as good as I expected. The place was dead on a Saturday night and the chairs were very uncomfortable. I wanted to love it, but couldn't.