• Bennett's

    3 starsAugust 02, 2015

    105 W Chance a La Mer NE, Ocean Shores, WA 98569

    Bennett's was very noisy and my friends and I could hardly hear each other. However, with enough questioning of the right staff person I was able to confirm that the gluten-free taco and french fries were actually prepared in a manner that avoid cross-contamination. The first staff person, who took my order, did not tell me I would be getting french fries and at first I didn't eat them because I wasn't sure there was a separate preparation oil. But then I found out there was, after I was done with my meal, so I took the french fries to go and they were very good. I am going to wait to see if I have any reaction before I would consider higher than a three star rating.

  • Moby Dick

    1 starsAugust 02, 2015

    788 Point Brown Ave NE, Ocean Shores, WA 98569

    Moby Dick does not have a gluten-free menu and they do not know how to avoid cross-contamination. They don't have any separation of preparation. I was surprised at the five-star ratings. As someone with celiac, I decided I could not stay because I wouldn't be able to get something I could eat.

  • Smiling Moose Deli

    1 starsMarch 30, 2015

    2631 W Main St, Bozeman, Mt 59718

    Times I have gone there before they would say they accommodated me with celiac. But today unfortunately they said no they were not celiac friendly. No they could not guaranteeavoiding cross-contamination.

  • Wheat's End Cafe

    5 starsJanuary 25, 2015

    2873 North Broadway, Chicago, IL 60657

    Delicious brunch! Great to find a dedicated facility with good food! Took a pastry to go. And definitely will return!

  • Off the Eatin' Path

    5 starsJanuary 14, 2015

    1532 Ellis Street #102, Bozeman, MT 59715

    The chef and staff are exceedingly knowledgeable and careful. A small space for eating. Located in a rehab building. Lots of parking. Great menu of sandwiches! They also have gf soups every day. Breakfasts and lunches. Very friendly. What a find!

  • Nova Cafe

    5 starsAugust 01, 2014

    312 E Main St, Bozeman, Mt 59715

    I especially love the Eggs Benedict. They have two kinds of gluten-free Udis bread as well as a gluten-free roll. There are at least two and possibly more types of eggs Benedict that can be provided completely Gluten-Free and they are very good about avoiding cross-contamination. Their quinoa salad is also wonderful. Those are my two favorites but there are other options too. Just tell your server if you have celiac and they will make sure to take care of you. The one downside is that they are very popular and very noisy. And sometimes there is a considerable wait. In the late spring and summer they do have some outside seating as well.

  • The Fieldhouse Cafe

    5 starsJuly 17, 2014

    2601 Minnesota Avenue #3, Billings, MT 59101

    Chicken w. Strawberry, almonds, spinach wrap for lunch, I left out the spinach - very tasty. Wrap was gf and rice flour based. Roast chicken, risotto, asparagus dinner. Also really good! Great restaurant, informal setting, excellent staff. Made eating a joy while visiting in Billings.

  • Uno Chicago Grill

    1 starsJune 24, 2014

    82 Providence Pl, Providence, RI 02903

    I am assuming I am not going to get sick from last Night's dinner but the herb rubbed chicken texture was like pressed chicken, not real chicken breast, from the lines on the outside it appeared grilled, and I don't know whether their grill used anything on it at any time with Gluten. To add to the sad picture, the chicken was tasteless. On the other hand the steamed broccoli was fine and so was the brown rice with craisins.

  • Cateye Cafe

    5 starsMay 29, 2014

    23 N Tracy Ave, Bozeman, Mt 59715

    Owner has gf relative, staff is very knowledgeable, many breakfast items gluten free, some lunch items too. I have celiac and have eaten there often and never had a problem.