Sensitive gluten intolerance. Will never know for sure about celiac - no way I'm gonna eat gluten to do further tests.
7007 Friars Rd, Fashion Valley, San Diego, CA 92108
There are lots of gluten-free items here, and they are clearly marked. I spoke to a manager who said to let them know when you have celiac or allergies, and the manager will personally oversee your meal. I suppose we should always be doing that, but I had been a little too trusting and pne time I found a gluten ingredient in my salad. It's a good restaurant, but don't necessarily rely on the ordering system alone - ask for a manager.
512 Via De La Valle #102, Solana Beach, CA 92075
very delicious. my sandwich had the best bread I've tasted in a long time. my new favorite.
7005 Navajo Road, San Diego, CA 92119
In Feb 2014, I gave this place 5 stars. The server was very helpful & understanding (her daughter has celiac). The vibe is a sweet, neighborhood place (all ages, sometimes a little loud). I particularly liked the crispy little pepperoni, the well-cooked pizza crust, and the chef salad which was simple but delicious. UPDATE in Aug 2014: 1st time back since Februrary, and unfortunately I'm not well since last night's dinner. I suspect it wasn't the kitchen, but some cc mishandling from our server who was dropping things and getting stuff wrong at nearby tables. My pizza crust wasn't cooked crispy, which was what I liked last time (it seemed like a standard Udi crust). I'm lowering my rating to the average of my two visits. For pizza, I'm gonna stick with my usual (mostly GIG) restaurants from now on.
1549 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
There was an unusual amount of miscommunication (although I didn't mind the extra glass of wine that just appeared). Delicious food & I felt fine afterward (although I was nervous based on the service). A good option I'll probably use again only when I'm already at the park. I can recommend their tortilla soup, wedge salad, halibut, and jidori chicken with grits.
901 5th Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
Had a wonderful 4-course meal. Our server was so helpful with our gluten free options that I felt completely safe. Even the drink menu specified gluten free. Their GIG training goes a long way towards putting me at ease too. The gluten free bread, brownies and pound cake were called out when she put them on the table, something I appreciate when a thing looks like it's gluten doppelganger. No one at my table was eating gluten, so dipping into the same mixture was always safe for me (the server made sure we understood that aspect). Also, the gluten eater didn't feel like they were settling for less with the gluten-free options. The price is high, but fair for such a lengthy meal and wine. When you make your reservation, plan on being there for something like 2 hours if you're having 4-courses. It was a lovely time and I still felt great the next day too. Recommended that you go with someone you trust since you cook raw things at the table - don't want some dingbat throwing raw meats around. lol
4373 La Jolla Village Drive, San Diego, CA 92122
The waiter brought me a binder with updated gluten free options. It looks like they update this monthly. You can see what sauces to avoid, etc. The royal burger (with egg & bacon) was good. The sweet potato fries weren't crisp though. (the waiter said there was a dedicated frier) I think I did get mildly glutened (if you can call any amount mild - I'll spare you describing my levels of reactions). It was possibly from handling - I *think* he carried our plates stacked so someone's bun may have touched my plate. I take partial blame for this though - I'm still new to having to make my needs clear to waiters. For now I think I'll stick to Stacked for burgers.
3827 5th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92103
well-done pizza crust. nice sandwiches too (on gf flatbread)