GF Mama & 2 GF kids (celiacs)



  • Symeon's Greek Restaurant

    5 starsAugust 30, 2015

    4941 Commercial Dr, Yorkville, NY 13413

    yum! Had a delightful meal here as we traveled to take college co-ed back to school. None of us three celiacs had any problem, and everyone in rhe party of five enjoyed the meal. I also enjoyed the decor, which is Christian.

  • BoxSeats

    5 starsAugust 30, 2015

    500 E Washington St, North Attleborough, MA 02760

    Family enjoys eating here. Decent GF menu. Kids like the GF buns. Sandwiches yummy. Dolmas Super YUMMY (if you like dolmas). [That was written March 2012] [Update May 2013] - We still love dining here. Now the fries are GF and that's an added bonus. They have the BEST GF pizza. Really. MILES better than Uno's. And better by a little bit than Piezoni's. Their pizza is even still yummy as leftovers the next day. (Face it - some GF pizza is unpalatable as leftovers.) Some of their soups are GF and the wait staff will tell you if the soup of the day is GF. The sour cream for the potato wedges is GF. The owner has GF family members and takes the responsibility of serving GF diners VERY SERIOUSLY. Have NEVER been glutened here, nor even any near-misses. Highly recommend. update August 2015 - STILL love this place. Love having gluten free soup. Their gluten free seafood menu makes me giddy with delight. Fried clams and calamari have been my favorites since my youth. Being able to have them again safely is sheer pleasure.

  • Simply Crepes

    1 starsAugust 30, 2015

    7 Schoen Pl, Pittsford, NY 14534

    DANGER! BEWARE! I got seriously "glutened" there. I was hundreds of miles from home so it was a REAL problem for me. While their ingredients may be safe, I do not believe they have proper preparation protocol for serving a delicate celiac. They seem to have only 1 grill and there were NO signs of anyone changing gloves, cleaning the grill, using different tools to work with gluten-free batter. Sadly, hindsight is better vision than foresight. But YOU can learn from my complacency-bred terrible mistake! If your GF diet is by choice, perhaps you'll be fine. But if you are a highly reactive celiac like I am then AVOID AT ALL COSTS OR BE PREPARED TO WATCH LIKE A HAWK AND POSSIBLY REJECT YOUR MEAL FOR BAD PREP.

  • The Boynton

    5 starsApril 24, 2014

    117 Highland St, Worcester, MA 01609

    My kids, a neighbor, and I ate lunch here after visiting the Ecotarium. We ordered three different pizzas and they were delicious. My kids' only complaint was low lighting. I was very glad the waitress explained that ONLY the pizzas can be truly GF. The pizzas are made in a separate kitchen entirely and all the pizza ingredients are kept in a separate fridge. So while there is a substantial menu for gluten-eaters, our menu is limited to pizza. Very tasty pizza. Yum. (For out-of-towners, like us, the parking & entrance is on the back. Don't spend your time trying to find on-street parking. Additionally, don't succumb to the temptation to park across the street at Sole Proprietor.)

  • Pizzetta

    5 starsApril 24, 2014

    7 Water St, Mystic, CT 06355

    Ohmigosh! My kids & I wished we lived closer to this place than we do. We came for the aquarium & found this gem for lunch. We were in Heaven! We had a hummus plate for an appetizer, and three different GF pizzas. We brought home our leftovers and that was another whole meal. A bit on the pricey side for pizza, maybe, but definitely delicious. Warning: the rest-room will make young teens and 'tweens of both genders blush, twitter, and giggle endlessly.

  • Eggs-Up Family

    5 starsMarch 09, 2014

    2378 Mendon Rd, Cumberland, RI 02864

    update to previous review - NOW ACCEPTING DEBIT CARDS (no longer ca$h only) (no credit cards / just debit cards)

  • Generations Pizza

    5 starsSeptember 19, 2013

    636 Washington Street, Attleboro, MA 02703

    yum! I had the GF "Greek Pizza". (Hold the yuck-olives please.) I drool just to remember it. The kiddos had a GF pineapple pizza and gobbled every bite. The glutenoids in our group had grinders (heroes / hoagies / subs). They, too, ate every bite. The GF pizzas are 10" size. The business is mainly take-out and delivery, but there is a little space to sit and eat. I think there are 5 4-person tables.

  • Harry G's

    5 starsMay 22, 2013

    678 South Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620

    Yum! They have two kinds of GF bread. They say that they can make any sandwich from their menu in a GF version. cool! I thoroughly enjoyed my Cobb Sandwich on GF rye. Make sure you take advantage of the Restaurant dot Com link to save some real money. (Three adults had sandwiches, drinks, and chips for only $22 because of a Restaurant dot Com certificate!)

  • Grandpa Sam's Italian Kitchen

    4 starsMay 22, 2013

    138 S Union St, Spencerport, NY 14559

    The food was amazingly delicious. I haven't had a meal so yummy in a LONG time. The family really enjoyed their meals. Service was slow, but that's the only reason why a star was deducted.

  • Rancho Chico Restaurant

    4 starsMay 15, 2013

    52 Washington St, Plainville, MA 02762

    Love this restaurant. Something for everyone on their regular and GF menus. My celiac kids share an adult-sized GF Fajita and both are happy. I dream about the Carne Asada meal. The staff are GIG trained. You do have to be on your toes, however. The chips and salsa are sometimes OK and sometimes not. Diner beware. I skip the chips and the nachos because they don't seem to understand about cooking the chips in a dedicated frier with fresh oil. I wish I could say the chips were safe but I no longer trust them after getting very sick once. That's the only reason I've gone from five to four stars. I'd love to have the chips and salsa. Or the nachos. But I don't trust either. One point deduction for that.

  • The Purple Rooster Cafe

    5 starsMay 15, 2013

    105 South St, Plainville, MA 02762

    Nice menu of basic American breakfast & lunch foods. Three kinds of GF breads. Dedicated GF grill. Nice staff. Peaceful atmosphere. Daughters (not GF) and I (GF) very much enjoyed our lunch here. I had breakfast food (eggs, bacon, home fries & toast); they had lunch fare (sandwiches). [May 2012] [Update May 2013] - love Love LOVE this place! Yummy food. Breakfast, lunch, baked treats... You can't go wrong. The staff is super friendly. They take the responsibility of serving GF food VERY seriously. To have the option of GF pancakes and french toast in a restaurant is just delightful. Whole family of six loves dining here. Prices are good, too. (MORE UPDATE - I wish there were a way to reply to other's posts. Amanda's typo in her review is unnerving. Trust me, the gluten free grill is DEDICATED, not defecated!))

  • Hearth 'n Kettle Restaurants

    3 starsMay 15, 2013

    250 Washington St, Attleboro, MA 02703

    Too expensive for our family of six people. Food is good. Menu isn't super extensive. Have dined here safely. Nice atmosphere.

  • Uno Chicago Grill

    4 starsMay 15, 2013

    221 Washington St, Attleboro, MA 02703

    This is a mostly safe dining spot. Have had a few near misses. The manager has always taken care of any problems instantly, and usually with a refund. Can't recall every getting sick here, but there have been near misses. The near misses have mainly come from wait staff not knowing the issue and absent-mindedly throwing a bread stick on stop of a salad, for instance. You know, no salad is complete without a bread stick! :-) We dine here frequently so many of the staff know us by face and already know three of us are GF. One of my children loves the pizza and eats that exclusively. On Tuesday nights kids eat free and that's an added bonus. A free GF pizza for the GF kiddo! That's a $10 bonus right there.

  • Ninety Nine

    3 starsMay 15, 2013

    1510 South Washington Street, North Attleboro, MA 02760

    Mostly celiac friendly. You have to be on your toes. Best to ask for the manager before ordering. Don't get the french fries and don't be fooled if they appear on the GF menu. Stick with potato chips, baked potato. The house-brand steak sauce is not GF. Ask for the A-1. I've dined here safely many times, but I've also been glutened and had near misses. My two celiac kids have also been served safely, served gluten, and served near-misses. The food is good enough, and sometimes the price is REALLY RIGHT (especially if you have kids and the Red Sox won), but you really have to be on your toes. No complacency allowed!

  • PieZoni’s

    5 starsOctober 27, 2012

    25 Taunton St, Plainville, MA 02762

    Love the GF pizza. This location also has had GF desserts whenever we have gone in. We have had no problems here. Diligence is always a good idea, especially if there at a peak time.

  • PieZoni’s

    2 starsOctober 27, 2012

    392 Cottage Street, Pawtucket, RI 02861

    For the Cottage St in Pawtucket location: WATCH THEM LIKE A HAWK. Tonight we ordered two GF pizzas. Received on GF and one regular pizza. Unfortunately, we did not notice their error until I haf already started eating the gluten pizza. I get to pay the price for their mistake. Comp-ing a meal doesn't fix painful intestines, D, headache, etc.

  • Five Guys

    3 starsFebruary 22, 2012

    6401 Coastal Highway, Ocean City, MD 21842

    The food was Ok. The delivery & presentation left a LOT to be desired. Being handed a flaming hot burger wrapped in foil, with all my condiments in itty bitty lidded cups, is NOT my preferred way to get my burger. (Even McD's can put the burger in a little box and put the condiments ON the burger.) Fries were good but too many in a portion. We could not eat them all. (I hate to throw away food.) Staff was friendly although not confident in their ability to feed us GF.

  • The Cafe on 26th

    5 starsFebruary 19, 2012

    84 Atlantic Ave, Ocean View, DE 19970

    YOU MUST PUT DAGSBORO INTO YOUR GPS (NOT MILLVILLE) OR YOU WILL NEVER FIND THE PLACE. Quaint, lovely little place with DELICIOUS food cooked to order, delightful staff, and reasonable prices. I had "crazy eggs", GF toast, GF cinnamon scone, and GF maple caramel. GF Kid 1 had eggs, sausage, key lime pie. GF Kid 2 had chicken salad sandwich & key lime pie. We all *loved* our food. The kids want to come back for every meal, every day of our vacation. :-) This meal was Sunday Brunch.h The non-GF people enjoyed their food too.

  • Cucina

    5 starsJanuary 03, 2012

    900 Victory Hwy, North Smithfield, RI 02896

    YUM! Portions big enough for two meals. Every dish a hit. GF appetizer list is a real plus. Has gift certificates available in RESTAURANT.COM (Check it out & $ave!) One of the Pinelli chain, every one of which has a good GF menu. Very friendly staff. We dined at GRILLE 1/3/12, lunch time. Worth your time & money!

  • Ninety Nine

    5 starsJanuary 01, 2012

    699 Merrill Road, Pittsfield, MA 01201

    Just as good as other 99s at which we've dined. We are grateful for restaurants that have kid-appropriate GF meals, including GF dessert. (The kids' meals come w free dessert. My kids get small ice cream sundaes for desserts.)

  • Ruby Tuesday

    4 starsDecember 31, 2011

    4280 24TH AVE., FT. GRATIOT, MI 48059

    First time in a Ruby's in 6+ years. GF kids *LOVED* their food. My food was good, too. (Salmon a wee bit dry.) Great salad. Very friendly host & wait staff. Pleasant atmosphere. One of the largest & most GF varied menus I have encountered. Three choices & many sides on kids' menu.

  • Passport Pizza

    5 starsDecember 31, 2011

    915 24th St, Port Huron, MI 48060