Julia R.

Celiac

Reviews


  • Hu Kitchen

    5 starsOctober 26, 2014

    78 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10011

    The entire place is dedicated gluten free. It's also soy free (among other things as well). Delicious real food. I never get sick here. It's the one place I can always count on. Have been numerous times!

  • PizzArte

    1 starsOctober 26, 2014

    69 West 55th Street, New York, NY 10019

    Once the crust is baked, the gluten-free pizza is removed from it's pan and then placed on the same surface as the wheat pizzas inside the oven. They insist the heat of the oven kills off the gluten, but this is misguided. Gluten cannot be "killed off". I did some research to make sure I wasn't the one misguided and I found my suspicions to be confirmed. Always do your own research. I cannot rate the food because I decided not to eat there. I can't leave this review without a rating either so my 1 star in this gluten-free app is based on whether the restaurant is truly celiac friendly.

  • Buca di Beppo

    4 starsAugust 02, 2014

    10915 Carolina Place Parkway, Pineville, NC

    Staff was friendly and knowledgeable about my needs as a celiac. This was the first entree out in a restaurant I had as a newly diagnosed celiac, a sensitive one at this point too. The food was clean & clear. We went when they weren't too busy in the kitchen, which was probably good too as it is a shared kitchen of course. They understood the idea of cross-contamination though. Sure the menu is limited but what GF menu is not? It worked and I got to eat out with the family. I had the GF chicken 'piccata' with garlicky green beans. It was very delicious; I actually think I ended up with the best dish of our party!

  • Taquitoria

    5 starsAugust 02, 2014

    168 Ludlow St, New York, NY 10002

    One of the owners waited on us. He was super friendly and explained how he and the other owners want as many people as possible to feel they can eat here so they keep their kitchen standards strict and their reputation is important to them in this regard. He says they source tortillas carefully. There is even a dedicated fryer for the vegan taquitos. There is no gluten in the whole facility. I'm a sensitive celiac and had no problems here. The taquitos were so delicious & crispy; even the sauces were addictive & so yummy. They are also soy free (which I need to)! Will return for sure! And the music rocked the night I was there anyway. The only thing to remember is that there is no bathroom because the place is so small, but you can easily get into the bar across the street and use theirs.