celiac wife


  • zpizza

    3 starsJuly 10, 2015

    12817 Galveston Court, Manassas VA, 20112

    They have a great tasting gluten free option but it does not appear to have a separate preparation area and communication with the owners/cook seems a little limited. Hard to know how seriously they take gluten free preparation. I would caution those with extreme sensitivity and Celiac- however, my hubby (Celiac) seemed to eat the pizza without issues.

  • Henry T's

    4 starsJuly 07, 2015

    1521 SW 21st St, Topeka, KS 66604

    Stopped here on our cross country trip. Great selection of gluten-free items from sandwiches, pizza, and burgers along with several other entrees and a clear understanding of diet needs. Service was great. Fast, friendly and even helped point out their GF bun supplier (because they were much better than usual store bought brands). I don't know why my hubby didn't give it 5 stars- other than the fact it wasn't a mind blowing restaurant experience. But for the price and variety - they have got GF down just right.

  • Bistro West

    5 starsMay 29, 2015

    4960 Avenida Encinas, Carlsbad, CA 92008

    Nice gluten free menu- mentioned it when we made reservations and they handed it right to my husband when we arrived, which is great because he doesn't like to make a big deal about his dietary requirements. He said the short ribs were amazing.

  • Logan's Roadhouse

    2 starsMay 09, 2015

    7731 Donegan Dr., Manassas, VA 20110

    In all fairness, they corrected the mistake, but the initial response left me wondering about the safety. My husband has Celiac but I usually do the requests if we dine out because I'm more assertive about the diet requirements. He ordered from the gluten free menu and made it clear it needed to be gluten free- but they brought his salad out with croutons. I had ordered the same (with croutons) and the table runner seemed baffled when I pointed out that there should be one without croutons. He said he would just "go take them off" so we sent our server after him to make sure it was made fresh without cross contamination. Now, obviously if someone had a peanut allergy you wouldn't expect Logan's to be safe, but tonight's dinner did not leave us feeling like it was the safest bet. When we travel- it's just not easy and unfortunately, gluten-free menus do not mean that staff really understand. Maybe "gluten free" friendly if you can withstand a little cross contamination, but I wouldn't say this place was Celiac friendly.

  • Ruddell's Smokehouse

    4 starsSeptember 07, 2014

    101 D St, Cayucos, CA 93430

    My albacore taco was awesome and they went over the allergens for my husband's order and asked if he needed the taco prepared on a separate prep-area. They seemed to understand gluten sensitivity And cross contamination so while I might not recommend it for those very sensitive, it seemed ok for my Celiac (but not incredibly sensitive) hubby.

  • Hula's Island Grill and Tiki Room

    3 starsSeptember 05, 2014

    622 Lighthouse Ave, Monterey, CA 93940

    Gluten free buns would expand the GF choices.

  • Burger Lounge

    4 starsJune 24, 2014

    961 Palomar Airport Rd, Carlsbad, CA 92011

    Good knowledge (they ask if it is an allergy or preference) though there is no gluten-free dedicated fryer so fries are off the table if you have Celiac.

  • T-Rex

    5 starsMay 28, 2014

    1676 E Buena Vista Dr, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32836

    Good job- chef comes by and goes over the menu. Hubby had so many choices that he needed a few minutes extra to decide.

  • Mythos Restaurant

    4 starsMay 27, 2014

    1000 Universal Studios Plaza, Orlando, FL 32819

    Ellen our server was great- she even brought out a gluten free roll in separate basket and offered to get a different butter plate. They lost a star when the hubby's side salad came out with croutons and with it being so busy, it was hard to tell if they were gluten free crotons or not.

  • Burger 21

    5 starsMay 25, 2014

    4192 Conroy Road, Orlando, FL 32839

    Hubby was pleased to find a great gluten-free bun accompany his gluten-free Philly Burger. Half and half fries (half regular half sweet potato) came out labeled with a gluten-free sticker. Nice.