Alison.

Reviews


  • Dragonfly Cafe Llc

    5 starsJuly 07, 2015

    245 Bloomfield Dr, Lititz, PA 17543

    Great place with friendly service. Very knowledgeable. I was the only one in our group with NCGS and I was worried they wouldn't find something to eat - I was wrong! Everyone had a great meal. I ate the pulled pork on greens with the quinoa salad and CREPES! Gluten free strawberry/banana/chocolate crepes!!!!!

  • CaffĂ© Tlazo

    5 starsMay 23, 2015

    607 4th Street, Algoma, WI 54216

    The chicken is not marinated in mystery fluid. The salad dressings are fresh and GF. The food was tasty and the owner knowledgeable. They have GF bread for sandwiches. Did not try it though. Had a few GF dessert options. I'd be back.

  • The Tin Angel Cafe

    5 starsMarch 02, 2015

    365 W 400 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

    I was in SLC for a conference and ate here twice because I loved it so much. One of the servers has celiac and they were able to make the pastas with quinoa (not crappy GF pasta). The wine was great and the food was out of this world. I highly recommend the Boar's meat stew and the Brussels sprouts. The service was outstanding and if I could have gone again I would have.

  • Miller's Smorgasbord & Bakery

    4 starsJuly 14, 2014

    2811 Lincoln Hwy E, Ronks, PA 17572

    Buffets are usually terrifying for fear of cross contamination. This place was incredibly clean. The chef is at the carving station and can answer any questions. They gave me an entire book of the menu, all the ingredients and a checklist of all the major allergens. The baked apples were great - just butter and cinnamon, no crumb top.

  • Ted's Montana Grill

    3 starsMarch 22, 2014

    133 Luckie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

    Yes they have a GF menu. But the service was questionable and it took 40 minutes to get three burgers. And it wasn't busy.