278 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA 02446
No one batted an eye when I told them I had a gluten allergy. I ordered a Lilli's crepe, and the ingredients were fresh and yummy. The buckwheat crepe had a very good consistency, though it was not quite the same sweetness as crepes I remember from the past. If only I was in this area more often, I could see this being a regular place to visit.
97 Lowell Road, Concord, MA 01742
Had a tasty gluten free quiche (they bring the crusts in from a nearby gluten free bakery) and a completely wrapped cookie. They had a basket full of gluten free baked goods (also from the gf bakery) to choose from. The manager willingly discussed their prep process with me, so I knew how the food had been prepared in the shared kitchen. Overall, a good spot for a relaxed lunch.
753 Beacon St, Newton, MA 02459
Had a large GF pizza with spinach, mushroom and black olives. The taste was quite good. The crusts were premade, and then topped in a separate area and baked on their own trays. I also noticed some GF treats for sale on the counter, maybe I'll try one of those next time.
1 Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA 02139
Knowledgeable wait staff and kitchen cheerfully helped me select three GF items from the regular menu. Flourless chocolate sponge cake for dessert was fantastic.
70 State Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801
Good gluten free pasta with tasty sauce. We had gluten free calamari from the dedicated fryer to start, and I had a pasta primavera for dinner. The chocolate almond cake made a good dessert to go, and included a dense almond layer, a chocolate mousse layer, and a ganache layer.
8 Congress St, Portsmouth, NH 03801
I went here for a breakfast sandwich. The GF paninis are prepared separately from the regular ones. My sandwich was good: eggs, smoked salmon, and cheese. The plate also came with a cup of fresh fruit. And the hot chocolate was good as well. I would go back.
761 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116
Went here in January. Our waiter was very helpful with navigating the menu, and I assembled my own gluten free fish plate. Unfortunately, another waitress picked up the plate from the kitchen and brought it to the table with a little cup of soy sauce on it. The first waiter appeared within moments, took the plate away, and had the kitchen remake it from scratch. So a little scare, but quickly rectified. The restaurant also comped our desserts, so we got free crème brulé and GF chocolate cake, both of which were excellent.
22 JFK Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
I had a thin crust veggie pizza. I wish the crust would have been crispy, instead it was a bit soft and mushy. The toppings were also a bit sparse.
450 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139
Waiter was knowledgeable. I had an omelette with GF toast, and he offered a side of arugula in lieu of the standard home fries (because they are cooked on the common griddle). Good meal with lots of options.
348 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210
There was no written GF menu, but wait staff was patient, knowledgeable and flexible. Delicious soft and fluffy GF dinner roll. I had polenta. GF pasta was available.
47 Main Street, Watertown, MA 02472
Concise seasonal menu with clearly marked gluten-free choices, including main courses. The food tastes delicious, I've had a few different fish dishes that were flavorful and complete. I've also gotten the creme brulée for desert, though I had to check it out with the chef first. The downside is that they don't have GF options for their pizza or pasta.
255 State Street, Boston, MA 02109
Had the tomato bisque, the small pizza, and the raspberry sorbet brownie sunday. Tasty.
343 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA 02472
Venezuelan cuisine, menu says that 99 percent can be made gluten free, and I couldn't find the 1 percent. Gluten free tortillas too.
1245 Worcester Street #4008, Natick, MA 01760
Allergen plates are clearly marked. Gluten Free soy sauce was available by request. The GF and veggie option was steamed veggies with steamed rice, so not super excited by the meal choices, but I could eat a filling meal.
290 Main Street, Cambridge, MA 02142
Gluten-free options marked on the regular menu. When ordering, I told the cashier I had a gluten allergy and needed the gluten free option. Then he asked me if I wanted white or wheat bread, but listened attentively as I explained gluten. So, double check that 'gluten free' flashes across the order screen. The food came out fine, and I felt healthy afterwards.
689 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, MA 02476
I had a gluten reaction on the day I had dinner here, and am pretty sure this meal was the cause. I had fish from the gluten free menu, but asked if I could have it without the bacon sauce. They offered another sauce instead, and seemed to be aware of celiacs and gluten, so I said OK. I suspect either the alternate sauce, or cross contamination when my meal was carried out with the glutenous meals were to blame. Unfortunately, this means I can't go back, even though the taste was good.
55 Main St, Watertown, MA 02472
There is a separate gluten free menu with a variety of meal options, including burgers on GF buns (no fries though). They serve warm, GF onion bread when the wheaty bread comes out, and provide separate dipping sauce. They seem to 'get it' as far as preventing cross contamination goes.
57 JFK St, Cambridge, MA 02138
Waiters know what to suggest from the full menu. Made to order, checked by a manager, no added cost for the GF option and tastes good.
697 Belmont St, Belmont, MA 02478
I've had donuts and cupcakes from the dedicated GF bakery. Tasty for me, and enjoyed by my wheat-eater friends as well.