Bob's Red Mill Whole Grain Store

80% of 5 votes say it's Celiac friendly

5000 Southeast International Way, Milwaukie, OR 97222 Directions

Top Reviews

1 week ago
Celiac friendly

We cook most of our meals at home, and as a celiac I have used Bob's Red Mill GF grains and flours for a long time. Their store is a joy to brouse. The restaurant is not dedicated gluten free, but they provide many options, and seem to use great care. At breakfast for instance they will happily substitute GF toast, GF corn muffin or GF pancake for wheat contain toast, and at no additional charge. Ingredients seem very fresh, and service is good and friendly.

8 months ago
Not celiac friendly

Got a bit sick. Food was good.

11 months ago

The breakfast sandwich on a wheat free bun is fantastic. Oh, and the Ruben! Great service.

Gluten Free Features

  • Celiac Friendly
  • Sandwiches


  • Breakfast
  • Dairy-Free
  • Grocery Store
  • Lunch
  • Pescetarian Friendly
  • Plant Based
  • Vegan Friendly


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More Reviews

Not celiac
2 years ago

This place is great. Even though they label things as "wheat free" they still take precautions to prevent cross contamination. I had gf French toast with eggs and didn't get sick at all. I have a wheat allergy that causes anaphylaxis so I am very sensitive. I also came here from Dallas and the packaged goods are much cheaper than what is in our stores. I even found a buy 2 get one free coupon!!

3 years ago
Celiac friendly

The menu has several gf options including bread for sandwiches. I had a Belgian waffle made with Bob's GF/ vegan mix. It was very good. Then we had a fun time shopping in the store. They offer shipping if you request.

6 years ago
Celiac friendly

Perfect for anything ever needed for gluten free living. Yummy

6 years ago

Excellent selection of Gluten Free products. The restaurant serves very tasty food, with an eye towards healthy ingredients. Just ask for a GF substitute - they even asked if it needed to be prepared separate "clean" griddle. Look for coupons in the local newspaper and/or coupon magazine.

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