100% of 6 votes say it's Celiac friendly

150 Trumbull St, Hartford, CT 06103 Directions

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Very knowledgeable, fries not GF and waiter was quick to point out they were included in my daughters (not celiac) plate and to make sure my son (celiac) did not grab any! It was helpful and fun but ultimately cautious.

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My favorite spot for a GF, safe business lunch! Thank you for providing delicious options to those of us with food allergies (I have a wheat allergy). I have been coming here for three years and have never had an issue!

Updated 5 months ago read full review

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Great service, great food. Just like one expects at a Max restaurant.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Gluten Free Features

  • Celiac Friendly
  • Gluten Free Menu

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  • Late Night
  • Restaurant

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They have a pretty good sized gluten free menu and offer gluten free flat bread for the table. The issue is that the food just isn't that great. I got the baked chicken wings and the seafood pad Thai. It was just ok. I probably won't go back.

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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If you have celiac and need a nice place to go out, look no further than Trumbull Kitchen! They were absolutely fantastic with my gluten free needs. Their GF menu isn't huge but they make up for it in taste! They have a baked lentil bread that they make separate for people who need GF that is great with their spread! For dinner I had an appetizer of curried noodles and then the brick pressed chicken. It was AMAZING. Tons of flavor and a perfect portion. They had Omission Beer available along with wine and cocktails. My wife and I came back for dessert later and I had the creme brulee without the cookies and some pumpkin gelato. So damned good. We will definitely be going back!

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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Celiac friendly?

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Well informed staff, separate menu, they talk to the chef to make sure they use separate utensils and pots. On top of that the food is excellent.

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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Celiac friendly?

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There were a couple menu items - the herb roasted chicken was good but there wasn't much else that I would order. They serve a lentil bread that looks like a large chip - they say it is flour-less but then said it is fried on common oil, so it is cross contaminated. I would probably not return - the other non GF individuals I was with didn't care for it.

Updated 6 years ago read full review

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Best gluten-free menu in the state. Reservations are a must, but you can sometimes get a table short-notice, so always try.

Updated 8 years ago read full review

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