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The food here is very tasty, high quality stuff. The food has a lot of flavor thats for sure. They have a burger bar with over 40 toppings and served on Udi buns, as well as offering gluten free beer. Also have a dedicated fryer for their french fries. I am coming back definitely.
Absolutely LOVE this place! Finally, Gluten Free Sandwiches packed with GF Meats and cheese! Also the Baked GF wings are great with a salad and GF dressings (almost all of theirs are;)or their GF FRIES! If you get the GF pizza you may want to ask for a "heavy Bake". Glad we found this little gem on the way to the BEACH!
They cook their gluten free pasta in the same water as their regular pasta. All of their meat is pre marinated so they really don't know what's in it. I got sick every time I ate there and once I found a regular pasta noodle in my "gluten free" pasta. The manager tried to tell me " well some people are more sensitive". They are not gluten free at all!
Do not eat here if you have celiac disease. They advertise a gluten free menu but are self-admittedly ignorant to the necessary precautions. They serve gluten free nachos but the chips are fried with gluten-containing food. They served a Caesar salad in a tortilla shell with gluten and suggested I just take the salad out the shell and eat it. If you are eating gluten free for dietary reasons it's one thing. Not safe for celiacs.
I was visiting from out of town with a friend. I am gluten and dairy free and she is dairy free with Kosher restrictions. The chef (whose son is GF) personally came to our table and took our requests and orders very seriously. I had the GF pasta and it was wonderful! The minestrone soup is GF, too. We had customized orders, but he was so helpful, as was our server. We left feeling so spoiled due to the wonderful care and service. I HIGHLY recommend this restaurant! We returned a second time that week!
I have celiacs disease and called in to see what they do to manage cross contamination. I was told that There ovens are run at over 1000 degrees and any traces of gluten would just be burned out so there was no cross contamination. Needless to say I did not eat there.
Yes there is a chance of cross contamination but there is in most restaurants. The manager came over before we started and explained the process. Lady in charge of filling buffet allowed me to get fresh items and sauce from her bins. They then cleaned half the grill just to cook my food. He cleaned it with a smile both times I went up and cleaned it as thoroughly as I would at home. They used fresh spatulas and put them on a clean plate between stirring my food. My food was marked off as well to notify all the chefs that my food was to be kept safe. I was impressed. Only thing I would do differently is bring my own soy and/or teriyaki, but there are plenty of options without it.
They share kitchen and tools with the rest of the food. I contacted the headquarters and they agree their gluten free food is contaminated with gluten since their kitchens are too small to have an area or fryer dedicated for gluten free food
I drove down the 101-Fwy and exit on Woodlake. On the right side I saw a sign for a new Sugar and Gluten free market.
My dad is diabetic and I thought, that might be something interesting to check out.
I stopped by and was told that today was actually their opening day...
The owners were very nice and helpful. They have an unexpectedly large collection of Sugar free products. Their selection of Gluten free is very large but I was more interested in the sugar free items.
I didn't expect to see candies, ice-creams, bread, cookies, you-name-it, sugar free products..
The owner told me that they actually sell gift baskets and deliver them for free. I noted that and marked on my phone for my dad's next birthday gift.
I purchased few items that I know for a fact my dad wouldn't find anywhere else.
The prices were very reasonable! I assumed it would be higher giving it is a specially store. Few of the items were actually significantly cheaper than Whole-Foods.
I would highly recommend to anyone who is looking for a huge variety of sugar and gluten free products. It is truly a gem in the valley.
They should make such stores available everywhere, I know my dad has serious issues finding products that are suitable for his condition.
Now, I will have him go to this store, knowing he can pick whatever he'd like and control his condition without spending hours in the Whole-Foods isles looking for suitable products.
One of my favorite restaurants. I have celiac and know when I have cross contamination, but I never get sick here. They have a dedicated gluten free menu! Fresh Asian food that is delicious. Recommend to this anyone with a gluten allergy/intolerance. 5 stars!
I have been celiac for many years and tried muffins at hazel and wally and had a reaction (also the second time found a hair in the muffin! Gross!)... this is the second time that this happened! I'm not sure how reputable this company is... I would say there are many better GF options out there from more reputable companies.
Went for my birthday, first time. My husband and I both loved it - it was a fun and romantic experience, and the food was great. The menu was confusing, but the server was very helpful explaining it and providing suggestions. I am gluten free (celiac) and they have a separate menu to accommodate. The server was also knowledgeable and attentive about what was gluten free, and since a lot of the food is prepared right at the table (so you can see what goes in it) I felt pretty safe. In terms of food, everything tasted amazing. We had the cheddar fondue as a starter, shared an entrée (my husband loved the curry dipping sauce), and then ended with dessert.
Twice now I have ordered a GF item and it was not. Once a sub and once a pizza. Their excuse is that they have new people training. The problem if you didn't know on visual inspection it was not GF you could become very ill. I no longer can recommend them.
We went today for lunch. I informed the server immediately upon seating that I have a gluten allergy. She assured us that almost anything on the menu can be made gluten free. When we ordered, I reminded her with respect to each dish that I would be eating that it must be gluten free. She acknowledged that. One of the appetizers we ordered was the mussels, gluten free version. She served the dish to us and we all started eating it. This dish comes topped with french fries (which state explicitly on the menu that they can be made gluten free) which are drizzled normally with a malt sauce. We all were eating for about 5 minutes, including myself, when she came back and said what I had been eating was not gluten free. These were the regular, gluten fries cooked in the gluten fryolater and topped with the malt sauce. She said she was sorry and I said, I told you I have a gluten allergy, now I am going to get very sick. She offered to take that item off the check. The manager came over and apologized and I explained what was going to likely happen to me in the next 48 hours. They sent out the gf version (which I did not eat) but it had completely different fries and no sauce and looked absolutely nothing like the regular version so the server should definitely have known it wasn't gf. Stay away.
OMG! I've been eating here for 8 years now, only the last two have I been gluten free. The food is all made from scratch, it delicious. Its a little hole in the wall, very hard to find, but ask a local and they can provide directions. I nearly always get some sort of taco or enchilada and tell the waitress I'm gluten free so they'll put it in corn tortillas. The chips and green salsa are gf too. (and to die for!)Fairly inexpensive. Coffee is self serve and they only take cash.
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