Category: Gluten Free Restaurant Reviews

julia’s kitchen

  Rating:    Julia’s Kitchen is a very small but cozy restaurant in north Boulder.  Every item in the restaurant is gluten-free and vegetarian.  I ordered the coconut curry and my daughter ordered the pancakes. They were both very tasty and so healthy.  You can tell how much goes into each meal, it’s not a mass produced restaurant at all.…

tee and cakes

  Rating:    Tee and Cakes is a small bakery off Pearl on 14th St.  They have DELICIOUS gluten-free (and vegan!) cupcakes! They are so moist and the texture is perfect, they won’t fall apart on you. The frosting is so perfect too, light and fluffy and tastes just as good, if not better, than “regular” frosting.  They have other…

native foods

Native Foods Rating: 4 stars ****   Native foods is vegan cafe in the 29th Street Mall in Boulder. They have a nice variety of gluten free options. One thing that I love is that my 3 year old daughter can eat there as well. They have a GF (and dairy free) mac and cheese which she loves.   I…

oscar blues

oscar blues Rating: 1 Star * Oscar Blues is a brewery and restaurant in Longmont, which has a lot of character and fun atmosphere. But, they are definitely not gluten-free friendly.  The only thing I could get was a burger without a bun and side salad.  The waitress wasn’t even sure that the burger was gluten-free, but I took a…

eats and sweets

Rating: 4 Stars **** Eats and Sweets is small, locally owned cafe in downtown Lafayette. The atmosphere is really comfortable and kid friendly. You order at the counter and wait for your food. They have really tasty gluten-free bagguettes that you can order sandwiches on.  They have ‘make your own’ sandwiches and salads. I usually get tuna salad, which is…

rueben’s burger bistro

Rating: 4 stars **** Rueben’s Burger Bistro is a great find. It is right near Pearl Street off Walnut in Boulder.  The GF options are really great and the staff seem very educated on GF selections. There are GF beers on tap, GF buns for the burgers (or any sandwich), and the fries are even GF. If you are in…

lucky pie

Lucky Pie Rating: 2 Stars ** I would not recommend Lucky Pie for people with gluten allergies. They do have GF pizza, which is average. Besides that, their menu is limited to a couple options which are only so-so as well.  The reason I gave it two stars is because the atmosphere is great, and there is an outdoor area…

sherpa’s

Sherpa’s Rating: 4 Stars **** Sherpa’s is a great Indian restaurant in central Boulder. The atmosphere is great and the food is so delicious. Although the staff doesn’t seem to be so sure about gluten, I did feel comfortable eating there. Many of their items are naturally gluten free.  I ordered papadam, daal, korma, and saag, and they were all…

shine

Second Updated Review: Well, it looks like either Shine owners read the negative review I wrote, or enough people got “glutened” there, so they took off the wheat buns off their menu! Now there is no way to get glutened by their food anymore (they still have non-GF beers), but their food menu is now 100% gluten-free! I am not sure what…

hapa sushi

Rating: 5 Stars ***** This place is awesome. They have a separate GF menu and lots of options. Their sushi is my favorite. They have tamari (GF soy sauce) if you ask, and even though it’s simple, I just love their Hapa House Salad, the sesame soy dressing is so tasty. I do feel like you have to double check…

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