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Gluten Free Restaurants In King Of Prussia, Pa
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Does anyone know what restaurants serve responsibly in King of Prussia, PA?

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Does anyone know what restaurants serve responsibly in King of Prussia, PA?

not sure about king of prussia, but for a ride on 202 south into delaware there is a pizza place that serves wonderful gluten free pizza and gluten free beer. in greenville delaware on 52 north. i can give directions if interested.

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Hi, I am not the original poster but I would be very interested in the name and directions to the pizza place in DE that serves gluten-free pizza. Thanks.

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Does anyone know what restaurants serve responsibly in King of Prussia, PA?

Chillies is about the only place i know of in KOP.

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Does anyone know what restaurants serve responsibly in King of Prussia, PA?

Me and my boyfriend have never had a problem at the Melting Pot (one just opened in KOP across from the mall). It's an all-fondue place. We told them what the issue was, gluten, and they easily changed a few ingredients. Make sure you request cheese fondues with the corn-starch coating. .and don't eat the bread.

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not sure about king of prussia, but for a ride on 202 south into delaware there is a pizza place that serves wonderful gluten free pizza and gluten free beer. in greenville delaware on 52 north. i can give directions if interested.

I too would like the name of the restaurant in DE on rte 52 that serves gluten-free pizza and beer.

Thanks

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I lived in King of Prussia for 22 years. I always had good luck at Bennigan's (just outside the mall), TGI Friday's or Chili's. There is an Outback in the Gateway shopping center in Devon (about 2 miles south on Rte. 202) and they were always extremely knowledgable and helpful. Definitely stay away from Bertolini's (Italian restaurant in the mall near Lord & Taylor) - totally clueless and uncooperative. Feel free to PM me if you need any more info about K of P! :)

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There is a place called "Pizza by Elizabeth's" that boasts a gluten free crust on their menu. It's in Greenville, Delaware.

http://www.pizzabyelizabeths.com/menu.htm

I haven't been there yet, so I can't attest to CC. Has anyone been there to see?

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Thanks for sharing the DE restaurant info!!!!! I've been driving to Jules Thin Crust in Doylestown when I want pizza, so I'll have to try this place out (we are in South Jersey -- about 10 minutes from the DE border). Yippee! :P

I haven't been there yet, but Maggianos and Margaret Kuo's both offer gluten free dining. Here's their websites:

http://www.margaretkuos.com/

http://www.maggianos.com/locations/detail....id=001.025.0178

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My daughter had a very good experience at The Cheesecake Factory. They told her their fryer is dedicated and she was happy w/ her meal.

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