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Casey's Cafe In Half Moon Bay, California
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I highly recommend Casey's Cafe in Half Moon Bay, California, for excellent gluten free food and superior service. The owner eats gluten free, and creates many of the recipes. We had a late lunch there today. I enjoyed yummy pumpkin soup served with (I think they're called) pampusas, something like that. It's a fried, crispy food, like very thin sheets of a gluten free dough, I think made of garbanzo beans. Very tasty. And we splurged and shared an apple crisp, gluten free, of course. So seldom I can have dessert when we eat out! I've eaten at Casey's several times, and thoroughly enjoyed each experience. :D

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Did they have non fried food there too? My parents live near there. It would be fun to try. We found some good ones in Santa Cruze last year from posters on here.

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