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Any "safe" Restaurants In San Jose Area?

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There are several Whole Food Markets in and around San Jose/Los Gatos, etc. which carry gluten-free stuff as well as their own line of Gluten-Free Bakery items. Also Trader Joe's.

Beehive is a healthfood store near Oakridge mall and they carry Kninnicknick stuff and other gluten-free stuff.

As far as restaurants, I don't eat out at restaurants a lot, but I just ate at Outback this week and my waitress was very knowledgeable about gluten (that was the one at Pruneyard). They have a gluten-free menu.

PF Chang's also has a gluten-free menu, but I have not eaten at any of them. :(

Maggiano's will prepare your dish with gluten-free pasta--not sure if you need to let them know in advance, but I guess it wouldn't hurt. I haven't eaten there either though.

Sorry I couldn't be of much help. :(

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I went to a Thai restaurant in San Jose on a street off of Market (either Hedding or 2nd). I'm sorry that I can't remember the name, but there were two Thai restaurants on that street. There was one on the corner of a business building, and they looked totally oblivious when I asked them about gluten, so we left. But then I went to the other Thai restaurant (that had a pergola built within the restaurant), and spoke with the waitress about my intolerances and showed her a restaurant card and they made me a delicious meal from which I had no side effects whatsoever. It's really just hit or miss, but I'd definitely go back to that place in the future.

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There is a place called "The Soka Kitchen" Socca? Anyway I don't quite remember, but though it has a limited menu it is completely 100% gluten free, soy free, dairy free, and free of a lot of other things as well. Made while you wait. Great food! Good luck. I imagine the Bay Area is one of the easiest places to find gluten-free food in.

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