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Salt Lake Restaurants - The Good And The Bad

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Let's talk about restaurants in Salt Lake area, both celiac friendly and unfriendly...

THE GOOD:

Rodizio's Grill - Excellent service, gluten-free menu available. Manager even approched me and told me that I can't have pork (it was on gluten-free menu) because they added an ingridient that had gluten in it. Food was delicious - carnivore's heaven. Google Rodizios for more info, they are online.

Mazza - Middle Eastern Restaurant (15th S, 15th E). gluten-free menu available. Tasty food. Aware staff. Strongly recommend this little restaurant. (They are moving to 9th S and 9th E location - not sure when). Google them, they are online.

THE BAD:

Bombay House in Salt Lake was the worst last week. Before going there, my date ("restaurant industry insider") made a phone call and talked to the manager about gluten. We were told that the majority of the food is gluten free and that we should not worry. When we got there, the waiter was rude, didn't answer my question and didn't seem to care at all. Finally, I spoke with someone else. The other person, not sure what his title is, was just as unresponsive. In the end, I ordered chicken curry and hoped that I don't get glutened. I'm not going again. This experience was not pleasent to say the least.

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I've heard good things about Rodizio's :D yet to try it though. Another great place, don't know if they have it up in SLC (I'm down in Orem) is Carrabba's italian food, so good, so friendly and they even have a gluten-free menu! Also, if you have the chance to hit up Los Hermanos in Provo or AF, do, cuz they're awesome! My husband's friend works there and informed me that the steak fajitas are gluten-free. Those are my fave! Great drinks, chips and salsa too!


Sweetfudge

Born and raised in Portland, OR; Currently living in Provo, UT

Gluten-free since June 2006

Also living with Hypoglycemia since 1991

Dairy-free for good since summer 2008

Started IBS diet and probiotics at GI's recommendation - Fall 2008

Also avoiding: potatoes, beans, crucifers, popcorn, most red meat, coconut milk :(

Started eating a Paleo diet Spring 2011. Love it!

The grass is always greener where you water it.

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pei wei has a gluten free menu. great knowledgeable staff, cheap, and delicious!!

also royal india in sandy on 10200s and 1300e was sooo great! the owner is incredibly knowledgeable about celiac because of a close family member with it. he was very nice and helpful and there are only like 2 things on the menu that arent gluten free. yahoo!

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Don't forget Biaggi's in downtown SLC. My wife and I were visiting SLC, and the staff and gluten free options were great.

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