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Directly off of Route 1 in Princeton (Southbound side) there is a PF Changs - but I guess that's considered a major chain...

If you are not opposed to driving Jules Thin Crust is located in Newtown PA - 3rd exit off 95 once in PA - and has great gluten-free pizza options - really unique offerings, too. They are BYOB. Newtown is about 20 min. drive from Princeton -and worth the drive, IMHO.

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There are numerous Indian restaurants in the area that have gluten-free food. I have often eaten at Crown of India in the Princeton Meadows Shopping Center and Passage to India in Lawrenceville on Alternate Route 1. There are a couple in downtown Princeton as well.

PF Chang's is a few miles south on Route 1 at the Market Fair Mall, as Amybeth mentioned.

Blue Point Grill on Nassau Street in Princeton (near Jay's Cycle Shop) is a seafood restaurant that has many menu items prepared without glutenous ingredients.

Tom Yum Goong is a Thai restaurant near the intersection of Nassau Street and Harrison Street with curries that are safe and also Pad Thai. I'm unsure about some of their other entrees prepared with rice; if you go there make sure that you are not ordering anything with soy sauce or oyster sauce.

There are several sushi places in town. I've often ordered from Sakura Express on Witherspoon Street near the library. Be sure to supply your own soy sauce, and don't order the eel (which is usually marinated) or the sweet potato sushi (prepared like tempura before rolling it in the rice).

Amybeth recommended Jules' Thin Crust in Newtown, which I haven't tried yet, but hope to soon. I would expect to take about thirty minutes to get there rather than twenty from Princeton. During the week at rush hour it could be even longer.

If you are looking for a grocery store to pick up a few things, the best place in Princeton for gluten-free food is Olive May on Nassau Street (near Jay's Cycle Shop and the Blue Point Grill). There's a Whole Food on Route 1 nearby.

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