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Janet Chu

Boston Area Restaurants?

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Anyone know any especially good gluten free restaurants in the Boston area, especially Cambridge?

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The Elephant Walk has gluten-free food and a Cambridge location: http://www.elephantwalk.com

Wagamama is a British noodle restaurant that includes some gluten-free menu items. They are located in Faneuil Hall and on Harvard Square. The restaurant is filled with long, picnic benches, that you usually end up sharing with others. It gets quite loud when they're full, but in the late afternoon it can be much calmer. Often the server will bring a manager over to take your gluten-free order. I ate there (Harvard Square location) a couple of times in November 2008 and had no problems (except for the noise level the second night).

Wagamama gluten-free list: http://www.wagamama.us/food_dietary.php

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The Elephant Walk has gluten-free food and a Cambridge location: http://www.elephantwalk.com

Wagamama is a British noodle restaurant that includes some gluten-free menu items. They are located in Faneuil Hall and on Harvard Square. The restaurant is filled with long, picnic benches, that you usually end up sharing with others. It gets quite loud when they're full, but in the late afternoon it can be much calmer. Often the server will bring a manager over to take your gluten-free order. I ate there (Harvard Square location) a couple of times in November 2008 and had no problems (except for the noise level the second night).

Wagamama gluten-free list: http://www.wagamama.us/food_dietary.php

Thanks for the reply. Elephant Walk looks interesting. The Wagamama link seems broken, unfortunately.

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Try this link:

http://www.wagamama.us/food/dietary/wheatandglutenintolerant

They now have three locations in the Boston area.

Try two websites, the Gluten Free Registry and glutenfreeceliacweb.com. The first is a big registry that restaurants participate in and the second is built by someone who's traveled all over New England.

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