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Eating Out In San Francisco?

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My husband and I are travelling to San Fran in May, we're staying close to Fisherman's Wharf, can anyone out there recommend some eating establishments that cater to us "special people"?!

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a restaurant called "Herbivore" located in the Haight area as well as the Mission District both offer several gluten-free options. alos, they are completely vegan.

and the abundance of thai places- many have rice dishes made w/o soy sauce that are really yummy. Try "Best of Thai Noodle House" in Haight-Ashbury

The Askew Grill in Haigh Ashbury is another good one- get the rice or potatos rather than noodles of course.

and the Pork Store Cafe in Haight.

JapanTown has many sushi places- get the vegetarian stuff and don't add soy sauce.

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San fran has lots of fresh seafood, but when i was there last I didn't know i was a celiac. Sorry

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