Gluten Free Restaurants

May 31, 2013 2:48 am0 commentsViews: 536
Gluten Free Restaurants

Numerous noteworthy restaurants around the world serve gluten free menus. Some of the prominent gluten free restaurants are as follows:

  •  Austin Grill

Austin Grill, a chain having multiple branches at Washington D.C in the U.S., offers a diversified GF menu including, tacos, enchiladas, assortment of salads, variety of soups, grilled food, etc.

  • B.J.’s Restaurant & Brewhouse

B.J.’s Restaurant & Brewhouse has 13 branches in the USA. Their popular menus include: gluten free pizza with thin-crust, variety of salads, two types of soups, stuffed potatoes, two different varieties of cider, Redbridge beer etc.

  • Bonefish Grill

Bonefish Grill restaurant serves a variety of gluten-free seafood dishes. Its upscale chain is located in 30 states of the U.S. Their popular menus include: salad, seafood dish, variety of sauces, different types of gluten-free desserts etc.

  • Chevys Fresh Mex

Chevys Fresh Mex, having 42 branches in U.S., launched its latest gluten free food options in 2012, including, variety of salads, several types of fajitas, tacos, various kid’s meals, desserts, caveats, etc.

  • Cheeseburger in Paradise

Prominent restaurant Cheeseburger in Paradise, having branches in 16 states, works together with the Gluten Intolerance Group intending to extend GF menu items. It offers items like, cheeseburger with gluten-free bun, gluten-free fries, salads, ribs, salmon, French fries, chicken dishes along with different non-alcoholic beverages, root beer float etc.

  • Chili’s Grill & Bar Restaurant

Chili’s Grill & Bar Restaurant has a vast chain throughout the U.S. along with 34 other countries. Its gluten free menu includes varieties of caveats, several soups, salads along with gluten-free dressing, ribs, the Southwest Grill items, burgers without buns, 2 types of chicken, seafood items, etc. Moreover, Chili guarantees the nonexistence of allergens in these foods.

  • Legal Sea Foods

Legal Sea Foods restaurant, having 10 branches in northeastern states of the U.S, offers gluten-free food items including,  salads with gluten-free croutons, gluten-free rolls, calamari fried with chick pea flour, gluten-free crumbs with the baked scrod, steamed lobster, fish sticks, Belgian chocolate mousse parfait, sorbet etc.

  • Old Spaghetti Factory

At the Old Spaghetti Factory, having multiple branches in 13 states of U.S serves gluten-free pasta with pasta sauces, Sicilian-style Italian sausage, sauteed mushroom, clam, Mizithra cheese, rich meat, browned butter, Alfredo sauce, marinara baked chicken marinated by garlic and lemon juice, etc.

  • Outback Steakhouse

Outback Steakhouse, a chain with hundreds of branches around the U.S., is a prominent choice for gluten free food. Its gluten-free menu includes steaks, seafood, salads, sides, gluten-free dessert sundae, flour free Down Under Thunder Chocolate brownies, etc.

  • P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

P.F. Chang’s is another prominent gluten-free restaurant offering wide variety of cuisines, for instance, gluten-free egg drop soup, noodle dish, flourless chocolate dome etc. All these foods are served on plates bearing the chain’s logo. Moreover, P.F. Chang applies gluten-free soy sauce for GF cuisines.

  • Ted’s Montana Grill

Ted’s Montana Grill owned by Ted Turner, a chain restaurant with 46 branches in eastern and midwestern states of U.S., offers a wide-ranging gluten-free menu made by dietitians. It serves burgers, steaks, fish, Gluten-free desserts include Haagen-Dazs ice cream, shakes, floats etc.

  • Uno Chicago Grill

Uno Chicago Grill having 150 chains in 24 state including Washington, D.C., offers gluten-free pizza with variety of options like, cheese, pepperoni and veggie. Moreover, it serves two types of gluten-free soups, burgers steak, salmon and chicken entrees, varieties of sides, several types of salads, two different types of desserts, bananas Foster, Redbridge gluten-free beer along with several smoothies, freezer drinks, etc.

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