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Park City Pizza Company
1612 West Ute Boulevard
Park City, UT 84098


5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
A hidden gem for gluten-free pizza in Park City, Utah Mar 28, 2012
reviewer: Zerogluten from Orlando, FL

Great place to eat gluten free pizza, lazagna, meatballs, pasta, baked ziti. They even have gluten free grilled cheese, and they use Udi's bread for sandwiches. Kitchen staff is well aware of celiac and the owner of the restaurant has celiac. They have a huge sign out front Gluten Free Pizza. GF pizza comes in 12" size thin crust. It tasted better than any other gluten free pizza we ever ordered. The owner even gave my kids gluten free Udi's cookies for dessert. I didn't see them on the menu. This restaurant is located not far from Whole Foods in Park City, UT. It's definitely worth going there. The restaurant is certified by the The Gluten Free Institute.

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Palm Beach Grill
340 Royal Poinciana Way
Palm Beach, FL 33480


5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
A hidden gluten-free gem -- restaurant in West Palm Beach Jun 27, 2011
reviewer: Zerogluten

Palm Beach Grill is part of the Hillstone group of restaurants. It's located on the Palm Beach Island in the plaza, not very visible from the street. We had a great meal there. The service was excellent. They don't have a gluten free menu, but they were very accommodating. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable about gluten. We ordered a shrimp cocktail as an appetizer. The waitress came to tell me that the sauces were not gluten free. I ordered salmon. She checked to see if I don't mind it pan seared, since the grill was not cleaned to be gluten free. I liked the attention to details and that they take it seriously. The salmon tasted great, and the mashed potatoes that come with it were excellent as well. Sometimes restaurants put too much butter, but it was just perfect. Also, as a side vegetable she gave me different choices and suggested a tomato with basil and olive oil/vinegar. It was excellent. The portions are big, and we were not hungry for a dessert. They serve lots of burgers there with fries, but they have several choices to dine gluten free and they take it seriously.

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Disney Wonder

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3.0 Palms
3.0 Palms
Beautiful cruise ship, but needs work to improve gluten free diet May 15, 2011
reviewer: Zerogluten from Orlando, FL

My family and I just came back from the cruise on Disney Dream. While everyone was impressed with the beautiful new ship and entertainment, I thought the gluten free diet could be better. The service in the restaurants was very slow. 2 hour dinner every night with small kids is not what we were expecting. The waiter would take the order and you wouldn't see him till the end of the meal. There seemed to be a lot of waiters and assistant waiters walking around, they either seemed to be frazzled, or didn't speak English and were useless. Even though when I booked the cruise, I specifically stated that 2 members of our family need gluten free diet, there was a lot of confusion when we came to dinner the first night. Thankfully the head waiter Kendell, was very helpful. He arranged special meals for my daughter and I. They even sent them on the island for us. Lunch and dinner was pretty easy to accommodate, and it tasted good. Breakfast was a different story. He did order pancakes and waffles for us, but it tasted awful, plus there was a lot of confusion of finding those special meals, when he wasn't there the first morning. While there was a load of delicious food for everyone else, it was very frustrating to see the limited supply of GF breakfast foods. They didn't have any gluten free bagels, muffins, or bread. They only had Energy brand hamburger buns, and I don't care for them. They brought them to us every dinner, and one time for breakfast, since they didn't have anything else. Sometimes they were cold, which tasted horrible. For breakfast the waiter said they heated them up in the microwave, but they had bar marks like they were heated in the toaster. I was concerned to eat them, because I wasn't sure if it was a regular toaster that they use for regular bread. In this day and age there are so many gluten free products that taste good, and easy to freeze and store, it was very disappointing. I was glad to have 2 small bags of Chex cereal that I brought on board, and some corn crisps, and my daughter and I were happy to get by with those for breakfast. They did have a lot of fruit and yogurt. I'm just happy it was only a 3 day cruise. I always bring some gluten free snacks with us, but I didn't bring so much, because Disney is supposed to be so great with diet accommodations. Out of 4,000 passengers, you'd think we were not the only ones on a gluten free diet. I've read so many rave reviews about Disney restaurants and hotels and other ships, but I was not impressed at all with the diet handling and service on their new ship. While it was clean, modern ship with an amazing technology, it still needs a lot of work with better waiter communication and better diet foods.

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