The Wild Burrito (2015 E. Moyamensing Ave., 215-336-9453) offers most options in a gluten-free format, from chips and avocado fries to quesadillas and tacos (made with corn tortillas). No gluten goes into the fryer. A sister shop is in Wildwood Crest (6300 New Jersey Ave., 609-523-9453).
Souderton family-style restaurant Franconia Heritage (508 Harleysville Pike - Unit A, 215-721-4400) has a extensive gluten-free menu that includes pancakes and crepes for breakfast and chicken parmesan and pasta for lunch and dinner. The kitchen maintains a dedicated fryer.
Hot-dog specialist Tower Dogs in Lawrenceville (4110 Quakerbridge Rd., 609-269-9056) has gluten-free buns.
Allora in Marlton (892 Rt. 73 N., 856-596-6882) offers gluten-free pasta. Call ahead to request that the pasta be prepared in a clean pot and fresh water.
Also in Marlton, ShopRite (307 Rt. 70, 856-983-7370) will be hosting its annual Gluten-Free Festival on Saturday, October 29. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will feature samples from more than three dozen companies.
- Sesame Ginger Salmon with White Rice: Wild-caught salmon filet in a sesame ginger sauce with crunchy vegetables on a bed of rice
- Lemongrass Basil Fish with Rice Noodles: Wild caught Alaskan pollock paired with a lemongrass and basil sauce atop crunchy veggies and rice noodles
- Thai Red Curry Fish with Rice Noodles: A medium spiced red curry seasons a pollock filet in a bowl filled with rice noodles and veggies
- Masala Curry Fish with White Rice: Pollock topped with Masala curry sauce in a bowl with veggies and white rice
Have a great weekend!