Veda in Rittenhouse Square (1920 Chestnut St., 267-519-2001), which focuses on Northern Indian cuisine, lists gluten-free options on its lunch, dinner and dessert menus. In Lansdale, Spice Kitchen (1758 Allentown Rd., 215-853-3717) also notes gluten-free options on its menu.
In Berwyn, 30 Main (660 Lancaster Ave., 610-220-2367) notes gluten-free options on dinner menu - items like lobster bisque, Thai shrimp and crab cakes.
Red Owl Tavern at the Hotel Monaco (433 Chestnut St., 215-923-2267) offers gluten-free waffles with bourbon glazed apples and hazelnut butter at breakfast and Sunday brunch, among other options. The waffle iron is dedicated to making just gluten-free waffles. Fox Tail gluten-free beer is currently available at the bar, and the kitchen can accommodate gluten-free request at lunch and dinner as well.
At Ristorante Pesto in South Philly (1915 S. Broad St., 215-336-8380) - featured in yesterday's Philadelphia Inquirer food section - the kitchen can cook gluten-free gnocchi and penne in a separate pot.
Uncle B's BBQ Shack in Phoenixville (413 Schuylkill Rd., 610-935-1363) prepares gluten-free mac-and-cheese separately from its traditional counterpart. All meats are gluten free, as are all ketchup-based sauces. The kitchen also has a gluten-free fryer for wings and French fries.
If you missed Tuesday's post, you can read up on the many gluten-free-friendly restaurants we found during a recent vacation to Las Vegas.
Have a great weekend!
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