Gluten Free Restaurant Menus in Orlando, Florida - Celiac Disease
Sep 12 2008

Gluten Free Restaurant Menus in Orlando, Florida

While doing some research for one of our posts here at Celiac Disease, I happened to run across a few restaurnts in the Orlando, Florida area that offer a gluten free menu.   If you are traveling to Disney World or the surrounding area, keep these in mind!

Garden Cafe Vegetarian Restaurant
810 W Colonial Dr
Orlando, FL 32804
(407) 999-9799

Infusion Tea
1600 Edgewater Dr,
Orlando, Florida (32804)

Taste Restaurant
717 W. Smith Street
Orlando, FL 82804 (College Park)
(407) 835-0646

Seasons 52
At the Plaza Venezia
7700 Sand Lake Road
Orlando, FL 32819
Phone: (407) 354-5212

Seasons 52 (different location)
By the Altamonte Mall
463 East Altamonte Drive
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
Phone: (407) 767-1252

Whole Foods Market
8003 Turkey Lake Road, Phillips Crossing
Orlando, FL 32819
(407) 355-7100

Have any restaurants to add to this list or a review of one of these restaurants?  Let us know in the comments below!

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  1. GlutenHater says:

    I know of a personal chef in Florida that cooks gluten free, and is amazing! – a great option if you live or vacation in the Orlando area. His name is Shane Frisco. He specializes in dinners for two but I assume would probably do other types of requests too. I put his address with this comment but just in case it doesn’t go through, here it is again,

  2. GlutenHater says:

    Ok the web address did go through, but made my name a link to his site. Now it looks like his site is my site and I don’t know how to change it. 🙁

  3. Curt says:

    Some other chains in Orlando with GF options:
    Bonefish Grill on Sand Lake Rd
    Whole Foods in Winter Park
    Chamberlains in Winter Park and Dr. Phillips
    PF Changs at Millenia Mall
    Pei Wei on Turkey Lake Rd and E Colonial
    Sonny’s Barbeque
    Outback Steakhouse (Chocolate Thunder from Down Under is made with a wheat free brownie)
    Pizzeria Uno now has excellent GF pizza.
    Tijuana Flats enchiladas are very GF friendly
    Qdoba naked burrito
    5 Guys Fries are in a dedicated fryer – bring your own bun and tell them you have a wheat allergy and they’ll change their gloves

  4. Carolyn Jones says:

    About two months ago a blood test discovered that my problems for the past two years have probably been caused by allerigies to corn, wheat, sesame, peanuts and walnuts. I get sick when I eat beef or pork, so I feel like my food world is closing in on me!!
    I wonder what beers people have found to be friendly to a limited diet? And if a beer is made with wheat, is it really enough to make a difference if you’re not anaphylactic? I’m 36 and though glad to be feeling better, missing some of my old favorite snacks and beverages!

  5. jeanine says:

    Redbridge Beer is pretty good 160 calories and GF

  6. Shelley says:

    Don’t forget Pizza Fusion…they have awesome pizza and GF brownies! And, there’s a GF bakery , called Liberty Bakery, in Oviedo that has great french bread, pastries, cookies, etc. Also, Carabbas has a pretty good GF menu.

  7. Rita says:

    A few months back I ate at Seasons 52 on Sand Lake Road. Evan our server was very helpful, as well as the chef was very co operative in helping me select a gluten free meal. Had lamb and two very fresh vegetables and everything was very tasty. I will go back there again the next time I am in Orlando

  8. Cassie says:

    Stop by our new bistro, The Entire Menu is Gluten Free, Organic, Vegan, Living, and Non GMOs!

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