Need a celiac friendly restaurant
My GF's parents are coming over this weekend and her mother has cannot eat gluten (part of the woes of celiac).
Right now we are looking at the Villa restaurant on Bloor West for supper on Saturday, but I am not overwhelmed by the menu.
If you happen to be going out on Friday night, I'd highly recommend FOUR in Commerce Court (beneath Far Niente) they have many gluten free options, including breads that are clearly marked on their in-restaurant menus. Unfortunately they are not open on Sat and Sunday though. The food is always excellent, healthy and the atmosphere and service is consistently great.
187 Bay Street, Toronto, ON M5L 1G5, CA
Nota Bene is very good about accomodating allergies. Went with a friend who can't eat gluten and she had absolutely no problem.
I can also confirm that Riz has a gluten free menu and La Bruschetta on St Clair West has gluten free pasta. Both are good, wildly different, but I far prefer La Bruschetta.
1317 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M6E1C2, CA
180 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 2A1, CA
My aunt has celiac disease. We called ahead and spoke with the receptionist at Mildred's Temple Kitchen and apparently the chef has a relative who is also celiac so he is knowledgeable and aware of issues surrounding celiac disease. Especially if you called ahead I suspect they could accommodate and tailor entrees to accommodate your guest. They were very kind and responsive to us on the phone.
Mildred's Temple Kitchen
85 Hanna Avenue, Toronto, ON M6K 3S3, CA