Here's part 2 of my whistle stop tour of places to eat gluten free in California. First up San Francisco:
This place was busy so we had a little wait but it was well worth it! It was referendum night in the UK and we were watching on with dread as news came through that we would no longer be EU citizens. Luckily amazing gluten free pizza was on the way! It was even fantastic cold the next day before going to a ball game.
|Gluten Free Pizza at Tony's|
After spending the morning on Alacatraz, we headed to Pier 39 at Fisherman's Wharf for a bite to eat and found Fog Harbour Fish House. Fantastic seafood and very accommodating for gluten free too. Fresh oysters and crab and a tuna steak and prawns all beautifully cooked.
|Oysters at Fog Harbour|
|Fresh Crab at Fog Harbour|
Biking over the Golden Gate bridge was well worth it and at the other side is a fantastic town called Sausalito. We had some incredible mexican food at a place called Copita. Delicious gluten free tacos and the best guacamole I've ever had!
|Mexican feast at Copita|
|Baked wings at the Pub at Ghiradelli Square|
San Fran really is a treat for gluten free eaters and no more so than Proposition Chicken. Crispy, crunchy, seasoned deep fried chicken of the sorts that coeliacs can usually only dream of! Go for a side of deep fried brussel sprouts too.
|Deep fried chicken at Proposition Chicken|
|Fries and deep fried Brussel sprouts|
Ben Thai CafeFinal night in San Fran and we headed out for a Thai meal. Tasty classic thai dishes were serve at Ben Thai Cafe and they were good at handling allergies.
|Gluten free Thai at Ben Thai Cafe|
Next stop, on to Sonoma, Yosemite, Death Valley and Vegas!