While some menus indicate which dishes are gluten-free, 1601 does the opposite, calling out the rare items that do include gluten. The contemporary Sri Lankan restaurant uses local and organic produce to create artfully presented dishes like duck leg curry and a traditional egg hopper. While the menu is small, there is plenty for vegetarians as well.
Whether you're dining gluten-free by choice or necessity, finding a gluten-free restaurant in San Francisco has never been easier (and no, we're not talking about your average taco or sushi restaurant). More restaurants than ever are sensitive to the needs of gluten-free customers, offering a variety of cuisines, dishes and even desserts without the offending ingredient. In San Francisco, you’ll find more than a few restaurants that are 100 percent gluten free and others that are mostly gluten-free and aware of cross contamination issues. From upscale Sri Lankan to fast casual Venezuelan, take your pick from our list of the best gluten-free restaurants in San Francisco.
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