Answered: Gluten-free restaurants in Raleigh, NC

Arepa Culture's menu is 100% gluten-free | Photo by @arepaculturenc

When it comes to food, Raleigh is the name of the game — and folks with diet restrictions aren’t left on the bench. 

Today, we’re diving into some of the best places to eat in Raleigh if you’re gluten-free — we asked our audience in a previous newsletter + on Instagram to share gluten-free recommendations. 

Here’s what y’all said:

Tonbo Ramen can make any pasta dish gluten-free. Order any of their noodle dishes + you can ask for gluten-free noodles.” — Quinn B.

The Fiction Kitchen.” — @jennifermcaslin

A Place at The Table for breakfast treats + Bella Monica for their pasta!” — @kjmeese20

The Original Flying Burrito + the Flying Mayan have lots of gluten-free options, including all 28 of the tacos if you get them on corn tortillas. They use gluten-free breading and no flour products go into the fryers.” — Jim D.

Heirloom Brewshop has gluten-free Mochi donuts!” — @doughnut_days

Irregardless Cafe, Garland, so-ca, and Red Pepper are also lovely.” — @tarrrgh_heel

Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar has gluten-free buns so that I can enjoy the complete hamburger experience. You can order bagged chips to go with it.” — Mary L.

Milton’s Pizza, 42nd St. Oyster Bar, and Town Hall Burgers.” — Michael + Laura W.

“At bartaco, ask for gluten-free fish tacos, they will grill fish instead + add a lettuce wrap in place of flour. Also, Simply Crepes in Lafayette Village.” — @raleighfitfoodies

Waraji Japanese Restaurant.” — @everyday_yogini

Oakwood Pizza Box for the best gluten-free pizza!” —  @cheryl.e.bryant