OKG7 gluten-free options

Nunu’s Mediterranean Cafe
3131 W. Memorial

diners avoiding gluten, foods like fresh meats, fruits and veggies are
fantastic options. At Nunu’s, a Greek salad topped with a chicken
breast, tomatoes, cucumbers, artichoke hearts and olives might just hit
the spot. Get a side of hummus dip, and ask for extra veggies in place
of pita bread.

Green Goodies
5840 N. Cassen Blvd.

you’re avoiding gluten, sweets can sometimes be the hardest thing to
give up. Thankfully, Green Goodies says you don’t have to! Try the
classic vanilla or chocolate cupcakes if you’re keeping it simple.
Indulge with the salted caramel or sopaipilla cheesecake cupcakes. Entertaining a gaggle of gluten-free people? Green Goodies caters, too. 

1492: New World Latin American Cuisine
1207 N. Walker

the carne asada, a Cuban-style ribeye with coconut rice, black beans,
plantains and yucca or the ensalada de fajita with beef or chicken. Take
your gluten-free pick from a variety of seafood dishes, as well as the
pineapple espresso pork, a marinated center-cut tenderloin. 

Musashi’s Japanese Cuisine and Robata Bar
4315 N. Western

away from the soy sauce! Other than that, enjoy a plethora of rolls for
lunch or dinner. The fried rice done on hibachi is some of the best in
the city, but be sure to request no soy sauce before preparation. Pair
your meal with some traditional sake, and conclude with a scoop of
vanilla ice cream.

Blue Nile Ethiopian Cuisine
3209 S. Broadway

Blue Nile, being gluten-free is actually pretty simple. Most of its
dishes are fresh fruit- and veggie-based. Its injera is not gluten-free,
however, so make sure to stay away from it if you’re avoiding due to
allergy or other dietary restriction. Enjoy the kitfo, beef or turkey,
with special seasonings and a homemade ayib — an Ethiopian cottage

Legend’s Restaurant
1313 W. Lindsey, Norman

1967, Lemuel B. Legends Ltd. began as a pizza delivery service. In
1972, it changed its name to Legend’s, began offering a much more
diverse menu and eventually became one of Norman’s finest restaurants.
Try the mango curried shrimp salad, mixed greens with curried shrimp,
almonds, goat cheese and a champagne mango vinaigrette.

Hideaway Pizza
5501 Northwest Expressway, Warr Acres

seems like it would be a no-go, given that most crusts are packed with
wheat, right? Well, Hideaway now offers a gluten-free crust for all its
10-inch pizza creations. For a shared starter, enjoy the meatballs.
Finish off the meal with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Photos by Shannon Cornman and Mark Hancock

Jenn Scott

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