Many GF options (at least 1/2 of the menu is or could be modified). Tasty "foodie" food. Very "earthy crunchy" menu, and pricey, but to be expected for quality of organic food. I had my first GF bruschetta in years and it was fabulous!
Delicious & cute cafe. Lots of gluten free options- especially for breakfast. My kids loved the gluten free pancakes and we enjoyed the breakfast bowl & huevos rancheros! So flavorful! Plus afterwards the market has lots of yummy gluten free market items. I wish there was a place like this where we live.
None of the staff I talked with seemed very knowledgeable about GF/Celiac, and no mention of the designated kitchen space was made. Besides a post-it on the cash register, saying what cheese was not GF, they didn't offer much help. I did not get sick, and the sandwich and soup were delicious, but I'd recommend some caution if you do have Celiac.
Lunch in Monterosso at Al Pozzo Ristorante was a divine treat. The menu featured a trio of seafood salads, bruschetta on toasted focaccia and pesto pasta. With a bursting smile, "Mama" prepared my meal using sourdough-like gluten-free bread for the bruschetta and Probios Corn Spaghetti for the pasta. Upon me licking my plate clean, she grabbed my hand and pulled me down a windy staircase to show me her supply of gluten-free goodies in the pantry.
103-1124 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, BC V7M 2E7
On the day you head over to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, make a stop for breakfast at Mountain Top Café and Bakery. You'll enjoy hot sensations like gluten-free pancakes and bacon, fresh breads, quiches and cinnamon buns. Take a bag of cheddar cheese scones with you for a snack later on in the day and be sure to try the seasonal cookies.
GF is only available in size Medium, which is fine because I like the leftovers. I ordered a Hawaiian (ham & pineapple) and paid $16.00. Well worth the price considering the size. Had no reaction whatsoever afterwards. I highly recommend it.
50-60 King Street, Glasgow G1 5QT, United Kingdom G1 5QT
The 13th Note is an independent music venue, bar and cafe situated in the city's Trongate area. Their vegetarian and vegan cafe features a variety of tasty options for gluten-free diners, including curries, salads, risotto cakes and a couple of brunch options.
The Cornerhouse has been divided into four different sections with contrasting environments, but the place to be for gluten-free eaters remains The Kitchen. With their open kitchen, diners can watch Chef Brent Mills create their delicious pizzas in the wood-fired ovens right before their eyes. All pizzas in the Kitchen can be turned into their glutenfree twins by simply requesting a gluten-free base. If you visit often, be sure to try their special pizza, which changes weekly.
The final gluten-free restaurant is NoGlu, which was founded in 2012 by Frédérique Jules. Only two years later, and this glutenfree restaurant is already a huge hit for Parisians as well as tourists. Their menu changes daily, depending on the creativity of their chefs, but they strive to offer at least one dish of fish, meat and vegetarianfriendly food. They also serve delicious, gluten-free desserts: cookies, muffins, pies with seasonal fruit, meringues, cheesecakes, shortbreads and brownies.