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Charley Noble gluten free Wellington

Charley Noble gluten free Wellington

Charley Noble is a warehouse style bistro/restaurant close to the waterfront in Wellington city centre.  I was very keen to try it as it is one of a small number of venues accredited by Coeliac New Zealand. We hadn’t made a booking (but you should if you fit the bookings policy) and it was absolutely buzzing […]

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2016 – what a great year for gluten free!

2016 – what a great year for gluten free!

By on December 31, 2016 in Travel Restaurant Reviews with 0 Comments

This post summarises all the great options I found around the world for gluten free in 2016.  The 100% gluten free series has continued to grow, now listing over 70 venues around England and there is an increasing 100% gluten free scene in Australia, with Melbourne and Victoria covered here. Click the headings to go […]

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Rome gluten free – Buon appetito!

Rome gluten free – Buon appetito!

By on October 30, 2016 in Travel Restaurant Reviews with 3 Comments

Are you looking forward to your trip to Rome, but worried about how you will eat gluten free?  Even though it is the home of pizza and pasta, Italy is surprisingly gluten free friendly. As a coeliac in Rome you will not miss out on any traditional Italian food if you know where to look. […]

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Hong Kong gluten free

Hong Kong gluten free

Hong Kong gluten free Hong Kong is an amazing city, and despite my concerns about finding gluten free food, I found that there are actually many more options than I expected. Due to my concerns, I literally researched for days as I didn’t really know the locations that we would be visiting.  You will find […]

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Paris gluten free

Paris gluten free

As a young Melbourne school girl studying French, I always dreamed of going to Paris and indulging in an authentic pain au chocolate and my all time favourite food, crêpes :-). Fast forward many years and I have been lucky enough to visit Paris quite a few times, but my coeliac disease diagnosis has made […]

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British Airways gluten free plane food

British Airways gluten free plane food

Travelling long haul is a big deal for a coeliac as there is always concern about getting a gluten free meal and it is a common query on Coeliac support groups I am involved in. I’ve been lucky enough to travel Business Class a couple of times with British Airways.  I know for most people […]

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Kowloon Shangri-La – gluten free in Hong Kong

Kowloon Shangri-La – gluten free in Hong Kong

After more than fifteen years of travel between Australia and the UK, I finally had my first ever stopover which I did in style at the Shangri-La (Kowloon) in Hong Kong. You can get an idea of the standard of the hotel from the lobby area, which has a huge area for to cool down […]

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Gluten free travelling – emergency food supplies from Oz

Gluten free travelling – emergency food supplies from Oz

As anyone with a special diet knows, travelling presents extra challenges, so I always have a stash of gluten free food in my hand luggage.  As I learned in Girl Guides – always ‘be prepared’! I am a regular traveller between the UK and Australia and this is a sample of food I take on […]

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Hong Kong gluten free – M&S Food

Hong Kong gluten free – M&S Food

By on September 29, 2015 in Travel Restaurant Reviews with 0 Comments

On a recent stop over through Hong Kong I was thrilled to discover the familiar Marks & Spencer Food stores there, which hadn’t come up in my many hours researching Hong Kong gluten free options for our visit. I love the M&S ‘Made Without Wheat’ range in the UK, and they did have a number […]

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Berlin – a gluten free weekend

Berlin – a gluten free weekend

I recently had a whirlwind trip to Berlin for a weekend.  Many years ago (pre diagnosis), we did a driving trip through Germany and I remember many of our lunches being sausages in bread while wandering around.   You don’t automatically think that Germany will be a country with gluten free options, but fear not, you […]

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