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Archive for December, 2014

Gluten free travel – my emergency food supplies

Gluten free travel – my emergency food supplies

As anyone with a special diet knows, travelling presents extra challenges.  Whenever I travel, I have a set of basic items that I choose from to ensure I do not starve if gluten free options fall short during transit or at my destination.  Usually a pair of shoes and a spare outfit get left behind […]

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Royal Yacht Britannia – all aboard for gluten free!

Royal Yacht Britannia – all aboard for gluten free!

By on December 26, 2014 in UK Restaurant Reviews, UK Venues with 0 Comments

If you are visiting Edinburgh, I really recommend a visit to the Royal Yacht Britannia, the floating home of the royal family for over 40 years.   It is a fascinating insight into the life of the royals, but even if you are not a fan, it is still really interesting as a floating home.  It […]

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Indigo at One Aldwych, Covent Garden

Indigo at One Aldwych, Covent Garden

By on December 21, 2014 in UK Restaurant Reviews with 1 Comment

One Aldwych is a five star hotel in Covent Garden (London), that has two lovely restaurants, Axis and Indigo, which are fantastic for pre-theatre dining. This review is of Indigo, the restaurant in the mezzanine area above the lobby bar, which I highly recommend for gluten free diners.  They have a gluten free menu and […]

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Bruges Christmas markets – tricky for a coeliac

Bruges Christmas markets – tricky for a coeliac

By on December 20, 2014 in Bruges, Europe reviews with 4 Comments

Bruges / Brugge is a lovely medieval town, one hour from Brussels by train.   There are two smallish Christmas markets there – one primarily food & drink, and one primarily gifts and clothes.   The atmosphere is lovely, particularly at night, with the lights on the beautiful buildings and the ice skating in Grote Markt (market […]

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