Paris, the land of pastries and baguettes is the heaven for those with Celiac disease. Wait, what? Yes you read that right. Paris has a plethora of 100% gluten free dedicated bakeries, cafes, and restaurants. It was mind boggling how many places there were. There's no shortage of gluten free tarts, baguettes, and crepes.
28 Rue Vignon, 75009 Paris, France
Cuisine: Pastries and Lunch Fare
Dairy Free and Vegan Options
Tons of gluten free gourmet French pastries including decadent tarts. Stop by for just a pastry and coffee, or if you're more hungry, you can enjoy one of their quiches, sandwiches, or salads. Make sure to grab a loaf of bread or baguette to go to enjoy later in your hotel room or Airbnb.
47 Rue de Laborde, 75008 Paris, France
Cuisine: Crepes and Lunch Fare
Dairy Free Options
Biosphere is known for their Celiac safe crepes and gallates, which you can enjoy sweet or savory. If you're not feeling a crepe, you can also enjoy their quiches, pizzas, salads, or other pastries. They have a wonderful brunch on Sundays with reservations recommended.
Bears and Racoon
21 Rue Richard Lenoir, 75011 Paris, France
Cuisine: Lunch Fare
Try: Grump Bear Sandwich
Dairy Free and Vegan Options
Their delicious sandwiches with soft gluten free bread are why gluten free-ers flock here. Try their most popular sandwich, the "Grump Bear" with pastrami, coleslaw, cheese, pickles, and rockets. Finish the meal with a sweet, such as cheesecake.
38 Rue du Château d'Eau, 75010 Paris, France
Cuisine: Bakery and Cafe
Dairy Free and Vegetarian Options
In addition to being 100% gluten free, everything is also vegetarian. Their highlight pastry are their tarts. If you want something more filling, try their vegetarian sandwiches or curry dishes.
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Air travel can be stressful and having to eat gluten free can add even more undue stress. Follow these 10 tips before heading to the airport to help ease your mind and feed your hungry tummy during your travels.
1. Book a meal in advance
For international flights with food service, you can book a special gluten free meal in advance. Many times, you can do it at the time of booking, if not right after the booking. Make sure to put in special meal requests at least 24 to 48 hours before the flight.
2. Gluten free bars
Pack gluten free protein bars and granola bars to snack on during the fight and for when you arrive at your destination. Always bring bars in your purse or pocket when you’re out and about. You never know if you’ll be out longer than expected and not be able to find gluten free food nearby when hunger strikes.
Gluten Free Eats in the Area
I was looking for vitamin SEA, sun, and delicious food, so what better place than Hawaii? I decided on Honolulu and stayed in Waikiki for some well deserved R&R. Read on to see where I stayed and ate during my short but delicious stay in Honolulu.
Portland and Seattle are two of my favorite cities in the world for gluten free and vegan food. These two cities, and states in general, are conscious of dietary restrictions and cater to everyone. Check out my top 15 gluten free things to eat and drink while in this amazing region.
When I was traveling through France friends asked, "How are you eating gluten free in France?!?" I simply replied "Fine and deliciously!" Although I was in the land of baguettes, there were many things to enjoy gluten free. Check out my top gluten free picks in France.
Before ever planning a trip to London, I heard so many things about it. "The food is expensive and crappy." "The people are rude." "The food sucks." "It's expensive." Well all of that was so far from the truth, it's laughable. Here's a list of things I heard from people about London's lacking qualities that I discovered were untrue after visiting there.
Margaritas are done by many, but perfected by few.
Pizza Rock Downtown Las Vegas
The free concerts on Fremont street aren't the only rocking place in downtown Las Vegas.
Pizza Rock rolls and rocks out over 400 pizzas on weekend nights and 30 gluten free pizzas to boot.
Sivan, the fabulous creator and blogger of The Olive Brunette, and I ventured off to Pizza Rock to try their gluten free pizza and we were thoroughly impressed.
We met Chef Andrew in the kitchen so we could see how they create their delicious gluten free pizza.
Tao Restaurant is a swanky Asian fusion joint on the fabulous Las Vegas strip.
Typically, a group of girlfriends and myself can be found here on a Thursday at least once a month for it's incredible comped dinner for gals. Yes you read that right, a group of women can get a free dinner at Tao on Thursdays. Make sure you tip the waiter though. If you want access to this comped dinner, contact my buddy Dom here. If he gets you in, make sure to tip him as well.
On one extravagant non-Thursday night, some of my friends went to Tao for a friend's birthday.
With corn tortilla tacos available on almost every corner, it's hard to go hungry while eating gluten free in Mexico. While I could eat tacos for breakfast, lunch and dinner, there were a couple of other gluten free things that I did enjoy while in this beautiful country, including a "sandwich" that I fell in love with. Check out the list below and let me know your favorite gluten free eats while in Mexico!
Fourth of July is a day filled with fireworks, drinks, and gluten-y food. As a gluten free-er, navigating a party is frustrating enough, but 4th of July adds an extra level of stress with all the beer and hot dogs. Here are some information to support you on this festive day without getting gluten-ed.
The Gluten Free and Allergen Expo took place in Glendale, AZ this pass weekend and Travel Far Gluten Free was in attendance as an official blogger of the expo. We ate our way through the entire expo looking for the latest and greatest gluten free foods. Here was our top picks from the expo…
Gluten Free: Nigiri, basic rolls
Things to avoid: soy sauce, tempura, eel sauce, imitation crab
Sushi is my personal go to gluten free eat. It's yummy, and gluten free as long as you stick to the nigiri (rice and fish) and basic rolls (California, spicy tuna, etc). Make sure to avoid rolls with imitation crab, tempura, crunchies, and gluten containing sauces, such as ponzu or eel sauce. Also ask the server for gluten free soy sauce. If they don’t have it, don't use the regular soy sauce even if it's a "tiny, weeny, little bit, how can it possibly hurt me?". Because trust me. It will. I know from personal experience. I carry a mini bottle of gluten free soy sauce in case the restaurant doesn't have some.
*Sushi is great, but be careful ordering other Japanese cuisine items. Almost EVERYTHING in Japanese cuisine is cooked in or with soy sauce.
The Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo will be in Phoenix on June 24th and June 25th.
I'm excited to see my favorite brands, including Glutino and Brazi Bites, but I'm even more excited to discover new brands that I can enjoy. I'll be on the lookout for bars and snacks to take on the plane and on travel adventures.
I'll be there the whole weekend and I want you to join me! I have five one-day tickets to give away for the Phoenix expo and I want my followers to have an opportunity to have one!
Big travel lesson! My friend and I were robbed in Boston this weekend. As I was walking towards my friend's car I witnessed a guy take my suitcase and backpack and her bag from her car. Adrenaline rushed through me and I ran towards him to fight him. Thank goodness logic kicked in and I stopped, because who knows if he or his crew had a gun or weapon. Although I lost over a grand and a half of things, I'm thankful my friend and I are safe. Never ever think for a moment that material things are more important than your life!