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Gluten freecrestaurants

Montreal, Canada
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Gluten freecrestaurants

Hi, does anyone know of restaurants around Blanchardstown that cater to special diets like gluten and dairy free?

Also, places in Dublin?

Thanks:)

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Saginaw, Michigan
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for Western Ireland
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1. Re: Gluten freecrestaurants

While awaiting personal recommendations:

Dublin:

coeliacpages.ie/tag/…

…blogspot.com/p/reviewing-restaurants.html

ireland-guide.com/places-to-eat-coeliac-frie…

http://www.menupages.ie

Scroll through here for other options:

www.menupages.ie/cuisines/vegetarian/Dublin

Blanchardstown:

http://coeliacpages.ie/tag/blanchardstown/

Edited: 04 February 2013, 18:22
Montreal, Canada
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2. Re: Gluten freecrestaurants

Thanks for all the links:)

Dublin, Ireland
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3. Re: Gluten freecrestaurants

In the Blanchardstown area, Maximillians Bistro in the Superquinn Shopping centre caters for Coeliac diets as does Captain Americas in the Blanchardstown centre.

You could also try The Anglers Rest in nearby Strawberry Beds which is a lovely seafood restaurant and bar.

In Castleknock just down the road from Blanchardstown, Brasserie 15 caters for coeliacs and a new restaurant which I have heard great things about called The Gallery over Bradys Inn also offers coeliac options.

Can't post links at the moment but if you look them up on the link Uasal gave you for menupages, you should be able to find them.

Edited: 04 February 2013, 20:37
Montreal, Canada
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4. Re: Gluten freecrestaurants

Thank you very much, I have heard of maximillions....and will look up the rest. It's so much less stressful to know some places ahead of time so I don't starve when travelling:)

Saginaw, Michigan
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for Western Ireland
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5. Re: Gluten freecrestaurants

If you find yourself in the city centre, you can check out The Farm on Dawson St - and now, on Leeson St, too.

According to their web site, they have a wide number of gluten-free and vegetarian options:

http://www.thefarmfood.ie

Best to avoid their busy lunch hour, if you can. A good Early Bird menu in the late afternoon/early evening.

Montreal, Canada
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6. Re: Gluten freecrestaurants

For sue I will be in city centre at some point! Thanks for the info:)

Dublin, Ireland
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7. Re: Gluten freecrestaurants

Hi solo

Just saw this and thought of you :-)

deals.menupages.ie/Maximilians-deal-Jan13

Montreal, Canada
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8. Re: Gluten freecrestaurants

Oh thank you! I'm just looking now at different restaurants ...perfect timing!

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