Gluten Free Lisbon
All credit here to Rebecca from Gluten, Interrupted, who wrote a wonderful coeliac-friendly guide to gluten free Lisbon that you should read if you are planning a trip to the Portuguese capital. It has to be one of the most reliable guides out there as she is a coeliac like me and knows to ask all the right questions to avoid cross contamination and other pitfalls. Click on the image below to go to her website to read the content in full.
From delicious peri peri chicken with chips and gluten free pasta with truffle to classic gluten free pastel de nata and carrot cake muffins, she found some fab gluten free spots that are worth checking out!
Gluten Free Europe
If you are lucky enough to be on a multi-city holiday or are travelling round Europe, have a read of my gluten free Europe city guides:
A vibrant Spanish city with a number of fully gluten free bakeries and plenty of coeliac friendly food to keep you fully-charged while you explore the winding gothic streets and beachside promenades.
Gluten free cakes galore to be discovered amongst the beautiful architecture and museums of Vienna, plus a fully gluten free restaurant with delicious rhubarb gluten free beer.
Lazing on Italian beaches with a gluten free beer in one hand and a gelato in the other – take me back!
France isn’t the most gluten free-friendly of countries but I managed to seek out a few wonderful restaurants and beach bars that could cater for coeliacs on my last couple of trips to the South of France.
Oh I love Budapest. The dreamy, expansive swathe of the Danube winding through the centre of this beautiful city. Discover eccentric ruin pubs in huge derelict houses, gluten free delights and history galore.
The home of Grom, my all time favourite (100% gluten free) gelato shop!
Time for a spot of skiing in the Austrian mountains – this guide will keep you very well fed and watered while you are schooping down the slopes.
Germany can be a bit hit and miss for gluten free but I lucked out in Dusseldorf with an AMAZING gluten free bakery and some helpfully marked up menus. The Christmas markets here are a real treat too.