Situated in the peaceful grounds of Center Parcs in Wiltshire is the Aqua Sana Spa which I had the pleasure of visiting for a Morning Escape package. Firstly let me say how AMAZING the spa was. There are so many different rooms to explore and it was such a relaxing experience. I absolutely loved chilling … Continue reading Gluten Free Review: Aqua Sana Spa – Longleat Forest
I have dined in this restaurant on a number of occasions and have been very impressed each time. I have visited twice recently for Sunday lunch. The staff are very knowledgable on gluten free dishes and are always happy to go and speak to the chef when necessary. One of the parts I find hardest … Continue reading Gluten Free Review: The Angel, Long Crendon
An all you can eat buffet is my idea of a nightmare! Even before I was diagnosed with coeliac disease I was never a fan of them. I have always found the food to be generic, boring and generally of a low quality, not to mention the fact that the food is often sat around … Continue reading Can you dine at an all you can eat buffet restaurant when you’re gluten free?
On a recent break to Cardiff I had the usual stress of having to pick a restaurant in a new area. After having a look online I chose Le Bistrot Pierre as I had heard that they were good for gluten free food. On arrival at the restaurant we were greeted by a very friendly woman … Continue reading Gluten Free Review: Le Bistrot Pierre
I have recently visited Carluccio's restaurant in Bath on two occasions, once for breakfast and once for lunch. Knowing that their menu was accredited by Coeliac UK I had high expectations. On both occasions I asked for the gluten free menu and was very impressed by the array of choices on offer. The staff did … Continue reading Gluten Free Review: Carluccio’s
In an ideal world there wouldn't be any chain restaurants, every restaurant we visited would be unique with exciting new flavours and creations to discover. However, we do not live in an ideal world and there is no getting away from chain restaurants, they are everywhere you go, but to someone following a free from … Continue reading Chained Up
Just over 1 year ago I was diagnosed with coeliac disease. Being a huge lover of food, this hit me very hard. When I was told how important it is to eliminate cross contamination of gluten, one of the first thoughts to cross my mind was how would I ever eat out again? I loved … Continue reading The Big C