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53 Park Lane, London
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Great Italian restaurant in London & UK with gluten free items marked on the menu,

Reviewer: from Arlington, VA - See all reviews by JKelly

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
This is an Italian chain located throughout London and the rest of England. I ate at ASK twice in London and once in Oxford, and all three times it was excellent. They mark which items on the menu can be made, or are, gluten free, and the staff understood gluten free issues. I had both the pasta and the pizza. The pizza was good - nothing extraordinary - but good (thin, cracker-like crust), but the pasta was excellent. I'm sensitive to cross-contamination, and was fine all three times.

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Gluten Free Meals on a Trans-Atlantic Flight,

Reviewer: from Florida - See all reviews by Antoine Zammit

3.0 Palms
3.0 Palms
I was diagnosed Celiac last November so this was my first flight since. I pre-ordered my gluten free meal. I flew Virgin Atlantic Premium Economy from Orlando to London and the return flight was Economy. On the flight out everything was perfect, the meal consisted of a nice lemon chicken with some basmati rice and before we landed I was served a nice breakfast with eggs, mushrooms and bacon. The flight attendants were very attentive and made sure that before serving me anything they checked the products. Unfortunately the return flight was the opposite, the meal itself was horrible with the gluten free bread not edible at all. The desert was an apple crumble, being curious I double checked it, glad I did. It was suppose to be a gluten free meal however the desert contained enough wheat to make me really sick for a while. I did point it to the flight attendants who replaced it with some fruit after I had to explain to them in detail was gluten free was all about. Throughout the flight they gave out snacks which of course I couldn't eat as they all had gluten. As usual it was a good thing I checked the ingredients because I would have been in agony today. So it was a mixed bag, Premium Economy excellent, regular Economy horrible.

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Great resource for traveling gluten-free in the UK,

Reviewer: from DC/MD/VA, - See all reviews by DC_Celiacs

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
As we got my son prepared for a school trip to the U.K., we found the following web site/organization very helpful: As a non-member, they can give you free, 1-month password access to their database that includes restaurant lists from all over the U.K. Plus, calling their office staff has been enormously helpful to us. They have one office on London; one in Edinburgh. They also connected us with the head of a celiac support group based in the area where my son will be staying for the majority of his visit; that person has also been enormously helpful since the time we first contacted her. I also found out that the Starbucks stores in Scotland have GF sandwiches, cake, and cookies, and they are very careful about cross-contamination. Maybe we'll have to move there! SUBMITTED BY A MEMBER OF THE DC CELIACS SUPPORT GROUP

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