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Woods Coffee
1135 Railroad Avenue
Bellingham, WA 98225


4.0 Palms
4.0 Palms
Gluten Free Friendly Coffee Shop in Bellingham Oct 01, 2014
reviewer: Julie041092 from Seattle, WA

Woods Coffee is my favorite coffee shop franchise in Bellingham - I wish they existed here in Seattle! Every Woods shop location I've been in (several) has an ultra warm and cozy feel, as if you are coming home to a homey log cabin. They have great gluten free pastry options, although as far as I can remember, this only includes scones. However, their scones are fantastic (blueberry and pumpkin in the Fall season), and they heat them up for you if you ask. I should also mention that they heat the scones up in a small microwave oven that also heats up gluten containing items, but they place items on individual tissue paper sleeves so your gluten free scone won't touch the contaminated oven. In addition to the scones, Woods has a gluten free breakfast sandwich option, which has egg, protein, and cheese.

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Ponto Final
72 Rua do Ginjal
Almada, 2800
Portugal

4.0 Palms
4.0 Palms
Gluten Free Options and Amazing Views at this restaurant in Lisbon Sep 29, 2014
reviewer: Julie041092 from Seattle, WA

If you are visiting Lisbon, Ponto Final is a ferry boat ride away, just across the water. The walk from the ferry dock to the restaurant itself is unique and might seem a little misleading, but once you get to the restaurant, you'll see the seating by the water along with the big sign saying "Ponto Final". For being such a great location, the restaurant is not too expensive but it is definitely better for an adult dinner rather than a dinner with kids. While they do not mark their gluten free items, they serve very simple menu items. For an appetizer, we received an octopus salad that I ate without the paired bread. It was tender and delicious. For my main, I ordered a grilled rockfish - a very typical type of dish in Portugal. It had been cooked in a sea salt crust and was served very simply with bare minimum seasoning and a slice of lemon. I highly recommend you visit this restaurant if you are a seafood fan!

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Cookies and Scream (in Market Hall)
250 Camden Lock Place
London, NW1 8AF
United Kingdom

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
Gluten Free Baked Goodies at Camden Market Sep 29, 2014
reviewer: Julie041092 from Seattle, WA

Whenever I visit London, I'm always sure to stop by Cookies and Scream in the Camden Lock Market as many times as possible during my time there. They sell a wide range of enormous cookies (my favorite is the chocolate chip peanut butter), gooey brownies the size of bricks, cakes, cupcakes, and milkshakes that are to die for (try the cookie dough milkshake!). Everything here is vegan and gluten free and they use natural ingredients like coconut oil, agave nectar, and rice flours. The bakery is always a great bet for those with Celiac Disease or gluten sensitivity, but people without such dietary restrictions wouldn't even be able to tell the difference in their goodies. Be sure to stop here on your trip to London!

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Honest Burgers
4 Market Place
London, WIW 8AD
England

4.0 Palms
4.0 Palms
Gluten Free Friendly Burger Shop in London! Sep 04, 2014
reviewer: Julie041092 from Seattle, WA

I went to Honest Burgers three times during my one week in London. They have several locations across the city in central areas (Camden Lock, Oxford Street, Portobello Road, etc) and they have a wonderful selection for those who need to dine gluten free. They have gluten free buns which go with most of their burger menu options and they also have fries which can be fried in a separate fryer than onion rings. Their condiments are gluten free as well (a small but relevant detail when it comes to burgers and fries) and they have a few gluten free beer and cider drink options. The shops are small so I would recommend that you get there before the lunch or dinner rush or get you meal for take-away.

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Toma La Da Ca
38 Travessa do Sequeiro
Lisboa, 1200-109
Portugal

4.5 Palms
4.5 Palms
Gluten Free Dinner Option in Lisbon Sep 04, 2014
reviewer: Julie041092 from Seattle, WA

I am currently visiting Portugal with my parents and sister and we were referred by some friends to eat at Toma La Da Ca. This small mom-and-pop restaurant is in the Santa Catarina neighborhood and the restaurant gets filled to the brim within it's first 30 minutes of being open so be sure to get there early. They serve a wide variety of grilled meat dishes and vegetable sides, all traditional Portuguese style meals. They have an English menu available upon request although this menu does not include every single item they serve. Their grilled meat dishes are gluten free as they are not made with sauces or breading. I ordered the grilled salmon with a side of potatoes and broccoli. It was delicious and entirely gluten free! I highly recommend this restaurant and would advise that non-Portuguese speakers might try to bring along someone who does speak the language since this is a very small, traditional restaurant slightly out of the way of tourists.

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