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Digby Pines Golf Resort and Spa
3 May Street
Digby,
Canada

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
Digby PInes -- A Resort where you can relax

Reviewer: Sparky from Maine
Reviewed on Jun 09, 2008

We have stayed at the Pines twice now since I became a Celiac, and we shall return. Chef Aucoin not only understands gluten-free dining thoroughly, he is committed to make sure that you get amazing food that is safe for you to eat. He will go over the menu with you in detail and will make sure that you get his great cuisine with no risk. In addition, the dining room staff will be fully prepared for your visit (I just emailed ahead of time to let them know I was coming and what I needed), no dining cards, no explanations needed. Talk about relaxation. Lunch at the 19th hole at the golf course can also be arranged. Be sure to ask for the "chocolate dome" in the gluten free form. This is as good as dining gets in a restaurant that is not exclusively gluten free. The baker even made his own rice bread fresh for us.

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Chestnut Tree Bistro
620 Coverdale Road
Riverview, E1B 3K6
Canada

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
Rosie Rules

Reviewer: Sparky from Maine
Reviewed on Jun 09, 2008

Rosie runs a TOTALLY gluten free restaurant. Everything is gluten free and there is a bakery for you to take things home too! Not far off the trans-Canada highway as it passes Moncton, Rosie's is a must stop if you are close, or maybe even not so close. ...and the bread. This is not just good, gluten-free bread. It is amazing bread of any grain variety. This place is a treasure and the people are even better than the food!

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