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Nicks Pizza Subs and Pasta
1098 Chili Center Coldwater Road
Rochester, NY 14624


5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
Perfect gluten free spot in Rochester, New York

Reviewer: Globalnutritionlife from , rochester, NY
Reviewed on Sep 23, 2016

Nick's Pizza Subs and Pasta is a 10! This wonderful deli has a gluten free menu and gluten free certification. On the Gluten Free Menu, you'll find choices like subs, pizza, pasta, lasagna, chicken parmesan, meatballs, gluten free dinner rolls, and even Italian wedding soup! The owner also makes a gluten free Italian bread and gluten free cookies. In fact, there is a wide range of gluten free dessert choices: cream puffs, almond cookies, chocolate chip cookies, peanut butter cookies, brownies, and cupcakes. The food is absolutely incredible, too! Some of my favorites that I recommend are the chicken parmesan and meatballs. You can opt to get them fresh or even frozen so you can take them home to store for another night. Then all you need to do is microwave them, and you have a delicious homemade Italian dinner — gluten free! This deli/restaurant is one fo the safest places to eat in Rochester, NY. People drive in from all over the state, and it's easy to see why. From tasting good, to having a clean facility, and being a certified gluten free facility, Nick's is top-notch. Thank you Nick's!

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Carnival Victory

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3.5 Palms
3.5 Palms
Cruising gluten free on Royal Caribbean

Reviewer: Globalnutritionlife
Reviewed on Sep 21, 2016

This was my third cruise in 10 years and it was a lot of fun. I faxed my medical form 3 times to Royal Caribbean stating that I have a gluten allergy and I also spoke to someone from the allergy department. I followed the protocol for boarding the ship and meeting with the manager of the dining room. I also made sure I had the same waiter every day. So overall, it was a good experience and I did not get sick. However, the waiters do not know all of the options available for gluten free - only what was on the menu. It turns out there were many gluten free food options that I was completely unaware of until the last few days of the cruise. There needs to be improvement on the communication with waiters and kitchen staff. The food was good but not great due to the a lack of options that the cruise line did not utilize.

I also enjoyed the day spa. Unfortunately, none of the skin care specialists knew if their products were gluten free.

I am a holistic nutritionist and have a good understanding of food allergies, so thankfully I enjoyed the cruise and did not get sick. I'm not sure if the average gluten free newbie would have the same success though. The cruise line should have more gluten free options and clearly define what is and is not gluten free.

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