Lovemore Free From Foods was launched in 2008 by the over 60-year-old Welsh Hills Bakery. I saw them first on the „the allergy and free from show Berlin 2017“ where I got small packages of some of their products to try. They are not on the German market yet, but I hope they will be very soon and here is why. [read more…]
„5 Minute Soups“ aren’t very culinary refined and they aren’t even the best instant food there ist, but nobody can deny that they are very practical. You just have to fill them up with boiling water and wait until they’re done. But gluten free instant noodles are still a rarity on the market, which is why I was enthusiastic when I found those from Consenza. [read more…]
I found the Black Delight Café Bar on Instagram. Since I evolved into a coffee drinker when I started university I thought I could pay it a visit. They always have gluten free cakes in the café and they are self made. When I was there they had 5 gluten free cakes on offer. [read more…]
Bonbonladen & Feines – is (most likely) northern Germanys prettiest candy shop. Everyone will find something they like here. [read more…]
Edible gluten free cookie dough is a phenomenon from the USA, which hasn’t really reached all of Europe completely. Of course the recipes from America aren’t gluten free, so here is one. You can use this dough to make Cookies as well, but keep in mind that they will be very instable.
Sagar are vegetarian, Indian restaurants of which four are in London. One in North Harrow, one in Covent Garden, one in Tottenham Court Road and one in Hammersmith. They have quite a few gluten free options on their menu. [read more…]
Crêpes à la carte serves crepes and galettes in Camden Town. Previously only found on markets they now have a restaurant, too! And since Galettes are traditionally made from 100% Buckwheat flour, they are naturally gluten free.
As today marked the end of our trip to London I decided to finally have a hot breakfast. I ended up just having bacon and fried eggs on toast. After storing our luggage at the Victoria Coach station, we took the Northern line to Angel and visited the restaurant Niche. It is the only 100% gluten-free restaurant in London. [read more…]
After visiting the ‘Old operating theater’ which I thought was an actual theater but turned out to be a museum about medical history, we had lunch on the borough market again. After walking along the Themse from the Tower of London to Westminster we took the tube to Covent Garden and had Indian food at Sagar again. [read more…]
Today started with fruit and yogurt-based breakfast at the hotel. Then we took the DLR to ‘Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich’ and visited the Greenwich Market where we had a second breakfast and, after visiting the Observatory, lunch. In the evenig we visited Crêpes à la carte in Camden Town. [read more…]
Today started with a nice surprise as there was a second gluten free cereal at the breakfast buffet. Even though the drive there was horrendous the broadway market is worth it. Very full, but given all the amazing food you can get there it’s only logical that it’s packet. The market is a treat for people with a gluten free diet. [read more…]
Even though there actually isn’t much I can write today, I shall post anyway. The hotel food is worth mentioning for it’s gluten free options and their ability to adapt. We went to two museums that day, one of which was the British museum, and that takes up a lot more time than you’d think it would. At the end of the day you just don’t want to walk any further in the search for food. [read more…]