There’s more to Prague than stag dos and cheap booze. Yes, really! The restaurant scene in Prague for example, is definitely on the up. For the gluten free traveller in particular there are plenty of gluten free friendly restaurants to enjoy. The capital of the Czech republic can actually be quite a romantic city, just…

Paris; world-renowned for being the city of love and romance and is one of those cities that you just have to visit at least once, to take in the magnificent sights of the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame, the Louvre etc. But let’s address the most pressing question on a coeliac’s lips – what’s it…

Along with many foodie Brisbanites I’ve been eagerly awaiting the reopening of Eat Street Markets at their new venue; Eat Street Northshore! We were lucky enough to snag some tickets for the reopening weekend to experience what the new venture has to offer and more importantly the availability of gluten free options at Eat Street.…

View the table below to see which Airlines provide gluten free/gluten intolerant meals. Great care has been taken to compile this information, however please always check with your airline and flight schedule as inflight meal provisions can change at anytime and vary depending on flight schedules and classes. Gluten Intolerant Airline Meals Airline Gluten Free…

Follow these common gluten free travel tips when travelling Carry a medical note If medically diagnosed carry a letter from a medical practitioner stating any prescription medication being taken, as well as advising of your medical condition which requires special dietary food. Most countries have a customs website with regulation information – check the site…

Brussels is a grand city and what would you expect from the place that is home to the EU, the capital of Belgium and apparently the first place to grow everybody’s favourite tiny cabbages – Brussel sprouts (so legend has it). Sadly though, in my experience, Brussels wasn’t the best city for gluten free friendly…

Berlin is a sprawling city with loads of interesting and historical sights to see, so bring your comfortable shoes! The city is split into districts, each one slightly different to the next and with something new to offer. The restaurant scene there is thriving, with ‘supper clubs’ popping up all over the place. In terms…