I absolutely love markets – you just never know what you will come across! In London amazing gluten free finds are becoming increasingly common and such a great way to eat a casual, cheaper lunch option on a day out in the City! Some of the best gluten free treats in London are also found […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac’s Top London Market Stalls"
A combination of commuting into London from Milton Keynes and working late shifts mean that I normally stay in a hotel once a week. Normally it’s the same couple of hotels but I’ve stayed in several others based on availability and where I have been working so thought I’d put the information together for those […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac’s Guide to London Hotels"
Before using instagram I never knew that days such as ‘National Cheesecake Day’ existed! I mean a whole day dedicated to the creamy indulgent dessert in hindsight does make sense – I mean who doesn’t love cheesecake? However, what does a coeliac diagnosis mean for those wanting to indulge? Here’s my round up to find out! […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac Eating Cheesecake"
Honest burgers is a small chain that is expanding across London making it easy to find on a day trip to the capital. With 23 branches, 22 of which are in London (the other in Cambridge) it is one of the most regularly recommended places to eat in London for those wanting a gluten free […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac at Honest Burgers"
Tonight was a huge night for me going for dinner at TGIs. Last time I went for my brothers birthday at the Milton Keynes branch I was glutened, and I mean the most sick I’ve ever been from gluten kind of glutened and it unsurprisingly put me off ever returning. Despite the chain seeming to […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac at TGIs"
My best mates boyfriend, Hugh absolutely loves tacos! After seeing some drool worthy posts of tacos from Breddos it therefore seemed like the perfect lunch stop for his birthday. Located on Old Street it is about a ten minute walk from Old Street underground station which felt like so much longer in Saturdays heat! They […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac at Breddo’s Tacos"
Growing up as a fussy eater, being diagnosed as Coeliac at the time felt devastating and totally unexpected. I was extremely ill by the time I was diagnosed and on the one hand was relieved it was something that I could help through diet alone but on the other I had no idea what on […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac Eating in U.K. Chain restaurants accredited by Coeliac UK"
There are many reasons why you may head to South Kensington on a trip to London – the Science Museum, the Natural History Museum, Kensington Gardens with Kensington Palace and the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, the Victoria and Albert Museum or the Royal Albert Hall to name a few! However, a new restaurant, […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac at Ceru"
Sooo judging by the posts on social media it’s National Donut Day. How did I not know that??! This makes me sad as I have no donuts! This leaves me with no choice but to write about them instead, so here’s my round up of donuts that I’ve tried! Is it wrong to plan a […]Read more "Gluten free donuts and where to find them – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Working on Oxford Street I am a huge fan of Chipotle (Chip-oat-lay). There are several branches in London including in Covent Garden and Baker Street near Madame Tussauds. The Wardour Street branch in Soho is a couple of minutes from work and one of the best places to find food on the go. I was […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac at Chipotle"