The last time I decided to have a round up and think about my travels was posting a 2020 travel wishlist – and well, look how that turned out! This time, instead I am going to reflect on 2021 and my travels in past tense. A lot has changed since I wrote that post in […]Read more "2021 in Review: Travel Favourites – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Chinese is one of the things that I, and I’m sure many coeliacs miss being able to eat safely. I had heard so many good things about Naturally Chinese in Surbiton, a Chinese restaurant that are accredited by Coeliac U.K. that they had been on my ‘must visit’ list for a long time. The problem […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac at Naturally Chinese"
I can remember so clearly the first time I ate out at a 100% gluten free restaurant after my diagnosis. It was in Australia at the Gluten Free For Me cafe on the way to Australia Zoo. I can remember the feeling of being able to eat anything I wanted, the pure joy, relief, excitement. […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac Eating 100% Gluten Free in London"
Manna Dew has been on my list of gluten free places to visit for a long time. Located on Battersea High Street it’s not the most convenient of locations to get to if you don’t live in London. However, with some time before work on a late shift I decided to make the effort to […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac at Manna Dew"
Yesterday I went to the BBC2 at Hyde Park Festival in a day with friends, and we decided to meet for some brunch first. Located in South Kensington and having had an excellent dinner there a short while back we decided to give Ceru a try. We made a reservation for 11am when they opened although […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac Eating Brunch at Ceru"
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"
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"