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Restaurant reviews, recipes, tips and more from Amanda Keating, an American coeliac living in Ireland.

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    Check out my running list of restaurants that offer gluten free: 

    The List







    Welcome to Dublin, Ireland!

    I know from first hand experience how difficult it can be to find restaurants that offer a gluten-free menu when you are visting a new city, or even if you have been living somewhere your whole life! When I moved to Dublin from Chicago a few years ago, it took me almost a year to get my "gluten free routine" down. I started this website to pool my resources and help my fellow Coeliacs/Celiacs out.


    "I just want to say thank you for creating such a useful website. I have recently been diagnosed as wheat intolerant and both of my children where diagnosed as dairy, gluten and egg intolerant. Although we are not coeliac it has been a bit of a shock to the system. We are Irish, but live abroad, and the thought of coming home for a visit was a bit daunting until I stumbled across you site! I owe you a debt of gratitude for taking the time to put this information together."

    - Yvonne Brown

    "I want to thank you for such a detailed website. My first day in Dublin - for a birthday weekend - was nearly ruined by poor understanding of the Coeliac. Cross contaminated I was left in agony for the rest of the night. Then I saw your website on a search of Google and am now enjoying Beshoff's GF goodies!! Fish and chips taste great when you not been able to have in a while. Thank you so much!"

    - Adam Moreland

    "THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! I just returned from Dublin, part business part vacation, and thanks to your list I and my friend had two great meals. The Farm and Ely's Wine Bar were both close to our hotel and we had wonderful experiences at both. Thanks over and over again."

    - Julie Dunn-Morton

    Recipes and More:

    gluten free broccoli bake