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4 March 2017

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 March 4, 2017
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Gluten-Free Bermuda Restaurants

Angelo’s Bistro, Bermuda

Spending a fair amount of time in Bermuda over the past twenty years I have been able to witness the explosion of gluten-free options available to celiac travelers. Even many longstanding restaurants have tailored their menus to not only accommodate but specifically cater to celiac guests. On a recent visit, we popped-into Angelo’s Bistro in Hamilton…

3 November 2016

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 November 3, 2016
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Marcus' Bermuda Fairmont Hamilton Princess

Marcus’ Bermuda

The Fairmont Hamilton Princess has been undergoing a significant renovation over the past couple of years and one of those changes was the addition of the first celebrity chef outpost on the island – Marcus Samuelsson’s Marcus’ restaurant. Being married to a Bermudian we try to visit often to see family and friends.

28 October 2016

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 October 28, 2016
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Restaurant L'Olivier La Tour-de-Peilz

Restaurant L’Olivier Revisited

One of my favorite restaurants on the Swiss Riviera is quietly tucked away in La Tour-de-Peilz between Montreux and Vevey. L’Olivier is located in the Hostellerie Bon Rivage and features some of the most impressive views of Lake Geneva from its terrace paired with a changing seasonal menu that capitalizes on local ingredients.

8 October 2016

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 October 8, 2016
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CzecHouse Grill & Rotisserie Prague

CzecHouse Grill & Rotisserie

Prague is fast emerging as a culinary center in Europe. You can find pretty much anything that your taste buds desire and I found it to be extremely celiac-friendly. One restaurant that stood out during my visit was actually tucked-away in the Hilton Hotel. Yet, this is definitely not a hotel restaurant – it’s a restaurant that happens to be in a hotel.

8 November 2015

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 November 8, 2015
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Buvette de Saletta

Located about 45 minutes outside of Montreux in the Canton of Fribourg is a hidden gem of a mountain restaurant in the town of Les Paccots. Getting there is half of the fun as you eventually find yourself on a single lane road that runs both up and down the mountain – just don’t imbibe too much because the way down is quite harrowing in the darkness of night.