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Bars & Restaurants in Pollensa, Majorca Where to eat and drink. For great reviews and comments on bars, cafes and restaurants. Do give locations if possible.

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Old 28-07-2013, 11:53
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I know this has been asked before but does anyone have an up to date list of places that serve gluten free food? My daughter is joining us in October for a few days and it would be helpful if we could plan ahead with a few places to eat. Thanks
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In my experience, many of the restaurants in the area will cater for Coeliacs and provide a far better choice of gluten free dishes than you would find in UK restaurants.
Stay, La Llonja and Hell's Kitchen have been particularly accommodating. Little Italy in the Port and Trencadora, Cantonet and Il Giardino in Pollenca, all serve gluten free pasta.
If you need to buy bread 'sin gluten', the health food shop in the Port stocks a variety of products.
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Stay are very good with this, even if you are eating off the set menu. Just ste that you are "sin gluten".

My wife has a gluten allergy, and they even do a gluten free mini baguette which they give you at the start of the meal (just takes a little longer to arrive than the normal one!!)
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Has anyone come across any other additions to restaurants offering gluten free this year please?
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Can Josep will cater for those requiring gluten free for coeliacs ..just ask
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Thanks Cath. I'm hoping most will be able to give a good choice now.
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The Hotel Illa D'Or will serve sandwiches on gluten free bread, again, just ask when ordering.
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The Hotel Illa D'Or will serve sandwiches on gluten free bread, again, just ask when ordering.
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we found last year that most of the restaurants we went to can do most things to cater for ceoliacs , gluten free , we didnt feel we were restricted for places for our son to feel included in the enjoyment of the good eating places pp offers , as most places are cooked fresh
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Thanks Meg. Thats what I hoped for! Although my daughter is not ceoliac, and is also in her mid 20's, she has recently been advised to eat gluten, wheat and dairy free as much as possible, so its new to us all! Actually, perhaps I should look up ceoliac for advice!
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Eroski and Hiper Centro also stock gluten free products if she wants to have something to eat in the apartment .
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Thanks Sparky. Will look for some biscuits and museli type cereal to keep her going between restaurants!
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I should have added that Lidl probably stock gluten free as well .
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I think it is becoming more common everywhere now, as these allergies are certainly becoming more prevalent unfortunately.
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Bella, Eroski also sell lacto free products if that is an issue for her. I had to cater for gluten free (daughter) and lacto free (son) when we were out in October. We managed.....just
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