I did find a lot of useful information from various blogs out there, although they were mainly written before the pandemic. As such, there were quite a few places that have now sadly closed down. For anyone that uses blog information, including this one, to make a list of places to visit, I’d always advise you to give the restaurant/eatery a google, and make sure they’re still open. Nothing more disappointing than turning up to somewhere you think sounds really good, only to find it isn’t open, or even worse, has completely closed down!
Obviously we couldn’t eat everywhere, so this blog will just cover the places we did manage to eat at.
This review covers our ten night stay at the Iberostar Cristina Hotel on a half-board basis, as well as gluten-free suggestions for the surrounding area. Spain is generally regarded as catering really well for coeliacs, so how would we get on? Read more to find out!
With a four day bank holiday weekend beckoning, we decided to book a short break to Corfu. I’ve been there once before, about 15 years ago (maybe more!), and my husband has never been. Now that we’re both gluten free we were worried that Corfu would be problematic and it is definitely an island of extremes where GF food is concerned.
A brief post about a recent weekend we spent in London. Sadly there aren’t many pictures, as I didn’t really think about it (romantic weekend plus three theatre trips and some sightseeing to fit in!). However, I thought it might be useful to list where we ate.