I started recording #veggietravels as a long-time vegetarian. I was all too familiar with some of the sad, over-used “vegetarian options” available, especially when travelling. Yes, a mushroom risotto can be nice on occasion, but when it is the only option at every restaurant on a street you start to get a little tired.
Then I was diagnosed as celiac and realized how much more difficult finding good gluten-free vegetarian food can be on the road. Maybe a restaurant lists a veggie burger on their website…. but does that even mean I can eat it. And so #VeggieGFTravels has begun.
I’d like to help travellers who are gluten free and/or vegetarians find places to really the experience of dining out. And with several trips in my future, as well as a number of local restaurants to share with others this is the perfect place to start.
- Calgary, Alberta – The Coup (A) (pre-gluten-free)
- London, Ontario – Glassroots
- London, Ontario – Plant Matter Kitchen
- Reykjavik, Iceland – Gló (A)
- Reykjavik, Iceland – Kaffihús Vesturbæjar
- Reykjacik, Iceland – Tapas Barrin
- Reykjavik, Iceland – Verbúð
- Reykjavik, Iceland – Vinyl
- London, England – 26 Grains (A+) (pre-gluten-free)
- London, England – WokIt (A) (pre-gluten-free)
- London, England – Mildred’s (B+) (pre-gluten-free)
- Stratford-upon-Avon – Zizzi (A-) (pre-gluten-free)
- Glasgow, Scotland – Munro’s (A) (pre-gluten-free)
- Glasgow, Scotland – The 13th Note (B+) (pre-gluten-free)
- Glasgow, Scotland – Brewdog (A) (pre-gluten-free).
- Toronto, Ontario
- London, Ontario
- Calgary, Alberta
- Tampa, Florida