Canadian Celiac Association
The following restaurants are ones that I know will accommodate you. There are many others as well.
to see their menu: www.rivermill.ca
They are very accommodating – will modify a menu item to make it gluten free
Aquaterra By Clark
1 Johnson St.
menu on web site: www.aquaterrabyclark.com
They are very accommodating and understand the gluten free concept, will modify menu items to make them gluten free
68-R Princess St.
menu on web site: www.chezpiggy.com
they know about gluten free and will tell you which items on the menu are gluten free – also willing to substitute
4050 Bath Rd.
menu on web site: www.bellabistro.ca
they will substitute menu items and tell you which items are gluten free
1365 Midland Ave
menu on web site: www.urbanspoon.com
a gluten free restaurant, enjoyed by many of our members, can also buy some gluten free baking
Dong Nai Restaurant
575-A Princess St
web site: www.urbanspoon.com
gluten free menu items are indicated on the menu, many of our members go here
Gananoque Inn and Spa
550 Stone St., Gananoque
web site: www.gananoqueinn.com
adjustments made for gluten free, if asked, has dinner and theatre packages
Ramekins Casual Fine Dining
1540 Bath Road
web site: www.ramekins.ca
menus available on line, gluten free friendly
Some of the pizza restaurants have gluten free pizza’s. Phone ahead to find out.
Here is a facebookpage for: Gluten-Free-Eating-Out-in-Kingston-Ontario
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