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Our neighbours just across the Irish Sea might speak the same language but that doesn't always help when suffering from coeliacs. Irish Stew and Guinness aren't gluten free but that shouldn't stop you having a good old time!

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Fafie's
Lower Kevin St, Dublin View On Map
We headed to Fafie's last Friday night to celebrate a belated birthday with our friend. My sister and her boyfriend joined us too during their flying visit to Dublin which made for an interesting party seeing as my sister and I are both Dairy Free, the birthday girl is also Gluten Free and another is Vegetarian - only one of the group was free from Dietary restriction! But, it all turned out trumps and what a celebration it was! Full Review Here
Recommended By: @allergyguide / dublinwithfoodallergies.blogspot.com On: 2012-02-21

Millstone Restaurant
Dame Street, Dublin View On Map
I have eaten here a number of times for both lunch and dinner. They provide a complete coeliac menu, which includes a large range of delicious pizzas. The staff are always very friendly and knowledgeable. It is not too expensive, with set meals available in the evening for a fixed price. It is usually very busy in the evenings so I would advise anyone going to book a table and mention you are coeliac before you are seated. They will also provide you with a pizza box to bring home your leftovers if you ask. Overall great food, service and prices. Love this place!
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2012-01-29


Yamamori Oriental Café
South Great Greorge Street, Dublin View On Map
New on the Block is Yamamori's fourth Dublin venture, the 'Oriental Cafe'. New restaurants are always a hit in our small capital city and especially one born from the popular Yamamori Allergy Friendly clan. So understandably, I took my first opportunity to try it out. When I asked for further food allergy advice on the menu beyond the already labelled Coeliac and Vegetarian options, I was very impressed. Full Review Here
Recommended By: @allergyguide / dublinwithfoodallergies.blogspot.com On: 2011-10-27


Ukiyo Bar
Exchequer Street, Dublin View On Map
I love Asian food but Korean is on top lately. Since their opening I have frequented Ukiyo Bar on Exchequer Street. The prices have never been too steep and I could always navigate my way around the menu to get something Dairy Free at least. I was surprised to find that Ukiyo had updated their menu to include food allergy navigation for vegan, coeliac and some dairy free. Full Review Here
Recommended By: @allergyguide / dublinwithfoodallergies.blogspot.com On: 2011-10-07


Gallagher's Boxty House
Temple Bar, Dublin View On Map
I visited here twice for dinner with a friend. The food is very traditional Irish, and very high quality. The atmosphere was warm and cozy. It's not trendy at all, very homey but elegant. The staff is professional, and our waiter gave me recommendations for Coeliac (gluten-free) diet options from memory. They were willing to make alterations with sauces and sides to accommodate my dietary needs. The food was excellent. The portions were huge. Way too much for me to eat, but if you're hungry, an entree will satisfy you completely.

The second time we ate, the two of us ordered a salad, a soup, a side, and two desserts between us. Again, we left incredibly satisfied. The desserts were amazing. Definitely save room, or better yet, order your dessert first. :)
Recommended By: janeses On: 2011-03-27


Lyrath Estate Hotel, Spa and Convention Centre
Kilkenny, County Kilkenny View On Map
Just back from a night at the Lyrath and thoroughly enjoyed it. The room was gorgeous, big, bright, spacious and with a lovely view. The food was amazing, we ate at La Perla restaurant, I have just recently been diagnosed as being coeliac and this was my first time dining out, the staff in the restaurant were so helpful in particular the maitre d Paul, he went through the menu with me offering advice on what I could eat. Absolutely everything was cooked to perfection and full of taste. We were given a glass of champagne each and a rose for me on my exit from the restauarnt. We then went up to the Club lounge for a few drinks and to listen to the music which again was brilliant, a guy playing his guitar brilliant voice and great songs. It would be hard to leave the Lyrath feeling anything other than relaxed and care free, our every need was catered for by very helpful and friendly staff, gorgeous food, lovely ambiance and room. I will definetely visit again and would highly recommend the Lyrath to anyone.
Recommended By: Kristenroche On: 2011-02-19


Credo
Grafton St, Dublin View On Map
Credo is a gluten free pizza place in Dublin, right off of Grafton street, the popular shopping area. Easy to find (close to Trinity College), and makes a big effort to be Coeliac friendly. The have separate cooks and kitchens; and a wide variety of gluten free pizzas. They even have a gluten free "sweet pizza" with chocolate, hazelnuts, and icing. Worth checking out.
Recommended By: @GF20Something / glutenfreetwentysomething.com On: 2010-09-09


Edward Langton's
Waterford, Kilkenny View On Map
Ate in Langtons on two nights in a row on a recent trip to Kilkenny and it was fantastic. The first night the place was packed. There was a wedding in progress and the restaurant and bar where both filled. The food was excellent and the staff were helpful and professional despite being under pressure. I am a coeliac and the waiter was very helpful in finding food I could eat. On the second night we ate in the bar instead of the restaurant and the food and service was again without fault. The waiter got a special order starter for me which was gluten free. There was music both nights and the atmosphere was great. I would definitely recommend this as a must visit while in Kilkenny.
Recommended By: ClaregirlClare On: 2010-09-01


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