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Gluten Free in United Arab Emirates

From the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, to Yas Island in Abu Dhabi and the Emirates airports being a hugely popular transfer point, it is no surprise how many people visit the UAE each year. However, whether staying or transiting can you eat Gluten Free when travelling to the country? Find previous recommendations here and do share your own as well.

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Abu Dhabi|Dubai
Sofitel Dubai The Palm Resort & Spa
Palm Jumeirah, Dubai View On Map
Can highly recommend this hotel for anyone heading to Dubai. Separate GF station for breakfast (with pancakes every day!) and they'll also cook whatever you like separately. All the menus show which dishes contain gluten and the chefs came out in each restaurant to reassure me and tell me what other dishes they could adapt.
Never once felt like I was an inconvenience and the service was first class. I really don't want to go home!!
Recommended By: Tracy On: 2017-09-02

Bain Al Jessrain, Abu Dhabi View On Map
I have been numerous times to Frankies and have always found it to be excellent. The food is excellent and there are numerous options for both veggies and meat eaters. They also cater very well for me as a coeliac and will happily prepare alternatives or offer suggestions of what I can eat.

The rack of lamb is amazing and the creme brulee was wonderful, but this is now off the dinner menu although it is available on the lunch menu and it has changed and wasnt that great. The wine guy is very knowledgeable and has always offered affordable options for great wine.

The bar area is great although they could do with losing the TV screens that went up for the world cup and are still there as they detract from the ambience of the bar. The piano player can be a bit hit and miss but he is good fun.

The staff are great : from the waiting staff to the door hosts to the manager. Special mention to Lesley who is a real asset to the restaurant. They are all helpful and enthusiastic and the training that they have received is fantastic. Very consistent.

My only gripe is that there isnt pork on the menu so no delicious hams to enjoy although the manager is trying to change this. I have yet to try them for their Friday brunch which is a new introduction.

This isnt the cheapest restaurant, but the setting is lovely, the private room if you want it is nice, the staff are great and the food is always wonderful.
Recommended By: Tillybeean17 On: 2010-12-27