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Gluten Free in Canada

The second largest country in the world with an incredible variety of places to visit. Be it spending time in the mountains around Vancouver or at Niagara Falls, there is something for everyone. However, where can you eat Gluten Free when travelling across the country? Find previous recommendations here and do share your own as well.

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Alberta|Ontario|British Columbia|Quebec|Manitoba
Bombay Mahal
Montreal, Quebec View On Map
This is my favorite Indian restaurant that I have found in any city. The service is always friendly and as someone who suffers from Celiac disease they have always been awesome about answering my questions. The quality of the food is awesome- cannot say enough good things about this place.
Recommended By: thecanadiansoutherner.weebly.com On: 2017-02-26

Enoteca Mozza Pizzeria Moderna
Montreal, Quebec View On Map
Mozza has a gluten free menu and a regular menu. The pasta is very good!
Recommended By: thecanadiansoutherner.weebly.com On: 2017-02-15

Montreal, Quebec View On Map
This is a gem in Montreal. The restaurant is small and family run. The quality of the food is always fantastic and the prices are beyond reasonable. The food is certified gluten free so those with an allergy can feel safe eating here. Be sure the try the mango juice!
Recommended By: thecanadiansoutherner.weebly.com On: 2017-01-31

Mint Garden
Newmarket, Ontario View On Map
My son and I are both celiac. There are many rice noodle dishes available to eat here. Tanya is very friendly and a great Vietnamese cook. We're here at least a couple of times a week. Corner of Elgin St. and Leslie St.
Recommended By: Kathy On: 2016-08-27

London, Ontario View On Map
Local Italian bakery in London, Angelos, offers gf baked goods, ready to take gf pizza dough, pasta bar, it's awesome!
Recommended By: denise On: 2015-07-24

Joy Of Gluten Free
Ottawa, Ontario View On Map
Joy of gluten free bakery in Ottawa is incredible.
Recommended By: denise On: 2015-07-24

Jane's Gluten Free
, Moncton, New Brunswick View On Map
Nice store with good selection of gluten free products. EVERYTHING sold in store is checked out extensively by the owner to ensure it truly is GF before it appears on the shelf. Peace of mind GF shopping!
Recommended By: Barry Boyle On: 2014-03-15

The Irish Tea Room
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario View On Map
The Irish Tea Room is not a strictly gluten free eatery, but they take the issue very seriously. The following is directly from their website regarding gluten free items: "In The Irish Tea Room we are very strict about the preparation and storage of our gluten free dishes. In the kitchen we have separate equipment (including a separate oven) for use in cooking gluten free dishes only, which are stored in their own separate containers and cupboards. Out front in the Tea Room, all of the display cabinets contain gluten free items only to avoid the chance of any cross contamination." Separate oven, separate containers, dishes, cupboards & display case. Most restaurants don't take this kind of care when offering gluten free options. Our server was very knowledgeable, and was able to answer all of our questions. The menu clearly marks all gluten free items, and the entire front display case of pastries & desserts was gluten free.

I ordered the gluten free Boxty, which is a crepe stuffed with curry chicken. I ordered a mixed bean salad and a beet salad as the sides, and the whole meal was divine. So good that I am going to try and recreate it. Service was friendly and the atmosphere was relaxed. There was a large selection of gluten free desserts, so we had to try them. My husband ordered the cheesecake, and I ordered the Banoffee pie.

I have to say, everything from the atmosphere to the service to the food was fantastic at the Irish Tea Room. The food was reasonably priced, and the small but diverse menu had offerings sure to please most eaters, from gluten free to vegetarian. The dishes are traditional Irish fare, which to me means good old fashioned comfort food. Highly recommended.
Recommended By: @CeliacBaby / coulditbeceliac.blogspot.com On: 2013-08-20

Burgoo Restaurant
Vancouver, British Columbia View On Map
A lovely, vintage style restaurant at Lonsdale Quay. A separate book of recommendations for all sorts of allergies, with ingredient list at the back. I had the pulled pork, which is supposed to be a sandwich, but it was no problem to have it with rice, potatoes or nachos. delicious chili chocolate pot for dessert and even Bard's gluten free beer. So good we went back again, and I had the Kentucky Burgoo. Delicious again. They also have 3 other restaurants in downtown Vancouver and sell souvenirs.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2013-06-09

Matterhorn Bakery
West Kelowna, British Columbia View On Map
Great bread, with various varieties, seeded, sesame,raisin and regular white. Also brownies and muffins. They will do sandwiches for sit in or takeaway too.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2013-06-06