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Dining In Western, Ma

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Hi there are lots of places to eat in this area. There is a great thai food place called "thai garden" that is good about gluten free stuff....I get the chicken pad thai all the time and have never been sick. "Smokin Lil's" has a gluten free menu and its great bbq. "Sierra Grille is awesome and delicious and I have never had problems there - just need to ask what is gluten free etc..they are nice there. Amherst has "Butternuts" which has specific celiac menus and offers bread, beer, and all gluten free. There's a trader joes and whole foods in amherst and the Stop and shop in Noho has a decent gluten free selection. Let me know if you need any more info...I'm happy to help!

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Hi Kristen & Melissa -

One small correction, Butternuts, TJ's and Whole Foods are all in Hadley, not Amherst. If you travel a little further up rte. 9 to Amherst, you will find a wonderful Chinese restaurant call Panda East. They are well educated and will happily cook for you and bring you gluten free soy sauce and the manager will visit your table while you eat to make sure you are happy. There is also a Thai place in Amherst called Thai Corner and they will also cook gluten-free for you if requested. There are lots of options here.

Sadly my daughter is so sensitive that we have stopped eating out until we get at least one round of "normal" bloodwork (which will hopefully be soon) and then we're looking forward to cautiously trying a few of these little treats again.

Enjoy your trip to our "Happy Valley"!

Barb

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Barb-

I really appreciate the help! That gives me a lot of options!! Thanks!

Hi Kristen & Melissa -

One small correction, Butternuts, TJ's and Whole Foods are all in Hadley, not Amherst. If you travel a little further up rte. 9 to Amherst, you will find a wonderful Chinese restaurant call Panda East. They are well educated and will happily cook for you and bring you gluten free soy sauce and the manager will visit your table while you eat to make sure you are happy. There is also a Thai place in Amherst called Thai Corner and they will also cook gluten-free for you if requested. There are lots of options here.

Sadly my daughter is so sensitive that we have stopped eating out until we get at least one round of "normal" bloodwork (which will hopefully be soon) and then we're looking forward to cautiously trying a few of these little treats again.

Enjoy your trip to our "Happy Valley"!

Barb

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