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Gluten-free Food And Restaurants In Montreal

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Anyone live in Montreal or travel there often?

I'm looking for some suggestions of places to eat in the city. I'd like places that are casual (I'll have my children with me)- perhaps places that only the locals know about??? Any type of cuisine- could be American, Thai, Vietnamese, Indian, Ethiopian, Greek... we like virtually everything.

Anything within the city.... doesn't have to be in the tourist section. If it is accessible by metro than it will do... Cote des Neiges, the Plateau, NDG, Parc extension, Snowdon, Pie IX, etc. Of course, if you have any recommendations for places along Ste. Catherine or the Old Port, that would be good too.

I used to live in Montreal before I was diagnosed as celiac, so I'm familiar with the city but not familiar with gluten-free-friendly restaurants.

Any suggestions for places to buy gluten-free products would be welcome too... we'll be eating some of our meals in our hotel room.

Suzie


Suzie

London, ON, Canada

celiac disease diagnosed by pos tTG March 2006 and pos biopsy June 2006

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Just contaced Swiss Chalet and found out they don't have any restaurants in Montreal :(

Does anyone know if the rotisserie chicken at St. Hubert (the Quebec version of Swiss Chalet) is gluten-free? Does anyone have any experience eating there?

Also- disappointed to find very few Wendy's locations in Montreal. There were none listed in the downtown area at all. Their website shows 2 locations in the very north east part of the city and 2 on Decarie.


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London, ON, Canada

celiac disease diagnosed by pos tTG March 2006 and pos biopsy June 2006

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Anyone live in Montreal or travel there often?

I'm looking for some suggestions of places to eat in the city. I'd like places that are casual (I'll have my children with me)- perhaps places that only the locals know about??? Any type of cuisine- could be American, Thai, Vietnamese, Indian, Ethiopian, Greek... we like virtually everything.

Anything within the city.... doesn't have to be in the tourist section. If it is accessible by metro than it will do... Cote des Neiges, the Plateau, NDG, Parc extension, Snowdon, Pie IX, etc. Of course, if you have any recommendations for places along Ste. Catherine or the Old Port, that would be good too.

I used to live in Montreal before I was diagnosed as celiac, so I'm familiar with the city but not familiar with gluten-free-friendly restaurants.

Any suggestions for places to buy gluten-free products would be welcome too... we'll be eating some of our meals in our hotel room.

Suzie

Hi Suzie,

In case you are still looking for places to eat in Montreal, we have found a great restaurant called ZERO 8 (they avoid 8 of the most common allergens in food inc. gluten). You can find it on the web. It is located on St-Denis at the Berry metro station. Very easy to get to. It's not cheap, but the food is excellent. They also sell frozen meals to go (and bread). The staff is also fantastic.

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Hello,

I live in Montreal, and keep looking for places to go. So if you find some more let us know.

We are very lucky to have two places that serve gluten free dishes close by in NDG. Casa Azul serves Mexican food in amazing corn flour tortillas (ask them to use a clean pan as they also have wheat tortillas). The second is Bangkok express, They have many wheat free dishes, and the only ones that do have the wheat, the wheat is in the sauce which is added at the end on the serving plate, so no cross contamination.

They have a breaded cho-chi fish (rice flour based) that my son LOVES!! We loved it before he was diagnosed!!

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