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jesscarmel

Kosher Gluten Free In Nyc?

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Hi

We are going to NYC in december to take my mom out for her bday but our cousins who are coming are kosher and can only eat at a kkosher restaurant. does anyone know of a kosher restaurant that has gluten free?

thanks!

Jess


Diagnosed in March 2006 after being in the hospital due to pancreatitis due to undiagnosed celiac

years of being told i had IBS, taking numerous IBS medications (since the age of fifteen)

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Well if you want to take metro north to Hartsdale in Westchester my dad's restaurant which is a kosher restaurant has a gluten free menu (but I have a feeling this is not on the itinerary). LOL!

Bloom's, which is right near Grand Central has a gluten free menu. Although you may want to double check they are kosher and not just kosher style (depending on how strict your family is). I have a feeling they are kosher style. (And it's definately not a place I would recommend for a special birthday dinner, but good for lunch).

I included a link of kosher restaurants in NYC. I don't of any of these to have a gluten free menu; but I eat in restaurants in the city all the time and only been glutened once. Most waitstaff here tend to be very aware when I say I am "allergic to wheat & gluten".

I'm sure there are also more restaurants than what is on this list, that are kosher. There are definately places I've seen that I know are kosher that I don't see on here.

http://www.menupages.com/restaurants.asp?h...mp;cuisineid=39

http://www.bloomsnewyorkdeli.com/


Jillian

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thanks jillian! thats helpful :)


Diagnosed in March 2006 after being in the hospital due to pancreatitis due to undiagnosed celiac

years of being told i had IBS, taking numerous IBS medications (since the age of fifteen)

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The Prime Grill and Solo (both under the same ownership) are Kosher restaurants that understand gluten intolerance and offer a lot of gluten free options once you explain to them that you have Celiac Disease / Gluten Intolerance. I've never had a problem at either place.

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Babycakes on Broome Street has is a wheat free bakery. Lots of stuff is gluten free, some stuff has spelt flower so just be aware of what you order.

And. .yes, it's Kosher.


Visit to the er 4.1.06

blood test, positive for celiac disease 4.6.06

Endoscopy/biopsy/last day of gluten 5.25.06

Misdiagnosed for 2 decades. :( Feeling great now :)

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