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Any Gluten Free Restaurants / Stores In Shanghai Or Hong Kong?

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I will be traveling on business for two weeks in April to Shanghai and Hong Kong. Does anyone know of any restaurants w/ gluten free choices in either of these cities? I've done some google and other searches but didn't come up with anything. I wasn't too hopeful to begin with - but wanted to put it out there in case someone had a suggestion. Thanks

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I have been in Shanghai for a few weeks now. We are staying in an apartment in Pudong so we are doing most of our own cooking. There is a chain of specialty grocery stores called City Shop (http://www.cityshop.com.cn) that have an awesome selection of fresh fish, produce and other imported foods. The one I visit is in the Citigroup building in Pudong. Someone on the Shanghai gluten-free group mentioned that one of their stores carries gluten-free food but I'm not sure which one because I don't eat much bread, pasta, cookies, etc.

Also, here is the list of restaurants from the Shanghai gluten-free group:

Lost Heaven - Yunnan food, from southwest China. Generally does not use soy sauce in their dishes, and rice and potatoes are their main starch ingredients. Yummy too. http://www.smartshanghai.com/venue/2603/Lo...uisine_shanghai

Whampoa Club - upscale Chinese food, located on the Bund. Looks expensive. Can bring your own sauce sauce for them to use. http://www.smartshanghai.com/venue/435/Whampoa_Club_shanghai

La Verbena - Spanish food, located in Pudong. http://www.laverbena.com.cn/

Mimosa Supper Club - not really familiar with this restaurant, or location, but supposed to have really good food.

http://www.smartshanghai.com/venue/2103/Mi...erclub_shanghai

I read somewhere that the Hilton makes gluten-free bread and can accomodate a gluten-free diet. I assume the other high-end hotels like the Hyatt, Shangri-La, Westin, etc. can as well.

Enjoy!


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MP - celiac for 10 years

 

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