If you want the best coffee in town alongside a slice of gluten free cake, you’ve found the right place. This is a beautiful coffee shop within the grounds of the George Washington House, The Garrison, St Michael. It is a perfect venue for breakfast or lunch. There is seating inside and outside and the decor is clean, fresh and the smells are just devine. The staff are warm and friendly too. The breakfast menu is very tempting and I’m still salivating over a recent frittata!
They also take bookings if there is a large group of you!
Please note, that payment is strictly by cash only.
The Re-Discover Dine Around restaurant program had several restaurants, including many up-market establishments, offering Dinner Specials
The offer is for a 3-course Dinner including a bottle of wine per couple for Bds $99.00 (USD $50) per person.
Be sure to request the re-Discover Menu when making your reservation.
For a list of restaurants with menus and contact details go to http://www.re-discover.com. There are a couple of restaurants which are on my list of serving gluten free food, but call ahead to check on the others.
It’s an early start for the Brighton Farmers Market held every Saturday at the Brighton Plantation, St George as the opening hours are 6:00 am – 10:00 am. It is worth the early start though as it has a great social scene and a great family atmosphere. As well as fresh fruit and vegetables, there are craft stalls, gourmet stalls and gluten free products too.
Go and experience a delightful breakfast on the grounds of a beautiful plantation with a beautiful view of the St George valley.
Wondering where to get your gluten free breakfast? Fancy a spot of late lunch? Last minute dinner plans? Below lists the opening times of the cafes that serve gluten free food by each day. All of these are marked on the map on my website. Click on the names for more details about the cafes too. Eat and enjoy!
Lemongrass Noodle Bar & Grill is set within the Limegrove shopping centre in Holetown, St.James. There are many delicious modern Asian dishes and they offer rice noodles in place of any wheat noodles. They also use naturally fermented Kikkoman soy sauce which is gluten free. The reviews on Trip Advisor are very good.
They do takeaway too! A great venue for either lunch for dinner.
A salad that is full of colour and looks good enough to eat! Part of the fun is the assembling of the salad but you could change how I have it if you are feeling creative enough. This Cuban salad recipe is an easy salad to make and very refreshing. The dressing is fresh and tasty too. I had difficulty restraining myself from munching the whole plate in one sitting!
The salad is a melody of avocado, tomatoes, lettuce, onion and radishes. So simple and with a tasty dressing is very uplifting. It needs to be eaten pretty soon after making as the avocado may start to discolour.
Sea Island Foods are a great resource of Gluten Free products. They supply local hotels, restaurants, supermarkets and will also deliver to individuals for a $50 BD minimum purchase.
They have an amazing range of gluten free breads, rolls, muffins, pizza bases, cookies, muffins, cakes, frozen meals, flours, cereals, pasta and tortillas. Quite a list! Look at their site and drool over their cakes! Their frosted donuts are making me drool!
The range of products will more likely be known to those visiting the island. They stock Katz, Kinnikinnick, Udis, Chex GF and Tinkyada. No need to use up unnecessary suitcase space bringing your own products with you! Contact them ahead of your visit and they will be happy to help you.
If you are eating at a restaurant, you are probably eating the products they supplied!