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Nadimos Restaurant Review – Bangkok

Last month I went out on a daring adventure to Queen Sirikit & Lumpini Park, then met up with a friend for dinner at Nadimo’s on Silom Soi 19.

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When we arrived, one of the staff spoke very good English and I was able to explain that I needed gluten free fare. He helpfully explained that many of meat dishes were gluten free – such as the kebabs and meatballs. But since I’ve been on a bit of a vegetarian kick, I abstained.IMG_3111

The salads and dips were lovely! The chef even cut up some extra carrot sticks (to substitute for the breads) and I binged on fried potatoes and feta. They’ve got a pretty good wine selection, however on this occasion it was their Mint & Lime smoothie that won me over 🙂IMG_3110

Nadimos has 2 locations in Bangkok – Silom 19 and Sukhumvit 24. Both locations are easy to find and understand what’s needed in a gluten free diet. They also do delivery! Check them out! http://www.nadimos.com/

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Sloane’s #glutenfree #sausages

imageLiving and eating in Bangkok has just become easier!

Friends of mine recently found this gluten free sausage in Ari Villa and picked it up for me. Apparently, Sloane’s does a few different types of gluten free sausages which are available in several grocery stores around Bangkok and for delivery from Passion Delivery and Paleo Robbie. Sloane’s also regularly frequents the Farmer’s Markets in the city. Continue reading

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@Paleorobbie Bangkok’s Paleo Provider

I don’t know about you gluten free folk, but I can’t eat at my school’s canteen, or the soup stalls down the road. I usually spend Sundays cooking and preparing my lunches for the week, but I want my Sundays back!

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Some of the girls at work order from Health Box and other food delivery services, although the problem with them is that they don’t normally offer gluten free food, nor do they say that their kitchen is safe from cross-contamination. Continue reading

#Glutenfree Bab bim bap around Bangkok

imageEver since I had a stopover in Korea, I have come to enjoy the occasional bab bim bap. Laura over at Gluten Free Traveller recommended this dish as it contains steamed vegetables, rice, egg and kimchi.

I’ve had difficulty finding a gluten free bab bim bap around Bangkok as many of the Korean places I visited added soy sauce to the dishes, either in the rice or kimchi. But I found recently that Sukishi chains don’t – what a relief!

If you do find yourself heading off to Korea, here are a couple helpful websites to prepare you for the trip: