Gluten-Free Dining in Abu Dhabi – How to keep-up with your gluten-free Diet when in Abu Dhabi

Over the past several decades many of us have distanced ourselves from gluten. Although gluten is responsible for the chewy quality in some foods, it is known to cause certain celiac diseases. If you also have sworn off gluten and are planning to enjoy a memorable time in the glamorous corners of Abu Dhabi, don’t forget to dine at these gluten-free flavour spots.

Firin Gluten Free Bakery, Abu Dhabi

 

Even though the city seems to be swamped with many Abu Dhabi desert restaurants, many on a gluten-free diet choose to dine at the Firin Bakery. A pioneer in introducing gluten free menus to Abu Dhabi, the Firin Bakery is also decorated with recycled wood furniture.

 

Jones the Grocer

 

If you are done savouring the sumptuous Mediterranean and Middle Eastern delicacies at well known dining venues at properties such as Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara, visit Jones the Grocer for one or two bites of delicious gluten-free desserts.

BOA Steakhouse

 

If you are looking for a mouth-watering steak, visit the BOA Steakhouse for a flavourful experience. Their gluten free menu boasts appetisers, pasta and almost every kind of side.

Pizzaro, Abu Dhabi

 

A place to sample the best Italian flavours, be it pasta, pizza or even delicious desserts, Pizzaro also offers a gluten-free menu.

 

 

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Food Dishes you must Try in Sri Lanka – Explore the Diverse Culinary Art of Islanders

Sri Lankan cuisine is known for the explosive flavours and the perfect blend of exotic spices. The culinary varieties are in fact a perfect representation of resourceful islanders. Read ahead to discover a few dishes you must try when in Sri Lanka.

Kottu

 

This is popular snack you will run into in any street corner in the country. This is a shredded parata roti mixed with lots of spices, onions, vegetables, egg and any meat of your choice. It’s easy, delicious and goes perfectly with a cold beer.

 

Parippu

 

Also known as dhal curry, this is a staple in every Sri Lankan household. The Dhal is cooked with milk turmeric powder and chili to make this dish. It is often paired with a plate of rice or bread.

Kiribath

 

This is prepared by cooking rice with coconut milk. It is often prepared to celebrate special occasions and traditional festivals such as the Sinhala and Tamil New year. This is a dish often available in the menus of any hotel in Colombo, Galle or Bentota restaurants including some popular hotels such as AVANI Bentota Resort & Spa.

 

Mallum

 

This is like a green salad. Often made with shredded coconut, some kind of green, onions, tomatoes and dash of lime. Often served cold but sometimes the mixture is slightly heated in a pan. This is again a dish paired with rice.

 

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The Most Common Drinks in Thailand – Quench Your Thirst

The beverage culture in Thailand is quite exciting. Besides Thai beer that is extremely popular among visitors, the country offers a variety of colourful and delicious drinks for teetotalers.

 

Here are some of the best options;

 

Cha Yen

This is a very sweet Thai iced tea. Cha Yen is made out of black tea and sweetened condensed milk, served with ice and some evaporated milk on the top. This is a bright orange drink often served in Thai restaurants such as the ones in resorts like Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort.

 

 

Cha Manao

Directly translated as lime tea, this is perfect for all tea lovers. This is brewed similar to Cha Yen but instead of the condensed milk, it is mixed with squeezed lime. This is common beverage found anywhere including street venders, city hotels, beach resorts and at riverside restaurants in Bangkok.

 

Nam Manao

This is simply lime juice served with water and sugar. It is the perfect refreshing drink to ease the humidity and heat from tropical Thailand and to even out spicy Thai curries. Most restaurants serve the drink with sugar syrup on the side to sweeten it as you like.

 

Sweet flavoured milk

This is a scrumptious drink made out of milk, coloured and flavoured syrup and ice. It’s a very sweet drink that compliments most flavorful Thai dishes.

 

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.

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