All Reviews by SunFlowerChild
21 rue Duret, Paris, France
Not easy to find as in an apartment block so had to phone at the gate. Bistro meal was not gourmet as it consisted of vegetable soup, small portions of gluten (can be bought in a can) potato and mushrooms, followed by cooked fruit and ice cream. I had to remind the hostess that my companion needed gluten free so was given tofu instead. So, the meal did not live up to our expectations. However, we enjoyed the evening as the hosts are friendly and the wine was good.
15-17 Grape Lane, The Quarter, York, England
Very warm and welcoming decor and staff. My mother needs non-spicy gluten-free and I like vegan so suited us both. Food great but could do with serving a tasty sauce (perhaps a selection) in a gravyboat for those of us who wish more flavour or to spice it up a bit.
1 Bishops Lane, High St, Kingston-Upon-Hull, Hull, England
The first time I visited the theme was Irish and American so didn't enjoy greatly. The second time was Mexican and Brazilian and the food was fantastic - agreed by my non-veggie companions. Plenty of choice and can go back for seconds. Definitely worth a visit when in the area.
18 Rue de la Bucherie, Paris, France
We enjoyed our meal though the toilets are up a winding staircase so not very accessible for the less-abled. Very easy to find and close to Notre Dame. Cramped dining room downstairs.
24 rue Rambuteau, Paris, France
Close to Pompidou Centre
Enjoyed our meal. Lots of choice. Expensive as all places are in Paris. Toilets were down a dark alley. Didn't realise until we left that there were two parts to the restaurant - we did wonder why all the food came in through the door!
25-27 Oxford St, London, England
Good except for chairs
Plenty of choice but salads were not very exciting. Been twice and enjoyed both meals. Another time I took a friend but she wouldn't stay as she has a bad back and the chairbacks give no support and the chairs are wobbly.