In draft – work in progress
The original gluten free vegetarian Andrew went for a week’s holiday and sent back glowing reports via text messages of his culinary experiences. Gran Canaria is one of the islands known as the Canary Islands which belong to Spain and can be found in the Atlantic ocean way off North Africa. He was staying in Maspalomas.
“Just been to a restaurant and every single thing on the menu was available gluten free!! http://www.restauranteok.com/ – Restaurante ok, Avda. Tirajana 19 Barbados 1, Local 1, 35100 Playa del Ingles, Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, Spain.
Fusion restaurant in Playa del Ingles. Ceiling mirror with Amanda eating rice poet spring rolls and my Tom Kah soup! – Fusion Restaurant and Lounge Bar, Avenida Espana 12, Apartments Las Gacelas, 35100 Playa del Ingles, Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, Spain
Food has been amazing so far this trip. Here is my Tofu Pad Thai.
Gluten free Pizza. Chef is from Florence!! – Restaurante Pizzeria Piccola Italia, Calle San Agustin 2a, Planta Loc. 156, Calle Las Dalias S/N, 35100 San Agustin, Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, Spain
Pics below from Piccola Italia – we are there again. Gluten free chocolate souffle. Absolutely incredible. Then I had gluten free spaghetti arriabiata and Amanda had mushroom and black truffle risotto. All actually looked better in reality than photos. Taste and service and attention to detail incredible. Price in Euros – risotto 12, pasta 7.90, pudding 7.80.
[Souffle n risotto n spaghetti 3 pics]
Spaghetti looks small but it was enough. Had a salad to start. One of the best Italians I’ve been to probably after Florence.
Gluten free in all supermarkets. Maspalomas is a great location. You’d like it. Hardly any kids. Very very gay oriented. Lots of Germans, hardly any Brits. Better weather than Lanzarote but not so good for driving. Went into the mountains today. Amazing scenery but hard windy day drive.”