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Gluten Free Restaurant Cards for Celiacs / Coeliacs

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Roger & LyndsayThe gluten free restaurant cards below are free - I simply wanted to help other celiacs / coeliacs avoid the problems I have had getting gluten free food when dining out. However, if you are able to, I would appreciate a small donation towards the running of Celiac Travel.com. So if you can, please make a donation of $5 (or whatever you can afford) via PayPal. Thank you - Roger. (The gluten free restaurant cards are at the bottom of the page).

(If you can't donate, a link is just as valuable, so if you have a blog or website, please consider linking to us - thanks!)

Free Gluten-Free Restaurant Cards for Celiacs / Coeliacs - get safe gluten free food wherever you are

These Celiac Travel.com gluten free restaurant cards are for you to print out and take with you when you dine out at a restaurant, either at home or abroad. The great thing about being able to print your own is you can give them to the waiter or waitress to take to the kitchen. The most common problem with getting gluten free food when dining in restaurants is that your message gets lost or corrupted on its way to the kitchen.

To see what the restaurant cards say, look at the one in your language. And if you can translate into any language we haven't got here, please let me know.

Gluten Free Cards App for the iPhone

If you want to know more about why we spent so much time making these gluten free food restaurant cards available for free, read more about Celiac Travel.com here.

"I used your Spanish card in Panama with great success. Waitstaff were often bemused but were very helpful and we never once got an inadvertent dose of gluten. One tiny bit of gluten = a 2-3 day migraine for me, so this really made for pain-free dining. Thank you for a wonder travel tool." - Karla Maree, Certified Nutrition Consultant, San Carlos, California, USA.

"My husband has been on a gluten-free diet for about 10 years with good results. Because our daughter now lives in England we are doing more travelling and to non-English speaking countries. Using your cards for the most recent trip (to the UK, Austria, Czech Republic and Hungary) made ordering in restaurants so much easier. Sometimes the server would just point at items that Bob could eat. A waiter in Vienna complimented Bob on being a prepared traveller. Thanks for helping us have a wonderful and healthy trip!" - Betsy Grizzard, Lakeland, Florida, USA.

Gluten-free restaurant cards - 63 languages available

Bangla (Bangladeshi)
Chinese (Mandarin)
Chinese (Simplified)
Khmer (Cambodian)
Persian (Farsi)
Tagalog (Filipino)

"Just wanted to send a great big thanks your way. My man and I recently travelled to Paris for the first time. I don't speak a word of French and his is atrocious - your GF card made it a breeze for him to eat. We had no gluten incident the whole trip (and that's really saying something)! Thanks so much for providing these for free! It's a breeze to print out a couple on the fly and go eat - no waiting for payments to process or things to come in the mail. I will definitely be using them in the future." - Kiki Lai, personal assistant, Toronto, Canada.

"Thank you, thank you for your site. I have used your cards in 5 different languages now (Greek, Korean, Arabic, Nepali and Japanese). They are a godsend! I recommend them to every Celiac I know! They are absolutely liberating when traveling and I NEVER get caught without one in my pocket. I wish I had some helpful tips that I've learned, but really all I can say is that these are wonderful help when traveling in countries where you can't always communicate. Thank you!" - Ally Sander, US Air Force, living in the Middle East

"I just want to thank you for your web site and the information you provide. I have used your travel cards frequently throughout my travels throughout Europe and recommend them to all my friends." - Chantelle O'Halloran, London, UK.

"Many thanks to you Roger, for providing this information to parents of children who are Coeliacs! It makes it so much easier for us when we want to eat out as a family, in a local restaurant, here in Luxembourg or just across the borders in Germany, Belgium or France." - Gerard Hanny-Labastille, Administrative Assistant, Luxembourg.

"I want to take the time to extend my thanks for putting this site together. It has been a lifesaver this summer. I am newly diagnosed(about 3 months) and as part of my University studies have been traveling around Europe. While I figured I would be alright in the UK since English is the main language, I do not know what I would have done without your cards in France and Italy. My class will also be traveling to Greece and Brussels, where many of the meals have been pre-selected for us. These cards have been a true blessing in making sure that I don't get accidentally gluten, although there have been a few close calls with chefs not leaving off sauces. Due to all of this traveling, I am not currently in a situation to donate. However, once I get back to the States and begin work again, this site will be the first place I make a contribution to. I can not sing your praises enough. Thank you for making traveling a real possibility!" - Caitlin Burman, Miami, Florida.

"Thank you soooooooooooooooo much for these Gluten-Free Restaurant Cards---they have been such a stree-reducer when eating out...I still have some anxiety before actually eating the "gluten-free" prepared food. These cards are the such a big help! I really appreciate you sharing these with other Celiac Disease sufferers." - Linda Gibson, Work week manager, Pennsylvania.

"Just a quick note to say thank you very much for the language cards. I was diagnosed in 1998 and having worked in human rights since then, have travelled widely, mostly without a problem although I've certainly had the occasional unpleasant poisoning (Egypt being particularly memorable working for days with stomach cramp). However some cuisines are definitely harder than others when trying to avoid gluten and an experience in Turkey three weeks ago led me to your site and cards which I printed off and used to great effect for the reminder of my trip. In the two weeks since I've been to Czech Rep and Poland on business and printed cards for those trips too.

Fantastic! I had absolutely no problems and could actually feel confident about what i was eating. Sometimes it's not just the language barrier but seeing something written in their own language means it's taken so much more seriously. I'm wondering why i never used these cards before. So a massive thank you for making them so clear and easily available!" - Joanna James, Human Rights Professional, London, UK.

If you intend to use our gluten free restaurant cards, please consider helping us with a donation of $5, or whatever you can afford. Thank you. Roger.

(If you can't donate, a link is just as valuable, so if you have a blog or website, please consider linking to us - thanks!)

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