AllergyEats – provides valuable peer-based feedback about how well (or poorly) restaurants accommodate the needs of food-allergic diners. You can customize your search by selecting from the top 10 allergens (gluten, wheat, corn, dairy, eggs, fish, peanuts, shellfish, soy and tree nuts), entering a specific location, or choosing the “Find Near Me” option. It’s free on the Apple Store and Google Play.
Dine Gluten Free – Find and read detailed peer reviews of thousands of “gluten-free-friendly” businesses in the U.S. and around the world. The reviews are searchable by location and include restaurants, bakeries, markets, hotels, B&Bs, cruises and even colleges. Free on the Apple Store and Google Play.
Find Me Gluten Free – Search for gluten-free dining options by entering a specific location or browse the “Popular Chains” option, which includes links to the chain restaurants’ websites and gluten-free menus. The “User Reviews” share valuable information and tips. Free on Apple Store and Google Play.
- Gluten Free and Allergy Free Travel Translation Cards -Learn to safely and effectively communicate your food concerns when ordering meals in foreign-speaking countries with this app. With 13 different languages to choose from, you will feel at ease when dining in restaurants throughout the world while managing your gluten-free diet and food allergies.
- Gluten Free Restaurant Cards from CeliacTravel.com – Roger Elliott of CeliacTravel.com says, “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.” This app has gluten-free restaurant cards in 54 languages to use when you dine out at a restaurant, either in the U.S. or abroad.