I have to eat gluten-free so I don’t always get to eat out when we travel. The Boston and Cape Cod areas were amazing, however. Not only did they have really good gluten-free food but they understood how to prepare it safely. Below are the restaurants we found:
Chatham Fish and Lobster Co. in Chatham on Cape Cod: All the fried food here is gluten-free. For the first time ever, I was able to have fish and chips. I also tasted my first ever crab cake. The lobster salad was fantastic, also. (I went a little crazy since I’ve never been to have these things.) We ate here a week later when we visited Cape Cod again.
DECCA in Boston by the USS Constitution: I had a chicken Caesar sandwich that was so good. I rarely get to order a sandwich at a restaurant.
East Bay Grille in Plymouth: Unfortunately, I didn’t take a photo of the food but I had alfredo with scallops. It was the best pasta I’ve had at a restaurant.
Quincy Market in Boston: I don’t remember the name of the restaurant because there are so many. As we were walking through, I saw a sign for clam chowder, another thing I’ve never had before (except out of a can). It was so yummy.