We love challenges and we are always looking to improve our app and make it suitable for any dietary requirement. We asked The Gluten Freelancer to try BigDish and let us know if it’s good for celiacs too.
“Celiac disease and food apps not always are a good match. Do you know why? Because we are the exception and not the rule. Especially when it comes to takeaways, the choice is between a 12inch frisbee pizza that could literally break your house’s walls and a sad salad, served in a sad box, with no dressing.
This time, I challenged BigDish app to find the ideal restaurant in three different locations. The challenge was: can a celiac use a restaurant discounts app without bad surprises?”
The answer is in The Gluten Freelancer’s trips to Brighton, Bournemouth and Birmingham.
“I went on the BigDish app, selected the location and browsed the list. Ole Ole came up and I was already sold for some good Spanish cuisine, with 50% off my meal!
She booked for two people and got surprised by the restaurant’s preparation on gluten free requirements:
“The staff was really attentive to my dietary requirements and I had the chef serving me directly from the kitchen. On top of that, I got a great discount using BigDish.”
If you think that The Gluten Freelancer had the famous beginner’s luck in Brighton, wait to read what happened in Bournemouth:
“I wondered if BigDish had some gluten free Italian options on their list… And, by the time I selected Bournemouth as a location, I was already into Wildwood amazing menu.”
Same as in Brighton, I booked a table (this time for one person) and I enjoyed 25% off my bill.
I had the chance to speak directly to the chefs and I found out they offer gluten free pasta, gluten free pizza and other delicious gluten free starters and sides.”
Look at that gluten free pizza! Entirely made with rice flour, garnished with Italian smoked ham and wild rocket. Now you know were to satisfy your gluten free Italian cravings with great discounts in Bournemouth!
Last City for The Gluten Freelancer was Brum, Bham… Birmingham!
She fancied some Teppan-Yaki so Shogun served her with a proper food show…
“The chef was roasting fish and meat and preparing rice on their special heated table right in front of me. They also had a tray of gluten free sauces which the chef showed me to make me feel safe and enjoy even more my food.”
The Gluten Freelancer finishes her gluten free story giving us some hints on the next challenge:
“As much as I love travelling for work and pleasure, I can’t wait to enjoy BigDish discounts in London soon. Yes, their restaurant list is growing and London options are on my radar.“
We will be ready, soon! In the meantime, head to The Gluten Freelancer’s blog to read the complete article.
Download the app now if you don’t want to miss some great discounts on gluten free food and beyond!