Secret Haunts: Hidden Gems of Allergy Awareness

in Managing Allergies, Travel & Dining
Published: June 12, 2013

Canadian Secret Haunts

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Restaurant
4186 Main Street, Vancouver
“This eatery sources the freshest local ingredients around. The menu has gluten-free appetizers and pasta dishes, but my heart beats for their gluten-free, dairy-free, corn-free pizza.”
–Leanne Vogel,

Santé Gluten Free Café
2630-A Quadra Street, Victoria
“Beyond gluten-free, Chef Hanna has honed her recipes to offer a comprehensive vegan, dairy-, egg- and soy-free repertoire, in any combination.”
–Ellen Bayens,

LIV and Play at White Oaks Resort and Spa
253 Taylor Rd., Niagara-on-the-Lake
“Both restaurants are very well versed in food allergies; LIV is perfect for special occasions while Play offers healthier cuisine in a hip atmosphere.”
–Steve Rosenbaum, Allerdine

1141 rue Bélanger, Montreal

“This unique Montreal bistro offers delicious meals that are free of gluten, peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, soy, sesame and seafood.”
–Laurie Harada, Food Allergy Canada

Le Lapin Sauté
52 Rue du Petit Champlain, Quebec City
“Our favourite romantic lunch spot in the Old Town, le Lapin Sauté has a menu that boasts a mixture of soy-free, corn-free, dairy-free and grain-free options.”
–Leanne Vogel,

See also:
Allergy-Aware Restaurants
Step-by-Step Guide to Dining Out Safely