|Me in front of the Princess Emerald, ported in Grenada|
So here are a few tips for Princess, and probably for any cruise line like Celebrity, Carnival, Royal Caribbean etc., when cruising on a gluten free diet.
|Alfredo sauce with a gluten free quinoa pasta|
|lobster tail with massive prawns served with rice|
If you are having any issues with the food in any situation, speak with the head waiter, don't speak with the waiter serving your table. The head waiter knows how to make things happen, even if that means bringing in the assistant maitre'd or maitre'd who is the next level up. We do have a story with that, that if Amanda doesn't share, I'll certainly share.
|Gluten free Moroccan crock pot. This was threw room service|
|This was at their cover charge restaurant Sabatini's.|
quinoa seafood pasta. Or is that seafood with some pasta?
There is breakfast, lunch and dinner in the dining rooms. Those are obviously the best ways to avoid any cross contamination at the buffets. But there are still some great gluten free buffet meals on the ship. You can also order room service for any meals, they are able to prepare gluten free meals as well.
We booked this cruise and our previous Celebrity cruise with Meredith Travel:
4 Robert Speck Pkwy - 15th Floor
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Direct Line: (416) 907-3299
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Some other gluten free cruise links you may also enjoy:
- Gluten Free Travel on Celebrity Cruises: Part 1 - Caribbean 2010
- Gluten Free Travel on Celebrity Cruises: Part 2 - The Gluten Free Meals