I love Thai food. No, that's definitely an understatement.
I ABSOLUTELY ADORE AND COULD EAT EVERY DAY THE AMAZING FLAVORS OF THAI!
*cough* Excuse my enthusiasm.... XD
The reason for this is because right after I had to start eating gfree, Thai food was one of the only genres of food that had the least contamination and had many food options that I enjoyed eating even before I was diagnosed. It was like a safe haven of food that I could turn to when I wanted to eat out and it thus developed into my current adoration.
This food blog entry is to share with all of you another Davis inspired restaurant (I promise some Berkeley gfree places are coming soon!) named Thai Canteen.
The style of this restaurant is more self serve; you order and then they bring you the food. The atmosphere is super casual and the place is always filled with university students with Thai cravings just like me! Price is definitely affordable for a quick, tasty meal and could explain the hordes of students coming in and out. Best part is that most curries, stir fry dishes, and noodles dishes are completely gfree! Soy sauce is big at Chinese and perhaps Korean restaurants but Thai doesn't really use it since their dishes are traditionally more sweet and tangy than salty.
Kris and T are two college students that are both diagnosed with Celiac Disease. The goal of our blog is to provide tips, advice, and information on gluten free dining while on a budget. We will provide resturant reviews, recipes, product reviews, and tips on gluten free eats!
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