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eastbaychicks Jul 15, 2012 12:36 PM

Anyone have tips at all....we are staying at Vdara 8/22-24, looking to book e
encore for the weekend after....anyone have tips for restaurants. I obviously want to try all the places peeps love...sage raku bouchon, but can I eat there?

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    eastbaychicks RE: eastbaychicks Jul 15, 2012 05:36 PM

    Can the crickets get any louder....better head over to an allergy website. I'm sad, cut I still love great food! They all don't get it.

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      Dave Feldman RE: eastbaychicks Jul 15, 2012 08:22 PM

      I would be shocked if these big restaurants can't help you -- gluten-free dishes are a common request now. I do know that Lotus of Siam is happy to comply with this request, as a Chowhound wrote to me off-list and I checked with Bank, the then GM, about this.

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        baderin RE: eastbaychicks Jul 24, 2012 12:01 PM

        I know that the Paris restaurant has a gluten free menu (I have a friend with celiac who eats there) but that's as much help as I can give you.

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          Eric RE: baderin Jul 24, 2012 12:23 PM

          Which restaurant at Paris? There are several restaurants at Paris.

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            MrsCris RE: Eric Jul 28, 2012 03:33 PM

            Mon Ami Gabi has a G-F menu. That's probably what they meant.
            It's always been a solid choice for me - I would recommend it.

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          drtechno RE: eastbaychicks Jul 26, 2012 01:25 PM

          My wife avoided gluten during breakfast and lunch without a problem. Everyone had decent menus.

          La Cave at wynn was a great standby lunch
          Tableau had really really good gluten free toast (so my wife claims). Bouchon's gluten free offerring wasn't as good.

          Gluten free wasn't a problem at Sage. e she went whole hog gluten. Same with Robuchon. Raku is mostly gluten free by its very nature.

          1. Jarnac RE: eastbaychicks Aug 30, 2012 12:11 PM

            Probably too late, but the Wynn Resorts now carry gluten free breads from a dedicated GF bakery in Vegas.

            http://theceliachusband.blogspot.fr/2...

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