This is the second of two blogs on my time in Ireland, I hope you enjoy!
As many of you may already know, I spent two weeks last month in Ireland with a group of fellow classmates on an NYU Food Studies graduate study abroad program. During the course of our time together we crisscrossed the lush, green country and studied Ireland's food culture, food systems, agriculture industry, history, and the current gastronomic landscape. As part of the course assignments we put together a blog with each student contributing once per week. For the next couple of posts I will be sharing my blogs from the trip - I hope you enjoy!
This post will wrap up my series dedicated to eating gluten-free in Paris. If you have missed any of the prior posts be sure to look back and catch up. When you are traveling for an extended period of time it is always a good idea to check out local supermarkets for snacks and preparing your own meals.
This post I am very excited to share my most favorite Parisian gluten-free place of all, Noglu. There are two locations with different approaches located right across from one another in Paris - Noglu Boutique-Atelier and Noglu Restaurant & Épicerie - and as of this past fall a brand new NYC location on the Upper East Side.
This post I will be talking about another favorite gluten-free spot I discovered in Paris last summer called Helmut Newcake. There were two locations then - one near the Canal Saint Martin and the other in La Madeliene. The first location has since closed and the website indicates that a new project is in process - let's hope it is an expanded café coming soon!