Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus: Looking to escape the crowds of Key West in search of quality cuisine in a peaceful atmosphere? Check out Kaya Island Eats at mile marker 14.5. They have a bright and cheerful decor with tropical views (sunset anyone?) and a Floribbean menu with several gluten-free dishes. Try the Rasta Pasta, a noodle dish that substitutes pad Thai noodles for regular angel hair. Made with hemp oil and macadamia nut pesto, the dish comes with the option to add veggies, chicken, shrimp or lobster. Pair this with a tropical cocktail made from Bombora gluten-free vodka and finish with their Chocolate Polenta Cake. As they say, "No gluten, no worries." Call in September for seasonal hours.
Waterfront Dining: Those looking to escape the crowds of Key West in search of quality cuisine and a peaceful atmosphere should try Kaya Island Eats on Saddle Bunch Keys at mile marker 14.5. Bright and cheerful decor with unparalleled tropical views, friendly, down-home service, happy hour specials and a fun, Floribbean menu make this a customer favorite. Start with the conch ceviche or Jamaican jerk chicken wings topped with goat cheese and a glass of white wine to pair it with. For entrees, try the "No Worries Shrimp Curry" glazed with coconut and red curry sauce, or the "Chicken Cherryaki" served with rice and fresh vegetables. Call in September for seasonal hours.