Mangiare Senza Glutine is a complete guide that allows you to quickly and easily find restaurants, pizzerias, hotels, bars, ice cream parlors that offer gluten-free around you, in Italy!
The upgrade of archive is guaranteed by a constant job placement and control. The database structure is present within the program so you do not need a connection to the internet to use the application, but only for downloading updates.
And is possible to add local users clicking on www.mangiaresenzaglutine.it, registering and submitting their reports so they are shared with all users, which can be downloaded directly to your phone.
This feature allows you to track down a list from the local region, city and town. For each of these three levels there is the possibility also show that the local location.
The search results are immediately sorted by distance from where you are, but you can also perform a search in alphabetical order.
You can also manage your favorites so you always have an eye on how far you are compared to our current position.
Tab of the single structure the top toolbar allows you to directly call the telephone number of the premises, or be guided by the navigation to your destination, then add / remove the room from your favorites.
The tab also "Parola al Gestore", where the owner of the restaurant provides his personal description and the comments section, where you can view the comments of other users (and can you, by clicking on Write in the upper right, write and immediately send your comment.)
You can also contact me for references on the website of eating gluten-free restaurants and hotels to advise or simply to propose changes and improvements to the program.
The structures in this application have been found on the internet and there is no guarantee that the same type of exercise can not change at any time. It is therefore recommended to give me immediate notice when differences are found with those reported in the application. In no case, then the application is responsible for compliance with the structural problem of celiac disease, although we strive to have consistent and updated data.