Central America consists of the seven countries: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. It’s population is only about 40,000 people.
Traditionally food from Central America doesn’t contain wheat or gluten, so eating gluten free in Central America is not that difficult. The climate in Central America is not suitable for growing wheat as wheat doesn’t grow well where the temperature rises above about 32 degrees. Since traditionally wheat was not available in Central America, most food is gluten free. Most people in Central America will not even know what the term gluten free means.
Chili’s locations - http://www.chilis.com/en/pages/locationslisting.aspx El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica
Outback Steakhouse Escazu, Costa Rica - http://www.outback.com/internationallocations/int_costarica.aspx
Upachaya nestled in the jungle on Man O’ War Harbor on the island of Roatan, one of the Bay Islands of Honduras.