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Ardor gluten free cafe in Westgarth

By on February 4, 2022 in 100% GF Reviews, Melbourne with 0 Comments

Ardor’s gluten free cafe in Westgarth (Northcote) is a fantastic addition to the Melbourne gluten free scene which is also a retail food store for their products (flour, frozen products etc). The outlet at Coburg that you may already know of, is now just a retail store.

There is plenty of eat-in space as well as outdoor seating on the street and in a sunny courtyard.

Meals

The menu is available online (changes seasonally) if you want to check in advance, and you can also order online to collect or deliver.

There is something for everyone’s taste, with a traditional breakfast,  a filled foccacia or toastie, fritters, burgers and chips etc. For dinner, there is a choice of pizza or pasta plus desserts.

gluten free chips in Northcote

Desserts and sweet options

There is a lovely variety of sweet treats – check out the front cabinet for what is available that day.

Ardor gluten free
They have cannoli, Italian donuts (or other specials), slices and I am bit partial to a chocolate eclair.

Groceries

There are two walls of freezers where you can pick up frozen bread, pasta, gnocchi, pizza and meals.  The front of the shop has dry ingredients, such as flours.

If you are in the Northcote area, I highly recommend the Ardor gluten free cafe in Westgarth!

 

76 High Street, Northcote VIC 3070
Open 7 days for breakfast and lunch. Open late for dinner Thursday-Sunday.

www.facebook.com/ardorwestgarth

Retail items only: 24 Trade Place, Coburg North, VIC 3058 (business hours)
ardorfoodco.com.au/retailstore

 

Ardor is also featured on the Melbourne 100% gluten free listing.

Melbourne 100% gluten free

 

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About the Author: Caroline was diagnosed with Coeliac disease in 2006 and likes to share her gluten free finds around the UK, Australia and the rest of the world! See more on her in the 'About' page. .

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