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Borough market gluten free – restaurants

By on May 30, 2014 in UK markets & venues with 0 Comments

There are several restaurants at Borough Market that have gluten free options – this post is separate to the market stalls as it is an entirely different experience (and price tag).  Please see the Borough Market post for details of options within the market itself.

Roast

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I have been lucky enough to eat at Roast a couple of times, and it is a lovely restaurant where your gluten free needs are looked after.

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Gluten free bread is available (separate toaster) and of course, a lovely roast dinner, complete with gravy.  For a detailed review, click here.

 

Roast

Borough Market, Floral Hall Building, Stoney Street, London Bridge SE1 1TL  T: 0845 034 7300

Mon – Sat: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner (check website for opening times)
Sun: Lunch, but open until 6.30pm  (set menu only)

 

Elliot’s Cafe

Eliot's cafe meal_optI had read a review by naturally gluten free about Elliot’s Cafe and finally made it there in March 2014 with high expectations, as I had read that the chef is a Coeliac.   As a minimum I expected GF to be marked on the menu or a separate GF menu – isn’t this what all coeliacs want? – but this wasn’t the case.  I had a discussion with the waitress and there were quite a few options.

The menu changes daily, so as well as not being able to remember all the options to tell you, they will be different when you go anyway!  I decided on sharing plates (which I did not share!) of beef carpaccio and mozzarella and a side of new potatoes to fill me up which was enough for me as a meal.  It was simple, but had good flavours.

I would definitely go back again and it would be a nice place to meet friends as it has a nice vibe.

 

Elliot’s Cafe

12 Stoney St, Borough Market, London Bridge SE1 9AD  T: 020 7403 7436

Mon – Fri: Lunch 12 – 3pm, Dinner 6 – 10pm; Sat: Lunch 12 – 4pm, Dinner 6 – 10pm

 

Black & Blue

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This was another last minute decision and although there were not many gluten free options, the waitress was incredibly helpful in checking options with the chef.  I settled on a steak and salad (chips were not gluten free).

Black & Blue

1-2 Rochester Walk, Borough Market, London Bridge SE1  T: 020 7357 9922

Mon – Fri 8am – 11pm; Sat 9am – 11.30pm; Sun 12pm – 11pm

 

Feng Sushi

Feng Sushi unsurprisingly, is a sushi restaurant that has gluten free options – including Tamari instead of soya sauce.   It is a small chain that has other locations around London.

Feng Sushi

13 Stoney Street, SE1 9AD

Open Mon-Sat 11.30am-10pm (11pm Sat); Sun 12-10pm

 

Tapas Brindisa

I have not been to Tapas Bridisa, but I have read that a couple of gluten free’ers have.  Spanish food is generally quite a good option for coeliacs, so it is worth checking if you are in the area.  It is a small chain that has other locations around London.

Tapas Brindisa

18-20 Southwark Street , London SE1 1TJ  T: 020 7357 8880

 

Rabot 1745

I have not been to Rabot 1745, but it has gluten free and vegetarian options marked on the menu.  It is cocoa-centric cuisine (ie chocolate flavour with everything), so ideal if you are a chocoholic 🙂

Rabot 1745

2 – 4 Bedale Street,  London SE1 9AL  T: 020 7378 8226

 

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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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