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Finiky – 100% gluten free Brisbane

Finiky – 100% gluten free Brisbane

Finiky is a 100% gluten free cafe in a inner city suburb of Brisbane called West End. This area is on the other side of the river to the CBD and is walkable on a nice day (around 35 minutes from the Botanical Gardens). As well as being gluten free, they also want people with […]

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Beehive Hotel – Hawthorn gluten free

Beehive Hotel – Hawthorn gluten free

By on October 31, 2017 in Restaurant Review Aus with 0 Comments

The Beehive Hotel is a rare thing for Australian pubs – a pub without a room full of pokies!  The Beehive has some character and another big tick is that their menu is largely gluten free (excluding pizzas, although GF bases available) which makes them a Hawthorn gluten free gem.        The bistro […]

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Jo Jo’s Gluten Free Goodies – 100% gluten free Melbourne

Jo Jo’s Gluten Free Goodies – 100% gluten free Melbourne

Jo Jo’s Gluten Free Goodies is a 100% gluten free kitchen producing delicious savoury items (pies, sausage rolls, quiche), bread, slices and cakes which are available at markets around outer Melbourne. You can buy the savoury items warm to eat straight away, or cold to take home.  You can also order in advance for family […]

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Mediterraneo, Albert Park – fantastic gluten free menu

Mediterraneo, Albert Park – fantastic gluten free menu

By on July 30, 2017 in Restaurant Review Aus with 0 Comments

Mediterraneo in Albert Park has been operating since 2002 but has come to the attention of a new market – coeliacs and gluten free diners – as they recently became the first restaurant to gain gluten free accreditation from Coeliac Australia.   You can see the Channel 9 report on the gluten free launch here. Mediterraneo has […]

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Cafe Free – Mosman, Sydney gluten free

Cafe Free – Mosman, Sydney gluten free

By on June 30, 2017 in Restaurant Review Aus with 0 Comments

Café Free is based in Mosman, a lower north shore suburb of Sydney, which is around a half hour bus trip from the city centre. Their philosophy is to have something for everyone, but specifically cater for people with coeliac disease, gluten and lactose intolerance.  If you don’t have any intolerances, you will still enjoy […]

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MOM gluten free Prahran

MOM gluten free Prahran

By on June 15, 2017 in Restaurant Review Aus with 0 Comments

Market on Malvern (MOM) is based on a food as medicine concept, where the food is designed to nourish your body.   This Prahran cafe is nearly entirely gluten free, with only oats used in a couple of breakfast items and they are currently undergoing assessment for Coeliac Australia accreditation. MOM cafe is a place […]

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Let Them Eat Crepe! – Bendigo gluten free crepes

Let Them Eat Crepe! – Bendigo gluten free crepes

Having coeliac disease means I get tormented walking past crepe stands, but Let Them Eat Crepe!  have turned torment into joy for Victorian coeliacs! Let Them Eat Crepe! is a Bendigo based mobile food vendor, serving specialty gluten free crepes loaded with fresh, seasonal fillings – both sweet & savoury.  The standard crepe batter is […]

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Fish on the Edge – gluten free Burnie, Tasmania

Fish on the Edge – gluten free Burnie, Tasmania

By on April 29, 2017 in Restaurant Review Aus with 0 Comments

Fish on the Edge is a licensed seafood cafe and is a fantastic option for gluten free in Burnie, northern Tasmania.  It is in a little area called Wivenhoe, which is just a few minutes drive from central Burnie.  If  you are driving from Devonport to Burnie and take the coast road, you will drive straight […]

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Movida gluten free Melbourne

Movida gluten free Melbourne

By on March 30, 2017 in Restaurant Review Aus with 0 Comments

Movida is a renowned Melbourne restaurant, based in Hosier Lane, off Flinders Street next door to the impressive Forum Theatre.  Hosier Lane has become a tourist drawcard because of the incredible graffiti that covers the buildings up the laneway. A large proportion of Movida dishes are naturally gluten free and you can ask for a […]

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Top 10 central Melbourne gluten free venues

Top 10 central Melbourne gluten free venues

By on January 15, 2017 in Restaurant Review Aus with 0 Comments

Melbourne is a great place for gluten free, but if you search ‘Melbourne gluten free’ so many places will come up that it can be hard to know where to start! This guide removes some of the overwhelm by outlining the top ten venues local coeliacs recommend in central Melbourne.  As always, make your own enquiries to […]

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