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Cheltenham RSL & Bentleigh RSL gluten free menus

Cheltenham RSL & Bentleigh RSL gluten free menus

The bistros at both the Cheltenham RSL and Bentleigh RSL have been accredited by Coeliac Australia. The restaurant manager of both sites has a son with coeliac disease, so understands the need for safe practices in the kitchen and staff training. These two Melbourne RSLs have a gluten free menu (with several pages of options!) […]

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Sunshine Coast 100% gluten free venues, QLD

Sunshine Coast 100% gluten free venues, QLD

Wherever you are on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, from Noosa to Maroochydore, find somewhere safe to eat at one of Queensland’s Sunshine Coast 100% gluten free venues! Eumundi Markets – near Noosa Several 100% gluten free stalls are at this Wednesday and Saturday market. Click here for a review of stalls. Samba Grill, Noosaville A Brazillian […]

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Sir Charles Hotham – Geelong pub with GF menu

Sir Charles Hotham – Geelong pub with GF menu

Gluten free pub in Geelong The Sir Charles Hotham Hotel is a typical family run Aussie pub, located in Geelong just off the Princes Highway. It is pretty hard to get a safe gluten free pub meal in Australia, so seeing the text below on their website was amazing! “We cater for gluten free with […]

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Goodness Gracious 100% gluten free cafe in Yandina, QLD

Goodness Gracious 100% gluten free cafe in Yandina, QLD

Yandina is probably best known for the Buderim Ginger Factory but just a few minutes drive away is Goodness Gracious Organic and Gluten Free cafe, located in a old house surrounded by tables in the garden. If you have never heard of Yandina, it is around a half hour drive north of Maroochydore or south of […]

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Conscious Cravings – vegan & gluten free cafe in Moorooduc (Mornington Peninsula)

Conscious Cravings – vegan & gluten free cafe in Moorooduc (Mornington Peninsula)

Conscious Cravings is an entirely vegan and gluten free cafe in Moorooduc, near Mt Eliza on the Mornington Peninsula. They are based in a cute little building on a retail site known as ‘The Coolstores’ that also houses an Endota Spa and some other restaurants. There is a small amount of seating inside and on […]

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The Bank on Collins, Melbourne CBD

The Bank on Collins, Melbourne CBD

By on June 26, 2019 in Melbourne with 0 Comments

**Update August 2019 – I have heard that new owners have taken over and there are now limited gluten free options so this review is now out of date** Located in a beautiful historic building in Melbourne CBD, The Bank on Collins gluten free menu is extensive.   The restaurant is in an old banking […]

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La Tortilleria – 100% gluten free Mexican in Kensington

La Tortilleria – 100% gluten free Mexican in Kensington

La Tortilleria in Kensington, Melbourne, is a small cafe style venue serving up authentic gluten free Mexican food. It is not a place you are likely to just wander past, as it is located in a largely industrial area along Stubbs Street. I knew about La Tortilleria as they are on the Melbourne 100% gluten free […]

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Chevapi Grill, South Melbourne gluten free

Chevapi Grill, South Melbourne gluten free

By on May 16, 2019 in Melbourne with 0 Comments

This casual eatery in Clarendon Street, South Melbourne, is Coeliac Australia accredited and owned by another local accredited restaurant, Mediterraneo. It is a Balkan grill, which means there are a variety of meats and sausages (with or without a bread roll), fermented foods, traditional dishes like goulash, as well as salads and desserts.   The menu […]

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Stalactites – gluten free Greek food in Melbourne city

Stalactites – gluten free Greek food in Melbourne city

Stalactites is an iconic Greek restaurant in Melbourne city centre that is always busy with lots of customers and is now the first Greek restaurant in Australia to gain Coeliac Australia accreditation. They are open 24 hours a day, so it is fantastic for those late night munchies!  Located at the Chinatown end of the city […]

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The Volt Cafe in Clyde North (Melbourne)

The Volt Cafe in Clyde North (Melbourne)

The Volt Cafe is a must visit if you are looking for great gluten free food near Cranbourne! As one of the owner’s has coeliac disease, it means they understand gluten free requirements and also have a dedicated gluten free prep zone. The cafe is located on the outside of the Selandra Rise Shopping centre in […]

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