Living and travelling gluten free in the UK, Australia & around the world!

Restaurant Review Aus

Australian GF restaurant reviews

Delhicious – 100% gluten free Indian breakfast and lunch

Delhicious – 100% gluten free Indian breakfast and lunch

Delhicious – 100% gluten free Indian in Ivanhoe I had been to Delhicious for dinner several times, but never during the day until recently. This post covers daytime eating at Coeliac Australia accredited Delhicious, which is the only Indian restaurant on the 100% gluten free Melbourne listing. Breakfast The breakfast menu has a mixture of traditional Western options (e.g. […]

Continue Reading »

We Love Cake Christmas range now in Woolworths

We Love Cake Christmas range now in Woolworths

British company  We Love Cake are supplying Australian Woolworths stores with some of their gluten free, wheat free and dairy free Christmas range. These were so successful last year that products are being released earlier this year and should be available in stores now. They are produced in a dedicated gluten free factory and carry the licenced […]

Continue Reading »

MOM Cafe – 100% gluten free Prahran

MOM Cafe – 100% gluten free Prahran

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 entirely gluten free and all ingredients are checked for traces of gluten. MOM cafe is a place where dietary and digestive needs are not only understood, but are at the […]

Continue Reading »

Foddies Cafe Melbourne – gluten free & low FODMAP

Foddies Cafe Melbourne – gluten free & low FODMAP

By on September 2, 2018 in Melbourne, Restaurant Review Aus with 1 Comment

Foddies Cafe  is one of my favourite cafes in Melbourne as both the gluten and non-gluten eaters get to really enjoy their meal! I am comfortable I am getting a safe gluten free meal and if you’re not gluten free you can still get ‘normal’ bread! “Foddies’ mission is to unite and bring people together through freedom […]

Continue Reading »

Otway Artisan GF bakery and cafe – Great Ocean Road gluten free

Otway Artisan GF bakery and cafe – Great Ocean Road gluten free

Great Ocean Road gluten free Otway Artisan is a gluten free bakehouse making handmade gluten free breads with no preservatives.  You can find their products around Victoria, but they also have a cafe in Birregurra, a small town on the Otway Harvest Trail. I realise I was one of the uninitiated, as everyone I spoke to […]

Continue Reading »

Gluten free at Eumundi Markets –  Queensland

Gluten free at Eumundi Markets – Queensland

Eumundi Market gluten free  Eumundi markets are an institution in the local area and are a ‘must do’ for visitors to Noosa or day trippers from Brisbane. Coeliacs do not have to feel taunted by all the lovely food smells, as there are three 100% gluten free stalls at the market! You can easily spend a […]

Continue Reading »

MCG gluten free – Members’ Dining Room

MCG gluten free – Members’ Dining Room

I recently had the opportunity through an MCG member to dine at The Melbourne Cricket Ground Members’ Dining Room.  This is a an a la carte dining experience with full view of the ground so you can watch the game while eating your meal. I was presented with a ‘dietary menu’ which does not use […]

Continue Reading »

Husk & Honey – gluten free Nambour, Queensland

Husk & Honey – gluten free Nambour, Queensland

Husk & Honey is a lovely 100% gluten free and grain free cafe in the centre of Nambour in south east Queensland.  Nambour is around a half hour drive from Mooloolaba or forty minutes from Noosa. The menu is on a huge blackboard at the counter where you order your food. Breakfast is available all […]

Continue Reading »

Marché du Macaron – Brisbane 100% gluten free bakery

Marché du Macaron – Brisbane 100% gluten free bakery

 Brisbane 100% gluten free bakery Marché du Macaron is an entirely gluten free bakery with two locations in suburban Brisbane. This picture is of the Gordon Park store which is around 7km from the city.   I had seen lots of people swooning about their macarons on coeliac Facebook groups and they have a cabinet full […]

Continue Reading »

Melbourne gluten free fish and chips

Melbourne gluten free fish and chips

For a coeliac, getting gluten free fish and chips is not a matter of “just going for fish & chips” like it is for normal people. For many it is a a planned exercise and we often travel miles to have it as it is such a rare treat. When having fish & chips, I […]

Continue Reading »

Top