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

Melbourne

Melbourne reviews

A25 Pizzeria – gluten free pizza in Melbourne

A25 Pizzeria – gluten free pizza in Melbourne

A25 Pizzeria has recently been accredited by Coeliac Australia and there are three locations to get gluten free pizza in Melbourne: South Yarra, Melbourne CBD and Docklands. Pizza is obviously a big focus on the menu, with a huge variety of toppings and gluten free bases available at extra cost ($3 at South Yarra and […]

Continue Reading »

Hella Good – Melbourne gluten free souvlaki

Hella Good – Melbourne gluten free souvlaki

Hella Good is a souvlaki takeaway shop that is owned by the good folk at the iconic Greek restaurant, Stalactites, in Melbourne CBD, with both stores having Coeliac Australia accreditation. Hella Good is on Elizabeth Street, almost opposite Flinders Street station. They have many gluten free options available, including a gluten free (and vegan) pita […]

Continue Reading »

Gluten free pancakes in Melbourne

Gluten free pancakes in Melbourne

Pancakes and crêpes are one of my favourite foods, so this post is a quick run down on where to find gluten free pancakes in Melbourne – please add your suggestions in the comments at the bottom of the page. You will find pancakes made out of traditional ingredients, as well as alternatives such as […]

Continue Reading »

Eat Cannoli – gluten free cannoli in Preston

Eat Cannoli – gluten free cannoli in Preston

By on February 28, 2019 in 100% GF Reviews, Melbourne with 0 Comments

I first became aware of Eat Cannoli at a Melbourne Gluten Free Expo, where much excitement was circulating about the gluten free cannoli available. Melbourne coeliacs are now lucky to be able to have cannoli five days a week (Wednesday to Sunday) at their store in Preston, which is 9km north of the city centre. The cafe […]

Continue Reading »

Shop 225 – gluten free pizza & pasta in Pascoe Vale South

Shop 225 – gluten free pizza & pasta in Pascoe Vale South

By on February 17, 2019 in Melbourne, Restaurant Review Aus with 0 Comments

Gluten free pizza Melbourne Shop 225 is a Coeliac Australia accredited pizza shop in Pascoe Vale South, 10km north of the city. As it is so close to Tullamarine airport (Melbourne’s main airport) it could be a great stop off on the way to the airport if you don’t live near by. This is exactly […]

Continue Reading »

Mr Black Juicery – 100% gluten free cafe in Berwick

Mr Black Juicery – 100% gluten free cafe in Berwick

Don’t be deceived by the name, Mr Black Juicery is far more than a juice shop.  It is a thriving cafe creating healthy dishes for breakfast, brunch and lunch as well as drinks and snacks for in between. The food is 100% gluten free and is plant based, so fantastic for gluten free vegetarians and […]

Continue Reading »

Hemp Kitchen – 100% gluten free St Kilda

Hemp Kitchen – 100% gluten free St Kilda

Hemp Kitchen is a modern eatery in St Kilda with hemp flour at its heart.  Open day and night, you can have brunch, lunch and dinner that has an Italian twist. Everyone’s first reaction is a joke about getting high, but there is a difference between hemp and marijuana (you can read more about this […]

Continue Reading »

Mornington Peninsula 100% gluten free

Mornington Peninsula 100% gluten free

Welcome to the next in the series of 100% gluten free listings around Victoria, Mornington Peninsula.  Already published is Melbourne, The Great Ocean Road and the Bellarine Peninsula and Geelong. For a printable listing, please see the Restaurant Lists page. Dromana – TWØBAYS Brewing Co Founded by a coeliac who was missing beer, this brewery has 7 gluten free beers […]

Continue Reading »

Melbourne GF cafe summer holiday hours

Melbourne GF cafe summer holiday hours

By on December 21, 2018 in Melbourne with 0 Comments

At this time of year, many small businesses close down for a well earned break.  Are you wondering which Melbourne gluten free cafes are open over the Christmas holiday period? The hard work has been done for you here! Wishing all the proprietors and The Coeliac Plate followers a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! […]

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.  Luckily there are more and […]

Continue Reading »

Top