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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.

gluten free Indian in Ivanhoe

Breakfast

The breakfast menu has a mixture of traditional Western options (e.g. omelette, big breakfast or pancakes) or Indian style breakfasts using gram flour, lentils and mango. My husband declared the chilli avocado eggs on toast the best breakfast in Melbourne! (And this is from someone who doesn’t like gluten free bread.)

I really enjoyed the veggie pancake (using gram flour) with the coriander dip and it looked so pretty with the flower garnish.

Lunch

The lunch menu is small with only 6 meal options on the menu.  There are two ‘mix me up’ thali (curry) options – one with meat and one vegetarian, soup of the day and two salads.

The curry below is goat and chicken and comes with raita and fresh salad – this is just the right size for lunch, particularly if you also request their famous naan bread (not listed on the lunchtime menu, but it was no problem to order it).

I was able to linger over lunchtime on a day off, so my friend and I shared a chocolate brownie served as a dessert with ice-cream and it was a lovely sweet finish to the meal.

gluten free brownie Ivanhoe

If you haven’t been to Delhicious during the day yet, give it a try!  For a review of dinner options, see the review here.

 

91 Upper Heidelberg Road,  Ivanhoe Vic 3079  Tel: 03 9499 1053
Mon-Sat, Breakfast & Lunch 8am-3pm  Dinner 5pm-10pm

www.delhiciouscuisine.com.au

 

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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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