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Gluten free Melbourne – Top 10 inside 10km

Melbourne suburbs gluten free

There are some fantastic gluten free options outside of the city, so this list is my top ten gluten free places to eat within 10km (roughly!) of the centre of Melbourne in various nearby suburbs. If you prefer to eat in the city, you will like Melbourne coeliacs’ Top 10 central Melbourne gluten free venues.

If you prefer a location map, scroll to the bottom to see the different areas covered.

Foddies (Albert Park) [Camberwell location opening soon]

Catering for gluten free, low FODMAP & other dietary requirements, Foddies is a great spot for breakfast or lunch.  Don’t forget a donut on your way out!

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 gluten free Albert Park
Mediterraneo (Albert Park)

Amazing steaks and desserts. Highly recommended for a special night out.  Coeliac Australia accredited.

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 Albert park gluten free
Delhicious (Ivanhoe)

100% gluten free Indian restaurant.  Feel safe and overdose on the delicious naan bread! Coeliac Australia accredited.

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 Ivanhoe gluten free
Caffe Strada (Ivanhoe)

A 100% gluten free bakery and cafe. A fabulous place to have breakfast or lunch. For a coeliac, having a sandwich while out is such a treat.

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 Ivanhoe gluten free
Sea Salt (Northcote)

All your gluten free needs are satisfied here – no need to miss out on potato cakes or dim sims! Dedicated coeliac fryer. Eat in or takeaway.

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 Melbourne gluten free fish & chips
Kings & Queens Fish and Chips (Camberwell)

Quality fish and chips with a dedicated gluten free fryer. Delicious salads too.  95% gluten free.

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 gluten free fish and chips Camberwell
 MOM Cafe (Prahran)

A food as medicine concept where the food is delicious but also good for you! 99% gluten free (all food is GF except for breakfast oats).

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 Prahran gluten free
SpudBar (South Melbourne, Hawthorn, Richmond, South Yarra, Fitzroy & more)

A baked potato for a lunch is a great option and all SpudBar food is 100% gluten free. With locations dotted around suburban Melbourne, it is pretty easy to get a safe spud.

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Melbourne suburbs gluten free
Beehive Hotel (Hawthorn)

A pub with a nice atmosphere and a largely gluten free menu.  Get your pub favourites (roast, fish & chips) or other lovely meals here

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 gluten free pub food Melbourne
Cafe Henkel (Brunswick)

100% gluten free, many other dietary requirements are also catered for. Open for breakfast & lunch – there is no missing out on bread, pies or cakes!

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Fox in the Box (Gardenvale/Brighton)

100% gluten free, but specialises in catering for those with food sensitivities, such as dairy or lactose as well as low FODMAP.  Instead of garlic and onion, flavour is provided with herb and spices.

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allergy friendly food Melbourne

Yes, I know this is 11, but I didn’t think you would notice! As you can see, there are quite a few options for Melbourne suburbs gluten free – are the others you would have in your top 10 inside 10km?

 

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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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  1. Greg says:

    Great list. How about Red Robyn in Camberwell?

    • The Coeliac Plate says:

      Hi Greg, sadly Red Robyn closed at the end of December, otherwise it would have been on the list! The good news is that Foddies is taking over the location and are due to open in mid April, so it will still be a gluten free destination 🙂

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