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Healthy Cook Co. Kingston – 100% gluten free *closed*

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NOTE:  THE CAFE UNFORTUNATELY CLOSED DOWN IN MAY 2015.  It also now appears to have ceased as an online cake business.

If you are looking for a 100% GF cafe, please see Glutopia in the 100% gluten free South East listing.


Healthy Cook Co. is a bakery specialising in allergy friendly cakes and has added a small cafe that serves light meals. The cakes are wheat/gluten free and dairy free as standard, but there is also the option to make them egg free, vegan and no added sugar.

Visitors to Kingston-upon-Thames are familiar with the toppling red phone boxes landmark in Old London Road – once you see that, you know you are only a minute away from gluten free cake!!

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I’ve popped in for lunch a couple of times and enjoyed the cheese, tomato & spinach pesto toastie with a side salad.

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There is also a vegetarian all day brunch option:

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You of course have to finish off with a cake!  The cakes are delicious and your gluten and dairy eating friends will not know they have not been given ‘normal’ cake.

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As the bakery is the primary business, the cafe is tiny (around 4 tables for 2 – 3 people) and the menu is small, but it is great for a quick lunch if you are out shopping in Kingston.  Organic tea and coffee is also available if you just want a coffee and cake.  You can also buy fresh bread and ingredients for gluten free baking.

If you need a celebration cake or other cakes for a birthday party, you can contact Healthy Cook Co for a quote or pop into the store to discuss.  The ingredients used are largely organic and unrefined.

If you venture into London from Kingston, this London 100% gluten free post will help you on your gluten free travels!



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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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