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Melbourne gluten free fish and chips

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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 us it is planned exercise and we often travel miles to have it as it is such a rare treat.

If you feel like this, then you have to go to ‘Hooked’ in Melbourne for the most divine gluten free fish and chips, including the Australian must-have – potato cakes! Yum yum yum! If you are Australian or Scottish you will know what a potato cake (or scallop) is – for everyone else, it is basically a large slice of potato, battered & fried and is the best part of a visit to the fish and chip shop (put salt on it if it hasn’t already been salted). As kids in Australia, we would get a couple of these as a snack instead of chips.  They also have great salads, so you can feel like you are offsetting the naughtiness of the fish and chips.

Hooked has a fantastic gluten free menu and a separate fryer.  Tartare sauce is also gluten free.

They have three shops, all slightly out of the city centre: one in Chapel Street, Windsor (next to South Yarra), one in Brunswick Street, Fitzroy and they have recently (2014) opened a store in Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. They all have seating, but the Brunswick Street store also has a courtyard area out the back so is a nice place to stop if the weather is good.

www.hooked.net.au
172 Chapel Street, Windsor VIC 3181 Ph: 9417 7740
384 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065 Ph: 9529 1075
669 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn  VIC  3122  Ph:  9939 4412
Closed Monday

 

Melbourne is not just good for fish and chips, there are also several 100% gluten free cafés – read more here!  For other Melbourne restaurant ideas, see the post on Melbourne and the listing on the Restaurant Lists page.

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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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