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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 what we did on a Friday night and this little shop was heaving with eat in diners, people collecting takeaway, as well as Uber Eats drivers collecting their deliveries.

It is in a little strip of shops and has some seating on the footpath.

Shop 225 has a dedicated gluten free zone in the kitchen and there are a huge number of gluten free items on the menu, as well as weekly specials.

Pizza is obviously the main focus, but there are pizza alternatives such as gluten free focaccia, antipasto platter, gnocchi and pasta.

I chose the pumpkin, goat cheese, walnut and rocket special which was delicious and also a really good size. No dessert plate sized pizza for gluten free diners here! The waitress confirmed it was gluten free when it was brought to the table.  The gluten free base is $4 extra, which I don’t mind paying to get a safe gluten free pizza.

My husband had a non gluten free pizza and it was absolutely enormous!!

If you are vegan or vegetarian, you are also looked after well here.

We would definitely eat at Shop 225 again.  Please note they are open for the evenings only during the week, but also for lunch Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Order online for both pickup and delivery (Deliveroo and Uber Eats).

For more background on Shop 225, this Broadsheet article is useful.

 

225 Melville Road, Pascoe Vale South VIC 3044
Mon-Thurs 5.00pm-9.30pm; Fri-Sun 11.30am-9.30pm
Street parking. Tram no 58, Bell street (last stop)

www.shop225.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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