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HELL Pizza – gluten free pizza in New Zealand

HELL Pizza – gluten free pizza in New Zealand

Getting a gluten free pizza in New Zealand is quite easy, as HELL is a pizza chain with over 60 stores in both the north and south islands!  HELL is Coeliac New Zealand accredited and you can read (and watch a short video) about the dining out program and the procedures in place to avoid cross […]

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Box Hill Golf Club bistro gluten free

Box Hill Golf Club bistro gluten free

Gluten free in Box Hill Bistro@202Station is a casual venue at The Box Hill Golf Club which is open to the public and is in a lovely setting overlooking the golf course. There are many gluten free options on the menu and a lot of care is taken regarding cross contamination (including separate fryers) – […]

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Eat Cannoli – gluten free cannoli in Preston

Eat Cannoli – gluten free cannoli in Preston

By on February 28, 2019 in 100% GF Reviews, Melbourne with 0 Comments

I first became aware of Eat Cannoli at a Melbourne Gluten Free Expo, where much excitement was circulating about the gluten free cannoli available. Melbourne coeliacs are now lucky to be able to have cannoli five days a week (Wednesday to Sunday) at their store in Preston, which is 9km north of the city centre. The cafe […]

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Hemp Kitchen – 100% gluten free St Kilda

Hemp Kitchen – 100% gluten free St Kilda

Hemp Kitchen is a modern eatery in St Kilda with hemp flour at its heart.  Open day and night, you can have brunch, lunch and dinner that has an Italian twist. Everyone’s first reaction is a joke about getting high, but there is a difference between hemp and marijuana (you can read more about this […]

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Chateau Dessert – Chiswick

Chateau Dessert – Chiswick

By on October 14, 2014 in UK Restaurant Reviews with 1 Comment

Château Dessert is a beautifully presented café that arrived on Chiswick High Road at the end of 2013.  They have a large selection of amazing looking cakes and sweets, which are displayed in glass cabinets.  There is also a good range of teas (including flowering teas), coffees, juices and other cold drinks. Being naturally suspicious […]

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