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Soul Food gluten free cafe in Wanaka, New Zealand

Soul Food gluten free cafe in Wanaka, New Zealand

Gluten free in Wanaka, New Zealand south island Soul Food is a health food store and 100% gluten free cafe in Wanaka on the west coast of New Zealand.  Wanaka is a one hour drive from Queenstown which made it a great breakfast stop off for us en route to Franz Joseph Glacier. I was […]

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The Volt Cafe in Clyde North (Melbourne)

The Volt Cafe in Clyde North (Melbourne)

The Volt Cafe is a must visit if you are looking for great gluten free food near Cranbourne! As one of the owner’s has coeliac disease, it means they understand gluten free requirements and also have a dedicated gluten free prep zone. The cafe is located on the outside of the Selandra Rise Shopping centre in […]

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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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Mr Black Juicery – 100% gluten free cafe in Berwick

Mr Black Juicery – 100% gluten free cafe in Berwick

Don’t be deceived by the name, Mr Black Juicery is far more than a juice shop.  It is a thriving cafe creating healthy dishes for breakfast, brunch and lunch as well as drinks and snacks for in between. The food is 100% gluten free and is plant based, so fantastic for gluten free vegetarians and […]

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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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Delhicious – 100% gluten free Indian breakfast and lunch

Delhicious – 100% gluten free Indian breakfast and lunch

Delhicious – 100% gluten free Indian in Ivanhoe I had been to Delhicious for dinner several times, but never during the day until recently. This post covers daytime eating at Coeliac Australia accredited Delhicious, which is the only Indian restaurant on the 100% gluten free Melbourne listing. Breakfast The breakfast menu has a mixture of traditional Western options (e.g. […]

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Gluten free at Eumundi Markets –  Queensland

Gluten free at Eumundi Markets – Queensland

Eumundi Market gluten free  Eumundi markets are an institution in the local area and are a ‘must do’ for visitors to Noosa or day trippers from Brisbane. Coeliacs do not have to feel taunted by all the lovely food smells, as there are three 100% gluten free stalls at the market! You can easily spend a […]

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MCG gluten free – Members’ Dining Room

MCG gluten free – Members’ Dining Room

I recently had the opportunity through an MCG member to dine at The Melbourne Cricket Ground Members’ Dining Room.  This is a an a la carte dining experience with full view of the ground so you can watch the game while eating your meal. I was presented with a ‘dietary menu’ which does not use […]

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Husk & Honey – gluten free Nambour, Queensland

Husk & Honey – gluten free Nambour, Queensland

Husk & Honey is a lovely 100% gluten free and grain free cafe in the centre of Nambour in south east Queensland.  Nambour is around a half hour drive from Mooloolaba or forty minutes from Noosa. The menu is on a huge blackboard at the counter where you order your food. Breakfast is available all […]

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Cafe Free – Neutral Bay, Sydney gluten free

Cafe Free – Neutral Bay, Sydney gluten free

Café Free is based in Neutral Bay in the lower North Shore of Sydney. Their philosophy is to have something for everyone, but specifically cater for people with coeliac disease, gluten and lactose intolerance.  If you don’t have any intolerances, you will still enjoy the menu, with ‘normal’ bread available (bread being the sticking point […]

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