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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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Nodo donuts and cafe  – 100% gluten free Brisbane (Newstead)

Nodo donuts and cafe – 100% gluten free Brisbane (Newstead)

Nodo (“no dough”) is a 100% gluten free cafe in Newstead, an inner suburb of Brisbane. I had heard of them because of their donuts, but they also have a really nice cafe menu for breakfast or lunch (see current online menu here).  The menu marks up dairy free, vegetarian and vegan options.     […]

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Cafe Henkel – 100% gluten free Brunswick

Cafe Henkel – 100% gluten free Brunswick

100% GF cafe – gluten free Brunswick Brunswick is an inner suburb of Melbourne, just 4km from the centre of Melbourne.   Here you will find 100% gluten free Cafe Henkel, a bit off the beaten track in a semi-industrial area.  It is a rather surprising area for a cafe, but for coeliacs, we don’t […]

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Finiky – 100% gluten free Brisbane *CLOSED*

Finiky – 100% gluten free Brisbane *CLOSED*

*January 2017 update – unfortunately Finiky has permanently closed* Finiky is a 100% gluten free cafe in a inner city suburb of Brisbane called West End. This area is on the other side of the river to the CBD and is walkable on a nice day (around 35 minutes from the Botanical Gardens). As well […]

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Pantry 15 – Cairns 100% gluten free

Pantry 15 – Cairns 100% gluten free

 Pantry 15  is a trendy Cairns gluten free cafe located in the heart of the city centre.  Their Facebook page says “We are 100% gluten free and cater for all types of lifestyles and dietary requirements”, so if you are more complicated than “just” gluten free, you will be looked after here.  Paleo, gluten free, […]

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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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Charley Noble gluten free Wellington

Charley Noble gluten free Wellington

Charley Noble is a warehouse style bistro/restaurant close to the waterfront in Wellington city centre.  I was very keen to try it as it is one of a small number of venues accredited by Coeliac New Zealand. We hadn’t made a booking (but you should if you fit the bookings policy) and it was absolutely buzzing […]

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