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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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Marché du Macaron – Brisbane 100% gluten free bakery

Marché du Macaron – Brisbane 100% gluten free bakery

 Brisbane 100% gluten free bakery Marché du Macaron is an entirely gluten free bakery with two locations in suburban Brisbane. This picture is of the Gordon Park store which is around 7km from the city.   I had seen lots of people swooning about their macarons on coeliac Facebook groups and they have a cabinet full […]

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Wellzones GF – 100% gluten free bakery and cafe in Camberwell

Wellzones GF – 100% gluten free bakery and cafe in Camberwell

100% gluten free bakery in Camberwell Wellzones GF Bakery is the new kid on the block in Camberwell (Melbourne) which is owned and run by a family with a coeliac son.  They were finding it difficult to find safe and delicious gluten free food for him, so decided to create their own!  The family and staff […]

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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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Delhicious – 100% gluten free Indian in Ivanhoe

Delhicious – 100% gluten free Indian in Ivanhoe

Delhicious – 100% gluten free Indian in Ivanhoe Indian food became a ‘go to’ food for me once I was diagnosed with Coeliac Disease, but there was always something missing – the naan bread! Delhicious Cuisine not only has amazing naan bread, the entire restaurant is 100% gluten free and was accredited by Coeliac Australia in […]

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Mediterraneo, Albert Park – fantastic gluten free menu

Mediterraneo, Albert Park – fantastic gluten free menu

Mediterraneo in Albert Park has been operating since 2002 but has come to the attention of a new market – coeliacs and gluten free diners – as they recently became the first restaurant to gain gluten free accreditation from Coeliac Australia.   You can see the Channel 9 report on the gluten free launch here. Mediterraneo has […]

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MOM gluten free Prahran

MOM gluten free Prahran

Market on Malvern (MOM) is based on a food as medicine concept, where the food is designed to nourish your body.   This Prahran cafe is entirely gluten free and all ingredients are checked for traces of gluten. MOM cafe is a place where dietary and digestive needs are not only understood, but are at the […]

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Samuel Pepy’s 100% gluten free cafe – Launceston, Tasmania

Samuel Pepy’s 100% gluten free cafe – Launceston, Tasmania

I was lucky to visit Samuel Pepy’s 100% gluten free cafe on a quick visit to Launceston in northern Tasmania. According to their Facebook page, it was “born from a dream to create a coffee house to linger in, with the comfort of old world decor and 100% gluten free sumptuous slices and light meals”.   […]

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What’s coming in 2016 (and a 2015 wrap up!)

What’s coming in 2016 (and a 2015 wrap up!)

By on January 3, 2016 in News & Research with 0 Comments

Happy new year to all my subscribers and to any newbies looking at The Coeliac Plate for the first time! This post is really to let my UK subscribers know that although content will still largely be UK based for 2016, you will start to see more posts about Australia as I have moved back […]

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