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UK 100% gluten free – South West England

Welcome to this series of posts aiming to capture all the 100% gluten free venues in the UK.  This post covers gluten free in Devon and Cornwall, Somerset, Dorset, Avon & Gloucestershire.

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For other regions of the UK, including London, please see the UK 100% gluten free page.  Please subscribe (see box to your right), or connect via Facebook or Twitter for updates.

The criteria I used for inclusion, was that the business has to be:

  • 100% gluten free (ie no cross contamination risk), and
  • have its own outlet that you can visit, such as a shop, café or a stall at a market.

If you know of a business that fits the criteria that is not listed, please let me know via the contact page.

This post was last updated in Jan 2022.


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Use the headings below to jump to your preferred area, or if you would prefer a printable list, please see the restaurant lists page.

DEVON      CORNWALL

DORSET     SOMERSET

GLOUCESTERSHIRE          AVON

You can also zoom out & drag the mouse on the map to see if there is anything in your area.

 

Devon

Harbourside Fish and Chips, Plymouth

The GF fish & chip shop is two doors down from their original (non GF) restaurant and is Coeliac UK accredited.

It is primarily a takeaway but they have a couple of outside tables. If you want to eat in, the GF takeaway can be served in the restaurant.

 

12 The Barbican, Plymouth, Devon PL1 2LS Tel: 01752 224112
7 days a week* 12pm – 9pm (*winter closed Mon/Tues)

https://harboursidefishandchips.co.uk

Bonne Santé, Plymouth

A bar & restaurant in The Barbican providing fresh food for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  They state they are 100% gluten free on their website and social media but the menu is stating “GF option”, so double check while this is being followed up.

Bonne Santé gluten free Plymouth

Source: Bonne Santé FB

The Custom House, The Parade, The Barbican Plymouth PL1 2JP
Kitchen hours: Monday – Thursday 10am – 3pm and 5pm – 9pm; Friday to Sunday 10am – 9pm (venue open later than these hours)

www.bonnesanteplymouth.co.uk

 

Jackson’s Gluten Free Bakery, Torquay

The business was started when a family member was diagnosed as gluten and lactose intolerant.

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Good quality bread, pies, sausage rolls, cakes and pastries. Many products are also dairy free.

At the production unit you can often take away frozen items. Pre-order if you want something in particular, and local deliveries are available.

Shop: Indoor market on Market Street, Torquay, Devon TQ1 3AE Phone:01803 297138
Tuesday to Saturday 9.30 – 4pm

Production unit; The Prep Room, Market Forum, Market Street, Torquay, Devon, TQ1 3AE
1st floor at top end of stairs at the cafe end of the market – look for their sign.
Collections only Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-1pm (this may not apply now they have a shop front).

www.jacksonsglutenfree.com            www.facebook.com/jacksonsgf

Let Them Eat, Devon (various locations)

Let Them Eat-2277_optLet them Eat understands what it is like to have dietary issues and their founder, Lisa Hackett, is personally committed to their promise that the products are completely safe for wheat, gluten and dairy allergies.

You will find a variety of cakes as well as 100% allergy free Cornish pasties (Traditional/Cheese & Onion/Vegetable), Scotch eggs and Falafel eggs.

All products are made of 100% natural and local ingredients, so are full of goodness and baked with natural alternatives like honey and fresh vegetables to make them extra moist, light and delicious (they even count as one of your five a day!).   A lot of time is spent perfecting products so that they taste at least as good, and better, than mainstream products.

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See social media for events & festivals attending (Twitter @LTECCornwall).

Cornwall Bakery – preorder for collection or local delivery (Devon/Cornwall).
Tel:  07508 360 035 or lisa@let-them-eat.net

www.facebook.com/letthemeatcakecornwall/

 

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 Cornwall

Tasty Pasty Gluten Free,  Cornwall & Devon

A small specialist bakery, producing hand-made pasties free of wheat, gluten and dairy products. They were the first gluten free business to achieve formal PGI accreditation for their pasties.

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Pam Withe started making wheat gluten and dairy free products for family and friends about 5 years ago. She already had a commercial kitchen at home set up for making celebration cakes, which has now been converted to be 100% gluten free.

All of the recipes / products are of her own invention and use only fresh local ingredients. She has spent the last several years perfecting a gluten free pastry that can be rolled to make Cornish pasties.  Also producing a variety of pies such as  chicken and mushroom, chicken and leek pies, Alpaca pies, Moroccan spice lamb pies.

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As well as savoury products Pam also makes cakes (including lemon drizzle, chocolate mud, carrot cakes) and Christmas products such as iced cakes, mince pies and Christmas puddings – all gluten free.

Place orders directly for collection at her Bodmin bakery (discuss times at time of order).

See Facebook for special events attending and also at weekend farmers’ markets in Launceston, Bodmin and Truro.

Products also available at a number of outlets:  Kittows Butchers – St Austell, Graze Deli – Newquay and the Arc Deli – Wadebridge.

glutenfreecornwall.co.uk     www.facebook.com/glutenfreetastypastry

 

Made Marion gluten free bakery, Redruth area

Pasties, sausage rolls, breads (including foccaccia) and cakes, licensed by Coeliac UK.

Order online or buy at the Portreath Bakery  All GF products are wrapped to protect the product from cross contamination.

Portreath bakery locations are Portreath, Pool (drive-thru) and Lanner

www.mademarionglutenfree.com/

 

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Dorset

The Bee Shack Pop Up Shop (Honeybuns), Holwell

Honeybuns Logo _optYou may have seen Honeybuns cakes in stores, but on the first Saturday of the month (Jan -December), you can also visit their “Bee Shack” pop up shop on the site of the Honeybuns bakery.  NB Cash only.

If visiting in summer you are welcome to picnic in the grounds.

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You can also have glamping weekends on site in a vintage cedar clad Ark caravan.

Naish Farm, Stony Lane, Holwell, Dorset DT9 5LJ  Tel: 01963 23597
First Saturday of the month, Jan-Dec, 9.30am-12pm

Frequently at Glastonbury Festival in June (Somerset).

www.honeybuns.co.uk

 

Mum & Dad’s Kitchen (various events around Dorset)

Mum & Dad's Kitchen logo

Gluten free cakes & pies produced in a registered gluten free kitchen.  They have won the Hampshire hot and cold pie of the year awards and more exciting products are in the pipeline!

Order online or check Facebook page for events attending.   They frequently attend Christchurch Food & Wine Festival in May.  As they are based in Hampshire, they are also on the   South East Listing.

www.mumanddadskitchen.co.uk

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Somerset

Cafe Nouveau, Frome

Allergy friendly cafe in the heart of Somerset

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At Cafe Nouveau we offer a 100% dairy and gluten free food menu as we do not use any of those ingredients in our kitchen for cooking.  All of our meals are freshly prepared and homemade using the best quality ingredients, locally sourced and free range where ever possible.  Together with our own unique recipes, we ensure there is plenty of choice for everyone.

Cafe Nouveau serves breakfast, morning coffee, light lunches and snacks.  Children’s menu available and allergies catered for. The café can also be hired for a children’s party.

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Next to the Lighthouse Manor House, Tytherington, Frome, Somerset, BA11 5BW.  Tel: 01373 465807
Monday – Friday 7am – 6pm, Saturday & Sunday 8am – 3.30pm

facebook.com/cafenouveaufrome

 

The Green House, Ilminster

A recycled and upcycled local business with a café attached that is fairtrade and 100% gluten free. Serving light meals, such as homity pie or a baked potato and gluten and dairy free cakes and pastries as well as a huge variety of drinks (tea, coffee, smoothies, milk shakes) and local ice cream and sorbets.

17 Silver Street, Ilminster, Somerset TA19 0DH      T: 01460 55898
Mon – Sat 9am-5pm

www.facebook.com/pg/TheGreenHouseIlminster/

 

The Wheat Free Kitchen, Bath

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Gluten and wheat free sweet and savoury bakes by a bakery primarily stocking local shops but sometimes has a stall at Bath Artisan Bakery, Wells Festival and other pop up events (see Twitter/Facebook for event information).

www.facebook.com/thewheatfreekitchen/

 

Sow & Arrow, Clevedon (North Somerset) 

Described as a paleo and ketogenic eatery with many options for those who choose to eat healthily and consciously. The store is entirely gluten free and no ingredients enter the building that contain gluten.

As well as coffee and cakes they have takeaway or eat in lunches and breakfasts entirely gluten free and full of nutritious ingredients.  You can also buy pantry staples and supplements in store or online.

They are just down the road from Clevedon Hospital and not far from the M5 motorway. Also only 20 minutes drive from Bristol airport if you need food after flying in.

 

15 Old Street, Clevedon, Somerset BS21 6ND, England​
Mon – Sat  7am-4.30pm

www.sowandarrow.com

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Gloucestershire

Bangkok Kitchen, Gloucester

Bangkok Kitchen is a family run restaurant and is the first 100% gluten free Thai restaurant in the UK. Reviews indicate the food is great!

gluten free Thai Gloucester

They are Coeliac UK accredited and also offer dairy free and vegan options. GF beer available.

72 Westgate St Gloucester, Gloucestershire GL1 2NZ
Tues-Thurs 6pm-9.30pm, Fri-Sat 6pm-10pm (check times over Christmas period)

www.bangkokcanteen.co.uk/

 

Avon

 There are currently no entries for Bristol and surrounds.

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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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  1. Stephen Chaloner says:

    Biscuit in Dorset closed a long time ago

  2. D Parsons says:

    Sadly Amelie’s Larder in St Nicholas Market has closed.

    • The Coeliac Plate says:

      Oh wow, what I shame – they only recently provided the details to go onto the listing, so that is a shock! Thanks for letting me know.

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