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 to my home town of Melbourne.
As much as I love London, the call was too strong for the sunshine, friends & family and to live back in the world’s most liveable city (voted as such for the last five years in a row!).
If you are in the UK, please stick with me as I will still be posting about UK news and events as I still have strong ties to the UK as my husband is British. We will be visiting as often as possible and I will be continuing my hugely popular series of 100% gluten free venues around the UK, as well as catching up on a backlog of restaurant reviews. The 100% gluten free London post has had nearly 40,000 views in 2015, which proves the demand for safe gluten free eating!
Keep reading for the most popular posts of 2015 and for some of what is planned for 2016. You can be notified of new posts by subscribing in the box to the right.
Some of what is coming in 2016:
Melbourne restaurants – Foddies (Albert Park), *Red Robyn (Camberwell), Mamasita (city), *Caffe Strada (Ivanhoe), North Fitzroy Arms, Carlton Curry House, Bopha Devi (Docklands), *Yarralicious (Warrandyte)
(*=100% gluten free)
A selection of popular posts from 2015
|UK 100% gluten free
|M&S Gluten free range (UK) and also in Hong Kong|
|Berlin – a gluten free weekend|
|Chateau Dessert – amazing cakes in Chiswick (West London)|
|Melbourne gluten free bakery – Gluten Free 4 U|
|Dishoom Bombay Cafe – various locations around London|
|London restaurant reviews – brought together in one easy to view list. Have a look at Honest Burgers, Beyond Bread, Brasserie Blanc, Rossopomodoro, The Ledbury and more!|
|Camden Market, north London|
| Did you know you can also follow me on Social Media?
Pinterest & Instagram were new in 2015.
Twitter & Facebook have been around for a while, but not as many people seem to know about Facebook, so including in case you are one of them!
I look forward to interacting with you throughout 2016 – happy gluten free eating!