Living and travelling gluten free in the UK, Australia & around the world!

100% gluten free Melbourne

Melbourne has several 100% gluten free cafés and bakeries that are a little oasis for coeliacs and people with other dietary requirements, such as vegan and fructose malabsorption.  There are some options in the city, but you will find most of these cafes in the suburbs of Melbourne – you can easily get public transport and be to many of them within around 30 minutes from the city centre.

Note:  Some cafes are specialist gluten free cafes and thoroughly check the supply chain for e.g. ‘may contain’ statements and others just happen to not use gluten in their cooking, so it is still important to make your own enquiries. Drinks may not all be gluten free.

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For a printable listing grouped by area, please see the Restaurant Lists page.   You may also be interested in a more general overview on eating gluten free in Melbourne.

Last updated Jan 2022

Seedling Cafe – Melbourne CBD

A cute store with lots of healthy lunch options as well as some sweet treats.

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The store is 100% gluten free, specialising in nutrient dense, paleo, refined-sugar free and clean food.  There are plenty of vegetarian and dairy free options.  They do not use products with a ‘may contain wheat/gluten’ statement.

There are 4 small tables in the Flinders Lane store, but more seating is available in Little Collins Street store.  You can also takeaway.  In the photo above, the bottom right meal is a vegetable frittata with tomato relish and a mix of two salads.

275 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000  T:0450 190 365

349 Little Collins Street, Melbourne 3000

Mon-Fri 7am-4pm.  Closed weekends* and most public holidays.  *Sometimes the Little Collins St store is open Saturday mornings – check social media.

Bodega Underground – Melbourne CBD

Mexican food and the menu states all food is 100% gluten free.  Share plates, tortilla chips, quesadillas, tacos and dessert!  There is a ‘feed me’ option for two people with a vegan alternative.  Right in the heart of the theatre district, it is a good pre or post theatre option. For a full review, click here.

gluten free Mexican Melbourne

Source: Bodega FB

55 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne 3000  T: 03 9650 9979
7 days until 3am: open from lunchtime Wed-Sun,  from 4pm Mon-Tue

Spudbar – various Melbourne locations

SpudbarlogoThe Spudbar is a jacket potato store that is 100% gluten free.  Lots of variety of toppings and base with a normal or sweet potato. Seasonal options (such as summer salads) also available.  The brownies are also delicious. Locations in the city centre, as well as suburbs (eg Hawthorn, South Yarra, St Kilda, South Melbourne).

For a review, please click here.


City locations:

398 Little Bourke St, Melbourne
Mon – Fri: 11am – 6.30pm

567 Collins St, Melbourne
Mon – Fri 11am – 4pm

Bourke Place, 600 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Mon – Fri 11am – 4pm

Emporium  Shopping Centre Food Court, Level 3, 287 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Sat – Wed 10am – 7pm, Thu – Fri 10am – 9pm, Sun 10am-6pm

QV Shopping Centre Food Court, Level 1, Corner Swanston St & Lonsdale St
Mon – Fri 11am – 5pm,  Sat  12pm – 3pm

 Also in NSW, WA and ACT.


Bowls Baby – Melbourne CBD & Essendon

Healthy bowls with dairy free and vegan options. Both stores have tables to eat in* or you can takeaway.  

Bowls Baby Melbourne

*Note that if you eat in, you are still given a takeaway container to eat from.

35 Rose Street, Essendon VIC 3040
Opposite Essendon train station
7 days, 9am-8.30pm

97 Little Collin Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Mon-Fri 9am-3pm, Closed weekends.


Shimbashi Soba – Fitzroy & Northcote

(2-6km north east of Melbourne city centre)

Offering authentic Japanese cuisine with home made soba (buckwheat) noodles. Everything on the food menu is marked gluten free and vegan options are available.  Read more here.

Bento box Melbourne

gluten free Japanese Fitzroy

Source: Shimbashi Soba FB

140 Smith Street, Collingwood VIC 3065  Phone: (03) 9973 9486
Tues-Sun midday until late*

257 High Street, Northcote VIC 3070 Phone: (03) 9564 6727
Lunch Tues-Fri, Sun; Dinner Tues-Sun

* NB: they close between lunch and dinner on weekdays


Ardor Food Co. Gluten Free – Northcote

(6km north east of Melbourne city centre)

A cafe and GF food store. Eat in with sweet and savoury options and take home flours and frozen goodies.

Ardor gluten free takeaway

For a review, click here.

76 High Street, Northcote VIC 3070
Open 7 days for breakfast and lunch and dinner Wed-Sun.


Bio by DOC – Carlton – *appears to be closed*

Italian food that is entirely gluten free and vegan.  Lots of pasta choices as well as tiramisu! For a full review, click here.

312 Drummond Street, Carlton VIC  Phone: (03) 9349 1386
Tues – Thurs 5pm to late, Fri – Sat 12pm-3pm / 5pm to late, Sun – Mon closed


La Tortilleria – Kensington

(4km north west of Melbourne city centre)

Authentic Mexican food where everything is gluten free.  The menu is traditional with tacos, tostadas and totopos (corn chips) – gluten free heaven!  All their meat and eggs are free range. For a full review, click here.

nachos and tacos Melbourne

72 Stubbs Street, Kensington 3031  Phone: 03 9376 5577
Weeknight dinners 5.30pm – 9pm; Friday & weekends 12pm – 9.30pm (Sunday 9pm)

Pasta Pi Ci – Brunswick

(4km north of Melbourne city centre)

A chef with a gluten intolerant girlfriend is replicating our you pasta favourites as gluten free – freshly made to cook at home in a few minutes.


10 Breese Street, Brunswick 3056  Phone: none advertised
Wed-Fri  10am – 6pm, Sat 10am – 3pm


Repeat Offender – Elwood

(8km south of Melbourne city centre)

Described as Latin fusion, the tapas menu here is entirely gluten free with plenty of vegan options and a great cocktails menu.

gluten free Elwood Repeat Offender
For a full review, click here.


201 Ormond Road, Elwood VIC 3184   Phone: (03) 9531 3339
Mon-Tues 8am – 2pm, Wed-Sun 8am – to late


Fox in the Box – Brighton

(11km south east of Melbourne city centre)

This café is run by ‘the intolerant chef’ – a chef that needs to eat gluten free and also has lactose and fructose malabsorption.  The whole premise of Fox in the Box is to provide for special diets and is Gluten Free, Fructose friendly with  Lactose & Dairy Free options – it is a delight to have a menu where you can choose anything from it.

Open for lunch and dinner, there is a large menu as well as a children’s menu and take home meals are also available.

For a full review, click here.

Fox in the Box is located in a quiet strip of shops next to Gardenvale railway station, but is also just off the very busy Nepean Highway if you are driving into the city from Brighton/Hampton/Sandringham or Frankston.

169 Martin Street, Brighton VIC  3186  Phone: 03 9596 0133
Open 10.30am until late afternoon Tue-Sat, and dinner from 5.45pm Thurs-Sat.   Closed Sunday & Monday.

Train station:  Gardenvale (on Sandringham line).  There is street parking out the front, or a small car park around the corner.


Glazed Gluten Free Patisserie & Cafe – Elsternwick

(9km south east of Melbourne city centre)

gluten free Elsternwick

A patisserie baking bread, specialty cakes, desserts, pastries, sandwiches and savouries. All products are gluten free, dairy free and nut free as well as vegan options. The cafe has indoor and outdoor seating.


2/1-3 Carre St, Elsternwick 3185
Mon – Thurs 9am-4pm, Fri 8-4pm and Sun 9am-4pm. Closed Sat.


Caffe Strada – Ivanhoe

(10km north east of Melbourne city centre)

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This café has been 100% gluten free since May 2013 and they also have a gluten free bakery which supplies other cafés and shops (including Andrew’s Breadshop at Queen Victoria Market in central Melbourne and Leo’s supermarket in Kew & Hartwell).

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They open during the day (including breakfast) seven days a week.  There a is a good size menu and if your family don’t like gluten free bread, get them to try here (tastes almost “normal”!).  The bakery recommends ordering in advance as they often sell out.

Click here for a full review and more photos!

197 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe VIC 3079  Phone: 03 9497 4875

Mon-Fri 7.30am-4.30pm, Sat-Sun 8am-4.30pm


Davies St Food Co. Gluten Free – Rosanna

(12km north east of Melbourne city centre)

A little cafe in a small strip of shops selling take away gluten free food.

29 Davies Street, Rosanna VIC 3084
Mon-Sat 8am – 2pm (close 4pm Thurs & Fri)


Le Feu – Flemington

(Moorabbin 15km south east of Melbourne city centre, Berwick 41km south east of Melbourne city centre, Flemington 4km north west of Melbourne city centre)

Vietnamese food with all your favourites – bao buns, curries, fried chicken and tasty salads!  Click here for a full review.

gluten free Vietnamese in Melbourne

268 Rcecourse Rd, Flemington VIC 3031    Phone: 0423 766 856 (no bookings)
Wed-Thurs  5pm-9pm, Fri-Sat 12pm-9pm, Sun 12pm-8pm (Closed Mon/Tue)

See the Le Feu Mornington post for other locations.

Simply Gluten Free Bakery & Cafe – Mentone & Cranbourne

(21km south east of Melbourne city centre)

All products are wheat and gluten free and nut free. Dairy free, fructose friendly & vegan products available.

simply gluten free donuts

Source: @simplyglutenfree Facebook

 123 Lower Dandenong Rd, Mentone  VIC  3194  Phone: 0426 149 139

Springhill Shopping Centre, 3/1370 Thompson’s Road (cnr Narre Warren Rd), Cranbourne VIC  3977


GF Pantry – Seaford

(36km south east of Melbourne city centre)

An online store where you will find well known brands (e.g. Schar, Well & Good, Orgran, Eskal, Rick Grants) as well as smaller brands covering bread, crumpets, biscuits, baking, sauces, noodles, snacks, sweets and books. The Alpha dinner mints are amazing!

For a full review, click here.

Online: ordering 24/7
Local pickup (weekdays 10am-3pm, excluding public holidays): 16B Heversham Drive, Seaford VIC 3198

Mr Black Juicery – Berwick

(41km south east of Melbourne city centre)

A very popular cafe with plenty of healthy and delicious breakfast and lunch options.  For a more detailed review, click here.

gluten free lunch Berwick

1 Blackburne Square, Berwick VIC 3806
7 days early until mid afternoon


Particle Cafe – Avondale Heights

(12km north west of Melbourne city centre)

Vegan café that is also gluten free. Originally the business started as a spice import company and they opened a café in mid 2016.   Serving breakfast, lunch, cakes.
(Note – they previously used oats as a breakfast option but from June 2017 are now all gluten free)

1/47 Military Rd, Avondale Heights 3034

Eat Cannoli – Preston 

(9km north of Melbourne city centre)

A little cafe with savoury piadinas (flat toasties) for lunch and a variety of cannoli for dessert or with a drink.  Eat in or takeaway.

Also watch their Facebook page for various events and markets they are attending. For a more detailed review, click here.

gluten free cannoli Preston

132 Wood Street, Preston
Wed – Sun 7.30am – 3pm


Juanita’s Kitchen – Preston 

(9km north of Melbourne city centre)

Mexican food and the menu is made out of entirely gluten free ingredients.


Juanita's Kitchen gluten free Mexican

Source: Juanita’s FB


219 High Street, Preston
Wed-Sun 5pm-9pm


Yarralicious – Seville (Yarra Valley) 

(9km north of Melbourne city centre)

The Warrandyte café you may be familiar with closed last year but they have reopened a bakery in Seville. Buy freshly baked goodies and ready meals etc.

Also at farmers markets – check their website for details.

814 Warburton Highway, Seville VIC 3139  T: 0417 890 948



Gluten Free 4U bakery – Moorabbin, Kew, Boronia & Frankston

(Moorabbin – 15km south west of Melbourne city centre, Kew – 6km east of Melbourne city centre, Frankston – 41km south east of Melbourne city centre)

If you are in Melbourne, take note of this logo – and keep your eyes peeled for anyone stocking their goods!

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Gluten Free 4U display_optGluten Free 4U is a dedicated gluten free bakery.  They do all sorts of bread, cakes and sweet treats, savoury items like pies etc., grab & go lunch items.

For more detailed information on their products, please read this review.

Factory shop 5 / 1-3 Bignell Road, Moorabbin VIC 3189
Phone: 03 9555 5175.   No seating
Tuesday to Saturday (excluding Public Holidays) 8am – 4.30pm (2.00pm Sat).


1345 Burke Road, Kew VIC 3101  No seating
Tuesday to Saturday 8.30am – 4:30pm (Sat 3.00pm). Closed public holidays.

4/49 Beach Street, Frankston  VIC 3199
Tuesday to Saturday 8.30am – 4:30pm (Sat 3.00pm). Closed public holidays.

243 Dorset Road, Boronia VIC 3155  Limited seating.
Tuesday to Saturday 9am – 5pm (Sat 3.30pm). Closed public holidays.

See website for locations outside Melbourne.


Black Ruby bakery

Black Ruby was one of the early gluten free bread producers in Melbourne. Their Thornbury shopfront has unfortunately closed but they are still supplying stores.  As well as being gluten free, their products are wheat free, yeast free, egg free, dairy free.

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 Phone: 03 9484 9608



 Silly Yaks bakery – Coburg North

(10km north of Melbourne city centre)

Silly Yaks sell from their factory outlet on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (11am-3pm) and one Sunday a month.  They have bread, biscuits, pastry items and pizza bases. Go with your Esky as items are frozen.

Some speciality shops also stock Silly Yaks: see stockists here

2 Mercier Street, Coburg North  VIC  3058  Phone: 03 9350 2255


Just Yummy gluten free bakery – Chirnside Park

(33km north east of Melbourne, 10 minutes from Ringwood)

gluten free Ringwood

Just Yummy is a dedicated gluten and nut free bakery, that also makes products egg free, yeast free, dairy free, fructose free!  They make a huge range of products, including:

  • bread and rolls and even focaccia
  • cakes, slices, tarts, including chocolate eclairs, neenish tarts and donuts.  Special occasion cakes can also be made.
  • savoury items, such as pies, pasties, sausage rolls, quiche and pizza

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You can visit the shop from 9am Tuesday to Saturday and also order by phone for delivery.

13 Meadowgate Drive, Chirnside Park  VIC  3058  Phone: 03 9727 0034


Gilbert & Marcel – Chirnside Park

(33km north east of Melbourne, 10 minutes from Ringwood)

Gilbert & Marcel fill a gap in the gluten free market, which is being able to buy a delicious gluten free and dairy free cake or slice from a supermarket – smaller ones around Melbourne such as IGA and Leo’s. For a full review, click here.

gluten free chocolate cupcake

You can also order online and collect orders at their factory.

Factory order collection: 5 Tesmar Circuit, Chirnside Park VIC 3116
Monday – Friday. 6am-3pm (Closed weekends and Public Holidays)


Heaven’s Bakehouse – East Keilor

(16km north west of Melbourne, off the Western Ring Road)

A gluten free bakery making bread (loaves and baguettes), cakes, pies, pizza bases etc.  The MCG stock their pies!

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8 Williams Avenue, East Keilor Vic 3033  Phone: 03 9331 5955


4me gluten free  – Elsternwick

All products produced by 4meglutenfree are gluten free, nut free, trans fat free,  dairy free and Kosher.  I have tried a couple of different cakes and they have a great texture and flavour and my gluten eating friends did not know they were gluten free!

439A Kooyong Rd, Elsternwick VIC 3185
Open 5 days  (closed Mon & Sat)


Glazed Gluten Free Patisserie & Cafe – Elsternwick

(9km south east of Melbourne city centre)

gluten free Elsternwick

A patisserie baking bread, specialty cakes, desserts, pastries, sandwiches and savouries. All products are gluten free, dairy free and nut free as well as vegan options. The cafe has indoor and outdoor seating.


2/1-3 Carre St, Elsternwick 3185
Mon – Thurs 9am-4pm, Fri 8-4pm and Sun 9am-4pm. Closed Sat.



Brian’s Gourmet Meats – Lyndhurst

(35km south east of Melbourne, close to Cranbourne)

Brian’s has huge range of meats, including crumbed schnitzels, kievs, pastry products, sausages, dips & sauces.  They also have fresh bread from Pure Gluten Free (listed above) and a freezer cabinet full of gluten free sweet and savoury goodies.  As of March 2018, they are Coeliac Australia accredited – the first butcher to go through this program.  They also do deliveries.

NB When I visited (pre accreditation), they did have one or two non GF items, clearly marked and sealed.


Marriott Waters Shopping Centre, Cnr Thompsons Rd & Marriott Boulevard, Lyndhurst Vic 3975  Phone: 03 9036 2732

Open 7 days 8am-6pm

Facebook: BriansGourmetMeats


Best Health Meats – Essendon/Niddrie

(8km north west of Melbourne)

Two locations of this butcher have a full range of meats (including crumbed and marinades)   Also stocking a wide range of gluten free products such as the GF Batter range, 8D house dumplings, Grohn Haus quiches etc, Asian Concepts dim sims and more. They are Coeliac Australia accredited and also do deliveries.


Niddrie Central Shopping Centre, Shop 6, 383 Keilor Rd, Essendon Vic 3975  Phone: 03 9379 4251
Market Place Fresh, 25-29 Keilor Rd, Essendon Vic 3975

Open 7 days


Seaview Quality Meats – Beaumauris

(20km south east of Melbourne)

With family members needing to eat gluten free, this butcher decided to go completely gluten free so there is no cross contamination risk.

333 Balcombe Road, Beaumauris VIC 3193  Phone: 03 9589 2128



GFree Donuts Melbourne 

Fabulous cinnamon donuts that are cooked fresh – you can’t beat a warm cinnamon donut!

gluten free donut stall Melbourne

Find them at markets and events around Melbourne (e.g.  Thornbury Food Truck park, Hank Marvin Market in St Kilda East and Brighton East)

OMG Decadent Donuts 

Melbourne franchises of OMG donuts that you may have seen around markets in Queensland.  Gluten free and vegan donuts dusted with real fruits, nuts and spices. At markets and events around Melbourne – check out their social media pages for where they will be.

Often at Nunawading market, markets around the Mornington Peninsula and Flemington farmers market.


Arancini 4 all

Delicious arancini that are cooked fresh to order (in rice bran oil) and all gluten free with vegan and FODMAP friendly options.  Choose from several flavours or get a mixed box!  My personal favourite is the mushroom and thyme.

Find Arancini 4 all at markets around inner & outer Melbourne – e.g. Mornington, Portsea, Dingley Village (near Moorabbin), Park Orchards (see link for events on Facebook).


Jo Jo’s Gluten Free Goodies


100% gluten free kitchen producing delicious savoury items (pies, sausage rolls, quiche), bread and slices and cakes.  You can buy the savoury items warm to eat straight away, or cold to take home and warm through.

Please click here for a review.

Find them at markets around outer Melbourne – e.g. Mornington, Red Hill, Frankston, Yarra Glen, Warragul (see link for events on Facebook).   Also available for catering.


Rick Grant

A market stall run by one of the early producers of gluten free baked goods, Rick Grant.  Gluten and dairy free eclairs, jelly cakes, vegan donut nuggets and more. Look out for the hot pink gazebo!

Rick grant donuts Berwick

Find Rick at Berwick’s Akoonah Park Market on Sunday mornings 8am  – 1.30pm  – check Instagram for attendance.


Yum Az fried chicken

Buttermilk fried chicken breast dusted in herbs & spices. Add your choice of dipping sauce. Served in a cone at markets around Melbourne.

gluten free fried chicken Melbourne

Source: Yum Az FB

Often at the following markets, but check social media for attendance and other locations:
Saturdays: Red Hill market  (9-1pm)
Sundays (9am-2pm): Yarra Glen racecourse market, Mornington racecourse market , Portsea Point Nepean craft market, Flemington Racecourse Craft market


Ardor Gluten free

At market stalls and events like the GF Expo in Melbourne – check their social media for attendance.




Mamasita – City

The menu is nearly 100% gluten free with just ice-cream cones not being gluten free.  A great variety of tasty Mexican meals and so popular in Melbourne you often have to queue! For a full review click here.

gluten free Mexican Melbourne city


Level 1, 100 Collins Street, Melbourne CBD, Victoria 3000
Lunch Thurs/Fri/Sat from midday, Dinner 7 days 6pm until late

03 9650 3821  (Check reservations policy – only groups over 8 can reserve a table in evenings)


Serotonin – Richmond

(3km south east of Melbourne city centre)

A vegetarian healthy eating café with lots of gluten free options (and also no onion or garlic) but they do have non gluten free granola and normal bread.   Breakfast, lunch and dinner (check Facebook for dinner openings).   You can even sit in a swing!  The desserts look amazing and are gluten free and vegan.  Eat in and takeaway (also Uber Eats deliver) and they have a dog friendly courtyard.  Near Burnley station and Swan Street tram (no 70).

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Above is the choc orange tart, which was just divine! It was rich enough to save some for the next day and stretch out the $10 cost 😉

52 Madden Grove, Burnley  3121  Phone: (03) 9428 8256
Wed – Fri 8am – 3pm, Sat & Sun 8.30am – 4pm (for bookings* & has menus) or


Typhoon – Highett

(16km south east of Melbourne city centre)

North Vietnamese street food cafe that made their entire menu gluten free in 2019 but have since introduced Bahn mi (bread rolls). I have also heard that ingredients are not checked for ‘may contain’ statements, so worth making your own enquiries.

gluten free Vietnamese in Highett

Source: Typhoon FB

292 Highett Rd, Highett VIC 3190 T: 03 9532 0753
Tues & Wed 5:30pm-9:30pm. Thurs, Fri & Sat 5:30pm-10:00pm, Sun 5:30pm-9:30pm

Pachamama Wholefoods & Kitchen – Brunswick

(4km north of Melbourne city centre)

The whole foods shop has gluten free options and the website states the kitchen is entirely gluten free, however the menu shows non-GF options for children. It is a health food cafe with a South American twist.

74-78 Sydney Road,  Brunswick 3056
Mon to Fri 8am – 7pm, Sat  8am – 6pm, Sun  9am – 6pm


This list may not be exhaustive, so please let me know if you have found a 100% gluten free café or bakery in Melbourne, or elsewhere in Victoria!  See below for links to 100% gluten free in the UK and other travel ideas.

You may also be interested in the 100% gluten free Victoria listing.

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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. Adey says:

    I didn’t see Sweet Salt, Northcote on the list. Great GF fish and chips!

  2. Lisa says:

    My 11 year old daughter with Coeliac Disease is travelling to Melbourne in May staying in South Yarra. Do you know of any caterers or take away places nearby that would deliver ? Likewise anywhere easy to pop out to grab some lunch ? Sushi bars? She is staying with a a large sporting group but is the only coeliac.

    • The Coeliac Plate says:

      Hi Lisa
      Spud Bar (100% gluten free) has a store in Chapel street that you eat in or order for delivery.
      There is a Sushi Sushi that has GF options and soy sauce in Prahran which borders South Yarra.
      If you look up Thr1ve’s website in the post, they are also doing meal deliveries now.
      I hope she enjoys her trip!

  3. C. says:

    Here are a few more places I’ve discovered 🙂

    • Sabas Ethiopian – Fitzroy
    • La Tortilleria – Kengsington
    • Chingon – Richmond
    • VGF – Food Truck, based in Gippsland but attend events in Melb
    • Pana Chocolate – Richmond (for a sweet treat)
    • Evie’s Cafe – Trafalgar (not quite Melbourne!)

    • The Coeliac Plate says:

      Hi Carla,
      I’m currently looking into Saba and Chingon (and others – look out for updates soon!), but I didn’t know about VGF & La Tortilleria -thanks!
      Pana Choc is already on the list and I’ve done a review of Evie’s – great option if you are out that way 🙂 I am planning a Victorian 100% GF post to include them and some other great options like New Freedom Bakery in Bendigo so stay tuned!

  4. Kim says:

    Absolutely Gluten free in Werribee is in Watton Street. Not Walton Street.

  5. Colette says:

    There is also Supercharger at the Emporium. 100% gluten free and also vegan. Tasty and healthy. Servings are very generous.

    • The Coeliac Plate says:

      Hi Colette – I have looked at Supercharger before but wasn’t convinced they are 100% GF. The mains look quite GF friendly, but I would still want to check the things like miso & broth. They have muesli & oats on the breakfast menu (which I know Thr1ve does too). I will talk to someone about it next time I’m in at Emporium!

      • C. says:

        I’ve spoken to Supercharger and they’ve stated that their Emporium and Chapel St stores are 100% GF because they don’t serve breakfasts. Other newer stores may use oats in breakfasts and smoothies. They expressed interest in someday having all stores gluten free so here’s hoping 🙂 Their food is delish!

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