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Australia may be the land down under but is it a land of gluten free living? With thousands of tourists visiting here every year, hopefully you will find a good suggestion of somewhere to eat or stay.

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Just Yummy Gluten Free Bakery
Chirnside Park, Victoria View On Map
Just Yummy Gluten free bakery in Chirnside Park is amazing. Its tucked away in suburbia, however if you are doing a day trip and driving down to the Yarra Glen, Healsville area its only 2 minutes off the highway. Check hours before you go as they are limited, however they make the most amazing Gluten Free bread, rolls and donuts I have ever eaten! Plenty of goodies to choose from. And also alot of other allergy friendly products.
Recommended By: Rachel On: 2013-02-10

Mekong Vietnamese Restaurant
Launceston, Tasmania View On Map
We recently celebrated my husband's birthday with our family at the Mekong Vietnamese Restaurant in Launceston, Tasmania. The Mekong is a lovely little restaurant in Yorktown Square with the most beautiful photos of the Mekong River on its walls. Their food is something they can be extremely proud of. For me, as a coeliac, I had the best choice of dishes I have ever had in a restaurant. Ten of all their main course dishes were gluten free, four of the vegetarian options were gluten free and four of their entree options were also gluten free as was one dessert, but with a bit of tweaking, a couple more could have been as well. I chose the Stir fried Pork with vegetables in a peanut sauce and it was absolutely delicious. We shared a huge bowl of rice between the six of us as well. I was really impressed with this restaurant and can't wait to go back. Bookings are advisable as the secret of how good this restaurant is, is already out.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2013-01-21


Enzo's Gluten Free
Adelaide, South Australia View On Map
A reader had recommended we try enzo's while we were visiting Adelaide so I approached the counter with a certain amount of expectation. Ahhh, one look at the food and I could see I wasn't going to be disappointed. Gluten free heaven! Lots and lots of freshly baked gluten free goodies. I managed to get a seat at one of their little tables and I sat down and sampled lots of goodies. Delicious! I wanted to stay there all day and keep eating. I knew once I had left enzo's it would be a long time before I found a gluten free bakery as good as this.

And then there was the bread. enzo's bread is beautiful. Soft, springy and delicious. I don't think I remember what real bread tastes like but I know the smell. enzo's bread tasted just the way real bread smells. And I could eat it fresh and have a proper sandwich.

I bought a loaf of enzo's bread and wandered around the market to select the perfect cheese so I could have fresh bread and cheese in my hotel room. If you are not gluten free, you will have no idea how special that is!
Recommended By: sleepinghorse.wordpress.com On: 2013-01-12


La Cocina Peruana
Randwick, New South Wales (NSW) View On Map
Our dinner out this week was to La Cocina Peruana Peruvian Restaurant. Earlier this year we had been to Peru and found the food there to be really delicious and fresh. There were a few ingredients that were used we had not eaten before and it was a real culinary experience. The most wonderful thing was that most of the places we went to for dinner had many gluten free options. Most of the Peruvian diet is corn and potato based. When I called to make the reservation, I was delighted to find out that everything on the menu was gluten free. All bar one item. This was fantastic news. I was really looking forward to this meal.

Our starters were delicious. I had Papa a la huacaina "My wife's a genius" which is backed potato served with yellow chilli sauce that was more spicy that originally anticipated, but good. These starters were accompanied by the national drink of Peru: Pisco Sour. This drink is delicious and the ones made at La Cocina Peruana are a must do when visiting this restaurant. Main course for me was Cordero de los Andes which was char grilled lamb served with quinoa salad, yucas and rice. This dish is rather carb heavy which is unusual for a coeliac out to dinner so I enjoyed this part. Husband had the Aji de Gallina: shredded chicken cooked in chills, cheese and almond sauce. This was delicious and very enjoyable. Both of these mains were gluten free so I was able to taste both meals. Our side dish was a lovely fresh salad with quinoa. The meals were very generous in portions that we were unable to squeeze in anything else!

La Cocina Peruana is a lovely meal out that is a little different to the usual thai restaurants that are everywhere and easy to visit when gluten free. The meals are freshly made and are a lovely way for us to recall some of the meals that we enjoyed in Peru. Whilst there is no guinea pig or alpaca on the menu it is still a lovely local restaurant to visit.
Recommended By: loveglutenfreeaustralia.blogspot.com On: 2012-12-30


Scoozi Cafe
Adelaide, South Australia View On Map
On our first day we wandered along Rundle St in the afternoon looking for something to eat after picking up our concert tickets. We had a list of recommended cafes and restaurants to try but because we didn't know our way around and we were hungry, we decided to eat at the first place we came across that had gluten free options. So Scoozi cafe was it. There was a sign in the window saying they had gluten free pizzas which sounded pretty good to me. There was even a table outside where we could sit and eat our pizzas, drink our wine and watch the Adelaide world go by. The pizza came out and the base was nice and crispy.
Recommended By: sleepinghorse.wordpress.com On: 2012-12-23


Hanuman Restaurant
Alice Springs, Northern Territory View On Map
Serves delicious Indian and Thai meals. They have a special sheet listing all the allergy containing dishes so it was easier to choose my meal from. I had a lovely butter chicken dish here with jasmine rice.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-10-28


Amigos
St Kilda, Melbourne View On Map
I like Mexican dishes simply because so much of their menu is gluten free or can be adapted to be gluten free. I chose nachos with grilled chicken for my meal and it was terrific - guacamole, sour cream, and chicken topped corn chips which have been liberally coated in melted cheese - probably not so good for the cholesterol factor, but what's one night of not so healthy eating?? It was a really good meal and you can find Amigos in Hardware Lane or St. Kilda.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-10-28


Grillsteakseafood
West Melbourne, Melbourne View On Map
A delightful restaurant with over 35 years experience in the dining trade (or so I was told when I asked how gluten free aware they were!) I was totally assured gluten free pasta would be cooked in a separate pan of water and I had the best bolognaise pasta I think I've ever had.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-10-28


Max Bar and Restaurant
West Melbourne, Melbourne View On Map
Their menu clearly states gluten free and I had a delicious risotto for my meal. The service was great and the staff very friendly.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-10-28


Ayres Wok
Yulara, Central Australia View On Map
Is a delightful Asian takeaway in the heart of Town Square in Yulara with a small selection of well priced meals. There are plenty of tables to sit down and enjoy a delicious takeaway gluten free meal in Town Square. Ayres Wok have two gluten free options available - a green chicken curry and a pad thai. I chose the chicken curry and it was delicious. I had the option of having rice noodles or rice with it, but I chose rice.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-10-28


Geckos Restaurant
Yulara, Central Australia View On Map
After seeing a brilliant sunset over Uluru, we came to Geckos restaurant for our evening meal. I had the choice of about half a dozen gluten free meals and I chose a chicken supreme with mash and vegetables. It was a good meal and reasonably priced.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-10-28


Niche
Chelsea, Victoria View On Map
Has a complete gluten free menu and a nice atmosphere service can be a bit slow at times but worth the wait. Not open Sundays
Recommended By: Alpal On: 2012-08-28


Muum Maam
Surry Hills, Sydney View On Map
Finally, a thai restaurant with a gluten free menu (that I trust)! Mr R. and I found this recently after an extensive search of the gluten free friendly asian eateries on offer in the Surry Hills area. As any coeliac will know, finding an asian restaurant that you can rely on to use clean pans, not use any soy sauce or wheaten corn flour in their "gluten free" offerings are few and far in between. I have been to Muum Maam 5 times now, and each time I have found the majority of specials to be gluten free (and tasty) and plenty of options on the gf menu. Anyway, back to Muum Maam. Other good choices on the menu include the satay chicken sticks (if coeliac, ask for it to be cooked on a pan, they normally cook on a grill that is also used for soy marinades). I also enjoyed the various curries and the pad thai.
Recommended By: @PhoodiePharmcst / thevesselwiththepestle.blogspot.com On: 2012-05-31


BurgerMe!
Campbell Town, Tasmania View On Map
My husband did some research before we left home, so we knew that Burgerme! In Campbell Town had gluten free options available for me for lunch. We arrived to find that most of their menu was either gluten free or could be easily adapted to be gluten free. They assured me they have a dedicated gluten free toaster to either make toasted sandwiches or to toast the bread for their burgers. I chose a burger which they also assured me was gluten free with the exception of their home-made tomato relish. Well, I thought my burger on toasted gluten free bread was delicious and I certainly enjoyed it! Burgerme! also have four gluten free biscuits to choose from if you are just after a coffee and a snack. They have an all day breakfast menu, salads and wraps which are gluten free as well as their extensive burger range. So, if you're hungry stop at Burgerme! and have a delicious gluten free meal or gluten free snack with your coffee.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-05-31


Gourmand Ingredients
, New South Wales View On Map
A delightful shop selling a terrific variety of international and gluten free foods. I was very impressed with the amount of gluten free products they sold including a good range of unusual gluten free products I hadn't seen before.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-02-28


Tree Tops Restaurant
Avoca Beach, New South Wales View On Map
Most of their menu is gluten free or can be adapted to be gluten free. This restaurant has a very good understanding and awareness of gluten free cooking. I had a lovely stuffed chicken breast which just melted in your mouth. The restaurant is situated looking out over the palms and eucalypts providing a sense of literally being in the tree tops.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-02-28


Caroline Bay Brasserie
Gosford, New South Wales View On Map
There are gluten free options available on their menu and they also have two or three cakes which are gluten free. Coffee was very good and if you have time take a walk around the Japanese Gardens also within the Gosford Art Gallery.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-02-28


Club Café
Olympic Park, Sydney View On Map
They have a small menu with about a dozen options and all but two or three of their dishes are gluten free! I had one of the nicest meals I could ever have expected here. I had a grilled swordfish with potato in its jacket and a salad. Delicious and very definitely gluten free!
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-02-28


Grill'd
, Chain View On Map
Whilst a burger restaurant they have gluten free buns and a dedicated gluten free toaster. They are so aware of our dietary restrictions, that they change gloves before touching a gluten free order, prepare and wrap it in paper (for takeaways) and keep the area clean for us. I know this because I was watching the preparation of my order. Grill'd also had the absolutely best herbed chips I have ever tasted. Make sure you order the gluten free bun toasted though. Most of their burgers and sauces are gluten free as well but check with the wait staff as they certainly know their products.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-01-05


Blue Moon Grill
Trinity Beach, Queensland View On Map
They have a wide range of gluten free meals clearly defined on their menu and they even have gluten free desserts. We celebrated my birthday here and they even added a candle to my slice of gluten free chocolate mud cake. Restaurants that do something special for you or go the extra mile will always rate highly in my book. Excellent restaurant.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2012-01-05


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