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It may be our home country but that doesn't mean that we can't travel around the country and still struggle to find somewhere catering to a gluten free diet. However, plenty of great places exist so hopefully you'll find the right one for you here.

Click on one of the more popular locations or search for where you want to go or what you want to eat. Alternatively, use our Map to find all Gluten Free locations near you!

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Taste Perthshire
Bankfoot, Perthshire View On Map
Separate gluten free menu with baked potatoes, omelettes, stir fry chicken, gammon steak and steaks. Cupcakes, meringues and brownies for afters.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2018-01-07

Margherita's Pizza
Lancaster, Lancashire View On Map
Delicious hand made GF pizza bases with a great selection of toppings. Also Margherita's gluten free pudding and Peroni gluten free beer. Excellent service and great value.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2017-12-28

Westminster Tea Rooms
Southport, Lancashire View On Map
Lovely classic tea room with a great selection gluten free afternoon teas. Scones with cream and jam are delicious.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2017-12-28

Cavens Arms
Dumfries, Dumfried & Galloway View On Map
Cavens Arms is a very popular pub in Dumfries and was one of my favourite places to eat even before I was diagnosed with coeliac, so I was delighted that I could still eat here! Gluten free is clearly marked on the menu and every day there is a separate specials menu that also had GF options marked. I can highly recommend the chicken cavens my favourite dish! I always ask about the fryers before I have chips to ensure nothing else is cooked in the oil and would recommend checking. Also children are not allowed. This is a must visit pub if your looking for gluten free in the area.
Recommended By: The Gluten Free Food Feed On: 2017-09-03

Tony and Jen's,
Lisburn Road, Belfast View On Map
When we arrived we asked if they had a gluten free menu. Amazed to find that everything is gluten free. Plenty of vegan and vegetarian choices and even a few meat choices. The food was tasty and well presented. Good variety and plenty of innovative dishes. My husband isn't gluten free of vegetarian and he enjoyed his meal as much as I enjoyed mine. This place is a gem. In many restaurants gluten free and vegetarian seem to be mutually exclusive. It was such a treat to be able to choose from almost everything. We have been back several time since that first visit and it would be my first choice of restaurant when I am in Belfast.
Recommended By: Susan McKay On: 2017-04-29

, Chain View On Map
Have a good gluten free menu now includes a gluten free cooked breakfast.
Recommended By: Maura Bird On: 2017-04-03

Cafe Anniden
Tingtagel, Cornwall View On Map
I would like everyone to know about Cafe Anniden bistro bar in Tintagel, the chef is Coeliac and I had such a wonderful experience in visiting this gem of a place whilst on a weekend break away in Cornwall. I am coeliac so find it difficult to visit cafes or restaurants for gluten free food, they are either very very limited or nothing at all. Well, what a surprise I got when I visited this bistro, there was a separate gluten free menu and it certainly was extensive, the chef uses all gluten free products. They also have a normal menu for non coeliacs. I had a delicious seafood meal with all the trimmings and ended by having a Cornish cream tea with the most delicious scones I have ever tasted. They also sell gluten free beers and lagers. It was such an added and delightful bonus to my enjoyable time in Cornwall.
Recommended By: Dinny On: 2017-04-03

National Memorial Arboretum
Alrewas, Derbyshire View On Map
The restaurant has gluten free sandwiches, soup, roasts and cakes including homemade scones. No premium price and excellent value.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2017-04-03

Magma Tandoori
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland View On Map
Most of the menu is gluten free. No problem ordering any of the curries. Sit in or takeaway.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2017-04-03

The Bell
Anslow, Derbyshire View On Map
Clearly marked gluten free options for a very reasonable price. £9.95 for one course, £14.95 for two or £19.95 for three. A local business which sources local produce. Well worth a visit.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2017-03-25

The Fish Hut
Burton Upon Trent, Derbyshire View On Map
Sit in and takeaway with gluten free nights on Mondays and Thursdays. Haddock, cod, lemon sole and plaice are available. Just watch out for Burton Albion home games when it could be busy.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2017-03-25

2 Oxford Place
Leeds, West Yorkshire View On Map
Ever since we had first heard of 2 Oxford Place we had wanted to try it, especially as we have family living in and around Leeds. However, for various reasons it hadn't happened until we were got vouchers for Christmas. With the kids safely with grandparents we headed in.

Just outside the city centre the restaurant is 100% gluten free so has the luxury of a menu full of choice rather than the usual 1 or 2 options. We settled for a couple of GF beers and Calamari and Halloumi to start with great big portions. For mains we had steak and a massive haddock and chips before finishing with a delicious chocolate brownie and sticky toffee pudding for desert. By the end we were both stuffed!

All in all the restaurant lived up to our expectations and we can't wait to head back again soon and try out the brunch menu!
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2017-02-11

Busaba Eathai
, Chain View On Map
I've always been a massive fan of Thai food and I've always been a fan of Busaba Eathai, visiting many times. This was the first visit back since I'd gone gluten-free and I was sceptical about what I'd be able to eat. My go-to dishes were off the menu. What I could have from the menu however, was surprising. A prawn pad thai was totally GF! Usually I'd see that pad thai was off limits due to the wheat content in the soy sauce, but Busaba have made it GF friendly. Horray!
As per Busaba standards, my meal was delicious and I could have easily kept eating more! The rice noodles, prawns, dried shrimp and peanuts work perfectly together. A good mix of sweet and salty. Their menu is GF friendly too, with a 'GF' symbol clearly marked next to each dish that was suitable. They have made it super easy. I also spotted a king prawn curry that was gluten-free. One on the list for next time being a seafood foodie!
Recommended By: @GlutenFreeAlex_ / glutenfreealexblog.wordpress.com On: 2017-01-29

The Cut
Waterloo, London View On Map
A friend of mine recommended The Cut in Waterloo to have a great menu with lots of gluten-free choice, so it had been on my list of go-to's for a while. Luckily, some of our friends were organising a bit of a catch up reunion and this place happened to work for everyone, so I got to give it a go. The Cut is part of the Young Vic theatre in Waterloo. It has a really cool vibe with lots of long communal tables and a lovely terrace outside. We were sitting on the terrace and it was a really warm night, so it was perfect

I'm a big fan of rice, especially when it's risotto, so when I saw the 'risotto of the day' I had to give it a try. The risotto of this particular day turned out to be butternut squash with feta cheese - so good. The rich feta melted into the risotto and was topped with sunflower seeds to give it that extra crunch.

The Cut's full menu is great at identifying the gluten-free options with GF clearly marked against each dish that is suitable. I'd definitely recommend giving them a try and booking a table when you're in the area.
Recommended By: @GlutenFreeAlex_ / glutenfreealexblog.wordpress.com On: 2017-01-29

Redemption Bar
Shoreditch, London View On Map
Redemption Bar only serve vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free, alcohol-free food and drink - the healthiest of dinner's out I've had in a while! It felt great visiting and knowing I had eaten nutritious food that was good for me - but at the same time I couldn't get over the fact that the meals still looked so indulgent!

I ordered the Asparagus Black Rice Risotto - English asparagus and summer peas with Italian nerone black rice topped with salsa verde, pecan nut 'parmesan' and rocket. It was absolutely delicious and the portion was huge!

Dessert was my absolute favourite part of the meal. We ordered a raw cocoa and cashew butter mousse. It came topped with pomegranate and a slice of fresh orange. The mousse was so rich and the fruit was perfect as it broke up the richness in between bites. My visit made for a really fun evening and I really want to go back and try the Lime & Coconut Cheesecake which I hear is absolutely stunning!
Recommended By: @GlutenFreeAlex_ / glutenfreealexblog.wordpress.com On: 2017-01-28

1 Lombard Street
City Of London, London View On Map
1 Lombard Street is a lovely London brasserie in the City. I visited here with friends during a dinner catch-up one Friday night. I found it has a fun atmosphere (albeit quite smart) and has the most impressive glass domed roof to gawp at whilst you eat!

Always a good start when you sit down at a restaurant and mention you're gluten-free - the waiter went away and brought back with him some gluten-free bread, this always makes me hopeful that the menu will be equally as accessible!

This brasserie has a varied menu, ranging from their casual bar menu, to the full on brasserie restaurant menu. They are also able to adapt some dishes to be gluten-free if you ask for it, although I just went for the naturally gluten-free ones this time round. I ordered a starter of creamy goat's cheese stacked with beetroot and rocket, with a delicious jam and fresh blueberries. For my main, I went for the mushroom risotto. Such a comforting and warming meal. The risotto was completely gluten-free and the woodland mushrooms added a nice flavour to it. Needless to say, there wasn't any room for dessert this time round.

1 Lombard Street is a nice little restaurant to catch up with friends or go on a date if you are looking for something nice and central in the City.
Recommended By: @GlutenFreeAlex_ / glutenfreealexblog.wordpress.com On: 2017-01-28

Dragon Way Chinese Restaurant
Prestonpans, East Lothian View On Map
Great Chinese food. Check with staff for coeliac suitability. Lar Chee, Kon Siu and Szechuan dishes are gluten free. Others too. Alas only boiled rice though.

An update to my previous review. Some battered dishes are gluten free too. Sweet and sour/lemon chicken and Woo Tip Chicken are ok (batter made with cornflour). Also ask for fried rice without soy sauce to enhance the meal.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2016-12-13

House of Bruar
Blair Atholl, Perthshire View On Map
A selection of roast meats and salad, soups and gluten free roll as well as having various homemade cakes and brownies are available for coeliacs. It is best to ask a staff member exactly what is suitable as it isn't clear on the display.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2016-12-13

Olivers Pantry
Ripon, Yorkshire View On Map
A great place that can accommodate gluten free meals. Most meals can be adapted and they have gluten free bread available for sandwiches etc.
Recommended By: Marie Smith On: 2016-12-13

Bosphorus Meze & Mangal
St Neots, Cambridgeshire View On Map
This restaurant has been open in our town for a year or two now and had always been on our list of places to try but we'd not got round to it. Then friends invited us so we set about seeing what would be Gluten Free. Thankfully a lot of Turkish Cuisine is naturally Gluten Free but Bosphorus labeles every item on the menu so you can still steer clear of the non-safe dishes. Food was delicious and we'll definitely go back soon.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2016-11-28