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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.

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Le Manoir aux Quat Saison
Great Milton, Oxfordshire View On Map
Visited with friends for autumn gourmet tasting lunch. Absolutely fabulous! had telephoned in advance to request GF option and was given exactly the same (modified to be GF obviously) as my companions including hors d'oeuvres, home made bread and after meal choccies. Staff were lovely. The after meal afternoon was spent wandering the wonderful gardens, very romantic and well worth a celebratory/special occasion visit.
Recommended By: Ann James On: 2013-10-19

Alderley Edge Hotel
Alderley Edge, Cheshire View On Map
Posh hotel that holds gourmet evenings every season. One phone call assured me that they could make a 10 course banquet of taster dishes GF and they all were, including two puds. Same waiter served us all night and only needed telling once I was the GF customer. Lovely atmosphere, great place to stay too. Expensive but fabulous for special occasion
Recommended By: Ann James On: 2013-10-19


La Taverna
Aviemore, Inverness-shire View On Map
La Taverna, the Italian restaurant on Grampian Road is now offering gluten free pizzas, and has other options.
Recommended By: coeliacbuzz.blogspot.com On: 2013-09-29


Clock House Restaurant
Tomintoul, Inverness-shire View On Map
If you travel up the twisty and scenic road to Tomintoul, the highest Highland village, you will find the Clock House restaurant, where you can have a gluten free meal if you discuss your requirements with the chef.
Recommended By: coeliacbuzz.blogspot.com On: 2013-09-29


1725
Lancaster, Lancashire View On Map
A lovely tapas bar with a good selection of gluten free options highlighted on the menu. Very relaxing surroundings, and good service. No gf beer, but Rekorderlig cider on draught.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2013-09-17


Iydea
Kensington Gardens, Brighton View On Map
I am loving Iydea who now have two venues in Brighton & Hove: Kensington Gardens in the very funky Lanes (more bustling cafe style but big meals) and Western Road , near Waitrose and Taj (more cafe/restaurant). Both have won awards in 2013 for numerous fantastic gluten free veggie food including lots of scrummy vegan options, they also do a juice bar and cakes too. Typical prices are £4.70-7.50 for a main plus two side choices plus a topping choice. staff are friendly too. Enjoy! It will make you wish you lived here.
Recommended By: Carol Angel On: 2013-09-02


Deli-cious Walton Deli & Coffee Shop
Walton on the Naze, Essex View On Map
We spotted on the sign outside that the Deli-cious Walton Deli & Coffee Shop in Walton on the Naze in Essex has Gluten Free products. While none of the fresh food is gluten free or suitable for Coeliacs, there was a shelf with a good selection of biscuits, chocolate, cakes and snacks. I picked up two bags of pretzels by Eskal that I hadn't seen before. One was a bag of normal salted pretzels, the other was yoghurt coated.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2013-09-02


The Yanwath Gate Inn
Glenridding, Cumbria View On Map
We booked an early dinner on account of having had no lunch so were ready to eat when we arrived. It is a typical cosy pub/diner with interesting local ales on tap (which we sadly didn't sample). The menu was comprehensive but not overwhelming with a good selection of Today's Specials along with a large Tapas menu. I did my usual "I am a coeliac, could you advise me which dishes are safe for me?" only to be told that they used very little flour in their cooking as the chef himself is coeliac. You could have knocked me down with a feather! I chose squid in chilli with rocket and parmesan from their Tapas menu, which was cooked perfectly and quite hot. For seconds I finally settled on haunch of venison with wild mushroom jus and polenta fritters, which was very tasty indeed. I usually skip dessert for any number of reasons but was tempted to have a look and found that I had a choice of 3 desserts! - creme brulee with 2 types of biscuits - cheese cake with passion fruit - panna cotta with beetroot brownies and chilli chocolate sauce - all gluten-free!

Overall, we both thought it was a very good meal and wouldn't hesitate to go back (which we did!). They were extremely friendly and helpful and we hope that the full holiday season brings more customers than we saw.
Recommended By: @TheHappyCoeliac / thehappycoeliac.com On: 2013-08-23


Bodean's BBQ
Soho, London View On Map
After listening to people raving on about Bodean's BBQ in London - the ultimate destination for meat lovers - there was no way I couldn't check it out. Piles of slow-cooked pulled pork, stacks of sticky ribs and chunks of beef smothered in BBQ sauce is pretty much my idea of food heaven. After scanning their website I couldn't find anything that indicated what (if anything) on their menu was gluten-free. Determined not to let this keep me from my pork, I sent them a Facebook message which they quickly responded to, asking me for my email address so that they could send through a spreadsheet with their food allergy info on it. Full Review Here
Recommended By: @GFDining / gfdining.co.uk On: 2013-08-23


The Happenstance
St Paul's Cathedral, London View On Map
Last week, I was invited to review The Happenstance's new gluten-free menu. Located right next to the stunning St Paul's Cathedral, gluten-free offerings include flatbreads and burgers as well as an array of gluten-free desserts. On arrival, we were greeted by the lovely manager Sam who explained that he followed a gluten-free diet, which was a major driving force behind the gluten-free menu choices. Our waitress was absolutely lovely and recommended the Éric Louis Pinot Noir to go with our meal. Pinot Noir is my favourite red wine, and this one didn't disappoint. It packed a bit more punch than your average Pinot, but was super-fruity and the perfect accompaniment to a big, fat, juicy beef burger. Full Review Here
Recommended By: @GFDining / gfdining.co.uk On: 2013-08-23


Lilley's Bakery
Walton on the Naze, Essex View On Map
During our wander through Walton on the Naze in Essex we spotted that Lilley's Bakery on Portobello Road has a selection of gluten and wheat free breads and cakes. They also have two shops in nearby Frinton on Sea. Good to know for our next visit.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2013-08-23


The Singing Kettle
Walton on the Naze, Essex View On Map
While having a walk through Walton on the Naze in Essex we spotted a sign in the window of The Singing Kettle cafe/restaurant/tea room that they had Gluten Free meals and cakes available. We asked what was available and were told that cod could be battered with gluten free batter, the curry was also OK, as was a minced beef bake. Unfortunately on our visit there weren't any gluten free cakes available. As it was a drizzly day out I opted for a jacket potato with cheese, this was served with a nice little side salad and was a good lunch. Worth a visit if you're in Walton on the Naze.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2013-08-23


The Brook Inn
Washbrook, Suffolk View On Map
We had heard that The Brook Inn at Washbrook (near Copdock), which is very close to Ipswich, Suffolk did gluten free food. Prior to our recent visit we'd had a look on their website and saw there was a lot of gluten free choices. When we arrived we received a nice welcome in the relaxed pub and restaurant and sat down to look through the menu. It really does have a lot of options for Coeliacs, with plenty of choices of starters, mains and desserts! We opted to have a starter and a main. For my starter I had the goats cheese with a red onion chutney, while my wife had the chicken liver pate, made gluten free by substituting the normal bread for gluten free bread. The portions were very good and the food was delicious. For mains my wife and I both went for the Belly of Pork that was served with an apple schnapps sauce, crackling, mashed potatoes, vegetables and a ratatouille. The portion was large and the pork was very tender indeed. Great crackling too. After the main meal we were feeling full, but couldn't resist going for a dessert too. I had the chocolate brownie, with chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream. A very nice way to round off the meal. My wife had the Chocolate Puddle Pudding (not a gluten free choice) and found the rich chocolately dish to be too chocolately! We'll definitely be back to try out more of the dishes on the menu. We had a chat to the landlord who told us that they were looking to add more choice! The pub is easily reachable from Ipswich and was nicely busy for a Tuesday night, with a number of regulars enjoying the food on offer.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2013-08-23


Monty's Caribbean Kitchen
Barnstaple, Devon View On Map
Drawn in by the Caribbean beats, the sunshine and the amazing scents wafting down the street, my friend Hannah and I stumbled across Monty's Caribbean Kitchen almost by accident. I'd often seen the make-shift sign on the roundabout in Roundswell, Barnstaple, advertising the Kitchen's presence from 5pm until 8pm every Saturday, but I'd never really gone to investigate.

We'd decided to walk to Sainsbury's to get something comforting to cook for dinner, but on the way we came out right next to the trailer on Old Bideford Road and we couldn't resist how amazing the food smelt! The Kitchen arrives each week with a new menu, and up this week was jerk pork, jerk chicken, goat curry and a sweet potato curry. I asked what was gluten free and was told everything except the goat curry, which has dumplings in. I was a little sad because I tried goat in Uganda and loved it, but the rest looked so amazing I was over it pretty quickly! We decided to geta regular portion of each of the jerk chicken, pork and sweet potato curry, which comes with rice and peas and salad. When we were handed over the portions I couldn't believe how generous they were - they were positively bursting! I think it was a severe case of 'eyes bigger than stomach'.

As Caribbean food just eminates sunshine, it was only right we ate it in the back garden and enjoyed it with some fruity smoothies! The jerk chicken and pork were amazing - full of flavour! I preferred the pork, it's one of my favourite meats and I don't get to eat it as much as chicken, and it was so tender! The sweet potato curry provided a bit of sauce to mop up with the rice, and it was sweet with a spicy kick. Again, I just couldn't believe the flavour bursting from these dishes. I've always wanted to try Caribbean food and now I'm desperate to get my hands on a good cook book!

Finding Monty's Caribbean Kitchen was definitely the best suprise of the night and the fact they are a small trailer hidden off the main road makes it even more of a treasure trove.
Recommended By: @GFBlogger / theglutenfreeblogger.com On: 2013-08-11


Leon
, Chain View On Map
When you live in rural North Devon, it doesn't get much more exciting than going to London. A far cry away from the country lanes and rolling feels, the buzz of the big city never fails to excite me. One of the things I love the most about London is the fact there is SO MUCH FOOD that is gluten free, and it's everywhere! At home seeing 'GF' on the menu is a novelty but at least here I know I can find something round the corner. We had a bit of a wait in Kings Cross and decided to visit the chain Leon. We'd first discovered this 'naturally fast food' place when we got stuck waiting for a late-night train last year and it was our savior from boredom and starvation!

The idea is that there's a simple menu - most of it gluten free - and you can choose what you want and whether you want anything extra like fries.

I had a browse of the menu and was torn between the meatballs and chicken, so I opted for the chicken option with salad, and fries (obviously). I was pleased to see all of the gluten free options were clearly marked which made it really easy for me to navigate and choose what I wanted without having to quiz the staff. The chicken came with brown rice, a wedge of lemon, a dollop of mayo and a medley of salad including cabbage and beans (I think!). The lattice fries were delicious and I loved the flavouring on them - they reminded me of curly fries which I haven't been able to find gluten free yet - so it was worth it just for that nostalgic moment! If you're after food on the go and you want something clearly labelled and relatively well-priced then Leon is a great go-to. Itís nice to see so many chains offering gluten free food - I just wish we had more of them at home!!
Recommended By: @GFBlogger / theglutenfreeblogger.com On: 2013-08-11


Balincourt Hotel
Bournemouth, Dorset View On Map
We stayed in the Balincourt Hotel in Bournemouth (great location for the Boscombe Chine Mini Golf course), which can cater for Coeliacs for breakfast (and evening meals if required). There were gluten free cereals available and the full English breakfast was a great way to start the day.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2013-08-11


Natural Bourne Grillers
Bournemouth, Dorset View On Map
While in Boscombe, Dorset earlier this summer (for a Minigolf tournament at the great Boscombe Chine Mini Golf course) we'd found a number of suggestions for Gluten Free options from the Gluten Free Vegetarian UK blog that had lots of reviews and suggestions for restaurants and takeaways in the Bournemouth, Boscombe and Southbourne area. One of the restaurants we were most looking forward to visiting was Natural Bourne Grillers. The online menu had certainly whetted our appetites and it was the first place we dined on Thursday. So good was the food and service that we also booked a table for Friday night! Natural Bourne Grillers is a steakhouse and grill and all meals can be prepared gluten free! The chef told us that he has friends with coeliac disease so he makes a real effort to make sure the food at the restaurant is safe and tasty. It really was great and I can't recommend it highly enough. On both days I opted for the 10oz bacon cheeseburger! It was a massive burger (two 5oz steak mince patties in a good gluten free bun with plenty of cheese and nice bacon) and came with hand cut fries and a great coleslaw. On the Saturday we also went for the BBQ chicken wings which were very good. We will definitely be heading back again. There are plenty of other items on the menu and they have a number of daily specials and offers during the week. There is also no corkage fee when you take your own alcohol which is great. I'll definitely dine there again.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2013-08-11


Blue Dog Bar
Altrincham, Cheshire View On Map
Blue Dog Bar in Altrincham - great food, home made GF bread and willing to do what they can for GF people. Well worth it if in Altrincham
Recommended By: @helenfirebird On: 2013-08-05


The Robin Hood
Tring, Hertfordshire View On Map
Lovely pub with separate GF menu. Battered fish and chips to die for. Very knowledgeable owner happy to discuss requirements. Part of the Fullers chain.
Recommended By: Sheila On: 2013-07-30


Rufford Old Hall
Rufford, Lancashire View On Map
Rufford Old Hall is a National Trust Tudor building. Many National Trust properties supply Gluten Free food and Rufford Old Hall has a tea room offering Gluten Free sandwiches. I stopped here for a day out and had a Lancashire Cheese Gluten Free sandwich which was delicious.
Recommended By: @SophiesWorld42 On: 2013-07-27


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