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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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Custom House
Barnstaple, Devon View On Map
Burger house which features a huge menu, gluten free buns and amazing toppings! The beef and chicken burgers are gluten free, the bun is amazing and there are so many combinations you'll be spoilt for choice. Owner Matt is really helpful (as are all the lovely staff) and happy to help - they also have gluten free brownie for dessert and gluten free polenta cheese sticks (AMAZING) for starters - I can't reccommend this place enough!!
Recommended By: @GFBlogger / theglutenfreeblogger.com On: 2013-01-06

Otto Pizza
Notting Hill, London View On Map
Otto Pizza off of Westbourne Grove in Notting Hill, London, serves the most delicious cornmeal crust pizzas. All of their pizzas are avaialble GF and they usually have a GF pie or cake on the menu too. They have rotating seasonal specials as well as a regular menu (check the website for specials) and the staff are totally knowledgeable and accomodating. Even their sauces are GF - try the BBQ. Otto now delivers in central London too.
Recommended By: @anaturalstate On: 2013-01-06

Celiac's Fayre
Twyford, Hampshire View On Map
Yes that's right 100% GF cafe and shop in Hampshire. This place is the first totally 100% gluten free cafe in the United Kingdom and its at Winchester. It's a must for anyone with any allergy "eat with confidence"
Recommended By: Tony On: 2012-11-27

The Ship Inn
Downham Market, Norfolk View On Map
Having recently visited The Ship Inn with my father who is Gluten Free and often doesn't bother to go to restaurants as he claims he is 'bored with Steak and jacket potato', we were very happy to find The Ship Inn as most of their menu was Gluten Free as standard and the odd things that we all know are difficult (mainly bread) is catered for happily by the team there. The Pub is seems to be owned by Father and Son one of which is also GF so there seems to be a great understanding of peoples needs without it being any issue at all. All in all some of the best naturally Gluten Free food we have had anywhere. Well worth a visit and probably worth booking as I think they will only progress to get busier and busier.
Recommended By: Nigel Ing On: 2012-11-27

Atomic Burger
Bishopston, Bristol View On Map
Ahead of a trip to Bristol we'd seen that Atomic Burger offered Gluten Free choices so planned to eat there when next visiting the city. Rather than having a Gluten Free menu detailing what is Gluten Free, they have a separate menu detailing the menu items WITH Gluten. There is an extra £2 added to Gluten Free options (Bun & Burger) which I always think is a bit unfair for Coeliac/Gluten Free diners. Each of the Atomic Burgers has a gimmick - the whole restaurant is a big gimmick with lots of retro toys and games from the 70's and 80's and videos of old cartoons and TV shows on a big screen. The service was very good and the waiter was aware of Coeliac/Gluten Free needs. I opted for the 'Dolly Parton' burger (double burger obviously) which was served with fries. I'd asked the waiter and he assured me that the fries are cooked separately from any gluten containing food. This was great news as I haven't eaten Fries in a long time! The meal was good, if a little expensive. But as a treat it was worth it. The environment of the restaurant was good too.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2012-11-22

Cheddar, Somerset View On Map
Ahead of our visit to Cheddar, Somerset we'd seen a review of the Edelweiss restaurant saying that it offered Gluten Free options. When we arrived we had a look on the menu outside and noticed that it mentioned'Gluten Free Sausages' but no other Gluten Free options. When we went in I asked and was told they had more Gluten Free choices. I also noticed a sign on the inside of the restaurant saying Gluten Free and Dairy Free options are available (this should be facing outside too!). There was a lot of choice for me which made a nice change and I was also brought out a separate menu that listed Gluten Free options. One of the interesting items listed was 'SMOG'! We asked the waitress what this was and told it was 'Sausage Mash and Onion Gravy' the separate menu had a number of acronyms on it. I didn't opt for the SMOG and instead had the Chicken Supreme stuffed with Cranberry Sauce with potatoes and salad. It was a very large portion and tasted great. The service was excellent throughout and my dining partners also had a good portion of Fish & Chips and a large serving of Victoria Sponge Cake (the VSC). The prices were very reasonable. I'd definitely go back to Edelweiss the next time I'm in Cheddar.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2012-11-22

The Mask of Venice
Weston-super-Mare, Somerset View On Map
Prior to a visit to Weston-Super-Mare we'd seen that the Italian restaurant Mask of Venice could cater for Coeliacs so headed along for a meal. The menu does not state which items are specifically Gluten Free, it's a case of picking something you like the look of and then getting the waitress to double check if it's OK. This is better than nothing I suppose, but not my favourite way of seeing the gluten free choices. When the bread was brought out I received a gluten free roll. Always a nice touch. I opted for starter of garlic mushrooms which was good. For my main course I had the veal escalope with cider and apples which was delicious.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2012-11-22

Terra Nova Bistro
Lostwithiel, Cornwall View On Map
I was so please to find somewhere that does a whole gluten free menu! This is a mainly Italian restaurant and does gluten free pizza, pasta, wraps and desserts. The menus are on their website.
Recommended By: Kate On: 2012-11-18

Cheltenham, Gloucestershire View On Map
This restaurant is fantastic for catering for any dietary requirements, including Gluten free. With myself as a coeliac and my partner with a fish and seafood allergy we usually have a tough time eating out, but the staff here couldn't do enough to ensure we were well catered for. The food is amazing and the service top notch, we were told we could have anything on the menu and the chef would tailor it to our needs. In the end we opted for the seven course tasting menu which we've never been able to do at other restaurants, and we each had courses specifically tailored to our dietary needs, and of course gluten free bread was provided. All of the courses were outstanding, and although not the cheapest restaurant, it was well worth the money. This was a fantastic experience and has restored my confidence in eating out again, and I would highly recommend the restaurant to anyone with dietary needs.
Recommended By: Rebecca Mayes On: 2012-11-11

Fish and Chips @ Weston Grove
Chester, Cheshire View On Map
After being diagnosed with Coeliac Disease last year, I have missed being able to have Fish and Chips as a treat. It is hard to find a nearby restaurant and many only serve gluten free on certain days - which may not be the day you fancy Fish and Chips! I am delighted and excited to share details of a fabulous new restaurant and takeaway which has opened up in Chester - they serve GF Fish and Chips all day every day with a separate dedicated fryer. They are knowledgeable about GF requirements and have separate prep areas to avoid cross contamination. The team are so friendly and clearly go to great lengths to source and serve the best quality food. The GF (and according to my husband, the non GF!) Fish and Chips are absolutely delicious and I can highly, highly recommend them :)
Recommended By: Fiona Bailiff On: 2012-11-11

The Royal Hotel
Ventor, Isle Of Wight View On Map
I'd called the Royal Hotel in advance to talk to them about catering gluten free. They must have made a note of this on our reservation because once the bread was brought for the rest of the table, I was asked if I'd like some gluten free bread. Yes, please! For my starter I chose the tian of avocado with Ventnor bay crab. I thoroughly enjoyed the light and refreshing flavours of this dish. However, the best was yet to come. I chose the pan fried sea bass, with fennel and a citrus quinoa. The zingy citrus quinoa served with the sea bass was the perfect choice for a summer lunchtime sitting outside in the beautiful gardens. What I particularly liked about this dish was that it got me excited about cooking an ingredient in a way I'd not thought about before. Even just looking at the photo now I recall how fresh and summery this tasted.
Recommended By: @GlutenFreeMrsD / glutenfreemrsd.com On: 2012-10-06

The Crown Hotel
Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk View On Map
Having zoomed up from London straight after work on Friday night we made our way to The Crown Hotel for dinner, just before they stopped serving food at 9.30pm. Part of the Flying Kiwi independent group of inns in Norfolk, The Crown is a 12 room hotel which offers dining either in the relaxed Orangery or the smaller, more formal dining room. I noticed at the base of the regular menu was a small note saying they had a gluten free menu. Promising. Even more promising when I was presented with this relatively extensive gluten free menu. It was too late to eat a starter as well as a main course but next time I'll arrive earlier so that I can taste the complimentary gluten free bread served with all starters. I'm always impressed with restaurants which make the effort of providing gluten free bread but it's interesting to see the quality as it can vary.

I was very pleased to see chips on the gluten free menu and checked with the waitress how they were cooked. Happily, they're not dusted in flour and they are cooked in a dedicated fryer so no chance of cross contamination. The waitress who served us was extremely knowledgeable about ingredients, cooking methods and, despite the restaurant being very busy, she checked and double checked on my questions without any fuss which also impressed E and Mr D. However, it turned out after her checking that the tartare sauce was not gluten free.

Since it was Friday and I was beside the seaside, I went for grilled haddock goujons with hand cut chips. The fish was chunky and fresh. The chips were lovely, thick cut and a rare treat. All in all this was a great meal. Delicious gluten free food, friendly atmosphere and impressive service under pressure.
Recommended By: @GlutenFreeMrsD / glutenfreemrsd.com On: 2012-10-06

The Butchers Arms
Rhiwbina, Cardiff View On Map
The Butchers Arms public house in Rhiwbina, Cardiff now holds an excellent weekly Farmers' Market every Friday from 10am-1pm. With everything from local home-reared meats, olives, preserves, free-range eggs, cakes and even gluten-free ready meals from plant2plate. When you have finished shopping you can pop in the pub for a swift half or a nice cappuccino !
Recommended By: Claire On: 2012-10-05

The Country Table
Newton Abbot, Devon View On Map
They have a vast range of Gluten Free Foods on offer, including cooked breakfast with local gluten free sausages. They make all of their own lunches, soups, salads, scones, and cakes. They also have gluten free tea cakes and tea loaves. They have a Coeliac working for them so they totally understand about the need for cross contamination awareness.
Recommended By: Karen Brady On: 2012-10-05

The Ambrette
Margate, Kent View On Map
While in Margate we ate at The Ambrette. We'd been recommended the restaurant by some friends of ours in the town. We were not disappointed. I had checked in advance that they could cater for Coeliacs and they said they get quite a lot of people with dietary requirements and explained what could/couldn't be GF. The food is Indian but looking at the menu online it doesn't look like typical Indian restaurant food. And it isn't. The whole experience of dining at The Ambrette is amazing. I'm not going to go into too much detail as it may spoil the surprise. Prior to our visit I had been told it was a great restaurant and it certainly is. We had a starter and a main course and both were fantastic. Each of the courses and side dishes are explained to you by the waiting staff and the look and taste of the dishes is excellent. Most of the items on the menu is gluten free, or can be made GF. Rather than naan bread with the main courses Coeliacs receive a Dosa (a type of rice pancake). This was great. It tasted really nice and was something I hadn't eaten before. It was great to not have to miss out on having a'bread'with the meal. I would definitely eat there again.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2012-10-05

Musselburgh, East Lothian View On Map
All their ice cream and sorbets are gf, as well as home made snowballs. No cones obviously. Check with waiting staff for other items on the food menu. Best ice cream restaurant in the area.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2012-10-05

Pearson's Arms by Richard Phillips
Whitstable, Kent View On Map
While in Whitstable we ate at the Pearson's Arms by Richard Phillips. The pub and restaurant is located on the seafront and we were able to get a walk-up table for two on a Thursday. However it might be wise to book in advance. We had checked in advance about Gluten Free options and had received a menu of what would be OK for Coeliacs. Upon arrival we let the waiting staff know I was a Coeliac. They said they get quite a lot of people with dietary requirements and explained what could/couldn't be GF. We decided to go for a main course and a dessert. I chose the rib eye steak as it would be the only meal on the menu that I could have without modifications/or without certain items. A nice touch was being given gluten free bread before the main course. The rib eye steak and accompaniments was very nice indeed. I had my eye on the dessert of Chocolate Terrine and was pleased that the cake layers were made of almonds. It was delicious. I would eat at the Pearson's Arms again.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2012-10-05

Pitt Cue Co.
Soho, London View On Map
We found Pitt Cue Co. in one of my girlfriend's monthly food magazines on where best to eat certain nationality foods during the Olympics. So when we went to London to soak up some of the Olympic fever and watch team GB get humped at Volleyball, we decided we'd sneak a visit to this hotly tipped Soho restaurant. My girlfriend had previously emailed Pitt Cue Co. to check on gluten free options and they reassuringly and promptly emailed back to say most things were naturally gluten free and that the chef himself was gluten free so he knew what he was doing. We arrived in sunny Soho at about 2pm and was told there'd be about a 20 minute wait for a table so we grabbed a tasty Cornish cider and stood in the street. After 20 minutes we were escorted downstairs to a darkish room which couldn't have sat more than 20 people. If you don't like sharing your table then this probably isn't the place for you. We got our own table for 4 but there were plently sharing and the place had a real buzz. It is tiny, and the very limited website says that they only operate a first come first served basis as it's so small. But it's true what they say good things come in small packages!

Our server explained the menu with an enthusiasm that demonstrated how passionate Pitt Cue Co. are about their food, explaining in detail the different cuts of meat on offer and how each is cooked. There were plenty of options for those who are gluten free / coeliac and lots that could be adapted (e.g taking away the bread bun). I couldn't turn down the Beef ribs which were beautifully tender, the meat falling off the bone and packed with smoky BBQ flavour. There's a good selection of sides. I had mine served with pickles, a green chilli slaw and bone marrow mash which were all extremely tasty. If you like American food, Pitt Cue Co. does it very well indeed and better than almost any I've tasted State-side.
Recommended By: @hungryboyfriend / hungryboyfriend.blogspot.com On: 2012-09-21

Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire View On Map
I went here last week and they made their soups all without flour of any kind, just cooked and blended different cobinations of vegetables with seasoning and herbs or spices to create fabulous homemade soup. They offered GF bread rolls, scones, tea cakes, crumpets and muffins! It was brilliant to join the rest of the family in a traditional cotswold cream tea - first time ever!!! The lady said she was looking into making her own gluten free lasagne and also to stock a range of good quality meals from a reputable supplier so I am going to get her to email me with updates.
Recommended By: Lucy Annetts On: 2012-09-21

Bryncelyn Guesthouse
Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys View On Map
While in Llanwrtyd Wells we stayed at the Bryncelyn Guesthouse. We had a great stay, made even better as they can provide a very tasty Gluten Free breakfast. It wasn't a 'Full English' (or Welsh!), but I was able to have bacon, mushrooms, eggs, beans and toast. It was very nice to have a good breakfast to start the day.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2012-09-15