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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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Figs Restaurant
Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire View On Map
Figs Restaurant had a number of Gluten Free marked options on their menu. They were also able to adapt other dishes to make them GF. I had the Pork Loin, with the Eton Mess to follow. Very tasty. Great service too.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2011-06-04

Ginnie's Guest House
Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire View On Map
One of the best Guest Houses we have stayed at. Excellent service (and recommendations of what to see and do nearby), with a brilliant Gluten Free breakfast - cereals AND a full English :-) I highly recommend anyone visiting Cleethorpes to stay at Ginnie's.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2011-06-04

Milkshake Magic
Skegness, Lincolnshire View On Map
Milkshake Magic highlight what is/is not Gluten Free on their menu. I had a great milkshake and excellent service on our visit.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2011-06-04

Steak n Stuff
Skegness, Lincolnshire View On Map
Great steak restaurant that were able to provide a Gluten Free meal when asked. Excellent service and close to the seafront. I would return.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2011-06-04

Spring Fields Tavern
Spalding, Lincolnshire View On Map
We were visiting Spalding and the Springfields shopping village and noticed on the menus at the Spring Fields Tavern that they offer Gluten Free Options (one or two at lunchtime), but more in the evening. I had a lovely Rib Eye Steak meal.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2011-06-04

Jamie's Italian
, Chain View On Map
We recently learned that Jamie's Italian offers gluten free pasta. We've gone there several times since discovering this and our daughter has cleaned her plate each time. Be sure to confirm that what is brought to your table is actually gluten free before digging in. On one visit I asked and found that the dish brought out was regular wheat pasta because of a mix up in the kitchen. Luckily we hadn't yet stuck a fork in. They were very apologetic and didn't charge us for her meal, but as in any restaurant, "trust but verify."
Recommended By: glutenfreekidstravel.com On: 2011-06-01

The Sea Tree
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire View On Map
Last weekend my daughter and I had some time to kill. While on nearby Mill Road, I remembered that The Sea Tree always offers gluten free fish and chips. We ducked in for an impromptu mother-daughter lunch. My fussy daughter was not interested in the breaded fish, but did gobble up the fries and tartar sauce. While fish and chips always makes me a little sick (who can handle so much fried food in one sitting?), it was quite tasty and the fish was extremely fresh. They sell seasonal, fresh fish which you can also buy raw from the counter to take home.
Recommended By: glutenfreekidstravel.com On: 2011-06-01

The Cock and Bull
Balmedie, Aberdeenshire View On Map
Had dinner here on Saturday night. Arrived slightly late but all no problem, and attending staff were very decent and accomodating. Had informed the restaurant that I was coeliac (no wheat, gluten, barley etc) on telephone when booking. When ordering food I was guided through what I could and couldnt eat, but better than that I was told that the chef would accomodate anything that was unsuitable with a gluten free alternative. Therefore pretty much the whole menu opened up, which as a coeliac was a joy. Even better, I was informed that my bread (gluten free bread) had been ordered specially and would be available to me when bread was brought for others. This was a small touch but one that I was deeply respectful of. This takes some consideration and it is these little touches that make a restaurant different.

Starter was a beef, olive and fritatta platter, which was excellent. Main course was a superb fillet steak with a garlic butter sauce and home cooked fries and vegetables. All of which had been prepared away from any other gluten or wheat foodstuffs.

Yes, the food doesnt come instantly, but if you want fast food, goto McDonalds. If you want decent properly prepared food, then the Cock and Bull delivers. And the service, in my opinion, was excellent as they went out their way to accomodate me. We'll be back. In fact, I'd go so far as to say we would choose this restaurant over any other in Aberdeen.
Recommended By: Weegie1 On: 2011-05-31

Pomodoro e Mozzarella
Eastbourne, East Sussex View On Map
Casually perusing the town for places we could eat gluten free, when we ambled along Cornfield Terrace, and realised we had hit the mother lode! Someone here obviously understands the needs of coeliacs, and there is a special gluten free menu in a Pizza and Pasta place - and not a silly token menu either. It is a set menu with several courses that are excellent, So good that some of them are even more attractive than the regular menu. Even the non-coeliac eat from it! We were both marvellously pleased. Yum Yum Yum.

As an example: Grilled Goat's Cheese with Polenta; Pizza; dessert. The service was perfect, attentive, courteous, quick. The place was heaving, including large parties, but they still were able to seat us without a reservation.

If it wasn't so far I'd go to Eastbourne just to eat here again.
Recommended By: alias_Ned_Flanders On: 2011-05-31

Harris Tapas Bar/Restaurant
Hastings, East Sussex View On Map
I went into Harris Tapas bar during the lunch time services and asked if they could cater for Coeliacs and without hesitation the waitress said they could, and also said that they have a Gluten Free dessert on the menu. We went for dinner there that day. Great service, great food and very good prices :-) We had about 7 or 8 tapas dishes and each one was very tasty indeed. The restaurant doesn't advertise the fact it serves Gluten Free, but when you ask they have plenty of choices :-)
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2011-05-17

The Black Pearl
Hastings, East Sussex View On Map
I went into The Black Pearl and asked if they could cater for Coeliacs and once I explained it meant the food must be Gluten and Wheat Free they said they could, so we went for dinner there. The service was OK (one of the waitresses was very knowledgeable), and the food was good. I ordered a Duck Breast Salad to start, which was very nice. I also ordered the Ribeye Steak for the main course, and specifically asked for it wiothout any sauce - it was then served with the sauce!? When I questioned this the waiter seemed put out, he checked with the kitchen to ensure it was Gluten Free, which they said it was, as it was a 'reduction' sauce. But they didn't seem keen to change it :-( I was also only half way through my Mohito Cocktail when the waiter started clearing the glasses!? A bit over eager to get more drinks sold perhaps. The restaurant doesn't advertise the fact it serves Gluten Free, but when you ask they do have some choices. It's worth giving the place a try. I probably won't go back again though.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2011-05-17

Hastings, East Sussex View On Map
I went into Webbes and asked if they could cater for Coeliacs and without hesitation the waitress said they could, so I went for dinner there that day. The service was OK (one of the waitresses was very knowledgeable), but the food was not good at all. I ordered Oysters to start and they were a very mixed bag, one was very small, one looked off, and the other was OK! I was served the wrong starter (Salmon instead of Pork!?), but the main - Slow Roasted Ox Cheek - was good. But oddly I was asked 'how would I like the beef cooked'!? The restaurant doesn't advertise the fact it serves Gluten Free, but when you ask they have choices. The good waitress also offered the information that all of the sauces were made with cornflour so would be Gluten Free. It might be worth giving the place a try, but I wouldn't go back after my experience - yes, they served Gluten Free food, but not very well!
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2011-05-17

Worthing, West Sussex View On Map
We revisited Worthing while doing a bit of a south coast seaside and Crazy Golf tour and found Liming Mexican Restaurant to once again be excellent for Gluten Free diners. Good service, great food (nice and spicy!) and very nice prices :-) I had the Hot Cheese Sauce (and Nachos) followed by a very good Jambalaya. The restaurant doesn't advertise the fact it serves Gluten Free, but when you ask they have a menu prepared and plenty of choice :-)
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2011-05-17

Soho, London View On Map
When my friend suggested we eat at Pho, a Vietnamese street food cafe in Soho, I scanned through their menu online and was impressed. Most, if not all, of their dishes are based around 100% rice noodles, making it a million times easier for me to find something sans gluten.

I arrived on time, so I took the opportunity to get a table, relieved that I could ask the waitress a few questions about the menu without having to feel embarrassed. I know I shouldn't feel embarrassed, as it's a medical condition I can't do anything about, but I just hate making a fuss of myself. The waitress assured me that all the main dishes were gluten-free, apart from those with ginger soy sauce in them. Feeling happier, I ordered a homemade lemonade with vodka and mint, and took my time deciding what to eat.

I settled on the Pho Xao Thit Ga - pan-fried flat rice noodles with chicken and prawn. It was delicious. Yeah, this dish isn't exactly suitable for peanut allergy sufferers. But it was flavoursome and fresh and not too heavy. I had room for dessert! I asked the waitress to check if the banana fritters were gluten-free (they weren't), so I picked the strawberry and basil sorbet. According to the menu, it had at least 55% real fruit in it, and I suspect they added sugar because it was quite sweet. But having said that, it was still delicious, although there could have been more basil in it.

Overall, it was a very pleasant dining experience. The interior of the restaurant is cosy and warm, and the serving staff are very helpful. Coeliacs can eat almost everything on the menu. There are 4 branches in London, and one in Brighton, so I would suggest you check out their website to find the most convenient one for you! Highly recommended!
Recommended By: @TheHappyCoeliac / thehappycoeliac.com On: 2011-05-11

Clan Walker Guest House
Newington, Edinburgh View On Map
Stayed a few times. John and Lucy are very accommodating and friendly without being overbearing. All rooms very comfortable, up to date and well equipped, but vary in size so best to check website when booking. Good breakfast though without fresh fruit salad. I advised need for a gluten free diet when booking and gluten free cookies were in the room and gluten free toast for breakfast.. Good location, near Holyrood Park and with regular buses in to the centre of town.
Recommended By: Alimaryd On: 2011-05-06

Namaaste Kitchen
Camden, London View On Map
Namaaste Kitchen isn't your typical Indian restaurant. Located in Camden on the quiet street Parkway, Namaaste Kitchen has a modern elegant interior, and just as modern and elegant food. The menu is packed with new and intriguing dishes - anyone for a Mungalore Dorset Crab curry?

I've been several times, and I'm really please to say that they now have a gluten free menu! Even though most Indian dishes are safe, sometimes it's hard to know for sure what flours are being used in what dishes, and whether there is any cross contamination. So it's a great help when you get a gluten free menu and learn that they will make a Soft Shell Crab for you gluten free (with a rice flour tempura flour especially!)

The food is served in a more European style of set courses, rather than several dishes in the middle of the table. Good if you don't want to be overly stuffed! I adored the flavours of the Coriander and Lime Chicken Tikka, and the surprisingly delicious fusion of marinated portobello mushroom stuffed with figs green chilli and cashews with a curry leaf dressing. The Spicy Soft Shell crab was fantastic - the sauce it was served with complementing it perfectly.

The choices for main courses are many - practically all are gluten free actually. I tried the Chettinad Chicken From Tamil Nadu - a dark rich coconut curry with coconut rice - totally delicious. My friends had the monkfish (delicate and juicy) and the lamb (moorish!), it's a great place for both a group of friends or for an intimate dinner for two.

The service is excellent; attentive and not intrusive, just as you would hope from a fine dining restaurant. The prices are very reasonable. I'd recently been to michelin starred Benares, and found Namaaste to be just as good at half the price! For your next Indian craving get thee to Camden pronto!
Recommended By: @gffoodie / glutenfreefoodie.co.uk On: 2011-05-05

Bee in the Butterfly
Hexham, Northumberland View On Map
A great little café, run by Deborah Sisterton, who really understands coeliac. Good range of sandwiches, toasties, simple hot meals, drinks, cakes (always at least one gluten free cake) etc. Good for other dietary needs too - veggie, lactose free etc - and serves fair trade tea/coffee. We eat there about once a month and have never yet been disappointed.
Recommended By: Mark NW On: 2011-05-05

Bouchon Bistrot
Hexham, Northumberland View On Map
Outstanding (and reasonably priced!) French restaurant, where everything is cooked from scratch. They know precisely what is in every dish, and most are gluten free. Greg is exceptionally helpful (oh, and he and his staff really are French!) We go there whenever we want a special evening meal out, or a lunchtime special - and have never had a problem yet. Voted best local French restaurant in the UK on Gordon Ramsey's "The F Word" - but success hasn't gone to their heads ... or their prices!
Recommended By: Mark NW On: 2011-05-05

The Osborne Hotel
Torquay, Devon View On Map
My husband and I stayed at The Osborne Hotel recently when we attended a friends wedding. We booked the hotel through lastminute.com and got a great deal for bed and breakfast. When we arrived we were greeted by amazing views and really friendly and helpful staff. I am coeliac and the hotel staff were only too happy to accommodate by getting in special bread for breakfast. Also, at the brasserie restaurant the chef went out of his way to make a mornay sauce which did not contain wheat. Our room was a great size and very clean, and had everything a good hotel room should (iron, ironing board, tea making facilities, hair dryer, safe, toiletries etc). The pool and fitness facilities were great and also very clean. The staff were all very friendly every time we came into contact with them. We would definitely stay again.
Recommended By: hbick On: 2011-05-05

Abingdon, Oxfordshire View On Map
One of the best restaurants I have ever eaten in (Gluten Free or Otherwise). We visited on a Saturday evening, just after attending the town of Abingdon's traditional Royal Bun Throwing event. We enquired whether the restaurant could cater for a Gluten Free/Coeliac diet and without hesitation the waitress knew exactly what we were talking about and assured us that dining there would not be a problem. The menu outside does not mention anything about dietary requirements, however there is a "real chef" cooking there, always a good sign. I ordered the Scallops to Start (GF), my wife ordered the Assiette of Fish. Both were brilliant and very tasty. For mains my wife had the duo of Lamb while I opted for the Belly Pork (GF). This was one of the best dishes I have ever seen. Great presentation (a feast for the eyes) and it tasted lovely. For Dessert I had the Creme Brule (GF) which was served in a unique style! My wife had the Raspberry Pavlova. It was brilliant to be able to have a three-course meal with no problems, or stress. The food and service was perfect. The restaurant is located on the first floor above some shops on the High Street, and despite it being open for over four years I hadn't spotted it on my previous visits back to Abingdon. Highly recommended whether you are a Coeliac or not. Kitsons offer excellent food, fantastic service and a very nice dining atmosphere. We will definitely be back for more in the future.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2011-05-03