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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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Church's Bistro And Bar
Ipswich, Suffolk View On Map
In Ipswich we went to Church's Bistro and Bar for lunch. They have a dedicated Gluten Free menu and a huge range of options. I chose the Ham Hock Terrine followed by the 100% Beef Burger. Both were magnificent.

If you're a Coeliac and in the Ipswich area you must visit. And even if you're not, the 'normal' food was great too.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2010-12-10

Cox's Of Letchworth
Letchworth, Hertfordshire View On Map
I had some excellent Gluten Free Fish and Chips today from Cox's Of Letchworth. The staff are very knowledgeable and the great thing is, the Gluten Free options are served every day! Cox's Of Letchworth also do Gluten Free Chicken. Can't wait for my next visit.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2010-12-10

, Chain View On Map
We had only previously eaten at Harvester once or twice until one was opened in my parent's village and we now visit quite regularly. The menu is quite good in terms of choices for Coeliacs and we are able to vary our meal each time. I particulalry like Chicken with the Kickin Garlic sauce! You can also fill up pre-meal with a huge salad bar. To help out their website is actually quite simplistic in identfying what can and can't be eaten. I would really recommend going!
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-12-05

Tollcross/Bruntsfield , Edinburgh View On Map
There are a quite a few good and unusual restaurants in the Tollcross and Bruntsfield area but Indaba definitely stands out with a unique mix of cuisines on the menu. We loved the arrepas, which are like do it yourself sandwiches made with cornmeal flour and offer something delicious and different for the gluten-free diner. The multicultural tapas were a tasty way to start off the meal.

The service is excellent and all the staff are obviously passionate about their food. Unfortunately, the interior is still a bit spartan but no doubt cosiness will come. Get in quickly, this place is bound to get busy.
Recommended By: filopastry On: 2010-12-01

Covent Garden, London View On Map
We can recommend Wahaca in Central London. It's street style mexican food, relatively inexpensive and they have lots that is GF. The staff are really knowledgeable and very helpful and we like the zany decor. It's a busy bustling type of place and they are really kid friendly too. We had for pudding a delicious flan (creme caramel) and also a really yummy jelly- mango and hibiscus- so interesting food, and great for adults too.
Recommended By: @Glutenfree4kids / glutenfree4kids.com On: 2010-11-27

St Aubin, Jersey View On Map
I was only in Jersey for 6 days and I discovered Murrays and what a wonderful delight to find that they made gluten free pizzas. It has been 5 years since I have been able to eat freshly made pizza and I couldnt have told the difference between ordinary pizza and thegluten free. Such a delight to go somewhere I wasnt made to feel different because of my diet. The desserts were so scrummy as well. The staff were brilliant and welcoming and efficient especially when I made a special trip before my flight to Sheffield and managed to have one last pizza with only half an hour to spare. I will definitly make a special trip to Jersey to have some more of your wonderfully yummy salivating beautiful pizza - I still have cravings for it what a shame you dont deliver! Once I discovered Murrays on my 2nd day I didnt go anywhere else for lunch during my stay in Jersey.
Recommended By: pepperpot8 On: 2010-11-26

Best Western Kings Manor Hotel
City East, Edinburgh View On Map
I'd like to recommend the Best Western Kings Manor Hotel which is four miles from the centre of the city. I informed them I needed a GF diet, and they provided GF biscuits in my room to have with my coffee. At breakfast there were three different types of GF Breakfast Cereal (I chose Mesa Sunrise). For dinner there were several options marked as GF on the menu. The staff couldn't have been nicer or more informative. I had a great weekend.
Recommended By: Helen T On: 2010-11-25

The Bath Priory Hotel
Bath, Somerset View On Map
I asked in advance if the Priory could do me a gluten free birthday menu and they exceeded my expectations, one of the best if not the best meals I have ever had. so much so that it has encouraged me to write this review. I cannot recommend enough this hotel particularly if you have special dietary requirements
Recommended By: debbie147 On: 2010-11-18

Doddington Hall Farm Shop and Cafe
Doddington, Lincolnshire View On Map
Stopped here and had a delicious GF Cream tea, they also do GF cakes. All menu items are cooked from scratch so if you fancy something more satisfying they should be able to tell you what's in it. Well worth a visit!
Recommended By: @CanalViewBnB / Website On: 2010-11-18

El Pirata Detapas
Notting Hill, London View On Map
Along bustling Westbourne Grove, you will find the gem that is El Pirata de Tapas. Don't let the prices put you off - the food is damn good and, if you ask nicely, they can give you a menu which highlights all gluten free meals. I had the Tortilla, which really was something special, and a cod in tomato sauce dish, which I can't see on their online menu. Friendly service and a great selection of wines. My advice is that you book in advance, especially if going on a Saturday night - it was packed! The only thing they don't have is gluten free bread, but I guess it's only a matter of time.
Recommended By: @GlutenFreeBrit / glutenfreebrit.com On: 2010-11-18

Natural Bourne Grillers
Bournemouth, Dorset View On Map
Tried and tested! The food there is INCREDIBLE. I've eaten in a lot of places that do gf food over the last few years and this is one of the few that I would give an absolute 10 out of 10 to!

I had a cheese omelette with homemade chips, hot chocolate with whipped cream and the chocolate sundae. (That's the diet shot to pieces then). My sister had a rather large gluten free cheeseburger, homemade chips and a slice of raspberry and ginger cheesecake (SOOO good!). My hubbie had a bacon cheeseburger with homemade chips and the warm chocolate brownie with ice cream.

The prices were very reasonable, service was great (very friendly, quick and everything was piping hot). The portions were also very good and I was particularly impressed that my side salad was served with gluten free croutons!! There's something you don't expect.

Frankly, it was a brilliant dining experience and I thoroughly recommend that anyone who gets the chance gives it a go. ALL of the desserts are gf and they make their ice cream on the premises, which I particularly like. Eggs and meat are locally sourced and the chef really is extremely good.
Recommended By: Vikki On: 2010-11-15

Midland Hotel
Morecambe, Lancashire View On Map
I stayed here on business and as I am coeliac, I have to be careful not to eat gluten, to my absolute delight they do a whole menu for gluten free. This rarely happens and I would like to applaud them for it. The whole stay was excellent, rooms are very warm but you are provided with a fan in each room. Overall I would recommend anyone to stay here.
Recommended By: Souherner On: 2010-11-08

Old Manor Hotel
Bradford-upon-Avon, Wiltshire View On Map
From arrival to departure this stay was faultless. The service was excellent from all staff with some being exceptional. The food was prepared very well from first class ingredients by considerate chefs, catering very well to a coeliac diet. Just make sure you let the hotel know when booking about being gluten free.

The sleeping experience was one of the best we have experienced. Our 4 night stay flew by all too quickly. I am not sure how the star ratings are worked out , however, for the criteria that matter the Old Manor is 5 star as far as we are concerned.

We were asked for suggestions to improve the experience of a stay at the manor and were unable to add anything. Good location for Bath, Bristol, Stonhenge and would recommend a walk to and around Bradford on Avon.
Recommended By: cjjk On: 2010-11-07

Mr JDs New Titanic Restaurant
East Belfast, Belfast View On Map
This honest-to-goodness chippy, near East Belfast's shipyard and Titanic mural, has embraced the maritime theme with old photos, newspaper cuttings, Titanic models and other memorabilia. Maritime souvenirs including prints, t-shirts and postcards are also available to buy with profits going to the Nomadic Preservation Society. Seating for 60, a gluten free range and five-star ratings confirm its status and popularity amongst those in the know. Their Gluten free chips, fish and chicken nuggets are a big favorite with the young and not so young gluten free folk.
Recommended By: havekidswilltravel00 On: 2010-11-05

Adelphi Portrush
Portrush, Country Antrim View On Map
The Adelphi proved to well worth a visit on our trip to Northern Ireland's North Coast.

My daughter, Sarah has to follow a Gluten free diet and the Adelphi's special Gluten Free (GF) menu was a delight for her. She described the GF chicken goujons as the best she had ever had. The Chef even came out and had a chat with us about what he could offer. She was even more surprised when on paying the bill to receive some complimentary GF pancakes. The service received was second to none.

We only be up around the North coast once or twice a year but will definitely make a point of calling at the Adelphi when we do.
Recommended By: havekidswilltravel00 On: 2010-11-04

The Black Pearl
Hastings, East Sussex View On Map
On Friday, we had a great meal at The Black Pearl Restaurant in Hastings Old Town. They were able to cater for Gluten and Wheat Free diets and I had a great starter of Scallops and Duck Breast with an Orange Sauce, followed by the Whole Plaice and New Potatoes.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2010-11-03

Blyth, Northumberland View On Map
Just back from a weekend in Newcastle we visited a traditional indian restraunt in Blyth called Deedar that had been recommended to us.

I had a cocktail tikka masalla which was a mix of loads of different meats include Shish and Kofta which I'd assume in normal restraunts are not GF but was told that all their currys are gluten free. Meal was brilliant and not any side effects not even from the cream which i assume was in the curry.
Recommended By: James On: 2010-11-01

, Chain View On Map
One of our favourite places to go out for a quick meal is Nando's as it is almost all gluten free and now you can find them on almost every high street in the UK. The number of restaurants seems to have grown exponentially since I first tried it a few years ago and has spread out into a range of products at the shaops as well. There are only a handful of items on the menu that aren't gluten free but you can still have a delicious meal at a very reasonable price.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-10-31

South Lodge Hotel
Horsham, East Sussex View On Map
We have just returned from a lovely weekend, celebrating our anniversary at the South Lodge Hotel near Horsham in East Sussex. I had booked the hotel through laterooms.com and although I had mentioned that we were Coeliac in the booking form, I did email the hotel direct to ensure that the message had been received. They had and replied immediatley confirming that they would be able to cater (always a positive sign).

Breakfast was served in the hotel and we were pleased to find that at the briefest mention of gluten free, the staff were on top of it, fetching gluten free toast and ensuring that our full English didn't contain any items that contained gluten. There was a full buffet selection alongside the cooked food and we were able to get a good fill.

In the evening we dined at the Camellia, one of two top restaurants within the hotel. Again the serving staff were clued up on what contained gluten and were able to guide us through the menu, helping to select some delicious meals.

Overall, we really enjoyed our stay at the South Lodge Hotel. It was quite expensive compared to where we would usually stay but was worth it given the occasion and the service received. It was a shame that we could not stay longer as we did also note that on the afternoon tea menu they explicitly mention serving gluten free cakes as well.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-10-31

Ravenstone Hotel
Bassenthwiate, Keswick, Lake District (Cumbria) View On Map
We came to this hotel after seeing it advertised in the Coeliac UK magazine. I was not disappointed: gluten free bread, rolls, crackers, cake, deserts and sausages were all provided. It was fantastic to be able to eat without worry and to even have a choice of desert. The welcome was wonderful nothing was too much trouble, a very friendly place.
Recommended By: DJB68_10 On: 2010-10-28