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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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Barnacles
Llandudno, Conwy View On Map
We went to Barnacles in Llandudno on two occasions last week as they do gf fish and chips,they have other gf things too on the menu, pies sausage the lot, we ate in, the staff were all clued up even bringing Bill the gf vinegar, if all eating houses were all so easy being a coeliac would be so much easier to live with. It was lovely seeing Bill enjoying fish and chips. Very easy to find down the main street.
Recommended By: Julie (Bills wife) On: 2010-09-12

French Connection
Stourbridge, West Midlands View On Map
If you are looking for a Coeliac friendly place to eat in the West Midlands then the French Connection is a good place to go for a quick lunch, or a full meal. They are fully up to speed with our needs and will make as much of the menu as is reasonably possible suitable. Today I had a lovely chicken with garlic mushrooms with salad and a gluten free roll (I was given the choice of bread or a roll).
Recommended By: @Kate_Millin On: 2010-09-11


The Alasia
Weston Super Mare, Somerset View On Map
Went to the Alasia Restaurant, in West Street, Grove Village, opposite the Playhouse Theatre. The lovely friendly owner Michaela is a coeliac and it was great to be able to choose anything from the menu. Everything is gluten free.

Had a lovely meal of battered fish and chips with homemade tartare sauce and minty mushy peas - the batter was so light. Followed this with chocolate nemesis - a very rich dark chocolate baked cheesecake.

Didn't need any more all day. Would love to go there again some time when in the area.
Recommended By: Sue (sunny Cornwall) On: 2010-09-11


The Little Cupcake Cafe
City Centre, Belfast View On Map
The Little Cupcake Cafe is "Belfast's first cupcake cafe" and it is in the style of the growing, ever popular American style cupcake cafe. They sell a wide variety of cupcake flavors as well as cupcake towers, giant cupcakes, cake toppers, and a few other things. They rotate one different flavor of gluten free cupcakes every day, but you can order any kind you want in advance. They also rotate one different vegan cupcake every day. It is located right in the center of the city, right near city hall - very easy to find. However, I was never lucky enough to actually HAVE one. I was staying over a weekend and a bank holiday; businesses had strange hours and I couldn't make it in to get a cupcake because I had lectures all day. From what I hear though, they are good; plus they are centrally located and affordable.
Recommended By: @GF20Something / glutenfreetwentysomething.com On: 2010-09-09


Hotel de France
St Helier, Jersey View On Map
Just back from a break in Jersey, we stayed at the Hotel de France in St Helier. I told them I was coeliac on booking and they asked me to email a week before arrival to let them know what I needed them to buy in. I sent them an email to say I'd need bread for toast and sausages if the breakfast was full english. I also added a bit about cross contamination, etc. On the first morning the head waitress told me they had bought in a new toaster, and the chef was putting together a cooked breakfast for me so nothing was contaminated from the buffet. It consisted of sausages, bacon, scrambled eggs, mushrooms and tomatoes. This was brought out every morning with my gf toast without having to remind them. On the last morning they were full of apologies, they had been buying the sausages in fresh every morning and were unable to get some as it was Sunday.

We ate at the hotel one of the evenings, they had no problem putting together a gluten free dinner for me, even though nothing was marked on the menu.
Recommended By: Gill B On: 2010-09-01


Cotto
Waterloo, London View On Map
I would particularly mention Cotto, a pizza and pasta restaurant in London. The owner is a coeliac and several members of his family also work in the restaurant - including one of his sons who is the chef - so everyone is very aware of the needs of coeliacs. The restaurant has a separate kitchen for the preparation of gluten-free food and just about every item on the menu is or can be gluten-free. It is the only restaurant in London where I feel completely confident in eating a meal. The easiest way to find Cotto's is to take the Bakerloo line to Lambeth North station. When you come out of the station you can see the restaurant on the other side of the road. Cotto's is near the Imperial War Museum, the London Eye, Waterloo main line and tube station and St Thomas' hospital.
Recommended By: ColinD On: 2010-08-30


The Skiddaw
Keswick, Lake District (Cumbria) View On Map
I did not stay in this hotel, but did eat an evening meal 3 nights on the trot without any problems.

They have a very good understanding of gluten free. I would highly recommend it.
Recommended By: twdrewery On: 2010-08-29


Cottage Lodge
Brockenhurst (New Forest), Hampshire View On Map
My boyfriend thought that Mary Poppins had opened a B+B, such was our welcome at this charming cottage. We were informed that gluten-free muesli, gluten-free sausages and gluten-free bread were all available at breakfast and she even had a dedicated gluten-free toaster! The fear of being accidentally poisoned vanished and so did my aches and pains after a wonderful soak in the corner bath. I can highly recommend this place and will certainly be returning.
Recommended By: BubbleS99909 On: 2010-08-28


Leonards Field House
Keswick, Lake District (Cumbria) View On Map
Having booked this guest house because they specialises in providing wheat free and Gluten free food I was not disappointed, in fact I was very impressed. Neil and Theresa were the perfect hosts noting was too much trouble for them. The Room was very clean with a large on suit shower room.

Fresh towels were provided every day. Breakfast was just brilliant. The reason I booked here was I'm a very sensitive coeliac, with Theresa being a coeliac herself they both have a very good understanding. There was a very good choice of breakfast cereal for coeliac's and non coeliac's and the great British breakfast was just superb with gluten free sausage.

In the kitchen there is a separate area for producing gluten free wheat free food. One other service they offered was a packed lunch which I had during my stay, must say it was excellent value for money, and total piece of mind when going out for the day.

There is no question we will definitely be going back this year, to what I would call a coeliac paradise.
Recommended By: twdrewery On: 2010-08-27


Old Town Restaurant
Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire View On Map
We chose this restaurant after finding it on a coeliac friendly website and were not disappointed. We hadn't booked and they were quite busy but gave us a table (telling us we may have to wait a wee bit longer than normal) My husband asked what was gluten free, was given a menu and also had all the specials explained.

The food was delicious when it arrived and we didn't have to wait too long at all. The portions were good - local produce was used - and presentation was lovely. 2 of us had 2 courses, one just 1, then lovely coffees to finish. The staff were very friendly and helpful and our 12 year old felt very welcome.

The surroundings are cosy - low ceilings and lots of nooks and crannies, doors and corners.
Recommended By: LadyPHighlands On: 2010-08-27


Quayside
Whitby, North Yorkshire View On Map
After reading a previous review we took our mother-in-law here specially for the Gluten-free fish as it's been years since she had any, having never enjoyed or been successful in making her own batter from gluten-free flour. It was a resounding success. We now take her to Quayside on each visit to Whitby just for the fish alone! There's no need to book specially for gluten free fish; you can just walk in and order it at the table like any normal customer. Out of season though, we have to remember that the restaurant closes after lunch and doesn't open again till 5:00.
Recommended By: jaybil On: 2010-08-26


Atlantic Fast Food
Coatbridge, Glasgow View On Map
Winner of UK Chip shop of the Year 2010, this excellent takeaway runs a gluten free menu once a month. If this coincides with your trip, it is worth getting there to try one of the UK's favourite foods, fish and chips. Check website for exact dates and times. Please note some items are very popular and can sell out so phone in your order on your way to be sure of getting your fast food fix!
Recommended By: Cath_GF On: 2010-08-24


Sammy Jo's Pizza
Devizes, Wiltshire View On Map
Its a takeaway but they make their own gluten free dough in house and you can have any pizza off the menu in any size fresh for you - they are the best pizzas I have eaten since being diagnosed by a long way (I can get them delivered to the door!!!) They do gluten free kebabs too if thats your thing.
Recommended By: Coeliac Mum, Daughter & Me On: 2010-08-24


The Mousetrap
Dorchster, Dorset View On Map
They are licensed and there is a public car park a short walk from there. They can also offer vegetarian GF by request, best to book first. I have been going there for many years, always good, they are very aware of gluten free diet.
Recommended By: Lyn G On: 2010-08-24


The Bistro
Little Brittox Devizes, Wiltshire View On Map
Food is lovely and all cooked in house by 'a chef who has been on the telly' who is very friendly and goes out of his way for gluten free. I have eaten there several times including a christmas lunch with work and get my own bread, stuffing, desert - all lovely.
Recommended By: Coeliac Mum, Daughter & Me On: 2010-08-24


Dakhin
Merchant City, Glasgow View On Map
This Indian restaurant specialises in authentic South Indian cuisine. Almost everything on the menu is gluten free, including a whole variety of rice breads. Staff are very helpful, and will help you pick dishes that go well together. If you go with a group, it is great to pick a whole variety of dishes and selection of breads you can all share.
Recommended By: Cath_GF On: 2010-08-24


Mamma's Pizza
Nr Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh View On Map
Situated near to the Royal Mile on Edinburgh's grassmarket, this restaurant always has great Gluten Free pizzas on the menu. In fact, it makes a change to be able to order from a menu which marks which items are not gluten free instead of the other way round! Gluten free beer and deserts also available.
Recommended By: Cath_GF On: 2010-08-24


Jaspers Tea Rooms
Llandaff, Cardiff View On Map
A cafe with nooks, crannies, low beams, a courtyard garden and window seats - so yes, that's character aplenty. The atmosphere is very fitting considering the cafe's location nestled in Llandaff High Street, just a stone's throw from the village's famous cathedral - and close to the setting for many a 'Doctor Who' scene! Gluten free diners can opt for the savoury choice of jacket potatoes with a range of fillings, but the highlight is definitely dessert with a changing choice of freshly baked gluten free cakes, some of which are also nut free for the double ingredient dodgers like me! My favourites to date have been the gooey mint chocolate chip brownie and the zingy lime and courgette cake. Order with a pot of tea, take along a book, and you're all set for a peaceful sweet-fuelled afternoon.

6-8 High Street, Llandaff, Cardiff, CF5 2DZ

Telephone: 029 2056 6602 / enquiries@jasperstearooms.com
Recommended By: Lisa Derrick / lisaderrick.blogspot.com / @lisajderrick On: 2010-08-23


The Pot Cafe
Roath, Cardiff View On Map
The food, drink, and decor of this quirky licensed cafe are influenced by a combination of 1950's Americana and French cafe culture, resulting in an assorted ambience of faded glamour and cosy kitchen dining. Your treats will be served up using a mish mash of lovely multi coloured china, and as you wait there's wall art to peruse, a great soundtrack of alternative music to listen to, and free wi-fi available for customers. With this kind of encouragement you may find yourself visiting for a few hours to sample several of the delights on offer, something which is indeed suggested on the cafe's website with an invite to bring studies or work along. The staff are very accommodating and friendly, providing me with extra smoked salmon instead of a toast accompaniment to scrambled eggs, thus making my breakfast gluten free, and I overheard lots of menu adjustments being readily provided by 'The Pot' for other customers. Popular for a wide range of breakfasts, the cafe also serves many lunch options, milkshakes, stacks of hot drink choices and gluten free cakes. The menu option of a gluten free eclair has to be both applauded and indulged in!

38 Crwys Road, Cardiff, CF24 4NR

Telephone: 02920 251246 | email. info@thepotcafe.co.uk
Recommended By: Lisa Derrick / lisaderrick.blogspot.com / @lisajderrick On: 2010-08-23


Brewers Fayre
, Chain View On Map
Brewers Fayre is probably the chain that we visit the most. This is driven by the location of one very close to our home more than the range of gluten free meals available. They do still have a range of items suitable to the GF diner and their menu is available online.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-08-21


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