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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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Corner On The Square
Beauly, Inverness View On Map
A popular trip out from Inverness is to Beauly, on the A862. It's a picturesque village with a ruined Valliscaulian priory, and famous for its tailored tweed. I tried lunch at the Corner on the Square, 1 High Street Beauly which does gluten free sandwiches, and more, and also has lots of gluten free fare on sale.
Recommended By: coeliacbuzz.blogspot.co.uk On: 2015-07-25

The Red Brolly
Ballinluig, Perthshire View On Map
I stopped at The Red Brolly in Balinluig, within sight of the A9, where they were only too pleased to cater for me- gluten free fish and chips highly recommended. Phone ahead to check opening times if you are looking for lunch outwith peak season. Gluten free choices marked on the menu- hurrah!
Recommended By: coeliacbuzz.blogspot.co.uk On: 2015-07-25

The Raeburn
Stockbridge, Edinburgh View On Map
Today I had another successful gluten free lunch out, enjoying Sunday lunch with relatives at the Raeburn in Stockbridge. The menu can provide for gluten free carnivores, vegetarians and sweet lovers, sometimes with a little adjustment. The staff know how to cater for gluten free people, and will go through the menu with you. We thought the food was excellent!
Recommended By: coeliacbuzz.blogspot.co.uk On: 2015-07-25

Cafe Wander
West George Street, Glasgow View On Map
Walking up West George Street in the city centre I came across another lovely eating place at Cafe Wander, pretty full, and advertising gluten free soup on the board outside, so I popped in for a light lunch. They had a choice of soups, gluten free bread, and also a suitable range of filled baked potatoes. Definitely one to mark on my "go back soon" list . It is a short walk from all the city centre transport hubs, and although not on a main shopping street, is close to Buchanan Street and Sauchiehall Street. It was obviously popular also with local business people. The staff are cheerful and attentive, and make use of top quality food on their menu.
Recommended By: coeliacbuzz.blogspot.co.uk On: 2015-07-25

The Ship Inn
Downham Market, Norfolk View On Map
The Ship Inn has become a haven for me and other local Coeliacs in the last 3 years as it specialises in offering a full restaurant menu, including Daily Specials which are all home cooked on the premises but are made with non-gluten containing ingrediants.(Only bread products are not naturally GF but alternatives are offered) So from sandwiches, through meat pies, battered fish and chips to the excellant main courses of Venison, Lamb or fish are all available to everyone. The food is always excellant with a wide choice to suit all tastes and budgets with daily opening from 12noon - 3pm and 6pm - 9pm weekdays and Noon till kitchen closure at weekends and Bank Hilodays. Last night I had a beautiful cooked fresh Haddock and chips having seen thhe fishmonger delivering his catch as I arrived, earlier in the week the Steak & Kidney pie was awesome. Recently the Mushroom Lasagne and the Rabbit Special were both meals to remember and the sides orders or Bar Snacks of Battered Onion Rings and Garlic bread to die for!! All washed down with Gluten Free Beer - sometimes on hand pump!!!!!
Recommended By: Keith Thomas On: 2015-06-11

Yorkies Cafe
Skegness, Lincolnshire View On Map
Yorkies Cafe in Skegness has a good range of gluten free meals. The food and service is brilliant. The staff answered my questions about preparation and cooking of the gluten free food with confidence. I dined there twice on my trip to Skegness. Having a Burger and Chips the first time, and a Sunday Roast Dinner on the second visit.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2015-06-11

The Three Craws
Jordanhill, Glasgow View On Map
Provided Allergen List right away. Adapted dish to suit my needs. Staff friendly., would come back again.
Recommended By: Joyce Greenaway On: 2015-06-10

The Jones Family Project
Shoreditch, London View On Map
The Jones Family have a fantastic gluten free offering, with a separate menu for gluten free diners to choose from. The team are very friendly and happy to offer advice or answer any questions on the ingredients (I love the steaks here with a cheeky cocktail or two!)
Recommended By: @glutenfree_chic On: 2015-06-10

The Royal Oak, Hawkeridge
Westbury, Wiltshire View On Map
This pub may be a little off the beaten track but for Coeliacs or others of a gluten-free persuasion it is well worth finding. The range of gluten-free dishes on the menu was amazing and well-marked - such a change to be so spoilt for choice ! They offer both a larger and smaller plate to suit your appetite and/or pocket. I had the cottage pie which was made from scratch and delicious. So good that having eaten there on the Friday we returned on the Sunday for the gluten-free roast. Must return to try the gf onion rings and pudding which I was too full to try
Recommended By: Jacky Searle On: 2015-06-10

Ashby De La Zouch, Leicestershire View On Map
Fab! I had gf pasta bolognese. They do gf pizza's too which I will try next time. Even gave me gf bread while I was waiting. All dishes that are gf are clearly marked on the menu, all posts and pizza dishes can be made gf.
Recommended By: Pam On: 2015-05-08

Muriel's Kitchen
Leicester Square, London View On Map
Muriel's is a nice bar restaurant on Leicester square with many meals gluten free. very good!
Recommended By: pinko On: 2015-05-08

The Old Royal Oak
Knaresborough, Yorkshire View On Map
I stayed at The Old Royal Oak pub in Knaresborough and was able to have a gluten free breakfast. There was gluten free cereal available and the waitress and cook both made sure that what they could offer was gluten free. I asked questions about how the GF bread would be toasted and was told it would be grilled on a clean tray to avoid cross contamination. I chose a fairly simple breakfast of poached eggs on toast, but it was a nice start to the day.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2015-05-08

Handmade Burger Co
, Chain View On Map
Now has a separate gluten free menu. They also provide a good gluten free bun which doesn't fall apart as you eat. Chips are fried separately and also they have gluten free beer.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2015-05-08

Duddingston, Edinburgh View On Map
The only thing that is gluten free on the menu is fish and chips. If you have a normal appetite then just order the half fish, but if you're hungry then go for a full supper. It takes around ten minutes to get, but that's because it's freshly cooked. Best of all there's no premium added to the price. Yum yum!! Baba-rara-cucu-dada!!
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2015-04-23

The Doric Tavern
Old Town, Edinburgh View On Map
Most of the menu is advertised as gluten free, although unfortunately the chips are cooked in oil with other items, so are cross contaminated, but they will serve boiled or mashed potatoes. They have gluten free beers and Thistly Cross cider too. Great location in the centre of Edinburgh too. Book a table at busy times!!
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2015-04-23

The Black Swan
Pickering, Yorkshire View On Map
Spoke to John the chef before ordering. He explained his ingredients and methods to avoid cross contamination which reassured me that I would be safe to eat there . We had a lovely meal, and they even had a gluten free sorghum beer.
Recommended By: PAM WISNER On: 2015-04-23

Margate, Kent View On Map
This passionate chef patron (female) caters for gluten and dairy free diets. No need to call ahead,but if you do they put themselves out to help. This restaurant is situated on the harbour wall at Margate, just a few hundred yards away from the fabulous Turner gallery. Worth a trip in its own right. Friendly staff, superb locally sourced ingredients, main dishes cost between £10-15 for big portions! Cannot recommend I too highly.
Recommended By: Catherine Barber On: 2015-03-01

Black Tiles Restaurant & Bar
Martlesham, Suffolk View On Map
Last weekend we booked a table for a lunch at the Black Tiles Restaurant & Bar in Woodbridge and looked forward to giving the food a try. There's a lot to choose from on the gluten free menu. I decided to go for one of my favourites, the Slow roast pork belly, bubble & squeak, apple sauce and crackling. I noticed chips were also on the gluten free menu, and ever vigilant of potential cross-contamination risks, asked how they were cooked. Without hesitation the waitress let me know that they were cooked in a separate fryer to avoid cross-contamination. I ordered a portion as a treat as it's not often I get to eat chips in restaurants. I also decided to have an Eton Mess for dessert. The food and service was very good and the pub was nice. We'd return for another meal.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2015-03-01

Jack in the Green
Rockbeare, Devon View On Map
I'm lucky to have been here many times and they never fail to please and the food is absolutely fantastic. I've always booked in advance and they have always been happy to accommodatee special dietary needs. Can't comment on what would happen if you just arrive but given their consummate professionalism I have no doubt whatsoever that you would receive delicious freshly cooked food suitable for your needs.
Recommended By: Jane French On: 2015-03-01

Palmerston Cafe
Dumfries, Dumfries and Galloway View On Map
Freshly made gluten free fish and chips every Wednesday. Simply the best
Recommended By: Peter On: 2015-01-15