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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.

Click on one of the more popular locations or search for where you want to go or what you want to eat. Alternatively, use our Map to find all Gluten Free locations near you!

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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


BeBeached
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


Queens Drive Fisheries
Ossett, West Yorkshire View On Map
My local fish and chip restaurant does gluten free fish and chips to eat in or to take away every Monday for £1 extra. I tried them and they're superb!
Recommended By: Paula Marshall On: 2015-01-03


Clovelly Inn
Plymouth, Devon View On Map
Fantastic fish & chips. Genuinely interested in your needs and making sure your meal is suitable for your needs. Don't miss it if you are in the area.
Recommended By: J French On: 2015-01-01


Lilicos
Barnstaple, Devon View On Map
The delight of tapas for me is in sharing. I don't like being just confined to one option, so tapas is ideal because it means I can pick and choose between a variety of different dishes. Sometimes tapas can be a logistical nightmare for gluten free-ers, trying to navigate which dishes you can and cannot eat, while ensuring no one on the table misses out on what they want. But Lilicos in Barnstaple not only serves the most delicious tapas I've ever had, it also makes anyone with coeliac disease feel so welcome. It's a beautiful restaurant, with lovely Mediterranean decor and a friendly feel. They also do great live music in the bar area on Thursday evenings! Then on the menu you are greeted very clearly with this: "Please let your server know if you have any allergies or you are intolerant of some foods, coeliac or vegan and we can inform the kitchen. If a dish is vegetarian in description you can be assured that no meat products have been used. " When you tell the waitress you are gluten free, you're bought the special gluten free menu where dishes are clearly marked. It helps that one of the staff members is also coeliac! And there is so much choice - from gluten free pitta bread to go with the fantastic houmous, warm gluten free rolls and a range of tapas dishes which are naturally free from gluten, you'll be spoilt for choice!

Lilicos also do an amazing selection of puddings. Last time I ordered one, they did a gluten free tiramasu which was absolute heaven on a plate! If you live nearby, coeliac or not, you have to try this restaurant. And if you don't, book a holiday to North Devon now!!
Recommended By: @GFBlogger / theglutenfreeblogger.com On: 2014-11-22


Starfish
Barnstaple, Devon View On Map
Starfish, caused a lot of interest when it first appeared on The Square in Barnstaple, North Devon. This was no regular chippy, oh no. With its stylish interior and branding, including quotes from Oscar Wilde brandished across the wall, this was a step up for our sometimes a little backwards town. Starfish was clean and classy, something a little bit fresh, yet offering decent, English grub. And so when one of the sales reps at my paper came rushing down with an advert stating Starfish would be offering gluten free nights on a Tuesday, well I was first in the queue. Braving the rain, I rushed down there and quizzed them on their offerings.

It would seem they have a whole range for both eat in and takeaway - and they keep a fryer separate to ensure that nothing is contaminated.

Being a newbie on the fish and chip scene, I asked what I should go for, and opted in the end for a regular cod and chips - a good starting point - with some mushy peas on the side. I was also told Starfish have sourced gluten free burgers, and will be offering gluten free bread rolls that have been made in the town. Dessert wise, there are two options on the restaurant menu - chocolate Sundae or pineapple fritters, though they are hoping to add another option. It seems they have really thought through what they can offer those with coeliac disease, and I think it's a move which will pay off in a fast-growing market.

After browsing through the menu my meal was ready and I hastily sped through the door, eager to get the wrapping off and see what surprises were in store. It was a pleasing sight - the portions were generous and it had just the right amount of salt. The fish looked golden and crispy, and the chips were that brilliant consistency where they're slightly crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside. The fish itself was beautiful - a delicate flesh with a crispy, crunchy batter. Every bite was satisfying, and I really enjoyed my fish and chip experience.

If you miss fish and chips, you simply must get to Starfish. There is no excuse not to - their range is impressive and their knowledge is brilliant - get down there or miss out!
Recommended By: @GFBlogger / theglutenfreeblogger.com On: 2014-11-22


The Riverbank
Bideford, Devon View On Map
It was Friday evening in a blind panic when I realised my Dad's birthday was just two days away, I was busy in the evening and I hadn't booked any sort of meal. A Sunday lunch seemed the obvious choice and I set about looking for somewhere in Bideford, North Devon. I've always driven past The Riverbank on my way to jobs in Bideford and thought it looked intriguing, but when I came across it on a Google search it seemed a good choice. That and the fact I was sure I had heard before they did gluten free food, so I went ahead and booked.

The bar/bistro itself was lovely - a fresh design inside, with a warm friendly feel and amazing views over the river - I can imagine with the French doors open in the summer months it would be lovely. The Riverbank has recently come under new ownership so I was intrigued to see how it fared. I asked if they could cater for gluten free (possibly a bit late, I realise, when I'm sat in there!) and was met with an enthusiastic yes from the waiter - 'I'll go and get the kitchen to start preparing your gravy,' he said. A very good start. Around the corner the delectable carvery spread stretched before us, in front of an open kitchen. I recognised the new owner, Lee Barker, serving up the impressive joints of meat. There was a choice of beef (a little pink, or well done - there were two joints to choose from), lamb, turkey or ham. Already I was impressed. Lee also explained what I could and couldn't eat. I was impressed to see his knowledge. Too often you are met by chefs who seem to know worryingly little about what actually goes into their meals. But every dish had a separate spoon, and everything was clear. They even bought me out my own cauliflower and broad beans without the white sauce. But most impressive of all was the gravy, Thick, yummy, meaty home-made gravy that was all MINE. Not watered down, crappy stuff. It was divine.

My, my, this carvery was amazing. The meat was tender and juicy, the veg was delicious - special shout out to the honey glazed parsnips (I hate parsnips, but these were so good!). Gluten free or not, I would certainly recommend this to everyone in the area.
Recommended By: @GFBlogger / theglutenfreeblogger.com On: 2014-11-22


The Open Oven Pizza Company
Cornwall Services, Cornwall View On Map
gluten free pizzas from a huge gas fired oven
Recommended By: gregor On: 2014-11-20


YoYo Restaurant & Bar
Shipley, West Yorkshire View On Map
Beautiful Thai,Chinese and Malaysian food.
Recommended By: Jackie woodhead On: 2014-11-18


Domino's Pizza
, Chain View On Map
Domino's Pizza Chain now provides Gluten Free pizza bases with a choice of different toppings to choose from. and opens until 11PM. I really enjoyed my pizza and was not ill afterwards.
Recommended By: lisa On: 2014-11-18


Peter And That's Enough
Loughborough, Leicestershire View On Map
In Ashby Square is the quirky Peter and that's enough pizza restaurant. They do gluten free pizza and calzone on request. Nice thin crust. The toppings were good, you could probably ask for cheese free and not lose anything if you were dairy free too.
Recommended By: Pam On: 2014-11-03


Yamas Meze & Tapas
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire View On Map
Has gluten free option on the menu. Haven't dined there yet.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-10-09


Atlantic Fish Bar
Kingsbury, Staffordshire View On Map
The food and service was great - I had gluten free cod and chips, with my wife having the GF haddock and chips. We also shared some mushy peas and a good sized portion of battered onion rings. The onion rings were delicious and something I haven't eaten in ages! This was our second visit and we'd go back again.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-09-13


Clementines
West Runton, Norfolk View On Map
My aunt and uncle who own a holiday flat in West Runton rave about this cafeé from a non-GF point of view. However, I was really impressed to see how much they stock for those on a Gluten Free diet when looking in their window. Unfortunately it was shut when we were there as the owners were at a family wedding but I will definitely check it out next time we visit the flat.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2014-09-07


The Village Inn
West Runton, Norfolk View On Map
We were staying at my uncle's holiday flat in West Runton and after a nice morning on the beach decided to pop in to the Village Inn which backs on to the flat. We entered expectig the usual pub choice of Gammon or Steak so were pleasantly surpsised to find a good proportion of the menu marked as either GF or GFP (GF Possible on Request). I had a delicious half roast chicken basted in a piri-piri sauce whilst Mrs TGF had a Mariners pie. Both dishes were huge and well worth the money (as were the kids meals which are so far non-GF). We left full and very contented and given the holiday house access, I am sure we will be back again some time soon.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2014-09-07


Crickhowell Resource & Information Centre
Crickhowell, Powys View On Map
The Crickhowell Resource & Information Centre has a small cafe and has gluten free crisps and Honeybuns cakes available.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-09-03


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