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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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Carrick Lodge
Ayr, Ayrshire View On Map
This restaurant and hotel has a great gluten free menu. I dined there twice and had a brilliant meals - including a three-course meal on my second visit. The chicken and duck liver pate as a starter was delicious and the Fish Pie was very tasty indeed, and a big portion. A nice touch was being brought a gluten free roll when you asked for the GF menu. Very knowledgeable staff. I would definitely dine there again.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-08-21

The Fairway Fish Bar
Banbury, Oxfordshire View On Map
Every Monday from 1700 gluten free. Fish, sausages, chips in fact almost everything! Great staff too!
Recommended By: Ian O'Connell On: 2014-07-30


2 Oxford Place
Leeds, West Yorkshire View On Map
Fantastic 100% gluten free restaurant/cafe. Beautiful food, staff and design. A definite "must visit" for anyone in the area.
Recommended By: jackie woodhead On: 2014-07-30


Barons Fish And Chips Costessey
Norwich, Norfolk View On Map
gluten free fish and chips served first Monday of every month. closed bank holidays so if falls on that day it is rolled to the Tuesday. very friendly and helpful staff.
Recommended By: Lynne Baxter On: 2014-07-30


Fintry Bay Tearooms
Isle of Cumbrae, North Ayrshire View On Map
I have heard they have gluten and wheat free options and have some regular customers who are Coeliacs.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-07-30


The Cobb Arms
Lyme Regis, Dorset View On Map
As a Coeliac there is a degree of anxiety when choosing a place to eat out, especially when on holiday. Imagine the relief to see a welcoming pub, with a gluten free menu prominently displayed outside and staff that understand the needs of a Coeliac, even to the point of offering gluten free vinegar to go on the fish in gluten free batter and chips. Funnily enough I had always assumed malt vinegars were gluten free (the Ceoliac Society give them their stamp of approval) but Sarsons Vinegar, which I had never checked before is marked gluten containing. The Cobb Arms even has a gluten free desert menu, the first I have ever seen. We also asked the question if they stocked gluten free beer, to which the answer was no but they did say they had heard Corona extra was such a beer but weren't completely sure about this. However I found this from Wikipedia; “Gluten quantities[edit] Some proponents of gluten-free diets for general health or specific conditions, such as celiac disease and SIBOS (small intestine bacterial overgrowth syndrome), advise beer consumers to drink Corona Extra beer. Although it is true that this beer generally contains less gluten than other brands of beer, it is made with malted barley which contains gluten. Therefore, Corona Extra should not be considered a completely gluten-free beer. The food is great quality, with a good choice of pub type food and a real find! So when in Dorset do go to Lyme Regis and treat yourself but stick to cider!
Recommended By: Steve Marriott On: 2014-07-30


Brasserie Blanc
, Chain View On Map
We visited Brasserie Blanc in St Albans for a friend's birthday meal early on a Saturday evening and I was very pleased with the extensive gluten free menu. I hadn't had a look in advance, but knew they offered gluten free choices. I was pleasantly surprised with the separate gluten free/dairy free menu provided. I had plenty of options to pick from, but the dish that leapt out at me was the Steak Tartare! A real treat and something I'd only eaten once before on a trip to Las Vegas. I chose to have the Steak Tartare as a starter (it's also available in a larger portion as a main), followed by the Spiced Breast of Barbary Duck that was served with Dauphinoise potatoes (in a nice rectangular prism stack) and a seasonal plum compote. Upon entering the restaurant I had requested the gluten free menu and when I ordered I stated that I had coeliac disease so the food had to be gluten free. Both my starter and main were served without any problems. However, when my dessert "the Strawberry Fool" was served I noticed it had what appeared to be an icing dusted biscuit across the top. I asked the waitress if it was gluten free and she wasn't sure, so took it away to the kitchen to double-check. She brought back the dessert, minus the biscuit, and said that it was a gluten containing biscuit that had been placed on top. I asked if the dessert was the same one but just with the biscuit taken off and she said it was. I explained that I couldn't eat it as it had been cross-contaminated. She said she would get me a fresh one, but at that point I was disappointed and cancelled my dessert order. Which was a shame. A short while later, the waitress who had taken the order and had served most of the meal came to the table with what was clearly a different Strawberry Fool and apologised for the error and said she had checked and this one was gluten free. That was nice. I'm glad I had the Fool as it was a refreshing dessert to finish the meal. My non-gluten free dining partners really liked their food too, and when I compared menus many of the normal dishes could be adapted to make them gluten free which allows for a lot of choice for coeliacs and others on a gluten free diet and good reason to return. We agreed we'd visit again as the food and service was good - apart from the slip-up with the dessert. We ordered from the A La Carte menu, but I also noticed there were gluten free choices on the great value Set Menu available at lunch or dinner with 'lunch' running from 12 noon until 7pm Monday to Saturday and either two or three courses available, with a complimentary glass of wine with the set menu in summer 2014!
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-07-30


Pizza Express
, Chain View On Map
I've been a regular here for take away and sit in GF pizza. They have a good range of GF pizza, which is pretty much all of the pizza toppings on the menu with the exception of the Sloppy Giuseppe, which is a pity. The pizza is uncut so as to avoid cross contamination and the box (for take away) comes with a GF sticker to ensure you're picking up the right one. Not much by way of GF desert, except ice cream. I'm not sure if they do GF pasta, but it's worth asking.
Recommended By: Ravinder Gill On: 2014-07-30


Filmore and Union
Wetherby, Yorkshire View On Map
Really good little restaurant - interesting, varied menu, pleasant informal atmosphere, and most of the menu is gf. We've eaten there 3-4 times, and always thoroughly enjoyed our meal.
Recommended By: Mark NW On: 2014-07-12


Star Hotel & Bistro
Twynholm, Dumfries & Galloway View On Map
From the outside, an ordinary village pub - but a top class menu, all gluten free - even the sticky toffee pudding! We stayed overnight in one of the three (very pleasant, modern) rooms and enjoyed a lovely 3-course meal and full cooked breakfast. If we'd had time, we would have stayed longer and sampled the gf afternoon tea with cakes and scones!
Recommended By: Mark NW On: 2014-07-12


Oscar and Bentleys
Canterbury, Kent View On Map
Coeliac paradise. Every single meal and drink and cake is gluten free. No need to worry as the staffand chef fully understand and the whole restaurant is gluten free.
Recommended By: richard Burnell On: 2014-06-28


Hartleys
Dalton in Furness, Cumbria View On Map
Good choice especially puddings, closed Monday.
Recommended By: Geoff Johnson On: 2014-06-28


Yorkies cafe
Skegness, Lincolnshire View On Map
Great little cafe. Staff are very friendly sell gluten free breakfasts 3 to choose from gluten free homemade pies, gluten free burgers, roast dinners, puddings,scones, cake etc well worth visiting
Recommended By: Adele On: 2014-06-28


The Griffin
Danbury, Essex View On Map
Had a nice gluten free meal at The Griffin. For a starter I had the bubble & squeak, followed by the slow roasted dingley dell pork belly. No specific gluten free menu, but the waiting staff checked with the kitchen what was OK.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-06-27


The Alex
Felixstowe, Suffolk View On Map
Had a great gluten free meal at The Alex brasserie in Felixstowe. There is plenty of choice on the gluten free menu and the food was delicious. I had the Roast monkfish, bacon, shallot & wild mushrooms and new potatoes, followed by the Dark chocolate mousse, bitter orange purée and Chantilly cream. We dined in the brasserie (there is a cafe/diner downstairs) and had great sea views from our table. We'll definitely be back.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-06-27


The Crown
Henlow, Bedfordshire View On Map
We had a nice lunch at The Crown. As it was a lovely sunny day we sat in the spacious beer garden. The Chicken Supreme main and Chocolate Brownie I had for dessert were both good and there are is a good range of gluten free options. Unfortunately they had run out of the scallops starter I wanted which was a shame as it sounded great. The service was OK. I would definitely return.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-06-27


Annie's Larder
Margate, Kent View On Map
Annie's Larder can arrange delivery of a variety of gluten free picnic and lunch orders to any of the beaches, or stations in Thanet. In advance of my trip to Margate I'd ordered and paid for the lunches online. I had two lunch orders delivered to me at Strokes Adventure Golf course in Margate where I was competing in the 2014 BMGA British Minigolf Championships. They arrived at 1pm and it was great to be able to eat a proper meal for my lunch, rather than just snacking. On the first day I had a Chicken & Bacon Sub (with freshly baked bread), a bag of Prawn Cocktail crisps and a Chocolate Cupcake. On day two I had a Falafel Sub with a salad, Prawn Cocktail crisps and a Lemon Polenta Cake. For Coeliacs travelling to Thanet I'd definitely recommend they put in a food order with Annie's Larder. Great food and service from a team that have an in-depth knowledge of coeliac disease, the strict gluten free diet and the needs of their customers.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-06-27


The Ambrette
Margate, Kent View On Map
I really enjoy dining at The Ambrette. The staff are knowledgeable about gluten free and coeliac diners don't have to go without. Instead of Naan Bread they serve Dosa Pancakes. On this visit I had the chicken breast marinated in coriander and wild garlic, followed by the slow cooked leg of duck and spiced courgette. The meal is a real treat as diners are given a number of amuse-bouches in-between courses! My favourite this time was the wild nettle soup. Dining there is a great food experience. Well worth a visit for great food.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-06-27


The Manor Bar & Restaurant
Toton, Nottinghamshire View On Map
Looks to have an extensive gluten free menu.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-06-27


The Pearson's Arms
Whitstable, Kent View On Map
The Pearson's Arms does not have a specific gluten free menu, however they are able to adapt meals to make them gluten free if necessary. I've had two good meals there. On the latest occasion I had a Crab Salad starter and a Rob Eye Steak with Dauphinoise Potatoes for a main course. Both were tasty.
Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com On: 2014-06-27


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