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Gluten Free in Ireland

From the rugged West Coast to Dublin in the east, Ireland has a lot to offer for all types of travellers. However, where can you eat Gluten Free when travelling across the country? Find previous recommendations here and do share your own as well.

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Dublin|Connacht|Co. Meath|Cork|County Wexford
Cactus Jack's
Galway, Connacht View On Map
This cosy Mexican restaurant is situated just off Quay Street and provides such a wide range of gluten-free dishes. You can find a 'C' on the menu beside the dishes that are coeliac friendly, some of which include nachos, wings, tacos, burgers and much more. I got the chilli cheese nachos and the pollo de la casa on a gluten-free bun and needless to say I was extremely satisfied. This restaurant fits the bill for both a casual bite to eat or a nice evening out for dinner.
Recommended By: naturallyfuelled.com On: 2018-01-14

Fat Freddy's
Galway, Connacht View On Map
This American styled restaurant is located on Quay Street, which is in my opinion, the best street for restaurants and bars in Galway. During the summer (if it's not raining) you can sit outside and enjoy your meal in a friendly atmosphere. Also, if it's chilly they can provide you with blankets so the cold Irish climate doesn't have to put a damper on your evening! This restaurant serves gluten-free pasta and I would definitely recommend the pasta carbonara.
Recommended By: naturallyfuelled.com On: 2018-01-14


The Kitchen
Galway, Connacht View On Map
On the other side of town, down by Spanish Arch, The Kitchen also offers an amazing lunch menu. Coeliac Friendly options are clearly marked and gluten-free bread is available. This little spot is also vegetarian-friendly and has delicious gluten-free treats up at the till too.
Recommended By: naturallyfuelled.com On: 2018-01-14


Milano
Chain View On Map
If I'm ever in the mood for a pizza in Galway I'd always opt for Milano's. Not only does Milano's offer gluten-free pizza, but also gluten-free dough balls for a starter and a gluten-free chocolate brownie for desert so you can guarantee you'll be leaving satisfied.
Recommended By: naturallyfuelled.com On: 2018-01-14



Cape Greko
Malahide, County Dublin View On Map
A hidden gem in the seaside town of Malahide. It's so easy to walk past Cape Greko and not see it because it's not on he ground floor, but you'd be missing out. The Greek food is delicious and many things on the menu are either gluten free or can be adapted to gluten free - they even keep gluten free pita bread in stock! There are lots of menus - lunch, early bird, a la carte - which even run into the weekend, so cost shouldn't be an issue. Good selection of vegetarian dishes too. We went here on one of the hottest days of the year and the restaurant felt lovely and cool (not cold), like an oasis! Highly recommended
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2017-07-10


Fifty50
Ashbourne, Co. Meath View On Map
My partner and I had dinner in here recently and we were blown away by the fantastic service and delicious food. We arrived at the restaurant on a whim - we hadn't heard of it before. I informed the waiter that I was a coeliac and he went through EVERYTHING with me - the menu, the specials, the variations he could make on different dishes, the reasons he couldn't do certain dishes, how the kitchen was set up. I couldn't have been happier! As a coeliac, eating out can feel like a hassle but our waiter, Dan, was without a doubt the best waiter I've ever had in my life. Once our food actually arrived, the delight continued! Both my gluten-free pasta meal and my partner's normal steak meal were flawless and delicious. We thoroughly enjoyed our meal and couldn't fault it or the service in the slightest. I can't wait for the opportunity to eat here again! The food was priced very reasonably and the atmosphere was buzzing! It was a very cool, modern place (not a hipster place though) and we really enjoyed our visit.
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2016-02-14


La Bucca
Ashbourne, Co. Meath View On Map
Lovely Italian coeliac restaurant. My partner and I had dinner here and it was really lovely. They have a full gluten-free menu so make sure to ask for it on arrival. They provide a selection of pasta, pizza, burgers (without buns) and grilled meat. They also have gluten free beer on the menu. I had GF pizza while my partner had normal pizza. We both thoroughly enjoyed our food. The desserts were amazing - huge portions though, which isn't a bad thing! Although the restaurant was quite busy, we didn't feel under pressure to leave early. Very good value for money and a thoroughly enjoyable meal. Highly recommended.
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2016-02-14


37 Dawson Street
Dublin 2, Dublin View On Map
Went here for Sunday brunch and cocktails with the girls. The decor is lovely, really cosy spot. The food is quite nice, if a little overpriced for what you get. The staff are a bit incompetent (not specifically with gluten free food, just in general) so my advice would be to double check everything. I had to have my food sent back as it came sitting on regular gluten bread. Overall it's a nice spot and I'd recommend it, but with the caveat that you need to keep your wits about you.
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2015-04-23



Kingsley Hotel
Victoria Cross, Cork View On Map
Stayed here recently and was completely blown away. The hotel itself was beyond amazing but the food was so great too. Had chowder in the springboard restaurant and they provided gluten free bread simply based on my asking if the chowder was suitable for coeliacs. The next morning I was treated to a freshly made omelette and gluten free toast. I only wish I had stayed longer to try more meals! Beautiful hotel, super friendly staff and great food!
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2015-01-01


Forchetta Italian Grill
Blanchardstown, Dublin View On Map
This Italian restaurant is located within the Crowned Plaza hotel but is open to non-guests of the hotel too. The staff are extremely well informed about gluten, including cross contamination. I had mussels to start, seafood risotto for my main and pancotta for dessert and it was to die for. I made a pig of myself as I couldn't leave any delicious food behind and I look forward to my next visit to do the same!
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2014-01-18


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