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Gluten Free in United Kingdom

Travelling the world is amazing but sometimes it is just as good to travel at home. London, Edinburgh, Cornwall and the Lake District are just a selection of the great places that you can visit. 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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Sweet Little Things
Bath, Somerset View On Map
lovely little cafe serving breakfast lunch and cakes with good gf options
Recommended By: Sian Egbuniwe On: 2020-06-06

The Old Shades
Westminster, London View On Map
Has a decent GF menu including fish and chips
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2020-06-06

Now Now
Livingston, West Lothian View On Map
Discovered this lovely cafe last weekend. It's beautifully decorated, feels like you are sitting outside, albeit you are in the shopping centre. They confirmed their soups are gluten free as well as sandwiches, toasties and rolls. They have a fab selection of homemade gluten free cakes; chocolate fudge, cupcakes, brownies and cheesecake. Would highly recommend, they were very helpful and knowledgeable about what I could and could not eat.
Recommended By: Amie On: 2019-06-01

Williamsons Cafe/Garden Centre
Livingston, West Lothian View On Map
Williamsons was always a favourite place to visit before I learnt of my intolerance to gluten. I called them asking if they had anything to offer that was gluten free, they confirmed their soups are gluten free and they have, bread, rolls, fillings, and cakes that are too, had a fantastic lunch and will def be back.
Recommended By: Amie On: 2019-04-10

Acton's restaurant
City Centre, Belfast View On Map
Fantastic find in the middle of Belfast city. Loads of tasty gluten free options marked on the menu. Book ahead if you'd like to linger over your food, turn up with no reservation and you will have very fast service - although we liked this. Delicious cocktails too!
Recommended By: @SineadFoy On: 2019-02-12

Harlem Cafe
City Centre, Belfast View On Map
We went here for breakfast but they do breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner! It's absolutely beautiful on the inside, very quirky. They have gluten free bread but make sure you check the menu on the website before you go, it says what is gluten free but the in-store menu doesn't. I have poached eggs, bacon and toast and it was perfect. It seemed to be very popular so book ahead or be prepared to wait.
Recommended By: @SineadFoy On: 2019-02-12

Crab & Lobster
Bembridge, Isle of Wight View On Map
Way back when I first met Mr D, the Crab and Lobster used to be the place to be on the Isle of Wight. Perched up high on a cliff on the edge of one of the Isle of Wight's loveliest villages, Bembridge, no trip to the island to see Mr D's parents would be without a visit to the Crab and Lobster. Somewhere in the intervening years, the pub lost its way. So a recent change in landlord with a mini refurb and a serious refresh of the menu has placed it firmly at the top of my list when visiting the Isle of Wight. I've visited both in winter and summer this year and on all occasions enjoyed a fantastic gluten free meal. Note this is not a dedicated gluten free establishment but I believe their approach to food preparation made it safe for me to eat in. On the menu the gluten free options are clearly marked, along with those with which gluten free bread can be served. I thoroughly enjoyed the seafood platter complete with Schar gluten free roll. During a summer visit while we sat outside under parasols in a scorching hot day, I had a wonderful lobster and chips. The lobster (like the crab served in the pub) was caught locally in the bay over which the pub looks. In fact many of the items on the pub menu are locally produced and sourced, helping to support the local economy. On this occasion the chips were safe. Fresh oil had just been put in the fryer and the benefit of dining out with kids is that we usually eat early, this meant the staff knew nothing else gluten containing had been put in the fryer before our order. As always, you must do your own due diligence but this goes to show that if ask, you might be pleasantly surprised. Finally, another visit this year where I had the great British pub classic; ham, egg and chips. Again, I checked and the oil was safe on this occasion.
Recommended By: @GlutenFreeMrsD / glutenfreemrsd.com On: 2019-01-04

Horizon's Restaurant
Kinghorn, Fife View On Map
nice gluten free menu but will check anything on the other menus
Recommended By: Pamela McLean On: 2018-09-22

No1 Cromer
Cromer, Norfolk View On Map
Before we went away for a family weekend to Cromer, we'd come across this fish and chip shop on several Gluten Free forums. An added bonus was it was only a couple of minutes walk from where we were staying. Therefore on the Saturday night our order for Gluten Free cod and chips went in alongside 12 non-GF orders for the rest of the family. It was by far the best GF fish and chips I'd ever had and the feeling was shared by my gluten eating family as well. Well worth a visit!
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2018-09-17

Indigo at One Aldwych
Soho, London View On Map
We had lunch at Indigo at One Aldwych in Covent Garden. Their lunch and dinner menus are entirely gluten and dairy free, and the restaurant has been awarded Coeliac UK Gluten Free accreditation. Keep in mind that this hotel restaurant has a breakfast menu and tea service that are not entirely gluten free, but I asked a lot of questions about their protocols to prevent cross contamination, and felt comfortable dining there. Their complimentary bread was incredibly light, and delicious dipped in the olive oil it was served with.
For lunch, I ordered the beer battered day boat fish with hand cut chips and crushed peas. I loved everything on my plate. The fish was crispy, and not greasy like some fried fish can be, and it was delicious dipped in the vinegar that it came with, or eaten with a bite of peas. I enjoyed the chips with ketchup, but skipped the tartare sauce this dish is usually served with.
We noticed that other tables around us were enjoying the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory tea service, which is not entirely gluten free. For dessert, I asked if I could get scones with clotted cream and jam, which is part of their tea service, and they were willing to accommodate me. The scones were decent, but not great, but their jam and clotted cream were amazing.
My daughters both ordered hand rolled potato gnocchi with rainbow chard, broad beans, and confit lemon. They must have liked them, because they disappeared quickly, and I didn't even get to taste a bite.
Recommended By: @GlutenFreeAdv / alexisgfadventures.com On: 2018-08-23