Eating out gluten free? Here you’ll find all my gluten free restaurant and cafe reviews, from North Devon to London and beyond. There are also gluten free travel tips, hotel reviews and much, much more.
Somersault Festival was one of my highlights of the year so far, set in the beautiful Castle Hill Estate in Filleigh. Here’s how I got on with a gluten free diet – including a Jamie Oliver feast, mouth-watering pulled pork and the best gluten free chocolate brownies ever!
The glitz, the glam and the excitment – oh, and the fruit salad… Sick of being lumbered with this age-old bore of puddings at catered events? Read on….
A hidden gem for gluten free cakes – huge portions, an amazing choice and such a cool vibe. This is must visit for those visiting Westward Ho! in North Devon.
Kicking off the holiday in luxury with a night at Redhill Hotel near Bristol Airport – complete with a full gluten free dinner and breakfast!
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…
A weekend filled with gluten free delights – including amazing tiffin bites, a new flavour of crisps to explore and an epic fry up at Boston Tea Party in Barnstaple…
When new Barnstaple fish and chip shop Starfish announced they would be offering a gluten free night on a Tuesday, I was the first in the queue to see what was on the menu!
I’ve trawled the list of Christmassy Costa Coffees (and updated this for 2016) so you don’t have to, to let you know which of these festive treats are gluten free!
Everyone has a favourite hang out for the weekend, and mine is Boston Tea Party. With gluten free cakes, breakfast and lunch options, what more could a coeliac want? Plus they make a mean latte….
I decided to ‘go naked’ at the Gourmet Burger Kitchen in Bristol and test out their gluten free burgers.
If you’re after food on the go which is clearly labelled gluten free and is a relatively healthy, then Leon is a great option.
It’s been a bit of a roller coaster this weekend – from super healthy protein pancakes to the biggest, sickliest hot chocolates you could ever dream of!
A suprise discovery of a pop-up Caribbean Kitchen led to a sunshine-filled, gluten free meal and big smiles all round.
With beautiful views over the estuary, delicious bread rolls, generous portions and even home made macaroons, this is one of the most coeliac-friendly places I’ve found close to home.
I searched high and low to find this place, and it was definitely worth it for their gluten free pizzas!
I enjoyed a gluten free meal at the Boathouse in Instow, North Devon for my friend’s birthday – here’s what I tried from their extensive and varied menu.
A town centre cafe offering gluten free ‘paninis’…even if they do look suspiciously like a Warburton’s gluten free roll!
The last pizza post for a while I swear! This time I tested Pizza Hut’s gluten free offerings…
The wait is over – it’s finally here! Domino’s gluten free pizza is a tasty treat, but at that price, how did all the ‘normal’ people ever afford it!?