Unfortunately for anyone with Coeliac Disease, finding somewhere to eat out can be hard yakka. But thanks to the “gluten free craze” there is a lot more awareness and many more options, some good and some not so good, so I’ve put together a list of restaurants that I have personally eaten at (yes I have Celiacs) and have not had to spend the next 3 days in bed. As a rule, if you do suffer from Celiacs, other auto-immune diseases or intolerance’s that require your diet to be Gluten Free, make sure to mentions this to your server to ensure your food is handled correctly. Please feel free to add in your own restaurants and cafes that you have safely eaten at in the comments section below.
The Burrito Bar – Southport & Benowa
The Burrito Bar has plenty of options including ALL nachos, Ribs, buffalo wings and more.
Sage Cafe Restaurant and Pizzeria – Broadbeach
Sage has plenty of meal options that are gluten free or can be altered to be gluten free.
Alto Cucina & Bar- Broadbeach
These guys have a GF base option for pizzas and it’s a pretty decent pizza all round. Plus much more on their menu.
The Wacky Whisk – Broadbeach
More gluten free options available including breakfast, cakes and slices. They can even bake you a specialty gluten free cake to order.
Goodies Cafe & Catering – Harvey Norman Centre Bundall
Gluten free bread and wraps are among the many options for gluten free including breakfast lunch and afternoon tea.
Marzi’s Cafe Apfelstrudel – Coombabah
Traditional Austrian cuisine with gluten free bread, rolls pizza and even gluten free pasta. A full range of traditional sausage such as bratwurst. You should be in luck if you feel like a sneaky dessert after your meal.
Sayang Malaysian – Paradise Point
Sayang boasts a huge menu with all types of Asian cuisine including Thai, Indian and Chinese. All stir-fry and curries and gluten free and about 80% of the menu. Dine in or take-away meals available for lunch and dinner.
Giri Kana Cafe – Southport