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Mina-no-ei, Collingwood

Mina-no-ei, Collingwood

Mina-no-ei, Japanese for “everyone’s home” is a funky cafe / restaurant in a big warehouse building in a Collingwood side street. It’s a lovely industrial loft style feel with a homely, simple menu serving breakfast and lunch. The menu changes quite often but there are usually at least a few gluten free options available. A(…)

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Lemon, Middle & Orange, Collingwood

Lemon, Middle & Orange, Collingwood

Ah, Collingwood…where you can walk down an industrial street and stumble upon a funky little restaurant or cafe. One of those hidden little gems is Lemon, Middle & Orange in Rokeby St – quiet on the outside, bustling on the inside. And what a beautiful gem it is. Nice, relaxed seating where you can stay(…)

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Phat Brats, Brunswick

Phat Brats, Brunswick

Where in Melbourne can you get a gluten free hot dog? Phat Brats! This is a funky hot doggery where you can choose between 6 gluten free hot dogs with gluten free bread (albeit for an extra $2). We tried the ‘Lambo’ and ‘Ey hombre’. Phat Brats’ philosophy is all about bringing people back to their childhood,(…)

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Trippy Taco, Fitzroy

Trippy Taco, Fitzroy

Who doesn’t love good Mexican? Trippy Taco is a little bit different to other Mexican in Melbourne – it’s all vegetarian. But really, who needs meat when you have beans, cheese and guacamole?! Located on Gertrude Street, just near the corner of Smith St, Trippy Taco is a casual dine in restaurant that also does(…)

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Pancake Parlour’s Gluten Free Pancakes Review

This is a guest review from Brooke Stewart who was one of our lucky winners of a Pancake Parlour voucher. Thanks Brooke for your review! __________________________________________________ The Pancake Parlour’s gluten free menu was impressively diverse, in that they offer a range of both sweet and savory options. When dining out a lot of places may(…)

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Salsa’s Fresh Mex Grill

Salsa’s Fresh Mex Grill

Yum. Love Mexican. Salsa’s is a Mexican takeaway that has been around for a while now, but has just launched a new menu and now marks what is gluten free. Gluten free options include nachos, tacos, chips and bowls (a deconstructed burrito). They have lots of locations all around Melbourne, generally in shopping centres. Click(…)

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Los Amates, Fitzroy

Los Amates, Fitzroy

Los Amates is a very cute, cosy, Mexican restaurant on Johnston St, Fitzroy. It claims it’s one of the only places in Melbourne that is “authentic Mexican” – having not been to Mexico I can’t verify whether this is correct, but it’s certainly got good food… Another great thing about this place is about 90%(…)

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Sushi Sushi

Sushi Sushi

Sushi Sushi is a chain of sushi cafes around Melbourne (and all around Australia too) that have selected hand rolls and sushi packs that are gluten free. And they have just started stocking gluten free soy sauce – it’s an extra 20c but better than no soy on your sushi! Most of the stores I’ve(…)

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Fox Hotel, Collingwood

Fox Hotel, Collingwood

Fox Hotel is an old style local pub – dark interior, pool tables, slightly musky smell…but has a pretty big food range on offer, not just the typical pub meals. There are a few gluten free options on the menu, and a few meals that can be made GF on request. I tried the salt(…)

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Tre Espresso Bar, Brunswick

Tre Espresso Bar, Brunswick

Tucked just off Sydney Rd is Tre Espresso Bar, a really cute little cafe with lots of casual outdoor seating for those sunny Melbourne days (rare but nice when they happen!). They have a nice breakfast & lunch menu selection, with a good range of gluten free options including GF bread. Good coffee too if(…)

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