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Miss Chu, South Yarra

Miss Chu, South Yarra

If you walk past Miss Chu, on Toorak Rd near the corner of Chapel St, on any night of the week, it will be pretty much bursting with people dining there and waiting in line for take away. It’s founder, Miss Chu (Nga Chu) came to Australia as a refugee and the restaurant walls are(…)

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Mama Papa, Malvern

Mama Papa, Malvern

Mama Papa is a relatively new addition to the Glenferrie Rd, Malvern dining scene…and what a lovely addition it is. With a funky interior, a generous menu selection and very friendly staff, the first impressions are great. Gluten free items are not specifically marked on the menu but most things either are or can be(…)

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Prickly Pear, Malvern

Prickly Pear, Malvern

Prickly Pear in Glenferrie Rd, Malvern is a cute little breakfast / brunch / lunch cafe with a funky, rustic style interior. They have a few gluten free options on their breakfast menu including all types of eggs on gluten free toast. The dish was nice, slightly on the too salty side but I like(…)

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Little India Bistro & Tandoor, South Yarra

Little India Bistro & Tandoor, South Yarra

Indian cuisine is one of those cuisines that is pretty much gluten free all around when you make everything from scratch (except for the bread and a few other things), but it’s quite hard to find restaurants that are actually gluten free…I wonder why? Here is one that has quite a big range of gluten(…)

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Ganache Chocolate, South Yarra & Melbourne CBD

Ganache Chocolate, South Yarra & Melbourne CBD

Being a big chocolate lover, I’m not sure why I’ve never discovered Ganache Chocolate cafes before…my have I been missing out! This chocolate cafe has 2 locations – South Yarra and Melbourne CBD. The South Yarra cafe is on Toorak Rd, just near the corner of Chapel St so a perfect spot for an afternoon(…)

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A Taste for All Seasons, Armadale

A Taste for All Seasons, Armadale

Beverley Sutherland Smith, the author of 27 cookbooks, has opened a cafe named after her first cookbook published in 1975 – A Taste for All Seasons. The cafe is in High St, Armadale, and is a cute, simple little place where you can get classic home cooked food from Beverley herself. A few items on(…)

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Saigon Sally, Windsor

Saigon Sally, Windsor

For this review I really do need to skip straight to the best bit – the dessert! Vietnamese doughnut, salted galangal caramel & toasted coconut sorbet = absolute heaven. This is I have to say one of the best gluten free desserts I’ve had anywhere, ever. I’ve been thinking about it for weeks! It was amazing.(…)

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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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The Resident Cafe, Ashburton

I have found my new favourite cafe – The Resident Cafe in Ashburton. This cute little cafe is located just next to the bike path and across the road from Ashburton train station and has a lovely courtyard out back. The menu is small but has a pretty good range of gluten free options, including(…)

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