Your Guide to Adelaide’s Gluten Free Friendly Restaurants

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If you have a specific diet then you will understand the pain of looking at a menu and vainly looking for those small gfs next to the options only to find one or two. Well that day is no more for you coeliac and gluten intolerant sufferers, we’ve compiled a list of the most gluten free friendly menus in Adelaide.

There’s a variety of options on these menus so you and your party can all enjoy a wealth of choices and you’re not constricted to one type of cuisine, whether it be Italian, or Vietnamese we’ve got you covered.

La Rambla Tapas Bar

Sharing food has always been a rarity for those eating gluten free since options are always limited which is why La Rambla is our top choice since almost all of their tapas are gluten free. Get a group of friends and buy jugs of their sangrias to go with the sensational Spanish food.

Africola

Africola is hosting a lot of seasonal veggies now, but that also means they’re not dealing in a huge amount of gluten (no pasta here friends). They were also last year’s Restaurant of the Year, so they’re well worth a solid, coeliac try!

Bistro Blackwood

One of Adelaide’s best restaurants has one of the best selections for those of us that are gluten-free. The dishes are playful riffs on bistro classics, while still drawing from the same indigenous ingredients and techniques that they bring to life at sister restaurant Orana.

Golden Boy

Thai food is often naturally gluten free and if you want good Thai then Golden Boy is the place to head to. They’ve also got a host of helpful staff that can navigate you through whats okay for you to eat whether you’re coeliac or just gluten intolerant.

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Ruby Red Flamingo

For a long time, if you couldn’t have gluten then you couldn’t have Italian, even though gluten free pasta is now common, you don’t quite get the amazing quality like you would at Ruby Red Flamingo. There’s a lot of choices and gluten free pasta alternatives only cost an extra $3.

Shobosho

At Shōbōsho they blend smoke, steam, and fire; ancient traditions of Japanese yakitori, with the finesse, skill & texture of all that is raw, cured, pickled and fermented. Best of all Shobosho is gluten-free-friendly!

Cardones Glenelg

This seafood and grill restaurant has a host of gluten free options in its comprehensive menu which makes it extremely friendly to those with strict diets. Their friendly staff will help you with alternatives.

Culshaw’s Restaurant

This Australian inspired menu has a huge gluten free friendly menu from entree to dessert. Situated on the ground floor of the Majestic Roof Garden Hotel and entirely locally sourced produce, they provide a 100% SA based wine list.

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Sushi Planet

This contemporary Japanese restaurant serves extremely fresh food, delicious cocktails and lovely service. Bigger benefit? Majority of the menu is gluten free and if not, they can always leave off the gluten or substitute it.

We hope that you’ve now been introduced to a bunch of new restaurants, if we’re missing any that you think should be on the list let us know by shooting us an email at [email protected].

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