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Gluten free restaurants

(12 Posts)
noddyholder Fri 07-Dec-12 19:34:41

I have to take a friend and her son out for dinner next week as she did some singing on dp's album for free. He son is 15 and coeliac and although i am pretty aware on this I am not sure which of the high st chain types are best. I am in Brighton and we have most chains here Any ideas. there will be 7 of us 3 teenagers and one of them as I have said is coeliac. TIA x

Leon does some items gluten-free (and marks them GF on the menu). I don't know about other restaurants.

ilove Fri 07-Dec-12 19:39:14

Nando's is great

bradyismyfavouritewiseman Fri 07-Dec-12 19:39:28

I own a restaurant, but in west Yorkshire. Our whole menu can be adapted to gluten free.

I am sure the coeliac society have a a web page and on it is a list of recommended restaurants.

noddyholder Fri 07-Dec-12 19:42:58

We don't have Leons sadly. Will look at nandos thanks Shame we aren't near you brady!

CMOTDibbler Fri 07-Dec-12 19:44:28

Not sure if it is your sort of thing but Food for Friends is supposed to be v good for gluten free, but of the chains, Ask has GF pizza, Nandos is pretty good on GF, Carluccios has gf stuff, and Wagamamas has a gf menu and a choice of gf dishes.

MrsJourns Fri 07-Dec-12 19:59:25

Zizzi does gluten free pasta, my younger son is very sensitive to gluten and we have never had any problems there. Pizza Hut now do a gluten free pizza, haven't tried it but have heard it is good.

noddyholder Fri 07-Dec-12 20:16:37

I have been to food for friends i love it Wonder about teenagers though but think it would be the 'nicest' for teh adults

ArtigeneAuberchoke Fri 07-Dec-12 20:21:44

We DD is coeliac. We love Terre a Terre, Food for Friends, Carluccios (the best gluten free pasta). Places like Due South are easy as loads of dishes happen not to include gluten. Indian food is also a good option.

freefrommum Fri 07-Dec-12 22:44:57

Lots of the Italian chains offer gluten free including Carluccio's, Bella Italia, Zizzi's, Prezzo and Pizza Hut.

noddyholder Sat 08-Dec-12 09:57:31

Thanks Bella Italia looks hopeful esp as I am paying and teenagers are fussy!

orangeberries Sat 08-Dec-12 19:20:21

TGI Fridays and ASK also do a full gluten free menu.

We've been to both many times - hope it helps!!

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