I have been feeling under the weather for the past two weeks hence, unfortunately, lacking inspiration for today’s Sunday blog post so here’s what I thought I would do. I got to thinking about all the gluten friendly eating establishments that I would like to try and thought I would compile a little list, which would then in turn hopefully get me motivated to get dates in the diary to get my butt to said eateries! So in no particular order:

CAU
From I what I understand Cau is a relatively new chain and if you like meat it seems to be the place to try! In their words, their menu embraces Buenos Aires cuisine, a melting pot of comfort food inspired by Italy and Spain alongside the jewel in Argentina’s crown, its beef. Sounds good right? There are three branches located close to me so it would be rude not to try it! I also know that Tracy from Not a Trace highly rates it! Hopefully, there will be a blog post on Cau very soon.

HONEST BURGERS
I think I must be one of the last coeliac’s to sample an Honest Burger! I guess the name is in the title and I will get myself there pronto! Anybody that can offer a gluten free bun with a burger gets my vote!

BASILICO
You must know by now that I like pizza and have sampled many gluten free offerings! Next on the list is Basilico, a London based wood fired take away/delivery pizza joint. This has been on my list for some time and I am eager to see how their pizzas compare to Prezzo, Pizza Express and Dominos.

PHO
Pho specialises in Vietnamese street food and I have heard a few gluten free peeps mention them.  They have restaurants in London, Leeds and Brighton and are also dairy free friendly too.

THE BREAKFAST CLUB
Again a London based restaurant chain – sorry for those who don’t live in the area! The menu makes me drool and there seems to be plenty of gluten free options. Need to save this bad boy for when I intend to have a mahoosive calorie fest!

Sooo this post has got me very hungry! I hope to be back soon with some blog posts on the above!

Claire x

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