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Multiple restaurants throughout Sydney, Australia
Avg. Customer Review (4.7 Palms): 5.0 Palms
Number of Reviews: 3

Review Type: Restaurant
Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia
Dedicated GF: No
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Pizza Chain with gluten free pizza in Australia,

Reviewer: from Melbourne, Vic. Australia - See all reviews by PeacefulHope

4.0 Palms
4.0 Palms
This is a chain of take away pizza restaurants with locations in many places across Australia. They offer a good variety of gluten free pizzas. The prices are a little high compared to a standard pizza shop but the pizzas they offer are all in the gourmet range.

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Coffee and gluten free muffins at bakery throughout New South Wales and all of Australia,

Reviewer: from Melbourne, Vic, Australia - See all reviews by PeacefulHope

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
This is a chain of coffee and muffin shops that is found throughout Australia - mostly in the food courts of shopping malls. Most of them offer a few gluten-free muffins (sweet and/or savoury). If there aren't any other gluten free options in a shopping mall, this shop can be almost always be guaranteed to have something. They also have sandwiches/pies etc for non-coeliacs.

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Sydney, Australia: Eating Gluten Free Down Under,

Reviewer: from Rye Brook, NY - See all reviews by Rachelbegun

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
I had the good fortune of spending two weeks in Australia back in January, and let me tell you…they get eating gluten free down under! The availability of gluten free options and attention to gluten free service is remarkable. They are leaps and bounds ahead of us here in the U.S. So, if you are looking to do foreign travel and want to pick a country with so much to offer, while also feeling safe about what you can eat, Australia is a fine choice. Here are some of my favorite restaurant and cafe finds… SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA D.A.R.E (Delicious and Responsible Eating) – This adorable cafe in the historical Rocks section of Sydney, which is right on the beautiful harbor that you have all seen in pictures, was the place we ate breakfast every day. It was a three-minute walk from our hotel (and many other hotels) and had more gluten-free options than I think I have ever seen. In addition to freshly-made, real ingredient juices and smoothies, they had greek-style yogurt with an array of fruit toppings, a wide and changing variety of gluten free sweet breads and muffins, gluten free coconut pancakes, nut and fruit balls, frittatas and omelets. And while we were never around to have lunch, they had gluten free falafel, pide (a Middle Eastern pizza-like dish) and a ton of fresh salads. Between the dedication to gluten free options and healthful, wholesome fare, I could have eaten here for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. Oh yeah, and my husband loved the coffee. SAKE – also in the Rocks district is this trendy and fun Japanese restaurant that was hopping during happy hour on a Thursday night. I usually avoid Asian and sushi restaurants here in the States, as the wheat-filled soy sauce is everywhere and the sushi rice often contains gluten. When we passed by the restaurant to see if we wanted to eat there, we asked the hostess if she could ask the chef if the sushi rice was gluten free. She happily responded that she would ask right away…and to our surprise he confidently claimed the rice was gluten free. When I went through the gluten free spiel with our waitress (who had moved to Syndey from Cleveland), she pleasantly offered going through the entire menu and sushi list with the chef to see what was gluten free and eagerly offered tamari for dipping. A few moments later she gave me a printed menu with hand written stars next to all of the items I could eat and told me not to worry about ordering sushi, that the chef would prepare my rolls utilizing sterilized and dedicated surfaces and utensils. Need I say more? QUAY (pronounced key) – When researching upscale restaurants to visit in Sydney, Quay was at the top of everyone’s list. Overlooking the harbor with an astounding view of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Quay is the highest-ranked Australian restaurant in the world and was voted Number 27 on the coveted S.Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurant’s list. This was a dining experience to remember, with flavor combinations that tickled our senses and challenged our jaded taste buds with a wine selection and service to match. I can sum up the attention to gluten free service in one detail. When providing me with my gluten free roll at the start of the meal, a kind young server offered me my own butter and butter knife. They put my mind at ease about cross contamination from the very start. SUBMITTED BY THE "GLUTEN FREE RD" BLOGGER RACHEL BEGUN

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