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Green Press
525 Little Collins Street
Melbourne City, VI 3000
Australia

4.5 Palms
4.5 Palms
Another great gluten-free friendly place to eat in Melbourne

Reviewer: Eatable from from our base in Denmark and Germany
Reviewed on Mar 31, 2015

Looking for a quick lunch or cold-pressed juice in the centre of Melbourne? Green Press has got you covered!

This health hub provides busy inner city workers and curious tourists with nutritious meals, snacks and drinks on the go. Choose from their cold-pressed juice range, flavoured nut milks and detox shots.

Feeling hungry? Choose from their make-your-own salad bar, there are plenty of gluten-free options and the staff are exceedingly helpful in handling dietary requirements.

Drop by to pick up a quick meal or stay and relax in their courtyard, a little oasis in the concrete jungle of Melbourne CBD.

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Smith & Daughters
175 Brunswick Street
Yarra City, VI 3065
Australia

4.5 Palms
4.5 Palms
Wonderful restaurant for gluten free (and vegan) diners in Australia

Reviewer: Eatable from our base in Denmark and Germany
Reviewed on Mar 31, 2015

You'd be forgiven for thinking a vegan restaurant is all tofu and bean sprouts. At Smith & Daughters you'll find a Latin American inspired menu that will even satisfy meat eaters!

We started with the Layered Queso Dip, with spice black beans, a gorgeous cashew 'cheese' and a side of rice crackers. Normally this dish is served with corn chips but we're also intolerant to corn so the lovely chef tweaked it a little for us.

The second course was an Artichoke and Chickpea Salad, it was a little heavy on the oil but delicious nonetheless.

The show-stopper was the dessert: Tarta de Chocolate Azteca, how's your Spanish? :-) This chocolate tart had a gluten-free biscuit base, a layer of puréed dates and finally a delicious Aztec chocolate fudge on top. Along side this masterpiece was freshly made avocado ice cream. Gorgeous!

Overall the food was very satisfying and very 'safe' -- this was because of the exceedingly helpful waitstaff, who went out of their way to take care of our food intolerances: gluten, corn, dairy and soy.

We recommend a visit to Smith & Daughters, whether you're gluten intolerant, vegan or just love food!

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Ladro
162 Greville Street
Stonnington City, VI 3181
Australia

4.0 Palms
4.0 Palms
Gluten-free Pizza in Melbourne

Reviewer: Eatable
Reviewed on Mar 25, 2015

When choosing a dinner on the fly, it's not often that a gluten-free diner will take a chance on an Italian restaurant. In our case, we were lucky enough to fall upon Ladro, an Italian restaurant that is in two locations in Melbourne, Australia.

The pizza bases are to. die. for.! They are gluten-free and corn-free, being made from rice and soy flour. The pizza we chose was the Gamberi Piselli which was also naturally dairy-free... we know what you're thinking, pizza without cheese is not pizza, but just give it a try!

There are a wide selection of pizzas that can be made on a gluten-free base. Also there are risottos and salads available that are free from gluten. There is sorbet for dessert (if you can fit it in after all that delicious pizza), all of the other desserts have gluten in them.

The staff at Ladro are really understanding and helpful when it comes to food requirements, so just ask for help and they will be there for you!

Go get some pizza!

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