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Helmut Newcake
36 Rue Bichat
Paris, 75010
France

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
Best gluten free cakes in the world (in Paris!)

Reviewer: Moonmonkey from London
Reviewed on Sep 02, 2012

This is the first (and possibly only) gluten free patisserie in Paris. I made a special journey here in June and I could have stayed the whole weekend. The cakes and tarts were to die for, I was amazed to find perfect choux pastry and beautiful cakes that I wish I could have taken home. They also offer a Sunday brunch menu, but it's quite expensive - I had it as it was a one-off treat and it was pretty sunstantial. Marie & Francois (the owners) were lovely and they have clearly worked incredibly hard to achieve their dream - I hope it lasts. My advice is go there hungry, wear stretchy pants and take whatever you can home too.

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Honest Burgers
12 Brixton Station Road
London, SW9 8PR
United Kingdom

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
Best burgers (and gluten free) at restaurant in London

Reviewer: Moonmonkey from London
Reviewed on Sep 02, 2012

Honest burgers is located near to the WAG Free Bakery (already reviewed). They do amazing burgers and rosemary/salt fries and buy their gluten free buns from the WAG Free bakery. I have eaten here several times and the staff are always really clued up on the gluten free front. They are a VERY small cafe so you will usually need to put your name down for a table and come back in half an hour or so (they will call you).

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Stingray Cafe
135 Fortess Road
London, NW5 2HR
United Kingdom

4.5 Palms
4.5 Palms
Gluten Free Pizza at restaurant in North London

Reviewer: Moonmonkey from London
Reviewed on Sep 02, 2012

I love Stingray Cafe. They do the best gluten free pizzas I've ever found in London & I've lived here 17 years. The pizzas are of the thin and crispy variety and you can choose any topping (no calzone option though). They also offer gluten free pasta, which are usually good but pizzas are way better. Prices are amazing and the portions are huge - just make sure you order really clearly as once (and only once mind) they brought me regular pasta by mistake.

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