In the past, gluten-free foodies often got a rough ride when it comes to eating out – not any more

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Chances are you know someone who can’t eat or doesn’t "do" gluten. Never fear, worrying about where to go out for brunch, dinner or a slab of cake is a thing of the past.

 

Yes, gluten-free pizzas, cakes and sarnies can taste pretty darn good. 

Honest Burgers

For: a juicy burger
What: chicken, beef or veggie fritter in a gluten-free bun. Yum
Get it: various locations across London
We say: life without a burger would be a very sad place

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Fosters Fish & Chips

For: some good old fish and chips
What: every Sunday both branches offer their famous fish and chips completely gluten-free
Get it: Alderley Edge and Didsbury, Manchester
We say: the chain has been recognised as one of the top 10 fish and chipperies in the UK. In cod we trust, folks

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The Creperie

For: a galette 
What: galettes filled with wild mushrooms or locally caught fish. Mon dieu!
Get it: Brighton
We say: they are made from buckwheat which is gluten-free. Hurrah!

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Nomnom

For: brownies, muffins, breads and cakes
What: cherry bakewell macaroons, treble (yes, treble) chocolate muffins and strawberries and cream cupcakes
Get it: Hampstead, London
We say: they may be gluten- and dairy-free and contain limited amounts of refined sugars but they taste rather good

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Martha's

For: a salad box
What: chicken, pork or superfreek (get it?) salad
Get it: Glasgow
We say: this is healthy, hearty fast food

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Martha's

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The Truscott Arms

For: a pulled pork sandwich or beef shin chips
What: slow roasted and pulled beef pressed and coated in gluten-free flour and polenta and fried in a gluten-free fryer – hello chips
Get it: Victorian pub in the heart of London's Maida Vale
We say: they have one of the largest selections of gluten-free beers too, don't you know. ‘Nuff said, really 

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Bee Shack Café

For: gluten-free cakes and cookies
What: a gluten-free and vegetarian café (and you can order online, too)
Get it: Holwell, near Sherborne, Dorset
We say: if you ever needed proof that gluten-free baked goods can taste good, then this is it

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Bee Shack Cafe

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2 Oxford Place

For: breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner
What: think eggs benedict, sandwiches and bangers and mash
Get it: Leeds
We say: it's 100% gluten-free so there's no chance of any cross-contamination

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2 Oxford Place

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