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3 super spots to eat gluten free in Liverpool

Date: Wednesday 8th October 2014

With the Allergy & Free From Show drawing ever closer at the end of this month, all eyes are on Liverpool. As with other thriving UK cities, it has recently undergone a transformation that has brought about a fresh, vibrant new take on eating out. Next time you're in the City, why not check out some of our favourite gluten free eating spots? We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!


interesting eating company1. The Interesting Eating Company

You can find The Interesting Eating Company on Allerton Road. This quirky, little eatery serves-up gluten free pancakes, bread, sausages, cakes, cookies and scones. They also serve fresh home-made soups that are free from artificial thickeners. Actively involved in the coeliac community, they host the Coeliac Liverpool Voluntary Support Group every month.

Open from 8.30am-5pm every day, this is the perfect place to meet friends, get a brilliant all day breakfast, have a pancake or toastie served your way, or even grab a light lunch. Gluten free hot salt beef sandwich anyone??

Check out their website here.


Leaf2. Leaf

This tea-inspired bar and restaurant in the heart of Liverpool city centre is a favourite of ours. Its independent nature gives it a truly unique vibe that is reflected in the bohemian ethos behind the eatery. It’s won a number of awards, including recognition as one of the Top 50 Tea Rooms in the UK (2010) from The Independent.

Among its gluten free offering is the yummy, warm roast parsnip and sweet potato salad and the tasty puy lentil, sunblushed tomato and feta salad.

Open from 9am–12pm on Mondays to Thursdays and Sundays, as well as Fridays and Saturdays from 9am/10am until 2am, this lively little hotspot is just the place for when you fancy something different!

Check out their website here.


3. Wagamama

With it’s well-known eastern theme, Wagamama caters for those looking for an oriental dish with a twist – from firecracker chilli to seafood broth, there’s something for everyone! Lots of the menu items are naturally gluten free and servers are happy to help you choose based on your individual requirements. Great for coeliac gluten free gatherings!

Check out their website here.

Do you have a favourite place to eat gluten free in your city? Why not let us know on Facebook or Twitter? You can also search for the best places to eat gluten free on Gluten Free Roads. Don't forget to download the free app; It's a must-have for coeliacs!

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