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12 Restaurants That Offer Coeliac Friendly Food

  • Mon, 10 Oct 2016

Being gluten or wheat intolerant and finding somewhere to dine that has a choice of options can often be challenging!

To help make the decision easier, we have scoured a variety of menus and have come up with a selection of restaurants serving Coeliac friendly and/or gluten free meals. These dishes don’t compromise on taste and can be found on the restaurants day to day menus!

Blazing Salads

Drury Street, Dublin 2

A large selection of salads, savouries and sweets made daily on the premises with many free from wheat, yeast and dairy products. Their menu is constantly changing so plenty of variety to choose from! A tasty example is their Spiced Yellow Dahl with Toasted Peanuts and Fresh Coriander – Vegan, sugar and Gluten free!

Brasserie Sixty6

South George’s Street, Dublin 2

This spot has loads of Coeliac and Coeliac adaptable dishes. Keep an eye out for the (C) and (CA) next to the dishes on the menu to know which is which! How about Smoked BBQ 1/2 Chicken with a corn salsa, iceberg lettuce, buttermilk dressing and sweet potato fries?!

Soup Dragon

Capel Street, Dublin 1

This little gem makes all their food fresh daily on sight. All their soups and stews are gluten free. Pop in on a cold winters day for a seafood chowder or spicy veg gumbo to warm the soul.


South William Street, Dublin 2

A daily changing menu of soups, salads, mains and desserts catering for a variety of diets including vegan, gluten free, coeliac, sugar free and raw living. This wholefood restaurant is one not to be missed.


O’Connell Street, Dublin 1

Dine in the heart of Dublin. Flanagan’s is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and caters for Coeliac’s. The Wicklow Lamb Shank features on the main menu consisting of champ mash with vegetables, topped with a pearl onion and rosemary jus.


Bachelor’s Walk, Dublin 1

All Pog’s products are fat free, gluten free, low GI, low in sugar, and full of probiotics, vitamins and minerals making it the perfect Coeliac friendly joint. Pancakes, frozen yogurt and salads – Pog has loads of healthy treats!

Rustic Stone

South George’s Street, Dublin 2

A great range of wheat free and gluten free entrees, mains and desserts, including Salt Cod Brandad – Salt cured cod crushed with onion potato parsley, fried in rice bran oil with sweet onion, low fat crème fraiche and shaved ham. Yum!


South William Street, Dublin 2

Saba are one of Dublin city centre’s Thai food gurus. Make sure you try their gluten free curry, Gaeng Karee Fuktong. This dish consists of aromatic yellow butternut squash and sweet potato curry with onions and potatoes.

Brother Hubbard

Capel Street, Dublin 1

Brother Hubbard serves Middle Eastern feasts and has an adaptable menu to suit different diet requirements if you ask your server. Try this gluten free friendly option: Herb, chilli & chickpea Falafel on baby gem lettuce with red pepper tahini.


Andrew Street, Dublin 2

A good selection of Coeliac friendly tapas, Salamanca is a great place to cure your Spanish cravings. Why not munch on Mussels with a Garlic and White Wine Sauce whilst sipping a glass of Sangria.


Grafton Street, Westmoreland Street, Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, O’Connell Street, Ilac Shopping Centre

Chopped is all about balanced eating with flavourful food, focusing on the healthy lifestyle minded consumer. Choose from a range of their house salads where all dressings are gluten and dairy free.

The Church

Mary Street, Dublin 1

The Church are now delighted to offer a Coeliac friendly menu. From Cajun chicken burgers to goats cheese salads they have a full menu for you to choose from! Check out their business listing for more detail.

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