“More than just burgers, baby!”
“Welcome to Hank’s. Coffee, food, music and Hank”
Gluten Free 4U
“100% committed to providing top quality gluten free baked products. 100% passionate for excellent service. 100% dedicated to our mission.”
Stone Jetty – Fish & Chips
“Gluten free? Stone Jetty makes it stress free.” Continue reading “Stone Jetty – Fish & Chips”
Strange Grains Bakery
“When a gluten intolerant anthropologist starts thinking about bread, she approaches it differently to a baker. She researches all the seeds and weeds, roots and pseudo grains used to make breads in other cultures and then she experiments…..endlessly! The result? Traditional old world breads from exotic new world grains.”
Finlay & Sons no 917
Finlay & Sons is pretty much my favourite place. It’s located in Inglewood on Beaufort Street an area which is really bubbling of late with the weekly Inglewood Night Markets plus the addition of some cool shops and apartments. It’s what Mt Lawley should get back to being. Continue reading “Finlay & Sons no 917”
Bayside Barista is situated in Safety Bay, roughly 45mins south of Perth. It is Western Australia’s only 100% GLUTEN FREE cafe accredited by Coeliac Australia.
I came across The Kewdale a few times when I was searching for places to eat when I was first diagnosed. It just didn’t seem to add up. For those of you who don’t know, Kewdale is right near the airport and smack bang in the middle of a semi-industrial area.
Places To Eat
When I was first diagnosed I just couldn’t get my head around not being able to eat what I wanted, when I wanted. I loved all food. I especially loved Malaysian and Singaporean hawker style cuisine. I loved Pho and my noodles in general. So as most freshly diagnosed people go through, the future was looking grim. Continue reading “Places To Eat”