Dairy & Gluten Free Places To Eat At In England

Flip

I was invited to try out Flip Deli & Cafe by direct message via my Instagram page. I had previously visited two weeks prior with a friend. However, this was…

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Tincan Coffee Co.

Such an awesome spot Tincan Coffee is. This is the best spot for coffee on North Road, Bristol (trust me, we tried a few). I was visiting Bristol for a…

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Eat Your Greens

This place is a great 'hole in the wall' - I am so glad I found out about this through a thorough Google search. This is the kind of cafe…

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Earthcake

For the most more-ish vegan (and therefore DF) cakes, you need to get yourself down to Bristol's Earthcake. The little independent is based in the Bedminster part of Bristol, where…

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George & Dragon

I honestly have no idea where to start with this place - the food and service is absolutely incredible from start to finish. The setting is in a small village…

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Deep Blue Fish & Chips

This is my FAVOURITE take-away in Newmarket, Cambridgeshire. Since being told I couldn't eat gluten any more in 2013, I really struggled with take-away foods, particularly when it comes to…

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Truly Scrumptious

I KNOW I ALSO RAVED ABOUT ANOTHER LOCAL CAFE, GLOOF, BUT THIS PLACE IS ALSO A MUST-VISIT! DEFINITELY ONE OF MY FAVOURITE HANG OUTS FOR BRUNCH WITH FRIENDS. If you are…

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Gloof

Gloof is an independent café in the small market town of Soham, Cambridgeshire. It first opened in early 2019 and has been buzzing ever since - boy can I see…

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Thali

It was my first time visiting Bristol when I stumbled upon the small Thali chain.As it was only a flying visit, I opted for the express lunch Thali (served between…

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