Yesterday I went to Yo Sushi! For the first time in ages! They have a lot of gluten-free items on their menu. They do have an allergen menu in-house, but it’s the traditional massive spreadsheet which isn’t exactly appealing – if you go on the Yo! Sushi site you can arrange the list by dietary […]Read More Yo! Sushi – A Coeliac Review.
An exciting development in the world of British people who have Coeliac disease – Wetherspoons now have a dedicated gluten free menu! Although in the small print they do say that they mostly try their best to avoid cross-contamination, but it can happen, I have been there many times and never had an adverse reaction. […]Read More The Ultimate Gluten Free List – Wetherspoons For The Coeliac 2018
Two weeks ago I took part in Tough Mudder Scotland in support of Scottish Spina Bifida Association. I managed to raise £115 for them which is incredible, and I earned my headband! Yey! I hobbled clambered and carefully climbed my way around the course, completed all the obstacles except 2 (although it did take a […]Read More The Orange Headband
Wee Guy’s is one of those little places that make me feel at home. Before my diagnosis, my mum and I would go in there before I started work in the morning to have toast and jam and a chat. They even buttered and jammed the toast for you – and it was exactly how my […]Read More Gluten Free Girlie Out and About – Wee Guy’s Cafe Glasgow – A Review
Once every year around Christmas, my mum and I go for a curry while I’m off work. We have done this for a long time. As most Indian curries are naturally gluten-free and are served with rice, I figured that I would be relatively safe (although I did ask). I was informed that the mains […]Read More At Least After Eights are Gluten Free! – Ashoka Ashton Lane – Glutened!
It’s tradition. If you go to IKEA, you get food. Swedish meatballs, Daim cake, hot dogs – everyone has their poison. Mine is krokant cake. And guess what? It’s gluten-free! Oh yeah! Here is a list of all the gluten free goodies you can get in IKEA’s restaurant (please note that you should still chat […]Read More The Ultimate List – IKEA Cafe Restaurant For The Coeliac
On a cold and rainy morning, I decided to pop into Riverhill Coffee Bar with my wee mum for a coffee and hopefully some gluten-free cake. A few weeks ago the lovely Lidia at work let me try a little piece of some gluten-free chilli chocolate cake she had found on her travels. It was […]Read More Riverhill Coffee Bar – Glasgow – Highly Recommended
I was struggling to figure out where to eat for lunch that I trusted to be gluten-free, and I’d left chicken and rice in the house. Silly me. After a ponder, I headed out of the office and went up to Buchanan Galleries. I asked the girlie behind the counter if the ‘fat burner’ smoothie […]Read More Fuel Juice Bar – Buchanan Galleries – Highly Recommended