Five Coeliac-friendly restaurants to have a gluten-free dinner in Dublin
This week marks Coeliac Awareness Week 2016
Published 12/05/2016 | 15:29
With over 43,000 gluten-intolerant people in Ireland, and more coeliac products than ever on our shelves, here are five of the best places to eat gluten free in the city centre.
Clontarf, Dame Street, Malahide and Mespil Road branches
Head to Dublin’s number one fish shop if you’re looking for a gluten-free takeaway. Beshoff’s have a separate gluten and wheat-free menu, that includes north Atlantic fresh cod and onion rings.
Cornucopia is one of the best spots to hit in Dublin if you have any dietary requirements. The restaurant caters for vegetarian, vegan, coeliac and sugar-free diets. The Wicklow Street hit serves delicious food seven days a week, and is worth a visit for any foodie.
Lemon Crepe and Coffee Co.
Dawson Street and South William Street
Go gluten-free without sacrificing taste at one of the best pancake parlours in Dublin. Lemon caters for coeliacs with delicious buckwheat pancakes and a generous toppings menu. Just be sure to advise staff when ordering.
Wexford Street, Temple Bar, South Anne Street
Bunsen quickly became one of the city’s best burger joints since their first branch opened on Wexford Street three years ago. With three locations around the city centre, gluten free buns for their famous burgers, as well as gluten free beer, there’s no reason not to take a trip to the much-loved burger joint.
Steak specialist Millstone offers an extensive separate gluten free menu, which can be a rarity to come across. The Dame Street restaurant is a hidden gem for coeliacs; with gluten free garlic bread, pasta, deserts and a wide variety of options on the menu.