Pub Food Reviews
Surprisingly there are many pubs which offer a number of gluten free options these days, some which even label which dishes are gluten free on the menu. Want to know which ones? Read on…
As I have mentioned before there are a number of places with gluten free options in Banff, and The Elk and Oarsman Pub & Grill is no exception to this. I was very excited to find that The Elk & Oarsman actually have a separate two page (!!) gluten free menu.
I usually go to the Elk and Oarsman on a Tuesday night for steak night. The first time I went I got my steak on gluten free bread however they charged me $3 extra for this so from then on I have just asked for no bread. It’s a bit hit More >
When I returned to Revelstoke for the second time (we were actually planning to drive straight through however due to a road closure we were stuck there for about four hours) I was planning to go back to Jus Juiced & Bean Caffe. However much to my disappointment (they had really good gluten free wraps) they had closed down since I was there in October 2011. We therefore decided to walk up and down the main street (which is rather short) to find another place for lunch. We stumbled across Village Idiot Bar & Grill which looked like a funky More >
Bright is a beautiful country town in Victoria Australia. I have been there a couple of times and have been impressed with the selection of gluten free foods.
Here are the places which I found to be gluten free friendly.
River Deck Cafe is a cute little cafe which, as suggested by the name, has a deck which looks over the river. They have a range of breakfast and lunch options and usually stock gluten free bread. The reason I say usually is that the second time I went there I arrived towards the end of lunch and they had no gluten free bread left. On my More >
Almost every night of the week in Banff there is a food special on at one of the pubs/restaurants. Now you would assume that $6 cheese burger night at The Eddie wouldn’t be coeliac friendly. However I was assured that The Eddie had gluten free burger buns and sure enough having a quick look at their website not only do they have gluten free buns but the beef patty was also gluten free.
So I headed on down to The Eddie and ordered a gluten free cheese burger. The burgers came out and whilst mine looked smaller than my friends glutenous More >
I noticed a few people tweeting and writing about El Loco so looked it up to see what all the fuss was about. I found out that El Loco cantina “is the first stage of what will be the next addition to the Merivale family of restaurants – an authentic Mexican restaurant.” I was intrigued, especially when I saw the menu with $5 taco’s (with the most expensive dish being $15). I immediately contacted the restaurant to see if I could eat anything and was delighted to find that the taco’s and corn chips were gluten free!
My friend and I therefore More >
As I mentioned in an earlier post we spent a night in Jugiong over the Easter long weekend. After having a (delicious) late lunch at the Long Track Cafe we decided to head to the restaurant at the Jugiong Motor Inn, where we were staying. There is a restaurant upstairs however we decided to stay in the bar, known as the ‘Beer and Bullshit Bar’ as having had a big late lunch we only wanted a snack for dinner.
The staff were very helpful and after listing a few gluten free options I decided on More >