Restaurant Reviews – Sydney
Have you ever gone for dinner at a restaurant, sat down and then realised that the only gluten free item on the menu is the garden salad? Take a look below at my reviews of coeliac and gluten intolerance friendly restaurants in Sydney to ensure you never have to eat a side salad for a main again!
Happy Valentine’s Day! If you are still on the lookout for somewhere to eat tonight in Sydney how about trying Wolfies in The Rocks? I recently attended a one day training course at Wolfies which is situated in a historic storehouse and still boasts the old stone walls which are modernised by the lighting and other internal decorations.
We had a sit down lunch with an entree and main, which was amazing considering we were all expecting a tray of sandwiches. The specially printed menus detailed what we would be having for lunch.
I was given a gluten free More >
We were looking for somewhere different to go for dinner on Wednesday night (we usually frequent one of the pubs in the area) and my friend mentioned there was a Thai place on the corner of Miller and Ridge Streets in North Sydney. I had never realised that Simple & Irresistible Thai was there, and being a lover of Thai I was excited to try it out.
As usual I checked that I could eat something first and the waitress told me just to choose something from the menu as most dishes could be made gluten free.
I chose the Papaya Salad with More >
Beach Burrito Company is a cute Mexican restaurant in the heart of Coogee (on Coogee Bay Road just up from the beach) but tucked away back from the road a bit in a little courtyard. I am amazed that I never knew about this place before last night, having lived in Maroubra for a number of years.
We were meeting for a girls dinner and someone had suggested Beach Burrito Company. As always before heading off to a restaurant I went online to make sure there would be something gluten free that I could eat. The menu listed the More >
I had been meaning to go to Buckland Thai, the restaurant in The Buckland Hotel in Alexandria, ever since I moved into the area, however with the multitude of restaurants around I had never made it. So when my friend from NZ and I were deciding where to go to dinner last night we decided to try it out.
I’d emailed the restaurant a couple of months ago to find out if there were gluten free options and was told that there were a number. I was therefore a little confused when I got there to find out that the only gluten More >
Every week after tennis a selection of us go out for dinner, usually to a pub in North Sydney. However, being the last session of the year we decided to have a change and go out for dinner in Cammeray. In order to cater for dietary and craving requirements we decided on Pizza Olla in Cammeray. I had been there before and ordered one of the chicken pizza’s however this night I was craving a BBQ Meat Lovers.
The gluten free pizza comes in the regular size only and costs $2 extra than the glutenous ones. Much to my delight the BBQ More >
I walk past the Makoto sushi train in Chatswood on a regular basis and there is often a queue outside. I had also heard from a work colleague that it was the best sushi train in Chatswood and so I decided to go and try it out.
On this day there wasn’t a queue out the door and I was seated immediately. Somehow they forgot to come over to take my drinks order, however I didn’t want to order a drink so it didn’t bother me.
I started off with some edamame which were perfectly salted and a good sized portion.
I then More >