Anglers Rest is part of the Wrights Group, a well known name around Dublin. The Anglers offer fantastic gluten free food at a reasonable cost. They don’t have a specific gluten free menu, however, the staff are coeliac aware and happy to advise you on suitable dishes. If they are unsure, they always check with the chef. This open communication is certainly a comfort. Be sure to book for weekends though, music sessions normally keep the place busy. Don’t forget to leave your review here.
Pregos in Ballyowen Shopping Centre are renowned in coeliac circles for their ability to provide quality gluten free food, both pasta and pizza. Gluten free pizza is a really rare treat for most, so to have a restaurant that cook their gluten free pizzas in a dedicated gluten free oven is quite something. They don’t do takeout pizza, so if that is what you are after, make sure you book in before your visit. It’s a popular venue for coeliacs and staff are very aware of the importance of gluten free food. Mention coeliac pages and leave your review on here for other coeliacs to hear the good news.
The Olive Grove Midlands Restaurant providing you with European Cuisine situated beside the river Shannon in the heart of Athlone Co. Westmeath Ireland. This is a very coeliac friendly venue and all their staff are aware of the importance of gluten free food for us. The menu is very clearly marked as to what foods are gluten free and suitable. This isn’t restrictive by any means, there are around seven starters and around nine mains to choose from, so you’ll never bore of choice if you’re lucky enough to have this as one of your local restaurants. Not only that, they have some brilliant live music nights and also a great selection of cocktails. Check out their fantastic site from the link here and don’t forget to mention coeliacpages and leave your review on our site here.
This hotel in Mallow, County Cork are a great coeliac friendly venue that have a cafe or a more formal dining room. Both are equally coeliac friendly and if you just want a light bite from the cafe, they have gluten free rolls on their menu. The dining room dishes are served with potatoes and vegetables and choice of mains from beef, chicken or fish. Don’t forget to mention coeliacpages and come back to our site and leave your review.
Maximilans in Blanchardstown, Dublin offer Mediterranean inspired food. The restaurant are coeliac aware and can adapt dishes to suit the gluten free diet. There is a good selection of meat and seafood dishes that can be accompanied with potatoes or vegetables. They also have a couple of nice salads on the menu. Inform them at time of booking that you are coeliac, mention our website and leave your review here of how you got on.
This restaurant in based close to Citywest which is very convenient to the N7. As the name suggests the main focus is on food from the grill. This is a very coeliac friendly venue. Not only are staff aware of coeliacs and the importance of gluten free, their menu clearly states what dishes are suitable for the gluten free diet. Don’t worry if you don’t like steaks, there is a gluten free fish and chicken option as well.