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  1. I'm not sure about the iced coffee, though one staff member told me the hot chocolate powder had gluten in it..not 100% sure if this is true for all of the places. Starbux - are gluten free friendly. Hot chololates, coffees, etc are gluten free. Except for anything that obviously would have it. such as the cold drinks with fillers. Gloria Jeans...supposedly coffees and hot chocolate are fine.. however my fave creamy hot cocoa has gluten, so does the cappucino And again with ice-cream! And with the ice-cream. The glucose syrup should be fine, even if it says "glucose syrup (from wheat)". Any chance it's just the lactose hitting you up?
  2. Howdy, I found that noodle.com in Randwick makes good gluten free dishes and even has their own gluten free menu. Which is good seeing as i'm moving about 200m away from it very soon. A quick tale.. After going for what I thought was 3mths without any incidents, my mother accidently swapped my gluten free pudding (the woolies ones, which aren't that bad, but not awful either) with her normal pudding. So low and behold......my first real experience since I stopped eating gluten. Which is strange, coz when I was eating gluten i'd never have a reaction directly from eating anything.... Anyhows, a question..I think even though I hadn't had any gluten, some trace amounts were still getting through. Does the Nestle Ice-cream, with "Maltodextrin" (even though it doesn't say where it's from, meaning it shouldn't be from wheat) contain gluten? Looking at the ingredients I'd say no... OR the only other thing I can think about would be Wasabi. The S&B prepared one once again doesn't seem to have gluten, but well....now I gotta be more careful....
  3. Howdy, I found that noodle.com in Randwick makes good gluten free dishes and even has their own gluten free menu. Which is good seeing as i'm moving about 200m away from it very soon. A quick tale.. After going for what I thought was 3mths without any incidents, my mother accidently swapped my gluten free pudding (the woolies ones, which aren't that bad, but not awful either) with her normal pudding. So low and behold......my first real experience since I stopped eating gluten. Which is strange, coz when I was eating gluten i'd never have a reaction directly from eating anything.... Anyhows, a question..I think even though I hadn't had any gluten, some trace amounts were still getting through. Does the Nestle Ice-cream, with "Maltodextrin" (even though it doesn't say where it's from, meaning it shouldn't be from wheat) contain gluten? Looking at the ingredients I'd say no... OR the only other thing I can think about would be Wasabi. The S&B prepared one once again doesn't seem to have gluten, but well....now I gotta be more careful....
  4. To be honest I've found Indian food is one of the best places. Well, decent Indian food places. Though I really want to find some Thai places, its the food i'm missing out on the most. Thanks Aussie Peg for your information, though I must say you were right when you said it was a lot! I'm still looking for places in the city for lunches, though i'm slowly finding more solutions. However, since I don't have a reaction to gluten until I've had it over a long period, I don't know if i'm being careful enough at times. How do I tell if I have been glutened? I don't feel any better off it than on it....
  5. I had a great time at the Expo on Saturday. It was great trying so many different types of food. I was a bit dissapointed that it focused mainly on baked products, rather than having a few more varieties of sauces, etc. Anyhows, I just found this site. I'm from Sydney and work in the City. Does anyone know any places in Sydney CBD that serve any gluten-free products for lunch and dinner? A lot of places seem to serve coffee and gluten-free cakes....but cakes shouldn't be eaten every day! Through my own two searching and the NSW Coeliac link i've found these places...haven't tried them all out yet....not sure if they all are still open!! I've got a million questions since I was only diagnosed with Celiac about 3mths ago.... so if anyone can answer or help me out with the following questions or any further advice, please email me at mackmackmackie@gmail.com Which coffee shops have gluten free products? Starbucks is fine, but Gloria jeans doesn't seem to be so open about giving out info. *I'm mainly concerned about hot chocolates here* Does anyone have product lists from manufacturers about gluten free products? I'm sure there'll be more, see if I can answer other ppls questions later!! Wharf Restaurant, Hickson Road, Pier 4 Walsh Bay 9250 1761 - ring beforehand (Society Certificate Member) Gloria Jean's Gourmet Coffee, 1-25 Harbour Street 9267 0279 Gloria Jean's Gourmet Coffee, 450 George Street 9223 2760 Swiss Deli Westpac Plaza 9247 8599 Juiced, 225 Clarence Street 9290 3583 Market Place Restaurant, Sydney Hilton Hotel, 259 Pitt Street 9266 2000 MIO Expresso, Shop A3, The Galleries, 2 Park Street, Citigroup Centre 9269 0162 The Art Gallery Café, Art Gallery Road The Ivy Café, Shop 209, Level 2 Sky Gardens, 77 Castlereagh Street 9223 3448 The Sydney Wine Room: Restaurant & Wine Bar, Goldfields House, 1 Alfred Street, Circular Quay 241 4636 Christos’ Café, Lower Ground Floor, Sydney Central Plaza, 450 George Street 9232 6111 Wellbeing, 10-20 Bond Street Wellbeing, Lower Ground Floor Queen Victoria Building Wellbeing, 345 George Street (enter via Barrack Street) Wellbeing, 115 Pitt Street Wellbeing, 9-19 Elizabeth Street Wellbeing, Cnr Bathurst Street & Castlereagh Street Muffin Break, Centrepoint (Professional Member) Muffin break, MLC Centre (Professional Member) Muffin Break, Sydney Central Plaza (Professional Member) Cellini’s Bar & Restaurant Shop 48 Queen Victoria Building Level 2, 455 George Street 9264 4671 (Professional Certificate Member) Global Burgers , Shop 4, 106 – 110 Darlinghurst Street 9356 4535 Hart.net Café 100 Clarence Street, Sydney Salad Works in the City in Hunter Street Sushi Shop next to Subway in Mid City Centre