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This coming weekend is my first time having to eat out - I live in Canberra and going to Sydney, staying in Newtown. My DH is so painful that I'd love to hear about any strict or totally gluten-free restaurants etc in the inner city.

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This coming weekend is my first time having to eat out - I live in Canberra and going to Sydney, staying in Newtown. My DH is so painful that I'd love to hear about any strict or totally gluten-free restaurants etc in the inner city.

There are no totally gluten free places in Newtown but The organic pomegranate king st - they have a 10% discount for coeliac society members and are coeliac Society partners, Atomic Thai king st newtown have a separate gluten-free menu and Guzman Y gomez is a traditional mexican place on king st again that does gluten-free options. I haven't yet tried Pomegranate - though I really want too. And I have eat at the other two numerous times and have never been glutened at either.

The Healthy feast is a Totally gluten free bakery (they do cafe type stuff as well) 157 Norton Street Leichhardt, NSW, 2040

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Oh Pizza picasso on king st are also coeliac partners

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I also eat at Guzman and Gomez all the time (It'd have to be at least 100 times by now since I went gluten free) and I've never gotten sick.

A bit further afield - The Winery at Surry Hills were great.

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Cafe 2042 - King st Newtown. I forgot about them - they do fab food and are all up on all kinds of allergies and intolerances. If they aren't sure of something they don't guess - they go and look etc!

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Thank you all.

I am a bit itchy but not as bad as I use to get in the past.

Newtown is a great place for eating healthy - so many great people willing to help without 'inconvenience' tone and body language.

I had a great meal at the Carlisle Castle hotel - Salmon and veg and yummy!

The only problem was my sisters 40th birthday & I suspect the "cornflour" wasn't just cornflour.

Otherwise my first eating out / travel has been a fun and full one.

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Thank you all.

I am a bit itchy but not as bad as I use to get in the past.

Newtown is a great place for eating healthy - so many great people willing to help without 'inconvenience' tone and body language.

I had a great meal at the Carlisle Castle hotel - Salmon and veg and yummy!

The only problem was my sisters 40th birthday & I suspect the "cornflour" wasn't just cornflour.

Otherwise my first eating out / travel has been a fun and full one.

:)

Yeah - the carlisle is great - they fry their chips separate - gotta love that. I mean really - at the end of the day - now hard is it? Not very, its a shame more places don't just do it!!

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