Recently we have had a number of guests with celiac disease or guests who need to avoid gluten. So I asked a local celiac friend where they'd recommend to eat locally. So thanks Lorna for your generous and useful advice. Oh and don't forget to tell me when you book, so I can organise some lovely gluten free treats on arrival, like these lovely gluten free lemon meringue cup cakes
"As a very reactive coeliac I don't eat out at many different places, but I'll list what I know, hope it helps -
Quayside Plaza in Yarmouth are good, but make sure you talk to the chef or the manager.
The Dog Inn at Ludham do 'pub grub' most of which is gluten free, I have eaten there safely many times.
There's the Gluten Free Cafe in Norwich, nice food and a completely safe place to eat
But, The Bicycle Shop in Norwich is my personal favourite place to eat, ever. Fabulous Tapas menu and wonderful atmosphere, if you haven't eaten there I highly recommend it.
Oh! And you can get gluten free fish and chips in Gorleston lol"
I also approached the Dunes cafe on the beach at Winterton (10 mins walk)
They said "we don’t have gluten free bread or rolls but are happy to fill sandwiches if you bring your own bread. We normally have at least 3 homemade gluten free specials on our lunch menu and homemade gluten free cakes
Facebook reviews seem to back that up, happily. There is also a kiosk outside Happisburgh beach car park fed by gluten friend happily. Perfect for a decent snack after a lovely walk.
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