With plenty of gluten-free options available on their extensive menu, Stoned Crow is the North Shore restaurant that will have you chowing down on sirloin steak, fresh burrata, hearty salads and delicious burgers, washed down with cocktails and craft pints.
Gluten-Free Restaurants in Sydney
In a city where the food offerings are as diverse as they are delicious, it can be surprisingly hard to find coeliac-friendly places to eat. That's where we come in. We've searched high and low to uncover the very best gluten-free restaurants in Sydney; from gorgeous beachside Coogee spots and quirky Chinese kitchens in Surry Hills to beloved Bondi hangouts where bottomless brunches are king.
Pretty gluten-free restaurants in Sydney CBD? The Rook is pairing stunning interiors with delicious international food. Not only is it whipping up a whole host of international plates, but the rooftop spot has also got it all clearly labelled on the menu.
A charming Bondi pasta haunt, Peppe's is offering you a delicious range of wines, antipasti, spaghetti and gluten-free gnocchi. Pick between pesto, mushroom or the restaurant's signature 'cashew e peppe' bites and settle in for a delicious evening.
With 90% of its menu being gluten-free, Chin Chin is a top choice for delicious meals out in Sydney. But don't take our word for it. Head to the Surry Hills haunt and see for yourself over a spread of salt and pepper squid, veggie curry puffs, pork san choy bow and more.
Hands down, one of our favourite gluten-free restaurants in Sydney, Dead Ringer is making dining out easy with its clearly-marked menu. Not only is it giving coeliacs a heads up, but it's also pointing you in the direction of dairy and nut-free dishes, as well as veggie and vegan eats.
If you're searching for places to eat gluten-free food in Sydney then be sure to check out Chula for your fix of corn tacos, tostadas and other classic Mexican fare. Just let your waiter know your dietary requirements when you arrive and they'll sort the rest.