Saba’s Ethiopian

This was my first attempt at Ethiopian and I loved it. I’d been wanting to try it since I heard that their injera bread is made from teff flour which is gluten free and delicious! Saba’s is run by two lovely ladies and they make such tasty food. We had a mix of stews from meat,…

Tahina, Northcote

I love this kind of food, a hearty Israeli feast! It’s a small venue with a lot of the menu including GF falafel’s in a wheat-free fryer. I have an open wrap and they had GF bread for an extra $2. The food was so filling I didn’t touch the bread but it looked yum….

Daylesford

I went for a weekend getaway to unwind and hang out in a little cottage. It’s a beautiful place with heaps of cafes and restaurants down the main strip. We had breakfast, lunch and a dinner out and these were the places we went: Lardar: Green Breakfast with eggs, kale & broccolini which was so…

Bali – The Coeliac Bali Bible

I visited Bali in January and here is a list of the places we ate out at in Ubud and Seminyak: Ubud:  Bambu Indah –  They are very knowledgable, I stayed for a few days and loved the food. I had nasi goring, raw lasagne, papaya salad, cocktails, fruit and when I go back I’ll be…