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The 10 Best Gluten-free Cafes in Sydney

Sydney’s ever-growing foodie scene is so flexible it caters to just about every taste and diet preference, from gluten-free to dairy-free, vegetarian, and paleo. For now, let’s focus on gluten-free with our selection of the best cafes in Sydney to grab a gluten-free feed.
St Malo Bakery

St. Malo Bakery

The popular gluten-free bakery in Crows Nest bakes every loaf, croissant and pastry in-house, ensuring that not a single crumb contains gluten. The Parisian-style cafe has indoor and alfresco seating for diners to relish in a lazy afternoon coffee and golden croissant. If you’re in the mood for something savoury, try one of their gourmet sandwiches or flaky quiches.

83 Willoughby Road, Crows Nest

Bondi Wholefoods

As one of the most Instagrammed cafes in Sydney, Bondi Wholefoods is plating up some seriously pretty (and seriously delicious) dishes. Their menu is 100% organic and includes wholesome dishes that’ll appeal to all tastebuds. If you’re looking for gluten-free options, try their breakfast bowl, paleo eggs benedict, green hummus and eggs, wellness muffin, or gluten-free buckwheat bread.

517 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills

O Organic Produce Cafe

A Surry Hills go to, O Organic’s well thought out menu caters to all tastes, including vegetarians, vegans and coeliacs. The crowd-pleasers on the menu include corn and zucchini fritters, Vietnamese shredded fish salad, and gluten-free buckwheat pancakes. With all produce sourced from local organic farmers, O Organic’s dishes are nourishing for the body and soul.

487 Crown Street, Surry Hills

Speedo's Cafe

Speedo’s Cafe

This North Bondi cafe is all about clean eating and gluten-free. With a relaxed vibe, superb smoothies and enticing menu on offer, Speedo’s has got meal-time covered. Their mouth-watering breakfast and lunch menus are full of gluten-free options, including poached eggs and smashed avocado, summer coconut bowl, pink pittaya bowl, green goodness bowl and coconut chia pot. 

126 Ramsgate Avenue, North Bondi

Bloom Healthy Food Co

Specialising in organic, nourishing dishes for all foodies that have a penchant for vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and wheat-free. Located in a heritage-style building on Prince Alfred Street, Bloom has a creative menu of organic and gluten-free delights, including their gluten-free house made banana bread, chia pudding, vegan hotcakes, haloumi burger, and spicy bean and corn nachos.

118 Prince Albert Street, Mosman

Bread & Circus

Bread and Circus Wholefood Canteen

An inspiring menu of tasty gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian dishes, the expansive warehouse-style domain is frequently at capacity as diners relish in the wholesome feeds. While their menu changes daily, the staple gluten-free options include eggs with sautéed white quinoa and kale, bircher muesli with fresh fruit and vegan coconut yoghurt, and parmesan not-so-scrambled-eggs. 

21 Fountain Street, Alexandria

Youeni Foodstore

Whether your palate prefers gluten-free, vegan or vegetarian, Youeni’s innovative menu welcomes all appetites and health concerns. Everything on the menu is made from scratch on a daily, ensuring nothing but nourishing goodness on every plate. If you’re stopping by for a gluten-free feed, you’ll be pleased to know that pretty much everything on the menu is sans gluten.

Shop 2 / 250 Old Northern Road, Castle Hill

Egg of the Universe

You know a café is healthy when it’s attached to a yoga studio. Pulling culinary inspiration from all over the world, the food at Egg of the Universe ranges from hearty stews to green smoothies. Drop in for stretch and enjoy a gluten-free bite. Our faves: superfood granola, sweet potato and buckwheat pancake and the seasonal breakfast.

711 Darling Street, Rozelle

Pure Wholefoods

A nutritious hot-spot among the Manly cafe scene, Pure Wholefoods is just that: pure and wholesome. Their deli-style counter is packed with ready-made salads, nori rolls, frittatas, and sweet treats, while their menu is full of creative dishes. Gluten-free options include scrambled turmeric tofu, bircher muesli, breakfast bruschetta, nachos, and free-range tamari chicken.

5/10 Darley Road, Manly

Brooklyn Hide

Sleek and buzzy, Brooklyn Hide draws from it's NYC inspired moniker through its moody decor and homage to the brunch staple... bagels. All their creative sandwich fillings can be served up on a gluten-free bagel. With nine fillings to choose from, your decision is made difficult. Although, you can't go wrong with the Hells Kitchen: bacon, avocado and feta.

226 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills

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