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Gluten-Free Gastronomy Gluten-Free Restaurants in Adelaide

Gluten-Free Gastronomy: Gluten-Free Restaurants in Adelaide

Adelaide’s gluten-free dining scene unveils a world of flavors, proving that no gluten doesn’t have to mean bland.

Whether you’re craving the pastries of Just Gluten Free Bakery or the gourmet chow at  Bread & Bone, we have your gluten-free cravings handled.

This article unearths more restos and treats!

House of Chow

House of Chow

Address: 82 Hutt St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8223 6181

Operating Hours: 

  • Mon – Closed
  • Tue to Thu – 12:30 pm to 9:30 pm
  • Fri to Sat – 12 pm to 10:30 pm
  • Sun – 5 pm to 9:30 pm


House of Chow’s gluten-free appetizers bring the flavor without the fuss. The king prawn cocktail, at $20, offers up freshly peeled succulent prawns and comes with a balsamic salad.

If you’re in the mood for some chicken action, their roasted baby chicken is a steal at $27. It boasts a golden, crunchy skin wrapping tender, juicy meat. 

And for the veggie lovers, the canton braised beancurd is the bomb. Priced at $21, it rocks lightly fried tofu, a medley of veggies, and a dash of tamari soya sauce.

Their Downstairs Atrium Room is perfect for small private dinners. On the other hand, the resto’s Upstrai Function Room is best for large parties and weddings

Just Gluten Free Bakery

Address: 100 Rundle Mall, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8354 3954

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Thu – 10 am to 5 pm
  • Fri – 10 am to 8 pm
  • Sat – 10 am to 5 pm
  • Sun – Closed


Just Gluten Free Bakery, kicking it gluten-free since 2010, is a top spot for those who refuse to compromise on taste while avoiding the said ingredient. 

Their apple strudel is our favorite, but the custard tarts that bring sweetness to a whole new level come in close. They also have lemon cheesecake bringing a creamy and zesty flavor party.

For those who prefer savory gluten-free delights, their beef sausage rolls and beef pies are the way to go. 

You can order online if you can’t visit the store. If you’re just in the CBD, delivery time takes around 10 to 20 minutes.

Their products are available at the Adelaide Showground Farmers Market.

Schnithouse Rundle St

Address: 260 Rundle St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8232 9222

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Thu – 11 am to 9 pm
  • Fri to Sat – 11 am to 10 pm
  • Sun – 11 am to 9 pm


Schnithouse on Rundle Street is a classic beer house with gluten-free goodies. Their best-selling $14.90 local Hahndorf kranski is a gluten-free treat served with BBQ aioli. 

Their Schnithouse chips are the crispy sidekick you need for kranski. It’s only $10.90, but the flavor and crunch aren’t compromised.

But the star of the show for us is the parmesan-topped chicken protein penne/risotto. This gluten-free gem features grilled chicken, mushrooms, and bacon, all drenched in a garlic cream sauce.

This place is usually jam-packed during the night. Visit in the afternoon for a more relaxed atmosphere.

Ayla’s Cafe

Address: 13 Bent St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8223 5994

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Fri – 7 am to 3:30 pm
  • Sat – 8 am to 3:30 pm
  • Sun – Closed


Ayla’s Cafe is small and simple, but it can turn your gluten-free dreams into reality. Take their $12.50 Vegan Lover Toastie, oozing with mushrooms, rocket, corn, and vegan cheese. 

For a berry-infused meal, try the Berry Nut Surprise—loaded with fresh blueberries, strawberries, and roasted muesli. It’s crowned with Greek-style yogurt and a honey drizzle that’ll make your taste buds sing for $20. 

And if you’re feeling a little savory, their curry is here to save the day. With zucchini and coconut cream, it’s a gluten-free taste explosion for $20.

Dine at their alfresco spot for better views and fresh air. Parasols shade the tables here, so you won’t sweat bullets unless it’s a scorching summer day.

The Duke of Brunswick Hotel

Address: 207 Gilbert St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8410 7079

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Thu – 11:30 am to 10 pm
  • Fri to Sat – 11:30 am to 10:30 pm
  • Sun – 11:30 am to 10 pm


The Duke of Brunswick Hotel has captured our hearts and taste buds with their gluten-free vegan bangers and mash. This dish has plant-based sausages sizzling in a rich stout and onion gravy, while creamy mashed potatoes add earthy undertones. 

Their gluten-free nasi goreng is also fire with its Asian veggies and a drizzle of sweet soy, fried shallots, and coriander. You can add some prawns to level up this meal.

And for the sweet tooth, the tiramisu cheesecake is unbeatable. It’s a slice of gluten-free heaven with a chocolate drizzle and mixed berries.

You can rent their bar, garden, and balcony for corporate meetings, birthdays, and even cabaret shows.


Address: 289 Halifax St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8232 1853

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Fri – 7:30 am to 9 pm
  • Sat – 8 am to 9:30 pm
  • Sun – 8 am to 3 pm


Balaboosta is dishing out some gluten-free pizza that’s anything but ordinary. However, you have to pay a small price of $5 for a celiac-friendly pizza base.

Speaking of pizza, we’re die-hards of their $22 Melanzane with a rich tomato base and a creamy crown of mozzarella. The tangy marinated artichokes are a welcome addition. 

If you’re a fungi fan, the wild mushroom pizza at $21 is your jam. It’s hard to resist this pizza’s wild mushrooms and a sprinkling of baby spinach, all finished off with goat’s curd. 

This popular restaurant can get quite busy, so making a reservation is a wise move, especially during peak dining hours. It ensures you won’t have to wait long for a table.

Two-Bit Villains

Address: Adelaide Arcade, Shop 150, Level one, 111/117 Rundle Mall, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8232 1302

Operating Hours:

  • Mon – Closed
  • Tue – 11:30 am to 3 pm 
  • Wed to Thu – 11:30 am to 3 pm, 5:30 pm to 8 pm
  • Fri – 11:30 am to 9 pm
  • Sat – 11:30 am to 8:30 pm
  • Sun – Closed


Two-Bit Villains perfected gluten-free pub chow. You can’t go wrong with their chili fries, crispy, golden potato sticks kissed by the heat of chili and the creaminess of cheese.

Their trademark The Villains Burger is a meatier alternative. The falafel patty with hummus and sweet chili sauce is so good that it’s almost criminal or, in this case, villainous.

For those who prefer something sweet, their spiced chocolate cake with ice cream and chili will have you plotting your next visit.

Check their website for the updated gluten-free fee. As of writing, it’s $2 per dish. 

Bread & Bone

Address: 15 Peel St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8231 8535

Operating Hours: Daily – 11:30 am to 10:30 pm


Bread & Bone isn’t messing around when it comes to gluten-free burger bites. The only catch is their gluten-free buns will cost an extra $3.

Now, for burgers, go with their soy and ginger mushroom burger. This $23 grub is a wild combo of grilled halloumi cheese, kewpie, watercress, and pickled shallots. 

The slightly more expensive $26 Coopers beer battered fish burger is a knockout too. It’s a local fish fillet drenched in pico de gallo, chili mayo, and lime, nestled in a bed of crisp lettuce. 

Surprise a gluten-free friend with a Bread & Bone gift card!

Rundle General Store

Address: 186 Rundle St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: 0403 894 227

Operating Hours:

  • Mon – Closed
  • Tue to Sun – 8 am to 5 pm

Rundle General Store has cracked the code for gluten-free desserts with their vegan apple pie. This is a cinnamon-kissed treat that’s also Instagrammable.

Their vegan sweet potato pie is a heartier and earthier alternative your palate will root for. Its flaky crust conceals a rich and velvety filling complemented by gentle sweetness. 

And what’s a dessert bash without cake? We love their vegan-activated hazelnut layer cake packing nutty goodness and silky frosting!

Bring home some of their organic and gluten-free products. These include organic milk, pistachio kennels, and a whole bunch of berries.

Veggo Sizzle – Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurant

Address: Shop 4/465 Pulteney St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8918 1513

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Thu – 5 pm to 9 pm
  • Fri to Sun – 12 pm to 9 pm


Our team kicks things off at Veggo Sizzle with their trademark tofu fritters—crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and downright delightful. We dip them in the tangy tomato sauce for extra flavor.

Their Veggo Supremo Balls are also ballin’. Handcrafted with love and packed with fresh veggies and a symphony of herbs and spices, these balls are taking meatballs to school.

But when we’re really hungry, the satay vegan chicken skewers are our usual picks. This gluten-free grub has vegan chicken coated in a nutty, spicy satay sauce.

The most convenient parking spots here are Pulteney St, Delhi St, and South Terrace. 

You can bring your own wine.

The Original Coopers Alehouse

Address: 316 Pulteney St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8223 6433

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Thu – 11:30 am to 10:30 pm
  • Fri to Sat – 11:30 am to 12 am
  • Sun – 11:30 am to 10:30 pm 


The iconic Original Coopers Alehouse has gluten-free pub munchies perfect for your next night out. 

For seafood lovers, they’re serving up gluten-free flathead with a salad, lemon wedges, and tartare sauce for that extra oomph. If you prefer bite-sized eats, the timeless salt and pepper squid is the way to go.

Another must-try is their gluten-free bangers and mash. It comes with a healthy amount of pork snags, mashed potato, and peas, ensuring you won’t leave the pub with hunger pangs.

Visit their website or Instagram to see their weekly specials. 

You can rent their rooms for beer nights and private dinners.

Est Ovest – Osteria | Caffe’ | Aperitivo Bar

Address: Shop 1/111 Angas St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8223 6181

Operating Hours: 

  • Mon to Fri – 7:30 am to 4:30 pm
  • Sat to Sun – Closed


Est Ovest isn’t just serving up gluten-free goodness, they’re casting flavor spells. For the Veggie Lover Pizza, you’ll be in a veg wonderland with its zucchini cream and roasted pumpkin. 

Now, for some meaty magic, check out the Salsiccia e Friarielli! This one teems with fior di latte, fennel sausage, and Grana Padano parmesan—sounds fancy and tastes wonderful.

And for the daredevils, the hot salami has a fiery kick. Its key ingredients include San Marzano tomato, fior di latte, chili-coated hot salami, and olives for that extra zing.

Est Ovest offers catering services, so you can bring their delicious Italian cuisine to your special events. 

Cumbia Bar Kitchen

Address: GR Central Market, 43 Grote St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8221 6879

Operating Hours: 

  • Mon – Closed
  • Tue to Thu – 7:30 am to 5:30 pm
  • Fri – 7:30 am to 10 pm
  • Sat – 7 am to 10 pm
  • Sun – Closed


Cumbia Bar Kitchen offers a gluten-free Latin flavor fiesta. 

If you’re in the mood for a South American classic, the Peruvian ceviche at $23 is a must-have. The Peruvian national dish presents SA kingfish cured in fresh citrus juice, aji amarillo, and aromatic herbs.

And don’t forget the halloumi bruschetta, a gluten-free and vegetarian delight for $14, with grilled halloumi cheese and chopped vegetables. Each plate also comes with balsamic vinegar and Murray River salt, so you know it’s not lacking in flavor.

Visit during their happy hour every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (3 pm to 5 pm) to savor affordable drinks.
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