Are you looking for gluten free restaurants Adelaide, SA?

When it comes to gluten-free dining, Adelaide plays host to many restaurants, cafes, and bakeries to choose between. Whether you’re in the mood for delicious Thai cuisines, Indian cuisines, some brekky classics, or are just on the hunt for a spot to pick up some gluten-free bread, the city can provide what you’re seeking – you just need to know where to look.

Here are our favourite spots in the Adelaide CBD and surrounding suburbs that are worth checking out for yourself. 

Adelaide CBD 

House Of Chow

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The House Of Chow on Hutt Street has a completely gluten-free menu available, with a little something to satisfy everyone. They have oysters, king prawns, chicken and sweet corn soup, chicken with cashew nuts, honey chicken, Shanghai shredded beef, curried duck, barbecue roasted duck, garlic prawns, salt and pepper prawns, braised long beans, vermicelli with vegetables and mushrooms, and plenty of other vegetarian options to accompany. Head over to the House Of Chow website to see their gluten-free menu or to plan your visit

Hours: Monday to Saturday (12 pm to 3 pm; 5:30 pm to 10 pm) Sunday (5:30 pm to 10 pm) 

Address: 82 Hutt St, Adelaide SA 5000

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Schnithouse 

What we love about Schnithouse on Rundle Street is the gluten free offering on their lunch menu. We can’t look beyond the Margherita pizza, with fresh tomato, oregano, basil, and buffalo mozzarella. They also have chicken schnitzel with sauce, chips and salad. If you’re after something lighter, the super salad is also gluten-free, with roasted pumpkin, feta, rocket, red onion, quinoa, pepita seeds, and a lemon dressing.

Hours: Sunday to Thursday (8 am to 11 pm) Friday and Saturday (8 am to 12 am) 

Address: 260 Rundle St, Adelaide SA 5000

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Lemongrass Thai Bistro 

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When we’re in the mood for delicious Thai cuisine, we head to the Lemongrass Thai Bistro for their range of gluten-free options. The menu includes plenty of classic options, such as green curry, Choo Chee curry, pad Thai noodles, noodle soup, mango stir fry, and plenty more. Head to the Lemongrass Thai Bistro website to see the full menu or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Monday to Friday (11:30 am to 2:30 pm; 5 pm to 10 pm) Saturday and Sunday (5 pm to 10 pm) 

Address: 289 Rundle St, Adelaide SA 5000

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Duke Of Brunswick Hotel 

We never find it hard to pick a gluten free options at the Duke Of Brunswick Hotel since their menu is 100% gluten-free. They have garlic loaf, arancini balls, southern fried chicken wings, dumplings, salads, burgers, schnitzel, fish and chips, steak, ribs, corn fritters, and heaps more. There’s even a gluten-free kids menu, with items for only $12. We suggest sticking around for dessert, with options such as cheesecake, brownies, ice cream sundaes, and more.

Hours: Sunday to Tuesday (11 am to 9 pm) Wednesday and Thursday (11 am to 10 pm) Friday (11 am to 12 am) Saturday (11 am to 11 pm) 

Address: 207 Gilbert St, Adelaide SA 5000

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Ruby’s Organic Cafe 

If you’re looking for a gluten-free breakfast feed in Stirling, we suggesting stopping by the Ruby’s Organic Cafe on Mount Baker Road. It’s always a challenging choosing between the toasted sandwiches, eggs and toast, French toast, and omelettes,. There are even a few sweet treats available, such as banana bread, muesli, crepes, and more. Head to the Ruby’s Organic Cafe website for more information or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Monday to Friday (7:30 am to 4:30 pm) Saturday (8 am to 4:30 pm) Sunday (9 am to 4 pm) 

Address: Shop 3/29 Mount Barker Rd, Stirling SA 5152

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Danny’s Thai Bistro 

Another Thai spot in Adelaide is Danny’s Thai Bistro, with a wide range of gluten-free options throughout their menu. We enjoy the oysters, soup, salads, mussels, curries, soft shell crab, salt and pepper squid, pad Thai, and hot plates. Head to the Danny’s Thai Bistro website for more information or to browse the full menu. 

Hours: Sunday (12 pm to 3:30 pm; 5 pm to 9:30 pm) Monday to Friday (12 pm to 3 pm; 5 pm to 10 pm) Saturday (5 pm to 11 pm0 

Address: 123A The Parade, Norwood SA 5067

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Fish Out Of Water 

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Fish Out Of Water in Hyde Park has an entire menu dedicated to their gluten-free selections, with heaps of variety to satisfy everyone. They have barramundi, flathead, flake, butterfish, whiting, fish bites, salmon, salt and pepper prawns, calamari, crab, and more. There are also a few gluten-free sides available, such as potato cake, seafood sticks, pineapple fritters, chicken nuggets, and dim sims. Head to the Fish Out Of Water website to see their full menu or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Monday to Sunday (12 pm to 9 pm) 

Address: 117 King William Rd, Hyde Park SA 5061

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Cafe Va Bene 

Gluten-free options are scattered throughout the Cafe Va Bene menu. For example, the restaurant offers gluten-free bases on their extensive pizza line-up. Our favourite flavours are the vegetarian, Hawaiian, BBQ chicken, pepperoni, margarita, meat-lovers, and Mexican. If you have a sweet tooth like us, gluten-free cakes and raw slices are available. Head to the Cafe Va Bene website to see the full menu or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Monday to Saturday (8:30 am to 10 pm) Sunday (9 am to 10 pm) 

Address: Lower Gorge Village, 8/636 Lower North East Rd, Campbelltown SA 5074

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The Banksia Tree Cafe

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Located in Port Adelaide, we enjoy the Banksia Tree Cafe for its gluten-free breakfast. The cafe has an all-day brekky menu, with favourites such as burgers, eggs on toast, avocado toast, halloumi and egg rolls, and more. Otherwise, the lunch menu also has a few gluten-free options, including burgers, sandwiches, and salads. For more information or to see the full menu, head to the Banksia Tree Cafe website. 

Hours: Monday to Thursday (7 am to 3 pm) Friday (7 am to 3 pm; 6 pm to 9 pm) Saturday and Sunday (8 am to 3 pm) 

Address: 147 St Vincent St, Port Adelaide SA 5015

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Joan’s Pantry 

We love the delicious range of gluten-free dishes plotted throughout the Joan’s Pantry menu, with a little something to satisfy everyone. They have Penang curry, pork cutlets, king salmon, lamb rump, steak, crispy chicken burgers, wagyu beef burgers, and more. We also found gluten-free options on the kid’s menu, including grilled chicken, squid, and lamb yiros meat – with prices starting from $11.50. For more information or to plan your visit to Joan’s Pantry, head over to the website. 

Hours: Sunday to Thursday and Saturday (8:30 am to 4 pm) Friday (8:30 am to 9 pm) 

Address: 7 Watahuna Ave, Hawthorndene SA 5051

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Beyond India 

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When we’re in the mood for gluten-free Indian cuisine, Beyond India has it all. The menu includes vindaloo buffalo wings, surkh lal paneer tikka, seekh kebab, ajwaini fish tikka, tandoori murg, and heaps more. Head to the Beyond India website to see the full selection or to plan your visit.  

Hours: Sunday to Thursday (12 pm to 3 pm; 5 pm to 10:30 pm) Friday and Saturday (12 pm to 3 pm; 5 pm to 11 pm) 

Address: 170 O’Connell St, North Adelaide SA 5006

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Nature’s Providore 

We like to stop by Nature’s Providore in Malvern for brekky and enjoy their wide gluten-free menu. There are heaps of favourites to start your day the right way – including coconut chia pudding, poached eggs on toast, scrambled eggs, breakfast bowls, spicy beans, and bruschetta. To see the full menu or to plan your visit, head to the Nature’s Providore Facebook page. 

Hours: Sunday (8:30 am to 1:30 pm) Monday to Thursday (7:30 am to 3 pm) Friday (7:30 am to 9 pm) Saturday (8 am to 9 pm) 

Address: 88 Duthy St, Malvern SA 5061

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Nutrition Republic 

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All the food at the Nutrition Republic in Goodwood isn’t only gluten-free, but it’s also free from dairy and refined sugars. It’s always a challenge choosing between the avo smash, power bowls, bircher muesli, chia pudding, granola, eggs on toast, and banana bread. There’s also smoothies, health tonics, coconut water, protein smoothies, and an ice cream bar. Head to the Nutrition Republic website for more information or to see the full menu.

Hours: Monday to Friday (7 am to 4 pm) Saturday (8 am to 4 pm) Sunday (9 am to 3 pm) 

Address: Shop 1/100 King William Rd, Goodwood SA 5034

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Yeti Nepalese 

Yeti Nepalese has a wide range of gluten-free dishes that are hard to resist. The selection includes phulaura, sekuwa, tareko machha, butter chicken, lamb curry, stir-fried prawn, salads, and heaps more. For more information or to plan your visit to Yeti Nepalese, head over to the restaurant’s website. 

Hours: Monday to Sunday (5 pm to 10 pm) 

Address: 1/147 Goodwood Rd, Goodwood SA 5034

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The Seller Door 

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The Seller Door in Brighton offers an all-day brunch menu, with gluten-free options scattered throughout. They have the Moroccan chickpea patty, zucchini pancake stack, granola bowl, salad bowls, poke, and more. We suggest grabbing a healthy smoothies as well – with our favourite flavours being snickers, tutti fruitti, summer vibes, green cleanse, and acai. Head to the Seller Door website for more information or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Monday to Friday (7 am to 3:30 pm) Saturday and Sunday (7:30 am to 4 pm) 

Address: 73 Jetty Rd, Brighton SA 5048

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The Red Mill Bakehouse 

When we’re craving something sweet, we head to the Red Mill Bakehouse in Ethelton for their range of signature gluten-free and vegan cakes. Our favourite flavours includes orange and almond, chocolate chia berry, chocolate berry, chocolate, and carrot walnut. For more information or to see the full menu, head the Red Mill Bakehouse website. 

Hours: Monday to Sunday (6:15 am to 5 pm) 

Address: 139 Bower Rd, Ethelton SA 5015

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Bakery On O’Connell 

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Bakery On O’Connell is located in North Adelaide, with gluten-free rolls available. It’s perfect if you’re eager for a fresh lunch. For more information or to see their full menu, head over to the Bakery On O’Connell website. 

Hours: Open 24 hours. 

Address: 128-130 O’Connell St, North Adelaide SA 5006

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Food For You Especially 

It’s easy to find something to satisfy everyone at Food For You Especially, with a wide range of gluten-free baked goods. Some of our favourite menu options include caramel slice, biscuits, chocolate raspberry brownie, lemon curd tart, macadamia cake, carrot and pecan cake, pizza bases, garlic bread, white loaf, and raisin bread. Head to the Food For You Especially website to see the full selection or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Tuesday to Friday (9 am to 5 pm) Saturday (9 am to 3 pm) 

Address: 93 Walkerville Terrace, Walkerville SA 5081

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Alby’s Gluten-Free Bakery 

Another spot in Adelaide that we like to grab some gluten-free baked goods from is Alby’s Gluten-Free Bakery, located in Flinders Park. Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet or savoury, Alby’s can provide what you’re after. The menu includes savoury options such as pastries, sausage rolls, quiches, pizza, and pies. The sweets selection includes doughnuts, fruit pies, cupcakes, custard tarts, cheesecake, muffins, banana cake, lamingtons, and more. If you’re after some gluten-free bread, there’s chia cob, round rolls, fruit buns, chia rolls, hamburger buns, and more.

Hours: Monday to Friday (9 am to 4 pm) 

Address: 66 Holbrooks Rd, Flinders Park SA 5025

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