If you’re on the hunt for gluten-free restaurants in Brisbane, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve made a list of the best gluten-free eateries in the CBD and surrounding suburbs that are worth checking out.

Brisbane eateries are consistently expanding on the city’s ever-growing offering of gluten-free foods – some of which even seem more appetising than their gluten-riddled counterparts. The only challenge now is choosing between them – with gluten-free Indian restaurants, Asian cuisines, bakeries, and more plotted throughout the city. 

Gluten free Brisbane CBD

Brisbane is a great place to eat, swim and relax. The CBD is very business focused but there a still heaps of restaurants and cafes with heaps of Gluten Free meals to choose from.

Corbett And Claude 

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Located on Elizabeth Street, Corbett And Claude have plenty of gluten-free options scattered throughout their menu. We found salads, chicken bites, gnocchi, risotto, and more. For those in the mood for something sweet, the panna cotta is hard to resist. For more information or to browse the full menu, head over to the Corbett And Claude website. 

Hours: Sunday to Thursday (11:30 am to 11 pm) Friday and Saturday (11 am to 11 pm) 

Address: 283 Elizabeth St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

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Libertine Restaurant And Cocktail Bar 

For those in the mood for delicious, french-Vietnamese cuisine, we think Libertine Restaurant on Petrie Terrace is a worthy gluten-free option. The menu consists of many gluten-free dishes, such as seafood, salad, pork belly, hot pots, stir fry, and more – plus a gluten-free creme brûlée for dessert. See the Libertine Restaurant website for more information or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Monday to Thursday (5 pm to 10 pm) Friday and Saturday (12 pm to 12 am) Sunday (12 pm to 10 pm) 

Address: 5/61 Petrie Terrace, Brisbane City QLD 4000

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I Heart Brownies 

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I Heart Brownies is located in the Wintergarden on Queen Street, dishing out an impressive assortment of sweet, gluten-free brownies. We found it hard to choose between chocolate, double chocolate, cherry coconut, Jaffa, mint, raspberry, salted caramel, and peanut butter. Aside from Queen Street, the store also has locations in Bowen Hills and the Sunshine Coast, which proves to be very convent. Head to the I Heart Brownies website for more information or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Monday to Thursday (9 am to 5:30 pm) Friday (9 am to 8:30 pm) Saturday (9 am to 5 pm) Sunday (11 am to 4 pm) 

Address: Wintergarden Shopping Centre Queen Street Mall, Brisbane City QLD 4000

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Madame Wu

Madame Wu’s on Eagle Street has an entire menu consisting of gluten-free options, extending from the entree to dessert. The lineup features Asian fusion cuisine, with favourites such as roasted duck, stir fry, fried rice, clams, and more. The accompanied views of the Brisbane River were also quite welcome. See the Madame Wu website for more information or to browse the full menu. 

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

Address: 71 Eagle St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

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Nodo

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When we’re on the hunt for a stellar gluten-free breakfast/ brunch spot in Brisbane CBD, we find that Nodo on Elizabeth Street is an easy win. The menu consists of many gluten-free favourites, such as eggs Benedict, toasties, smashed avo, eggs, and more – you can’t go wrong. See the Nodo website for more information or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Monday to Friday (6:30 am to 4 pm) 

Address: 300 Elizabeth St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

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Sake 

With a dietary menu dedicated to gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, and vegan options, Sake is a great dining spot for those with any dietary restrictions. The menu consists of a sushi bar, miso soup, chicken karaage, lamb chops, duck breast, and heaps more. Head over to the Sake website to browse the full menu or to plan your visit. 

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

Address: Pier, Level 1/45 Eagle St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

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Remy’s 

Remy’s in Paddington is home to an assortment of mouth-watering burgers, with gluten-free buns available for an extra $1. We loved the variety on offer, with bacon cheeseburgers, spiced chicken, grilled eggplant, vegan burgers, and more on offer. A breakfast menu is also available, along with salads and sides. Head to the Remy’s website for more information or to see the full menu.

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

Address: 106 Latrobe Terrace, Paddington QLD 4064

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It’s Mirchi 

With an organic menu, free from gluten, sugar, nuts, and dairy, It’s Mirchi is a great dining option for those with dietary restrictions. On the menu, we found salads, plant-based bread, chicken tikka, garlic prawns, curries, and more. For more information or to plan your visit to It’s Mirchi, head over to the restaurant’s website. 

Hours: Monday to Sunday (4:30 pm to 9:30 pm) 

Address: 284 Given Terrace, Paddington QLD 4064

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Wilde Kitchen 

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The Wilde Kitchen in Teneriffe is home to a wide gluten-free selection, with a variety to suit everyone. The menu includes gluten-free smoothies, along with all-day favourites like açai bowls, avocado toast, pancakes, waffles, porridge, trifle, and heaps more. See the Wilde Kitchen website for more information or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Monday to Sunday (6:30 am to 3 pm)

Address: Macquarie St &, Florence St, Teneriffe QLD 4005

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Miss Bliss Wholefoods Kitchen 

The Miss Bliss Wholefoods Kitchen has plenty of gluten-free options on their all-day menu to choose from – including free-range eggs, smashed avo, burgers, and more. For kids, there’s even the ‘Baby Bliss’ with the choice of either soft boiled eggs and soldiers or chia pudding with yoghurt. To browse the full menu, head over to the Miss Bliss Wholefoods Kitchen website. 

Hours: Monday to Friday (6:30 am to 3:30 pm) Saturday and Sunday (7 am to 3 pm)

Address: 1/85 Vulture St, West End QLD 4101

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Ciao Gelato 

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If you’re looking for a gluten-free dessert joint, consider swinging by Ciao Gelato in Nundah.- with a menu consisting of gluten-free and nut-free treats. Some of our favourite flavours include peanut butter, chocolate caramel, butterscotch and white chocolate, cold brew coffee, dark chocolate, mint, and pistachio (just to name a few). For more information or to see the full selection, head over to the Ciao Gelato website. 

Hours: Tuesday to Thursday (12 pm to 9 pm) Friday and Saturday (12 pm to 10 pm) Sunday (12 pm to 8:30 pm) 

Address: 1/1207 Sandgate Rd, Nundah QLD 4012

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You Came Again 

Everything is gluten-free at You Came Again in West End, with bar snacks, tapas, and dessert all on offer. The menu never seems to fail us, with favourites such as crispy fries, vegan meatballs, sliders, tofu, seasonal greens, walnut brownies, and heaps more. Head over to the You Came Again website for more info or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Monday to Thursday (4 pm to 9 pm) Friday to Sunday (12 pm to 10 pm) 

Address: 245 Boundary St, West End QLD 4101

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Chu The Phat 

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Chu The Phat has a menu entirely dedicated to gluten-free options, with mains, desserts, starters and more on offer. We continue to enjoy heaps of the menu’s favourites, including chilli chicken, stir fry, steamed tofu, and more. Head over to the Chu The Phat website for more information or to browse their gluten-free menu. 

Hours: Sunday to Thursday (12 pm to 9 pm) Friday and Saturday (12 pm to 10 pm) 

Address: 111 Melbourne St, South Brisbane QLD 4101

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La Lune Wine Co

The La Lune Wine Co also has plenty of gluten-free options scattered throughout their menu, ranging from white fish and smoked spatchcock to panna cotta for dessert. With the variety on offer, we always find something for everyone to enjoy. For more information or to see the full menu, head over to the La Lune Wine Co website. 

Hours: Tuesday to Thursday (4 pm to 11 pm) Friday and Saturday (12 pm to 12 am) Sunday (12 pm to 11 pm) 

Address: 44 Fish Ln, South Brisbane QLD 4101

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Whisky Business

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If you’re looking for a gluten-free brunch spot in Brisbane, Whisky Business in Capalaba always provides us with heaps of options to choose from. The menu includes banana bread, scones, fruit salad, pancakes, vegetable fritters, bacon and eggs, eggs Benedict, omelettes, calamari, dirty fries, salad, burgers, fish, milkshakes, and heaps more. The venue also has a kid’s menu, with options such as bacon and eggs, nuggets, cheeseburgers, and more – with meal prices varying from $9 to $12. For more information or to browse the full menu, head over to the Whisky Business website.

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday (7 am to 2 pm) 

Address: 4/200 Old Cleveland Rd, Capalaba QLD 4157

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Flour And Chocolate 

Flour And Chocolate in Morningside offers a range of gluten-free bread, sweets, cakes, and more – perfect for when we’re on the hunt for a gluten-free bakery. Some of the gluten-free sweets on offer include brownies, cakes, and more. Head over to the Flour And Chocolate website to see their full offering or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday (6:30 am to 2 pm) Sunday (7 am to 1 pm) 

Address: 4/621 Wynnum Rd, Morningside QLD 4170

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Botanica Real Food

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Located in Red Hill, Botanica Real Food serve up their freshly baked gluten-free cakes every day of the week. With flavours such as buttercream cupcakes or cinnamon and ricotta streusel, there’s a little something to satisfy every tastebud. Head over to the Botanica Real Food website for more information or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Monday to Friday (8 am to 6 pm) Saturday and Sunday (9 am to 5 pm) 

Address: 9/1 Enoggera Terrace, Red Hill QLD 4059

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Jocelyn’s Provisions 

Jocelyn’s Provisions in Albion, Fortitude Valley, and Camp Hill have gluten-free cakes on offer. Some of our favourite flavours include the chocolate and raspberry cake and chocolate cake. With the generous variety on offer, including cakes, sweets, bread, and more, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at Jocelyn’s Provisions. Head over to the website for more information or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Monday to Friday (7:30 am to 4:30 pm) Saturday (7 am to 4 pm) Sunday (9 am to 3 pm) 

Address: 97 Sandgate Rd, Albion QLD 4010

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Two Teaspoons 

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There’s plenty of gluten-free options on offer at Two Teaspoons in Sinnamon Park, with brownies and carrot cake available to satisfy any sweet tooth. Though if we’re in the mood for something savoury, there are also sandwiches available. Head over to the Two Teaspoons Facebook page for more information. 

Hours: Monday to Friday (5:30 am to 3 pm) Saturday and Sunday (7 am to 1 pm) 

Address: 21 Goggs Rd, Sinnamon Park QLD 4073

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G-Free Donuts 

We always spot G-Free Donuts around Brisbane’s many marketplaces, dishing out their delicious, gluten-free circles of goodness. You can pair a gluten free donut with raspberry jam, salted caramel, or custard to add an extra kick of flavour. To find out where G-Free Donuts will be next, head over to their website. 

Address: 75 Blackwood St, Mitchelton QLD 4053

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Gluten-free restaurants Brisbane

Brisbane is home to an awesome range of gluten-free restaurants and eateries, extending from the heart of the city to the surrounding suburbs. Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet or savoury, the city can deliver – with gluten-free Asian cuisines, gelato joints, bakeries, Indian restaurants, whole food eateries, and heap more options on offer. The only problem now is choosing from the variety available.

Next time you’re looking for a gluten-free meal in Brisbane, consider stopping by and enjoying the delicious food at one of these restaurants above.