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Niche – 100% Gluten Free restaurant in Clerkenwell, London

Niche is a 100% gluten free restaurant in London, an independent haven for coeliacs serving ‘Best of British’ food. Located just down the road from Sadler’s Wells, Niche is nestled in one of London’s loveliest and poshest neighbourhoods. I’ve been wanting to visit ever since I read Wandering Gluten Freely’s rave review, and I finally managed it a couple of weekends ago with my friend Mel. The Food Deep fried gluten free things are still a novelty to me. As such, I feel duty-bound to try them all. I had the ‘NFC’ (Niche Fried Chicken). “Free range buttermilk chicken coated in millet flour spiced crumb, with aioli & BBQ dips”. It was divine. The basket is deceptively small-looking – you actually get a lot of fried chicken for your £. I love ketchup and mayo as much as the next person, but it made the meal a bit more special to have homemade sauces. I had a basic side salad with the chicken (not pictured), which was fine. Mel went for a Chicken Burger with Superfood Salad instead of a bun …

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Gluten Free in Leeds: 2 Oxford Place & A Nation of Shopkeepers

When Gluten Free in London became gluten free in Leeds. I am just back from a whirlwind trip up North, reliving uni days and soaking up the city with my friend Louisa. In-between bottles of Elephant wine, dancing to Massive Attack and discovering what awful people we are in games of Cards Against Humanity, we managed to squeeze in a visit to a 100% gluten free restaurant, 2 Oxford Place.  Read on for my review, as well as my other favourite discoveries in Leeds (one of which serves gluten free beer!). 2 Oxford Place What is it? 2 Oxford Place is a cosy 100% gluten free restaurant in the heart of Leeds. The food is traditional(ish) British food, done well. Simple, tasty, not faddy. A safe haven for coeliac diners. The Food Louisa and I visited for an eat-until-you-can’t-move dinner and a reviving post-night-of-drinking brunch. We tried a mish mash of things and enjoyed every one of them. The fried chicken, the chips and the sticky toffee pudding were particular highlights. Clockwise from top left: Venison sausages with mash and gravy, cute business cards, …