All posts tagged: exmouth market gluten free

Gluten Free Gathering at Great British Pizza

*PLEASE NOTE: GREAT BRITISH PIZZA HAS UNFORTUNATELY CLOSED* Gluten Free Gathering – definition: Coeliacs and assorted GF dieters get together. Eat good food. Drink good booze. Chat to other lovely GF people, have a fun and worry-free night out. Sound good? Last week I attended the first ever GF Gathering at the Great British Pizza Company in Exmouth Market. It was an absolute treat. The event was organised by Kim McGowan of Naturally Gluten Free, and this is what she has to say: ‘Each unique event, aims to be a truly positive, dynamic and rich gluten free experience. Come and eat amazing GF food together at independent venues, run by passionate people. Absorb knowledge from inspiring speakers from across the food world. Take part in guided tastings, see cooking demos, get health advice, taste new products, do tours, meet GF authors… and so much more. Chat and share your favourite products with others, your favourite restaurant and blogs. It’s about inspiring each other.’ – GF Gathering blog The tickets cost £20 and included: – A drink (glass of wine for me!) – A share …

Hummus Bros Gluten-free Launch

  Last week Hummus Bros invited myself and a bunch of other lovely gluten-free bloggers, company reps and coeliacs to sample their new GF menu. Hummus Bros is one of those cool London restaurants I’d been meaning to visit for yonks. I may have visited quicker if I had been aware of their super useful interactive allergen menu, or their amazing homemade hummus (Hummus? Houmous? Hummus.), or the extent to which they accommodate coeliacs and gluten-free dieters. Hummus Bros serve up simple, fresh meals, all based around their staple homemade hummus. That evening they had prepared a set menu for us made up of a selection from their new gluten-free menu. I love the start-up story. ‘Hummus Bros was born on a glorious hot day in May 2003, when, as two college friends, we were searching for something filling and healthy that would taste great, and still leave some change for drinks at the Union Bar. Passing on the usual options of pizza or sandwiches, we stumbled out of a small specialist delicatessen with three basic ingredients: pitta bread, hummus and olive oil. In …