Gluten Free not Flavour Free
Coeliac Awareness Week
Wed 10 May
WE’RE NOT INTOLERANT OF GLUTEN INTOLERANCE...
A fan of food but not a fan of those pesky cereal grain proteins? We’ve put together a guide of some of the best gluten free traders and dishes going in the Market. Want more? We’ve also added a Gluten Free filter to our food and drink pages to help you make those all important lunch and dinner decisions.
There’s a huge selection of curries to choose from (most of which are also vegan!) Choose between lamb and aubergine curry, chicken and red pepper curry, vegetarian curry, mixed vegetable curry and tadka dal
All of Nojo’s sweet and savoury crepes are gluten free, plus there are veggie, vegan and dairy free options to boot.
South East Cakery
SE Cakery’s deliciously gooey, Nutella brownies are gluten free and available with the following GF icecreams: vanilla, salted caramel and chocolate
Maize Blaze’s food is all 100% gluten free and vegan friendly, with options including the Colombian Marching Box: succulent grilled chicken, smoked chorizo, sautéed mini potatoes, sweet fried plantain, garlic rice, slow-cooked red beans, guacamole and balsamic red cabbage and mixed leaf salad or the Lean Mean Vegan Machine (which is essentially the same minus the meat!)
Instagram favourite and one of KERB Camden Market’s top traders, Oli Baba’s halloumi fries topped with pomegranate, yoghurt, mint and sumac are 100% gluten free.
Club Mexicana’s infamous nachos with vegan cheeze sauce, black beans, guacamole, tomatillo salsa pink pickled onions and sour cream are all good for coeliacs, plus the rest of the menu can also be adapted.
Crepes a’la Carte
Forget crepes, try a buckwheat galette, made fresh and filled with a variety of toppings, including Emmental cheese, mushrooms, spinach, egg, goat’s cheese. If you have a sweet tooth: homemade salted butter caramel, lemon sugar, butter and cinnamon are all on the menu.
Visit the cookie bar in Market Hall for delicious vegan and gluten free treats, including ice-scream cookie sandwiches and doughnuts. It’s all low fat, low cholesterol and made without refined sugar: it’s practically a healthfood!