Looking for where you can dine this Restaurant Month if you or a loved one follow a gluten free diet? We've got you covered. Check out our guide below which features the restaurants offering great gluten free options this August. 


Bowl & Arrow | $15 for breakfast or lunch

Bowl & Arrow make delicious, fresh, healthy and feel-good smoothie bowls that are perfect for breakfast or lunch. This month, get yourself any smoothie bowl plus a small or medium coffee (or other hot drink if coffee isn't your thing) for just $15. All smoothie bowls are vegan, gluten free, dairy free & sugar free.


Misters | $15 for lunch

For lunch, pop in to Misters for a delicious curry. Both options on Misters' Restaurant Month menu are gluten free - Choti's chettinad chicken curry or cauliflower kofta curry, both served on brown rice.


Mar & Tierra

Mar & Tierra | $15 for dinner or lunch 

Tasty South American delights await at Mar & Tierra, and for Restaurant Month this year get a flavoursome crunchy pork belly arepa for just $15. Visit Mar & Tierra for lunch or dinner to snap up their special Restaurant Month offer.


Le Chef | $40 for a three course dinner

Travel to France this August with Le Chef's Restaurant Month offer. For $40 enjoy a three course meal with plenty of gluten free options. For the entree, choose between Les Famous escargots (snails) in garlic butter or La Salade de Chevre Chaud (warm goat cheese salad). For the main you've got a choice between three equally tasty dishes - bavette sauce au blue & frites (beef flank with blue cheese sauce & fries), veloute de lugumes (creamy vegetable soup), or poisson du jour avec ratatouille (fish of the day served with ratatouille). For dessert, a selection of French cheeses awaits. 


La Zeppa | $40 for a three course meal 

Set in an industrial warehouse with wrought iron candelabras, dim lighting on soft brick, a large open fireplace and an open kitchen on display, La Zeppa has created a unique atmosphere to dine in. Book in for lunch or dinner and enjoy a mouthwatering braised short rib with smoked potato and roasted onion as your gluten free option. 

Sun roof restaurant

Hello Beasty | $55 for a four course meal

Offering a full gluten free menu that is suitable for coeliacs, Hello Beasty is amazing when it comes to catering for different dietary requirements. This Restaurant Month, Hello Beasty is offering a special $55 menu which will have you indulge in a delicious four course meal. Dishes from this gluten free menu include a beautiful sichuan salmon tartare and charred eggplant with silken tofu, cucumber, crispy garlic, shallots, basil, fermented green chilli & yuzu. 

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Everybody’s | $55 for a three course dinner

Just as the name suggests, there's something for everybody at Everybody's! Their special Restaurant Month menu offers two gluten free dishes - Tokyo fried chicken with pickled radish, edamame, sesame seeds & sriracha aioli for the entree and pan fried king salmon with roasted root vegetables, spinach, parsnip puree, orange butter sauce, and lemon caviar for the main course. 

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1947 Eatery

1947 Eatery | $55 for a four course dinner + wine matches

Offering gluten free dishes in both the entree and main course options is the contemporary, yet authentic Indian restaurant, 1947 Eatery. Their Restaurant Month menu features a four course dinner complete with wine matches for each course! The gluten free options for this year's special menu includes Malai chicken with yoghurt, lime soaked lamb chops with masala fries, tender lamb vindaloo, and dum chicken with a cashew and yoghurt based gravy.


Ostro Bar and Brasserie | $55 for a three course dinner

Set in the Seafarers Building this NZ brasserie is a place unrivalled in the central city. This Restaurant Month enjoy a cauliflower & lobster soup or Yellowtail Kingfish crudo with winter citrus, baby fennel, fried shallots, and wasabi cream for your entree and for the main a delicious steaming mushroom hotpot is on the menu for your gluten free options.

Last updated: 28 August 2020