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Calling all gluten-free foodies! This one’s for you.

Heading out with friends? Craving a pub meal? Too lazy to cook but don’t know where to go? We’ve found five more restaurants in Canberra that have amazing gluten-free options—and no, they aren’t just salad.

You’re welcome.

Capitol Bar and Grill


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If you’re craving an elevated dining experience, look no further than Capitol Bar and Grill at Canberra’s very own QT. Their new menu (that’s right—brand spanking new) includes many delicious options that can be made gluten-free. Think Claire De Lune Oysters served with mignonette and lemon, Lamb Short Rib from Junee with salsa verde, and toasted cumin, as well as Brussel sprouts served with malt vinegar and honey. Simply let them know about your dietary requirements and enjoy.

Public Manuka


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Just want a classic pub meal? Look no further than Public in Manuka. With a modernised pub menu that covers more than a classic chicken schnitzel, you can choose from pizza, salads, crispy skin salmon, and plenty of snacks (hello antipasto board). It’s a perfect option for a night out with friends. Espresso martini anyone?

Monster Kitchen and Bar

Pushing the culinary boundaries in Canberra since it opened as the show-stopper venue within the Ovolo Hotel, Monster Kitchen and Bar is known for its amazing menu. But the best part is as they continue to champion vegetarian cuisine in innovative ways, they can also make a majority of the menu gluten-free (yes…including dessert).

The Alby


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Have you been to Woden’s new local? There’s something for everyone, including your gluten-free friends. Start with BBQ chicken wings before digging into a double-smoked bacon cheeseburger that’s slathered in sweet mustard, tomato, Spanish onions, and cheddar. No need to ask for fries with that. And don’t forget to head down into the Basement which has a definite Mexican bent—featuring pizzas, among other things.

Two Blind Mice

Want casual dining but not so casual food? Two Blind Mice in Curtin offers all your pub classics—and a good chunk of them can be made sans gluten. Perfect if you love seafood linguine (with mussels, crab, cherry tomatoes, and half of a Moreton Bay bug), pork belly (with parsnip puree, cinnamon apples, and pickled carrots), or even a KFC burger—run, don’t walk.

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