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My top 10 places to eat Gluten Free in Barry

People ask all the time “Can I eat gluten free anywhere in Barry?” The simple answer is “yes”. In fact, there are so many I struggled to narrow it down to my top 10!

I’ve tried to keep it pretty varied so hopefully there is something for everyone. I’ve got you covered for Italian, Mexican, Greek and even our traditional British favourites!

There is no particular order to these restaurants that are featured


After a full breakfast or something on the lighter side and you want to enjoy this with a beautiful view of Barry Island? Whitmore+Jackson is the place to go! My weekly go to for a catch up with friends.

Butty Bach

With gluten free buns, a separate fryer for their fries and using gluten free flour to make the cheese sauce that tops their show stopping loaded fries, Butty Bach are my favourite go to for a naughty burger! Available for collection, delivery and dine in on Holton Road.

Meat and Greek

Based at the Goodsheds, Meat and Greek have a special place in my heart. The first place to offer gluten free and they covered every base when it comes to catering for Coeliacs! Check out my full review:

Review: Meat and Greek

Casa Paco

I’m not entirely sure I can put into words how grateful I am to have this little restaurant in my town. Nothing is too much and they’re always finding new ways to make sure I don’t miss out on their classic menu items!

I cannot recommend their deep fried Brie enough – It’s my favourite starter!

Casa Paco are my go to for a ‘proper home cooked’ Sunday roast. Available for collection, delivery and dine in on Broad Street.

Pre-order recommended. Give them at least 24 hours notice for any adaptation requests so they can make sure they have the ingredients readily available.

The Bab Haus

Another Goodsheds based gem. Since opening they’ve made great adaptations to their menu and food preparation to accommodate gluten free customers. If your favourite cuisine like mine is Mexican or you just love a flavour punch then you really have to try The Bab Haus!

Food For Thought Delicatessen

They’re the most friendly, family run business and the heart of Barry’s High Street. Offering sweet treats and an endless variety of jam packed rolls, this is my favourite place for gluten free on the go. Pre-order recommended (01446 735711)

Note: Gloves are changed and orders are prepared separately for gluten free customers.

The Little Olive

Everyone loves Italian and even more so when it’s authentic and from a family run business. They can adapt most of their pasta options gluten free and even have pizzas available too. Everything is so fresh and full of flavour – they just had to make my top 10! Based on Broad Street The Little Olive is a personal favourite for a date night or family meal.

Maggie Jo’s

From hearty breakfast options to amazing gluten free cakes, Maggie Jo’s have got you covered. This little gem is located on High Street where you can enjoy the quirky, vintage vibes whilst supporting a friendly, family run business!

Mrs Marcos

This place comes highly recommended for dog walks and family days at Porthkerry. Offering a variety of sandwiches and a some gluten free sweet treats, it’s the perfect place to have a little pit stop.

The Sausage Revolution

Based on the Atlantic Trading Estate it’s a little easy to forget about The Sausage Revolution as it lacks the footfall a lot of other places benefit from. Nevertheless, their food is too good not to shout about.

You can eat in and be greeted by their amazing customer service or order on Deliveroo for delivery and enjoy from the comfort of your own home.

I grab the ‘Dirty Dawg’ with the ‘Spicy Diablo’ sausage and upgrade to a gluten free roll. A very exciting breakfast roll!

Thank you so much for taking the time to read. I hope this has helped you find new places to eat and enjoy – Remember this is only my top 10 there are so many more great places featured on my socials!

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