Vozars is a former GF bakery turned GF restaurant in Brixton market. The ever-changing menu is small, but affordable, and they’re completely GF, including GF beers, and repeat visits entailed great home cooked food and friendly service. Excellent value for money despite being GF. Approximately £10-15 per head including drinks (a slightly ropey glass of £3 rose for me)
Menu changes daily, so you won’t be as lucky as me to have….
Pork belly and luscious mash, £8.50 (I know… what??!!! :p)
Chicken strips sandwich was somewhere around the £6.50 mark, on repeat visits, there was different bread, which is no mean feat for a GF restaurant, and a treat (in London, anyways), for those who are genuine coeliacs, to actually have a wealth of choice.
Eat here! GF or not, it’s yummy
For the hungry coeliac in Soho, Carnaby Burger Co is a relatively safe option. I won’t write a lot as the food was kinda bland. Photos were non-existent (yes, even worse than my normal amateurish nonsense), as the lighting’s pretty bad. We also had macaroni cheese (with a lot of bacon, yum, and chicken breast, sarcastic yay), and nachos.
Things were definitely GF-safe, proved so on repeat visits, but also massive portions and tbh kinda bland, get bored about half way through (although I am of spoilt, asian multi-dish eating culture). Burgers (eg. below) are definitely the best option, as they’re actually quite delicious.
Side note: Leave a big tip! This restaurant is the most poorly planned/ designed restaurant I have ever been to. I think it may be run by new graduates. It’s a horrible rabbit warren, and the worst day of the shittiest job I’ve had (and I’ve had some shitty shitty jobs), would be better than working here. The staff here are lovely and helpful and understandably frazzled. They deserve a lil extra for putting up with this crap.
GF and non-GF burgers
There are scores of reviews for this restaurant, so you know it’s ace. However, I have a really REALLY good friend who is highly sensitive to gluten, so places like Honest Burgers are great, because they are actually knowledgeable and will look out for you in a reliable but non-pushy way. And will be v tolerant of a friend who is uber paranoid since a near poisoning with Colman’s mustard (contains flour ) .
Non-GF (bacon cheese) is in the front, GF (chicken)n is in the back. The buns are from a deservedly reputable bakery in Brixton, the GF was not as fluffy as the non-GF however, the taste of both burgers was great. As ordered, chips crispy and nice too.
Bill all in about £30 for two, including a green salad (simple, fresh, lovely, can’t go wrong unless you don’t like vegetables, weirdo) and a fair bit of wine.
Waiting staff are awesomely cute, lovely and helpful too, so tip loads 😉