Blanchies on Leisure

Blanchies on Leisure

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Blanchies is a Coeliac Friendly cafe, they are not 100% gluten free but take all the right steps to avoid cross contamination and every item on the menu can be gluten free. They specialise in gluten free food and know what they are doing.

Blanchies is open for breakfast, brunch and lunch 5 days/week and also does catering. At Blanchies they have lots of 100% GF options on the menu, and other items like burgers/ sandwiches can be altered to be GF. The fryer is 100% GF, meaning all the chips 🍟 battered fish 🐟, Loaded Gems, Veggie Patties & Famous Chicken Schnitzels 🐓 to name a few items, are ALL GF…. The best part is no-one notices anything different as it’s all cooked fresh and is amazingly delicious 🤩 The team is also cross contamination aware.

At Blanchies all coeliac meals are prepared and cooked separately. All the Grilled & Fried food is 100% Celiac Safe. All Schnitzels, Battered Fish, Beef Patties, Crumbed Cutlets, Nachos, Squid & Sauces are made in house fresh daily & using the best quality produce and all is made Gluten Free.

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