Heatherbraepies have 3 locations- Heatherbrae, Ourimbah & Sutton Forest and are open 6am to 9pm daily.
In 2020 they started a gluten free range and take cross contamination seriously, to ensure they are coeliac safe. Their GF range is made in a separate dedicated gluten free kitchen, individually seal and stored in there own little oven bags and have separate thongs. The GF range includes a CHUNKY STEAK pie, chicken pie and vegan pie, as well as some delicious sweets. The gluten-free pies are also dairy-free and are handmade using very high quality ingredients. You can also purchase them frozen to take home for another day. They also have cookies made in a dedicated gluten free kitchen, stored in there own jar with separate thongs.
The Heatherbrae location is just off the freeway and a great pit stop when traveling to grab a quick Gluten Free pie, they even have drive through service. When I visited a few years ago, they had sold out of my usual chicken favour and I was only able to try the GF vegan pie, it was filled with zucchini, carrot, chopped walnuts and a touch of Harissa spice, it was a little soggy but pleasant and a quick/ easy/ safe, pit stop on my long drive from Sydney to Brisbane.
Whilst coeliacs have reported safe dinning at each of these restaurants, remember to always be your own health advocate and let the restaurant know your specific needs. We recommend calling ahead to discuss ways to avoid cross contamination so you have a safe and confident dining experience.
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