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100% Gluten Free, All meals and foods at Merak GF are house-made and gluten free (and many egg, dairy & GF options).

MerakGF is a family owned and run business that caters to the whole family aspiring to bring everyone beautiful GF foods & groceries, cakes, coffee & more…! At Merak GF you can enjoy a range of delicious Gourmet Gluten Free Foods from our all day breakfast, lunch or Friday & Saturday night menus.

MerakGF are known for AMAZING coffee and their absolute speciality is their DELICIOUS GF cakes, all freshly baked! If you love their cakes, they also bake & prepare beautiful event cakes for a variety of occasions and you can also pre-order a GF and/or VE Grazing Box & many other delicious GF treats.

Merak also stock an assortment of Gluten Free Groceries and or egg, dairy, soy & GF products.

Business status: OPERATIONAL


Image from – Merak GF * House-Made GF Chicken Curry Pie

Photo by: Merak GF

Photo by: Merak GF

Photo by: Deborah G

Photo by: Merak GF

Photo by: Merak GF


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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