14 Great Gluten Free Spots For A Perfect Valentine's Date

For the sexy coeliac in your life...

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Coeliacs have a bit of a raw deal - they can't eat the majority of delicious beige foods out there. 

So, if you happen to have a gluten free human in your life, treat them this Valley's Day by bringing them to somewhere where they can have practically everything on the menu.

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Need some inspo for where to go? Check out these 14 suggestions...

1. The Woollen Mills, Lower Ormond Quay

So dedicated to their customers that they'll even do gluten free onion rings to go on your burger. Hunreal.

2. The Farm

Two locations, one great Valentine's Day menu with loads of options for anyone avoiding gluten. 

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3. l’Gueuleton, Fade Street

Go for lunch and get their gluten free Croque Madame - the stuff that dreams are made of!

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4. Carluccio’s

They can tweak just about everything on the menu to be gluten free - even their pastas and antipasti boards. 

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5. Mak at D6

Brilliant Chinese in Ranelagh that does gluten free versions of crispy prawns, sweet chilli chicken and much more.

6. Manifesto, Rathmines

Hands-down the most authentic gluten free pizza in the city.

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7. O'Connells, Donnybrook

Traditional Irish cooking with heaps of choice

8. Milano's

With new processes in their restaurants to eradicate cross contamination, you can't go wrong with a fully gluten free meal of beers, pizza and a delish brownie for dessert.

9. Saba, Drury Street

You can opt for their Caveman Menu, or choose from plenty of gluten free dishes on the normal menu.

10. 101 Talbot Street

Good luck trying to only pick one thing off the menu!

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11. Botanic Garden Café, Glasnevin

Valentine's Day is on a Sunday so why not visit the Botanic Gardens and then have some gluten free treats here after?

12. Yamamori

Japanese food is always a winner, plus you have three Yamamoris to chose from in the city centre. Just make sure to ask for gluten free soy sauce when ordering.

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13. Fallon and Byrne

Whether you fancy the wine cellar or the glam restaurant upstairs, coeliacs certainly won't go hungry here!

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14. Beshoffs, Dame St

Embrace your inner romantic: "Sure doesn't I ride ya, and buy ya chips?!"

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For more info on gluten free establishments across the city, check out the Coeliac Society of Ireland's website.

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Written By

Fíodhna Horan Murphy

Fíodhna is deputy editor of Lovin Dublin and the Lovin Group. She's mad into music, gigs, cans by the canal and anything leopard print.

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