100% of 7 votes say it's celiac friendly

7 Elizabeth St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia Directions

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Are at the sister restaurant Stalactites and rave reviews on the souvlaki ! This is a very safe and delicious choice

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Favourite place in Melbourne. So safe and have a GF certification presented! The souvlaki’s are unreal and the chips are also amazing. Cant recommend enough!

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So exciting to be able to have a safe GF souva at the end of a night out. Two thumbs up from me

Celiac friendly?

Yes

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This establishment is NOT a dedicated gluten-free facility and may not be safe for those with celiac disease. Please contact the establishment directly to inquire about safety precautions.

Gluten Free Features

  • Bread/Buns
  • Dedicated Fryer
  • Dedicated Kitchen Space
  • Fries

Categories

  • Late Night
  • Lunch
  • Restaurant
  • Takeout

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Gluten free lamb souvlaki and hot chips with aioli dipping sauce
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Staff is very knowledgable about Celiac, they are even Celiac Certified by the Australian Association. Had the Hella Snack Pack with marinated chicken and Gf pita. This really was hella good !! Would recommend everyone, GF or non-GF to go here !

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Hella Good in the Melbourne CBD had some "hella good" souvlaki 👌. Small take-away joint tucked in right across the road from the final tram stop at Elizabeth St / Flinders St Station. Food was great, they had gluten free pita bread which costs $2 extra as every business does, and was well worth it. Tasted too good for me to believe it was gluten free bread 😂 Clearly labelled dips in the display with the Coeliac GF sticker to let you know which ones are gluten free. Staff was friendly and reassuring that there was no risks of contamination. They also told me they also own Stalactites Greek restaurant in Lonsdale St. Decided to try this place after I heard from the Coeliac Australia website that Hella Good and Stalactites have both recently become accredited coeliac restaurants. I will definitely be going back, and I'd love it if this business becomes a franchise all over Melbourne.

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Coeliac Australia accredited, so completely safe GF deliciousness. Had the lamb souva which wasn't bad at all. The chips are something special.

Celiac friendly?

Yes

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