Akentannos – 100% gluten free restaurant
Steeliac | Coeliac in Sheffield
by steeliac
1M ago
Akentannos is a lovely Sardinian restaurant on Sharrow Vale Road. Since I last went, they have expanded into the adjacent building and, more importantly, have gone 100% gluten free – so when we were arranging a Christmas get together with some dear friends, we decided to go back. A fully gluten free restaurant really is a massive treat for a coeliac. You get to choose anything on the menu and don’t have to ask tonnes of questions about the food and how it’s cooked, or worry about cross contamination. It really takes the stress out of eating out. It also shows the breadth of food that can be ma ..read more
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No Name Bistro
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by steeliac
1M ago
I’d been wanting to try this Bistro in Crookes for ages, having heard good things about it from a coeliac friend. No Name is a tiny restaurant in an end terrace with about seven or eight tables crammed in, with a creative vibe from the rather eclectic interior design – lots of paintings, photos, musical instruments and even a stuffed seagull flying off with an ice cream cone. The decor in the ladies’ loo was something else – somebody had fun designing this place. The short menu changes frequently and is written up on a large chalk board on the wall (there is an example menu on their website ..read more
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Bank House
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by steeliac
3M ago
Having been to The Dore fairly recently, I decided to have a look online at the menu for its older sister restaurant in Hathersage, the Bank House. The Bank House is situated in the imposing former NatWest bank on the main road. I was delighted and somewhat astonished to find a gluten free bao bun starter on the menu! So we decided, although the menu was a little similar to the Dore, to book in for our next meal out. Spoiler: I found out pretty quickly when I expressed my excitement about the bao bun that it’s incorrectly marked on the menu, so we started off with some inevitable disappointmen ..read more
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Domo
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by steeliac
4M ago
We had a lovely anniversary meal at Domo in Kelham Island. It’s a bit hidden away in the residential areas of Little Kelham Street, but when we arrived in the early evening, it already had a buzz about it. The menu has gluten free options marked on. I’d estimate they make up only between a third to a half of the menu, but that’s still a choice of five starters and eight mains, plus the pasta dishes that can be made gluten free. While you have to search through to find them, there are definitely some interesting dishes to try – I chose carpaccio tuna rolls stuffed with ricotta and caramelised f ..read more
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The Dore
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by steeliac
5M ago
We’ve been to The Dore very soon after it opened in summer, and I’m only just getting round to writing about it. It’s taken so long that we’ve already been back, so I’ve got two meals to tell you about. This place is the new incarnation of what was, for 36 years, the Dore Grill. The owners are the same people behind The Bank House restaurant and cocktail bar in Hathersage, which also looks worth a try. The first time we went in the evening, there were just two of us and we sat inside. The restaurant has had quite a makeover so it’s got a glam-looking interior, with fun decor, playful art and f ..read more
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Ferrero Rocher ice cream!
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by steeliac
8M ago
This was rather a good find in the Tesco Local near me. These are about the size of a Mini Magnum and there are four in a pack. Whilst the Ferrero Rocher chocolates aren’t gluten free, these ice cream bars don’t have any wafer in them, and there isn’t a ‘may contain’ statement on the ingredients either – winner! Inside the chocolate and nut exterior, they have a hazelnut flavoured ice cream with a chocolate and hazelnut swirl through it – a welcome treat in the garden last weekend ..read more
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Nue delicatessen
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by steeliac
10M ago
We’ve been very excited about the opening of this fully gluten free deli in Sheffield by the owners of Akentannos. Last weekend we had the chance to check it out, and bought a few bits for a picnic in Endcliffe Park whilst we were on a family walk. It was such a lovely feeling to walk in there knowing we could eat everything we could see, and not worrying about cross contamination. The counters were crammed with cooked meats and cheeses, pizzas, arancini balls, as well as various sweet treats – doughnuts, biscuits, croissants and three cakes in a separate display unit. There are a few tables ..read more
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Baker’s Chippy, Bradway
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by steeliac
1y ago
The long-awaited new Baker’s Chippy in Bradway is o-fish-ially* now open! This is a new venture by Jack and Stacey Baker who run The Castle Inn, just down the road. They have excellent gluten free options at the new chippy as well as the pub. The strapline on the website is “Not your usual chippy” and that’s definitely right. They do have plain old fish and chips, of course, but they also serve lots of other options, such as monkfish bites, seafood rissoles, battered halloumi, lobster thermidor, mussels and tempura sea bass with katsu sauce. Plenty to choose from there, and there’s a separate ..read more
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Joni at Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet
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by steeliac
1y ago
I went to a stained glass workshop before Christmas with a good friend at Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet. At lunchtime, we popped to the new cafe for a bite to eat. I was delighted to find that the cafe is Joni, who used to sell the most amazing macarons at the Christmas markets pre-Covid. There is another cafe in Outibridge but I’ve never been to that one. We didn’t have loads of time, but I’d pre-ordered a rainbow salad, which was really nourishing and such lovely colours (clue’s in the name…) It contained turmeric roasted cauliflower, marinated chickpeas, avocado, harissa spiced squash, slaw a ..read more
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Rafters
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by steeliac
1y ago
It’s been a while since I’ve posted. Work, summer holidays and family visitors have got in the way – there are always so many competing demands for time. I’ve been itching to write this review since June (!) when we went to Rafters with some dear friends, and I’ve finally got round to it now we’re back in our term time routine and the boys are at Scouts. Of course, Rafters isn’t your average tea out – it’s a high end dining experience, so very much in the market for particularly special occasions (like a small lottery win!) But oh my goodness, what a meal. The entrance to the restaurant is ver ..read more
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