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Abokado: Gluten Free Sushi in London


We were having a discussion at work a couple of weeks ago about how it’s very hard to find good sushi that doesn’t cost you an arm and leg in London.

Sliced duck sushiThen out of chance I stumbled across abokado the other day. I was looking for a small (cheap) snack to last me until I got home from my morning of sightseeing and so thought I’d go in and check the place out.

Well imagine my surprise when I realised that items that were gluten free were labelled with ‘gf’ and at least 50% of the products were labelled so! Even better were the prices, Shwrap’s (basically a sushi roll) were £1.49-£1.68 and you could get a meal (e.g. rice paper rolls with edamame salad) for about £5. The only place I have seen similar prices with decent sushi in London so far is at Wasabi (and they don’t label their food as gf or not).

Shwrap – I believe the flavour I got was sliced duck with bean shoots

Whilst it wasn’t as good as getting fresh sushi it definitely satisfied me and at those prices I will be back.

abokado – various stores across London

http://abokado.com/

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Author Information: Petra Aitken, AustraliaPetra Aitken was diagnosed with coeliac disease in late 2009. Soon after being diagnosed she started a blog, now known as Adventurous me,gluten free, as she could not find enough information on the internet about gluten free friendly places to eat in her home city. Since the blogs beginnings it has grown to include anything that helps those with gluten allergies or those cooking for people with these allergies to create and enjoy gluten free foods.
Email: sydgfadventures@gmail.com
Website: glutenfreezones.com
Twitter: sydgfadventures

About Petra Aitken

Petra Aitken
Author Information: Petra Aitken, Australia Petra Aitken was diagnosed with coeliac disease in late 2009. Soon after being diagnosed she started a blog, now known as Adventurous me, gluten free, as she could not find enough information on the internet about gluten free friendly places to eat in her home city. Since the blogs beginnings it has grown to include anything that helps those with gluten allergies or those cooking for people with these allergies to create and enjoy gluten free foods. Email: sydgfadventures@gmail.com Website: glutenfreezones.com Twitter: sydgfadventures

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