Gluten Free Options at Syndey International Airport

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Gluten free works author Petra Aitken

I was traveling to NZ earlier in the year and because I had chosen Air New Zealand’s seat + bag option I wasn’t going to get any food on the plane. I therefore searched the airport for morning tea (to have at the airport) and lunch (to take on the plane). I noticed that Black Tonic Espresso Bar had a selection of gluten free muffins and therefore decided on the raspberry one for morning tea. I was pleasantly surprised, it was moist and actually tasted pretty good!
Gluten free raspberry muffin

Gluten free raspberry muffin

I felt in safe hands when seeing this sign…
gluten-free-black-tonic-allergies

Allergy information at Black Tonic Espresso Bar

For lunch I decided on sushi from Itacho Sushi. You can eat there or use the “Sushi Express’ option for takeaway. Just remember when getting sushi to avoid anything with tempura, teriyaki and soy sauce (I often take along my own soy sauce when going out for sushi). The sushi was good, not the best I have had but definitely satisfying.

I also noticed that Santos had a number of gluten free options both savory and sweet.

It’s great to know that there are options available at the airport for those of us who are gluten free!

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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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