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Published March 25th 2013
As a newly diagnosed sufferer of Coeliac disease, eating out has become a scary, often painful and embarrassing pastime. Gone are the days of visiting new restaurants and choosing the most delicious sounding thing on the menu.
That is... until I discovered Red Robyn Cafe in Camberwell.
Not only catering for coeliac disease with a menu that is 100% (you heard me correctly) gluten free, Red Robyn also considers the numerous other allergies affecting diners such as egg, nuts, dairy and even fructose.
At incredibly reasonable prices and a menu to make you drool on the spot, one can indulge in the delights that we thought were lost forever like scones, pancakes and french toast. Also on the menu is a large range of Vegan dishes.
You'll spot Red Robyn Cafe tucked away on Camberwell Road by the cute Robins out the front and the long line of enthusiastic diners. Never fear though, the wait is worth it and the friendly staff are more than accommodating by offering to call you when a table is next free.
So do not wait any longer fellow allergy-sufferers. Indulge at the Red Robyn cafe and pick anything and everything off the menu without a care in the world.
Ahh, I understand your pain! I'm not a coeliac but I DO seem to have problems eating gluten (or at least too much of it). I am also having problems eating dairy, so I totally get what a lonesome experience it can be going out to eat when there is just so much on the menu that you can't! This sounds like a good one to add to the to-do list :)