Eating good quality gluten free food, mainly in Edinburgh
Red Box Coffee
How often have you been on the go and got totally caught short in a place with no gluten free options? If there were more places with the approach to gluten free quality food as Red Box Coffee in Haymarket Station, it would be a thing of the past.
While visiting I picked up a small bag of things to try and my gluten-eating teenage testers and I tried the Dundee cake, the brownie and a chocolate chip muffin, as well as the bacon and avocado sandwich. This food did not last long and was declared as good as the “normal” versions. I was particularly impressed by the very “normal” sandwich – I haven’t eaten a sandwich as good as this in a long while.
So when you are next on the train to Glasgow, you know where to fetch your sandwich and coffee. And with the super “naked” cafe, Gramms, opposite, life in Haymarket for the gluten free eater is definitely looking up.
The opinions, reviews, and suggestions on this blog are my personal views and experiences. I am not a medical expert. As with any gluten-free dining and travelling experience, it is eat at your own risk and you should always alert any restaurant or cafe to your requirements.