From dumplings to donuts, missing out on delicious food is a thing of the past. Order a delivery, get takeaway if it’s within your 5km radius or add to your post-lockdown list.

A25

With the official stamp of approval from Coeliac Australia, you can dine with confidence at A25. Pizza, pasta and their winning tiramisu await, with plenty of vegan options to boot. Order delivery online, pop in-store for takeaway or cook it yourself with A25 A Casa.

Hella Good

From the owners of Stalactites, Hella Good is serving up Coeliac Australia–accredited souvlaki. Their fresh take includes gluten-free pita bread and homemade sauces. Add chips and finish with rice pudding for the ultimate experience. Available for online delivery and takeaway.

A souvlaki and chips in a box on top of a blue and white checkered cloth. To the left are a bowl of tzatziki, a bowl of rice pudding and a pile of pita bread triangles.
Hella Good

Daniel’s Donuts

Get donuts delivered to your door. The six-pack from Daniel’s Donuts has something for every taste, from Nutella and white chocolate to the classic jam and cinnamon. Find them on UberEats or order online.

Collins Coffee House

High tea at home? Yes please. This delightful pack from Collins Coffee House includes sandwiches, cakes, frittatas and scones for two. Add on a selection of loose-leaf teas for the perfect backyard picnic. Order online for delivery within 35km of the city.

A box with a pink ribbon and bow on the top left corner. Inside the box are assorted pastries, cakes, scones and sandwiches. A sticker on the front says 'Collins Coffee House'.
Collins Coffee House

La Tortilleria

Taco lovers rejoice – everything at Kensington institution La Tortilleria is gluten free. Order a meal kit through Providoor and create your own Mexican feast with tacos, chilaquiles or vegan ceviche. Don’t forget the margaritas!

Spring Street Grocer

Spring Street Grocer is your new favourite virtual deli. Create your own cheese board with provisions like smoked salmon, prosciutto and brie, or select their pre-made platter with gluten-free crackers. Order delivery online or click and collect in-store.

Little Cupcakes

While cupcakes are this bakery’s bread and butter, a highlight from Little Cupcakes is the burnt Basque cheesecake – possibly the only gluten free version offered in Melbourne. Order online for delivery or pick-up within 5km.

A burnt Basque cheesecake on a silver cake board, with a slice cut out.
Little Cupcakes

Mao Please

If it’s dumplings you’re after, Mao Please has you covered. Steamed or fried, these delicious dumplings even come with gluten-free soy sauce. Find them on UberEats or order online to make at home.

Hotel Windsor

Treat yourself with Hotel Windsor’s selection of gluten-free French pastries. Go for the classic vanilla and rum canelé and burnt butter madeleines, or try the miso caramel madeleines for a Japanese twist on an old favourite. Pre-order online for pick-up.

Abla’s

Bring the taste of Lebanon home with Carlton icon Abla’s. The falafel is a sure hit, with plenty of vegan options on the menu alongside kafta and skewers. Takeaway available or order online for delivery.

A large platter of hummous, a bowl of potatoes and a dish with two chicken skewers on a black table.
Abla's

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