According to the Coeliac Society of Ireland, 1% of the Irish population have been medically diagnosed with coeliac disease, which equates to 47,500 people. However, recent Bord Bia research has found that one in five Irish adults are regularly shopping for gluten-free products.
We at Just Eat feel like dietary restrictions shouldn’t restrict you. So we’ve compiled the ultimate Gluten-Free Takeaway Guide – what you should order and where in Ireland.
Chips if they are cooked in the same oil as battered fish. Chips or fish with a gluten free batter cooked in the same oil as battered products using gluten are not gluten free.
Wheat noodles and soy sauce.
Bread such as Naan
Poppadoms are usually made with rice and lentil flour. Make sure these are cooked in oil that has not been used to cook gluten containing foods.
Lentils constitute a key part of vegetarian dishes and are good gluten free options.
Sauces are mostly thickened with chickpea flour or yoghurt rather than a wheat based starch, so are safe for people with coeliac disease, but do check.
You can order gluten-free Indian food from Bombay Pantry on Just Eat.
Conventional bases are unsuitable for people with coeliac disease.
Did you know most Mexican food is naturally gluten-free? With tons of options, it is one of the most versatile cuisines for those who eat gluten-free. Veg, meat, beans and rice are all coeliac friendly making the Burrito Bowl the most popular option.