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Foodie Friday - "I don't go out for breakfast as there are less gluten free options"

Friday, July 28, 2017


It's Foodie Friday and the week has absolutely flown by! This week we spoke to Daisy an artisan cafe owner living by the sea in sunny Brighton!

How many time a week do you eat out and roughly how much do you spend?

I eat out approximately twice a week, mainly for lunch or for an early dinner and spend around £15 - £20 if I’m not drinking! I don’t tend to go out for breakfast as there are less gluten free/fat-free options.

Foodie Friday Daisy

What foods can you not eat or wish to avoid?

I can’t eat gluten as I get very ill and I also try to avoid fats (all dairy products, eggs, red meat etc) as my gluten intolerance seems to have made my digestive system weaker!

How do you decide where to eat?

I solely base where I go out to eat on the availability of gluten-free options. If I find a restaurant that understands allergies and intolerances and has taken the time to create a separate menu I feel confident going there. Some restaurants still don’t appear to be as up-to-date with allergies as they should be and it makes me nervous when ordering as I have little faith that the whole team understands what gluten is.

What would make eating out easier for you and allow you to #eatwithconfidence?

Having a menu that is clearly labelled is one of the most important things for me, alongside reassurance that the staff are trained to understand allergens. When staff can confidently answer my questions about dishes on the menu it makes the experience much more enjoyable.

Tell us your favourite restaurant?

Artisan Coffee House and Sandwich Sar in Kemptown, Brighton. All the staff are fully trained in all the food allergens and are very helpful!!Kafoodle’s software works to help people like Daisy #eatwithconfidence. With 67% of allergen sufferers eating out less due to a lack of choice and 50% of coeliacs having given up trying to eat out altogether, there is still a lot that could be done to help those with allergies.You can find out more about what Kafoodle can do for you here or by contacting us directly at: or on 02033710450We'd love to hear from you!

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