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Beyond Bread, London

by Amy Fothergill

Traveling gluten-free used to be much more difficult. Now, many of the major cities you might visit will have at least one gluten-free bakery. If you like to travel and eat, I encourage you to research this beforehand. Hopefully, your sightseeing plans will intersect with that fabulous bakery or restaurant.

When I asked my family what were the most memorable restaurants of our world trip, we started listing places. We had driven across the US and been in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and Italy. There were so many to choose from! But when my daughter said "Beyond Bread," I knew that was the one.

I can cook almost anything gluten-free. I went to culinary school many years ago and was able to teach myself how to make gluten-free cakes, doughnuts, pies, etc. But pastry? That is another story. So for us, when we find a bakery that can create high-quality desserts, we get a little giddy.

I had heard about the dedicated bakery Beyond Bread from a few blogger friends who had been to London. After seeing posts with some delicious looking pastries, I knew I needed to make this a priority on our next visit. The first trip was to the Beyond Bread counter at the Selfridges Food Hall (Selfridges is a department store). I met up with another Instagrammer, Rachel, The Sight-Seeing Coeliac. My lunch was decent but the pastries? Oh. My. God. The bread was delicious, too. Afterward, as I was eating this decadent chocolate custard danish while walking down the street, all I could think was "I am not sharing this with my kids!"

A few days later I went to their bakery at Charlotte Place and met Cara Boatswain, editor of Australian Gluten-Free Life Magazine, for breakfast. I had a similar experience where the breakfast was good, but the pastries and bread were outstanding. But how nice is it to be able to order safe eggs, beans, bacon, and waffles? If you look at their menu, you will see that they offer many items without dairy, nuts, and yeast. I always appreciate when an establishment provides options. The quality of the items is also very high. The cafe is cozy and nicely furnished. If you are in London and these photos make your mouth water, I highly suggest stopping by.

 

About the Author

Amy Fothergill, also known as The Family Chef, is the author of the award-winning gluten-free cookbook, The Warm Kitchen. She is also a chef, cooking instructor, blogger, and soccer mom (she even plays herself!). This past year, she and her family traveled across three continents, discovering historical sites and the best gluten-free restaurants, bakeries, and products along the way. Amy hopes to inspire others to travel and cook gluten-free. Be sure to follow her Instagram @amythefamilychef and her website.

 

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