Friday, 1 November 2013

Vozar's: A 100% Gluten Free restaurant that takes all your worries away!

The boys who brought the excellent CELIA gf lager to the UK are behind the 100% gluten free cafe Vozar's housed in the lively foodie haven of Brixton Village market.

It sits in the space that WagFree, the gluten free bakery which we have come to know and love, occupies during the day. The menu is all gluten free, the first of it's kind in London. Chef Martin Vozar who has previously headed up a fine dining gluten free restaurant in Prague has brought his expertise to London.


We started with fresh tomato and basil Bruscetta, served on WAGFree's signature GF bread. Martin has created the perfect gluten free breadcrumb which is used on his deep fried cauliflower with tartare sauce. What a treat it is to have something fried without having to worry what else went into the fryer! It's doubly enjoyable to wash your meal down with a gluten free beer!

The main courses are very generously portioned hearty fare, expect to find things that you have missed for years! There's the salmon fishcakes or a very tender, juicy homemade breaded Chicken escalope with garlic butter. 

I highly recommend the slow cooked beef stew with smooth mash potatoes. It's the perfect warming food for winter.

I had completely stuffed myself by this point, having eaten lots of bread and butter to start with which I'm not used to! But to pace yourself and make room for dessert. They serve WAGFree's delightful and delicate tarts with the most delicious homemade raspberry sorbet I've tasted.


Vozar's is a great place where even the most nervous of coeliacs will enjoy eating out.

Opening Times:

Monday - closed
Tuesday and Sunday 11.30am - 4.30pm
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday - 11.30am - 11.00pm
Saturday - 10.30 - 11.00pm


Gluten Free Knowledge: ★★★★
Gluten Free Range: ★★★
Taste: ★★★★
Atmosphere: ★★★




What do other gluten free folk think? Check out Vozar's on Gluugle.com!

1 comment:

  1. Your food looks delicious! I can't wait to go for a proper meal there, I have long been a fan of the WAGfree corner of Brixton Village.

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