There is good news for those who need to follow a gluten free diet because Little Bay Restaurants have just introduced gluten free pasta and beer to their menus. The new additions are influenced by tennis ace Novak Djokovic, who has been making food headlines since his switch to a special gluten free diet – which some believe may have had a positive influence on his game.
For those intolerant to the protein found in wheat, barley and rye, every little helps when it comes to eating out and it’s good to know where there are clear gluten free choices.
The modern European restaurant chain Little Bay was founded by Peter Ilic, who created a news frenzy in February 2009 by telling customers to pay what they thought his food was worth at the group’s Farringdon branch. Although some people were aghast at this move, it turned out to be an overwhelming success and was hailed as an innovative promotions tool in difficult times.
Diners can sample the new gluten free menu at the four Little Bay restaurants in London and as Peter Ilic commented: “This menu will not only benefit those suffering from coeliac disease, but will bring Londoners a new healthy, yet tasty dietary option. If we can get Londoners to be as energetic and successful as Novak, London will be a much happier and healthier place!”