The Good Place Debuts Gluten-Free Food Eateries in Australia

Celiac.com 05/09/2019 – My Kitchen Rules show finalist, Scott Gooding, is not a household name in the U.S. However, with a bit of luck, his new, Good Place, health-centered free-from eateries are fast becoming a household word in Australia. Everything on the Good Place menu is gluten and soy free, and most items are low in carbs and sugar.

The restaurant is slated to debut locations in Blacktown and Central Park in Sydney, and Buddina and Surfers Paradise in Queensland. Gooding’s Sydney South restaurant is now open at Westfield Miranda. 

Open 24 hours a day, every day, the restaurant features breakfast lunch and dinner. Dishes include a Kakadu Smoothie Bowl with coconut cream, MCT oil, Kakadu plum and peanut butter, and the pesto omelette – with chargrilled greens.

Dinner items include a vegan curry, tender ox cheeks in a sticky sauce, with chargrilled greens, and a 12-hour slow-cooked lamb with roast potatoes and Café de Paris butter.

For the sweet tooth, The Good Place features semi-freddo made with raspberries, dark chocolate, coconut, macadamia and coconut kefir, and Raspberry Floater, a house-made chocolate ice cream floated in hemp organic kombucha.

For those of drinking age, they offer numerous “health-conscious” cocktails, and certified organic wines on offer. Good Place also goes the extra mile, and sources all their produce in a sustainable and ethical way, when possible.

Learn more about The Good Place at thebrag.com

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