An American style diner which has just recently arrived in Edinburgh has launched a GF accredited gluten-free menu – meaning people with coeliac disease can now get their Fifties diner fix at all 35 Ed’s Easy Diners across the UK.Thrilled to be the first burger chain to be accredited by Coeliac UK, the national charity for people with coeliac disease, the new menu offers a mega 85% of the dishes from the non-GF menu. Now Ed’s fans needn’t miss out, as they’ll be one of the first ever burger chains to serve gluten-free buns alongside fries, as well as GF hot-dogs!Ed’s have worked hard to keep in all the ‘greats’. With fifteen burgers to ponder over including the Smoky Joe’s with Cheddar cheese, griddled onions and smoky BBQ sauce; Chickpea & Quinoa or Chicken ‘N’ Bacon BLT, plus five hot dogs, you wont be spoilt for choice.
This is fantastic news for Coeliac sufferers in Scotland, it would be really good if other places followed suit across the rest of the country. Being accredited by Coeliac UK means