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One of my lovely blog followers in Barnstaple told me about Henry's cafe, and after nearly having an 'I'm-starving-and-can't-find-anything-gluten-free-to-eat-that-isn't-cake' strop, I suddenly remembered I was yet to try it.
I was already close to tears, having found out my local M&S have STOPPED stocking gluten free sandwiches (a trend I seem to have noticed is worryingly increasing in my area - but that's for another, much angrier blog post!).
I didn't know where to turn, but thought Henry's was definitely worth a try, even though it was a cafe and I needed to be in a different town for work within the hour!
The menu looked great - with a range of sandwiches, meals and even fry ups with gluten free sausages.
They very kindly told me they could make me a gluten free sandwich to take away, and, over-excited after resigning myself to hunger, I chose a bacon, brie and cranberry filling.
I'm not sure what bread they used, but the sandwich was great!
A generous filling, and at a great price too - I would seriously reccommend Henry's to anyone in Barnstaple!
Henry's is situated at 18 Joy Street, Barnstaple, North Devon.