Somewhere that did catch my attention though was a cafe on the corner of a road that seemed to head out of the main part of the city, on the window is a massive "we offer gluten free" sign. Something that will never fail to grab my attention.
All the sandwich filling options are given on a board behind the sandwich bar, the board states that all can be done gluten free and there is also dairy free cheese available. There was a lot of variety on the boards, from your standard fillings to something a little different. I opted for sweet chilli prawns after checking with the staff that the sweet chilli sauce was gluten free, the lovely server told me it was and wrote down on her notepad that it was to be a gluten free sandwich.
A few minutes later I was served my sandwich and I must say it was lovely, sweet chilli prawns isn't something you see very often. There was a little display of gluten free cakes by the counter too so I decided to have one of those to, these weren't homemade like some of the other cakes but were bought in off a local gluten free cake maker.
Another nice note I saw on one of the boards was that they could make any of the drinks with soya milk, something you see in some cafes but not enough. Overall it was lovely, tasty food and knowledgeable staff, ideal when you just want a sandwich while out shopping, more towns and cities should have a place like this.