Nutie Is Bringing Its Gluten-Free (and Mostly Vegan) Doughnuts to Sydney's CBD
After slinging GF goodies in Balmain for a year, Nutie is popping up on Pitt Street with doughnuts, wagon wheels and lemon meringue pies.
People of the gluten-free world, do we have some news for you. Nutie, Sydney's much-loved maker of GF donuts, is moving into the CBD for winter. Having opened its first shop in Balmain last year, the team is now gearing up to bring sweet hits to the city's ravenous 9–5ers.
The announcement is a big win for vegans, too. Nutie peddles a stack of plant-free creations, including black bean brownies, wagon wheels, rocky road and lemon meringue pies. Meanwhile, among the gluten-free doughnuts, you'll find all kinds of marvellous flavour combos, such as pink Champagne, black sesame and green tea.
If you must insist on eating something other than dessert, then dig into Nutie's savoury menu, which is packed with sangas, salads, buddha bowls and cauliflower pizzas. And, yes, they're all utterly devoid of gluten.
Nutie is giving away 300 donuts to celebrate the beginning of their CBD adventure. Get there at 10am (or earlier) on Wednesday, May 23 to land your paws on one.
Nutie will open at shop 9 in the Hunter Arcade, 109 Pitt Street, Sydney on Wednesday, May 23 at 10am. It'll then be open from 7am–5pm Monday to Friday until at least September. For more info, visit the Instagram page.
Published on May 10, 2018 by Jasmine Crittenden