When chef Sean Barnes found out in 2009 that he had Coeliac disease (a severe intolerance to gluten), like so many others he was left dismayed at suddenly having to miss out when eating out.
Since then, Sean has been perfecting his gluten-free recipes and he and partner Kate have made it their personal mission to provide delectable, decadent treats to those who have been left wanting for so long!
Nectarine's mission was to create a site that reflected their quirky branding, allowed customers to purchase their gluten-free products online, and also promoted their fabulous Goodness Of Food Café in Carterton. We've captured that in the design, and in the shop you'll find a sumptuous range of cheesecakes, slices and bread for sale. You can also grab a sneak peak at Café delights such as Salmon kedgeree risotto with poached egg and chutney, Ravioli with blackened sage butter and served with garlic bread, and Battered blue cod & chips with side salad.
Okay, I have to stop writing now- my mouth's watering!