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Best Gluten Free Restaurants In London
Whether you're avoiding gluten due to diet choices or suffer from Coeliac Disease, it can be tough eating out. Fortunately, there are a great selection of gluten free restaurants in London, all of which serve delicious meals without making you feel like your missing out. Read our recommendations for the best places for gluten free eating in London and get munching now.
Located near Liverpool Street, Cinnamon Kitchen has a comprehensive gluten free menu with each dish clearly marked with suitable options. From hand-picked Devon crab salad with burnt shallots, through to King Prawn malai curry with spinach and coconut and poriyal, the Indian restaurant makes sure all their dishes are utterly delicious.
With various outposts across the city, Rosa's Thai Cafe is a top choice for gluten free eating in London. The Thai restaurant dishes up steaming curries and salads using fresh Asian flavours; if you're a veggie, they also have a huge selection for you.
Not only a place to eat gluten free in London, Inamo also has a seriously swish technological side. Head to the Pan Asian restaurant for sushi and sashimi dishes along with an interactive ordering system, cameras into the kitchen and electronic table games.
Doubling as a gastro pub and live music venue, Paradise By Way of Kensal Green serves gluten free food in London. The venue has a variety of private dining rooms and quirky seating areas to enjoy dishes such as slow roasted lamb with parsnip puree, and Lebanese beef tartare with pickles and horesradish creme friache.
Located in Islington, Meat People is a quirky date spot that is also an excellent gluten free restaurant in London. The venue is housed in a Grade-II listed greasy spoon and serves ethically sourced meat from kangaroo steaks through to ribeye.
The Jones Family Project look after gluten free eaters with an entire special menu. The Shoreditch restaurant makes sure they put on plenty of options, from duck breast with broad bean puree through to Loch Duart Salmon served with sweet potato and baby aubergines.
With an emphasis on seasonal and British eating, Bird of Smithfield brings gluten free dining to Farringdon. The restaurant is set in a Georgian townhouse and serves dishes such as pan fried stone bass, roasted Cornish turbot and aged fillet of Scotch beef.
Pho are a firm favourite for authentic food at affordable prices. With over a quarter of their dishes being vegan-friendly, a substantial amount of gluten-free dishes and venues across London, this is s a great place to check out whatever your dining mood.
Arepa & Co's second site lives on the buzzing Paradise Row in Bethnal Green, offering vibrant Venezuelan cuisine in an equally stylish setting. Swing by and expend your palette to the fiery flavours of cachapas, rice bowls and arepas, with plenty of GF options.
One of London's prettiest restaurant bars, Kensington's Zuaya offers Latin American dining in a gorgeous setting. Decked out in plants and plush furnishings, it's a beautiful spot to tuck into a selection of creative sharing plates inspired by the cuisine of Spain, Brazil, Mexico and Peru.
Specialising in dry-aged steaks, sushi and seafood, Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill is chock full of gluten-free options. Set in the heart of the swish area, the restaurant is part of the Gordon Ramsay group; expect excellent service, high-quality dishes and a sturdy wine list.