Best Gluten-Free Restaurants In London
Whether you're avoiding gluten due to diet choices or after Coeliac-friendly dining, we're making your choices that bit easier. From Thai dishes in Soho to Brick Lane's finest seasonal plates, read our recommendations of the best gluten-free restaurants in London and get munching now.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Looking for gluten free restaurants in East London? The Gate prides itself on serving only the finest, seasonal dishes with top-quality ingredients. Offering plenty of options to cater to all dietary requirements, this Brick Lane spot is sure to have you dining in style.
A stone's throw from Oxford Circus, Ping Pong Soho serves up dim sum and plenty of cocktails, making it the perfect stop-off after a shopping trip. Their sumptuous gluten free offerings include honey glazed spare ribs and black prawn dumplings.
Fancy a slice of gluten-free pizza? Over at Tamesis Dock, a barge bar that floats on the River Thames in Vauxhall, you can tuck into just that. Flavours include pepperoni and chilli, and goats cheese and caramelised onion, as well as a tasty vegan chorizo number.
The Old Crown in Holborn is offering a delicious gluten-free roast; a miso-glazed pointed hispi served with crispy spuds, carrot and swede mash, vegetables, a Yorkshire pudding and lots of gravy. To follow? Chocolate brownie and ice cream, as well as a bloody Mary.
Who said dietary requirements should stop you from enjoying fabulous food? Not Smoky Boys West Drayton. Head along to their fabulous bar, restaurant and outdoor terrace, for a delicious range of gluten-free bites, along with some pretty epic live DJs come Friday night.
Why sacrifice on flavour or service, when you can head to Simmons for their gluten-free bottomless afternoon tea. Not only do they offer a mouthwatering range of menus for those with allergies or intolerances, but they also all come with unlimited bevvies.
Found on the stunning St Katherine Docks, Cote is a gorgeous spot to indulge in a bit of French dining. Even better? This joint has a menu devoted to gluten-free goods, which features a vast selection of delicious eats, from cassoulet de Toulouse to roasted seabass.
For those in need of a top-notch gluten-free spot in the city, then be sure to check out BOBO Social. This Elephant & Castle eatery offers a range of options from small plates to an epic brunch menu. You won't want to miss out on this.