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.

Last updated on 2nd October 2018

Cinnamon Kitchen

9 user reviews 5

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.

Shane's On Canalside

49 user reviews 4

With a menu geared towards Coeliacs Disease, Shane's On Canalside is full of delicious choices. Grab a spot by the water and enjoy plates such as Wood pigeon breast, beetroot purée, wild sorrel, watercress, and jus; the venue also offers a foraging tour.

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.

Meat People

141 user reviews 4

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.

Gillray's Bar

2 user reviews 5

Gillray's Steakhouse and Bar has plenty of options for gluten free dishes in London. The swanky restaurant is located on the scenic Southbank and specialises in grill food, as well as having a selection of healthy salads.

Bird of Smithfield

12 user reviews 4

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.