20 "Gluten-Free Options" restaurants in London.
Theo’s is Camberwell’s go-to for top quality pizza, as well as sandwiches, cocktails, and everything you need in a restaurant.
Set in an old Victorian warehouse, the King’s Cross branch is the brightest and airiest of the Dishoom restaurants.
The Covent Garden location of trendy Indian restaurant Dishoom is the original, and also the smallest.
Thanks to a lovely verandah and excellent views, the Shoreditch branch of modern Indian restaurant Dishoom is one of our favourites.
Abeno is lovely Japanese spote in Bloomsbury specialising in okonomi-yaki, but it's also worth visiting for sides like the tempura, and beef karaage.
Andina Notting Hill serves Peruvian dishes in a laid back restaurant. It’s perfect for all occasions, from a tasty brunch to a big boozy evening.
Head to Peruvian restaurant Casita Andina for a cool but low-key dinner in Soho. Don’t blame us for your pisco hangover tomorrow.
The Peruvian dishes at Andina in Shoreditch cover a ton of situations, and the dining room is a place you’ll want to hang around.
Sodo is a pizza restaurant on the Upper Clapton Road in Hackney, serving some of the best sourdough pizzas in London.
Chef Yotam Ottolenghi’s flagship restaurant serves modern Middle Eastern-sharing plates in a stunning, upscale dining room.
Like the others, the Notting Hill location of Granger & Co has healthy-ish salads, sandwiches, and small plates perfect for breakfast and lunch.
Like the others, the King’s Cross location of Granger & Co has healthy-ish salads, sandwiches, and small plates perfect for breakfast and lunch.
Peruvian restaurant Ceviche is one of the best restaurants in Soho for a casual dinner with friends, and a couple of pisco sours.
Granger and Co is a studiously inoffensive all-day Australian-style restaurant serving fresh tasting pizzettas, burgers, salads.