Brought to you by the man behind Ottolenghi, NOPI offers a predominantly Middle Eastern and Asian menu divided into Fish, Meat and Vegetables, with several gluten free options.
The dining room is sleek and service is friendly and polished.
Shoryu Ramen is a Hakata tonkotsu ramen restaurant with a few locations in central London. Whilst there is not a specific gluten free menu, gluten free options are highlighted on the main menu and include hirata buns, chicken kara age and salmon tatsuta age.
Afternoon Tea at Claridge’s
Indulge in the British tradition of afternoon tea at Claridge’s in the grand and elegant Art Deco foyer.
This decadent treat, with its selection of over 30 teas, exclusive tea-infused jam and Devonshire clotted cream, is now available as a gluten free option.
The Modern Pantry
The Modern Pantry by Anna Hansen serves excellent food in light, bright surroundings in Clerkenwell. Chose from a host of gluten free options on their breakfast, all day or weekend brunch menus.
The restaurants also has a large terrace to make the most of the sunshine in the summer months with alfresco dining.
It’s great to hear that high-end Chinese food can be enjoyed in London if you are gluten intolerant!
Having recently launched their second UK restaurant in Covent Garden, Sticks’n’Sushi combines the Nordic and Japanese cultures successfully, with their sleek Scandi décor and exciting Asian flavours and combinations.
There is an array of gluten free options on the menu, including their signature yakatori sticks and sashimi. Read our guide to the best Japanese restaurants in London.
Treat yourself to L’Eto Caffé’s delicious homemade cakes and savoury delicacies, made to eat in or to order.
There is a nice selection of gluten free options, including the chocolate fudge cake and a variety of salads and stuffed vegetables.
The Good Life Eatery, Chelsea
The theme of sustainability reigns in The Good Life Eatery, from its health-inspired gluten-free menu to the reclaimed décor.
Offering a variety of nourishing and wholesome treats, such as protein-rich smoothies, vegetable juices, healthy (and gluten free baked goods) and super food salads, this is the place for a healthy pick-me-up.
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