Address: Carrer Abaixadors, 10, 08003 Barcelona
Housed in Barcelona’s cool Borne district, La luna is a chic and elegant place to kick off your evening. The interior is high ceilinged and the bar / restaurant are atmospherically lit, the bar boasts sleek metal furnishings, acres of smart, dark wood and numerous comfy leather armchairs in which to lounge with a drink.
The service is excellent, the food great, and cocktails the best this city has to offer. Serves gluten-free food.
Address: Carrer del Perill, 13, 08012 Barcelona
Located in Gràcia, Gut is a great restaurant providing incredible food experiences for everyone. The menu is full of health-conscious and allergy-friendly options such as gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, lactose-free and egg-free). This restaurant is coeliac-friendly. The atmosphere is super nice. You’ll eat while listening to a great playlist of chill & relaxing tracks. Definitely a must.
Address: Carrer Tamarit, 104, local2-4, 08015 Barcelona
Lolita Taperia is a bar, a vermouth (Saturday afternoon), a restaurant and a bistro. They serve gluten-free tapas. Fun diner guaranteed with a very friendly staff .
Address: Carrer de la Llibreteria, 1, 08002 Barcelona
Founded in 1951 Can Conesa has specialized in the elaboration of home made hot rolls / sandwiches, preparing them on special griddles designed by ourselves, that cook our specialties without oil, making our rolls / sandwiches a healthy and appetizing meal, well known to our clients who have accompanied us during four generations. Conesa offers over 30 varieties of certified gluten-free sandwiches. #Recommended
Address: Passeig de Gràcia, 24 Bis, 08007 Barcelona
El Nacional is the first restaurant in Barcelona with different areas where we can try traditional recipes from around the Iberian Peninsula, prepared with high quality produce in unique surroundings. Located at the heart of Passeig de Gràcia, it reflects Barcelona’s social and cultural life. Offers multiple gluten-free beers and snacks. A must.
Pastisseria Jansana Gluten Free
Address: Carrer de Balmes, 106, 08008 Barcelona
Jansana’s Bakery is one of the first bakeries to food intolerances and celiac disease in Catalonia for more than 75 years of work combining tradition and know-how to offer a high quality product. They make their own products in a workshop and guarantee that their products are made according to strict production control process.
Given the growing community of celiac disease and the reduced range of products tailored to the needs of these consumers, they offer a range of products suitable for celiacs 100% without sacrificing good taste and the small pleasures of pastries.
Address: Carrer de Benet Mateu, 08034 Barcelona, Spain
In the Santagloria family they have been dedicating more than 50 years to the bread and the craft cakes. Always respecting that traditional way of doing things, transmitting the technique generation after generation and being faithful to some ingredients that have never failed them: effort, raw materials of first quality and above all, much Love to bread. You will find a few gluten-free options in Santagloria bakeries. We’ve just referenced one here but there are a few across the city. More on the app.
Address: Carrer de Pallars, 230, 08005 Barcelona
Simply the best gluten-free pizza and pasta in Barcelona. Let you Italian food craving out and go get some treats at Mammamia.
Address: Carrer de la Cera, 57, 08001 Barcelona
Located in one of the most mythical streets of Barcelona, La Calle de la Cera is where Catalan rumba was born. This old Lebanese restaurant has preserved some parts of the decoration, some semi-arches and a spectacular Arab roof carved by hand in the plaster inside the premises.
The homemade kitchen delivers high quality tapas and above all unbeatable prices. You will find gluten-free options there and we’d highly recommend you check this place out when you’re in Barcelona.
Restaurant En Ville
Address: Carrer del Dr. Dou, 14, 08001 Barcelona
The En Ville restaurant forms part of an emblematic building known as the “Casa de vecinos de Ramón Mumbrú” (House of the neighbours of Ramón Mumbrú), located in the heart of the Old Town of Barcelona and designed and built by Rafael Guastavino in 1877.
The menu references dishes prepared with products that do not contain gluten and are suitable for celiac patients.
This is just a sample… plenty more gluten-free spots are awaiting you on Gluten-Free World! Get the app today and start your journey with us.
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Ed & Nikita — GFW Team