Mildreds, serves internationally inspired vegetarian food which is made daily on the premises. Catering for vegetarians, yet popular with omnivores, Mildreds offers friendly informal service in a lively atmosphere coupled with excellent value for money.They use organic ingredients where possible and endeavour to source small businesses for our supplies. Delicious food with friendly service. The one downside is how popular this place is. MENU
It's a go-to place for breakfast and lunch, the food is absolutely delicious and really affordable! Great food. Everything is vegan, rawfood gluten-free, etc. Portions were a bit small in relation to the price, but overall a great experience. Service is okay. Additionally, this is a mini health food store and they had a surprisingly expansive collection of foodstuffs such as lentils, various spices, matcha powder, coconut water, and other items you would find in a Whole Foods.
Cote is a small chain but still reeks of typical French brasserie fare, both in atmosphere and presentation, which is casual. The food is very good and knowing that the kitchen and servers had knowledge of and experience with gluten free requirements. MENU
Really top fish and chips, not cheap but well worth it. Delicious fish and chips from a relatively up-market chippie. Oliver's now does GF fish & chips every Wednesday, due to popular response. MENU
Gluten-free buns are available at all of their restaurants, ask a member of staff for details when ordering. They constantly deliver perfectly pink and wholesome burgers, with great accompanying ingredients. You really couldn't go wrong the way they do things. The chips are also top notch with their rosemary salt. Have a market veggie fritter burger. Served on a hot, slightly toasted bun, the market veggie fritter (cauliflower and other delectable veggies) burger is finished off with a slightly spicy cucumber and yogurt sauce. MENU
Bill’s Soho restaurant has become a very popular destination in the heart of this hip area of London. Parquet floors, leather club chairs, chandeliers, vintage mirrors, and plenty of other signature Bill’s features, give it a real sparkle.Atmosphere is great, very friendly service and the food excellent. For Saturday breakfast, this place is really quite cosy. And the range of gluten-freeoptions is really nice. Cute and satisfying afternoon tea that doesn't cost a fortune!. Also great brunch. MENU
Healthy and delicious, charming veg restaurant. Gluten free and vegan options, and reasonably priced. Cash Only. This is one of those little gems in central London that consistently serves great "home" style food at an affordable price. Yes the menu is small but it's always different and always awesome! A very unassuming restaurant tucked away in Covent Garden on Neal Street. The staff are friendly and patient. MENU
Hummus Bros is about natural quality produce, handled and prepared with care to produce exceptionally fresh and delicious food free from preservatives or additives. We use fresh vegetables, fresh herbs, fresh meat and fresh bread. They source produce using sustainable and local sources where possible. The restaurant is quite small and can get pretty loud during lunchtime but it's nice otherwise. The service staff was nice and when asked about their vegan options they were very accommodating. MENU
Otto pizzas are basically savory "American" toppings served on a cornmeal crust. The crust is crunchy and thicker than a lot of European pizzas. It's gritty and slightly sweet. A nice contrast to the savory toppings. The pizzas here are REALLY good! They're all cornmeal crust pizzas so they're gluten-free. Otto has a great selection of creative pizzas, and their concept of ordering one or two different slices is original. Their cornmeal crust is incredibly tasty and while fills you up, doesn't make you feel gross. You probably won't even need more than one or two slices! MENU
They believe that organic food is best, and should be kept in its natural state. This means raw, or only carefully cooked dishes are at our healthy food restaurant, with as many organic and whole food ingredients utilised as possible. Vantra doesn't use gluten, onion, garlic, vinegar and the food is free from GMOs, microwave usage and it's all vegan. MENU
The small café is unique in featuring fresh handmade organic muffins absent of fillers. IA nice place for those with (and without) gluten intolerance to grab a treat and wander around the marketplace and/or watch those omnipresent street performers! Aside from the muffins, the coffe and tea are great. They boast about their frozen yoghurt and that too is good.
Very authentic French restaurant. The starters, grilled mussel and steamed mussel, are amazingly delicious. Food is always delicious, great wine selection, served by fabulous friendly people. Amazing value for money. They have fantastic gluten free options along with hearty vegetarian entrées. MENU
This is a family run classic Italian joint. The food is always fresh, tasty, cooked to perfection and served with a BIG smile. They also cater for Gluten intolerance and Vegetarian diners. It's so hard to find good pizza and pasta that are gluten free. This place is amazing you will not know it is gluten free. A little corner of Italy in the heart of London.
Byron knows how to make a proper hamburger and that is nothing new, the fine quality meat it uses as well as the simple and fresh garnish results in some of the finest burgers you can get in London. Bryron burger won't let you down - tasty patties, excellent sides and some lovely beers on the drinks menu. Options include gluten free)\ and lactose free. The inside is cute and retro, with pastel colors painted in blocks on the wall and diner-style table and chairs. MENU
The food served at Zucca is based on the traditional Italian kitchen. However, they adopt a progressive interpretation of this style without following food trends, but in turn maintaining a creative element which draws it's inspiration from all over the world. Vegetables are a main focus bringing a lightness and balance to the dining experience. They also pride themselves on their home-made bread and ice creams. They are part of the slow food movement.