Friday 13 November 2020

Instagrammable Restaurants & Cafes in London (With Gluten Free Options) 2020

After a (very long) blogging break, I am back! After some momentous life changes, including moving to London and getting a busy new job and social life, I found myself not having the time to create and develop recipes anymore. But now that we are in Lockdown again, I thought I would use this time to share some of what I have been up to and the food I've tried over the past few years.

I'm starting off by sharing some of my favourite Insta-worthy London restaurants and cafes for you to visit once Lockdown 2.0 is lifted and we are free again! There are so many beautiful restaurants and cafes in London but these are the ones where I have tried and tested their gluten free options.

Circolo is a popular restaurant just off Oxford Street. The food is amazing and the decor is stunning. I had the gluten free options of a burrata followed by a tuna steak and polenta skewer.

2. Linnaean Living, Nine Elms

Linnaean is a beautiful restaurant with a spa & salon. The food is healthy, based on seasonality, sustainability and nutrition; there are plenty of gluten free options. It is a calm place and I left feeling satisfied and refreshed.

3. Coppa Club, Tower Bridge

This restaurant was on my list for years. It is pretty hard to get a reservation but their outdoor igloos overlooking The Shard and Tower Bridge were totally worth the wait. The food is delicious and reasonably priced and they have a separate gluten free menu.

4. Dalloway Terrace, Fitzrovia

Dalloway Terrace is a fully heated outdoor terrace at The Bloomsbury Hotel. With its seasonally changing decor displays it is the perfect Instagram spot. I went during autumn so it was adorned with beautiful autumnal leaves. The staff were so lovely and there are good gluten free options including gluten free fish & chips.

With branches in Knightsbridge and Marylebone, Feya is a beautiful cafe with stunning decor and lots of gluten free options.Check out my post on the Knightsbridge branch.

6. EL&N Cafe, South Kensington

EL&N is famous for their pink decor and floral walls, perfect for a girlie brunch or morning coffee. I visited the Brompton Road branch, they didn't have lots of gluten free options but they made me gluten free eggs royale.

7. Clerkenwell Grind

Grind has branches all over the city, their menus are marked GF and you can have bottomless prosecco! I had the chicken to soak up all that prosecco. Click here to see more.

Kutir is hidden behind the door of an elegant Chelsea townhouse. You have to ring the doorbell to go in and then you step into a small sophisticated hidden gem. The Indian food is divine and the decor is beautiful

This cute little coffee shop is really close to London Victoria. Its so pretty and they have a few gluten free cake options.

Hush is expensive but worth it. A beautiful restaurant and amazing food. They have an allergen guide that they will go through with you to help you choose your food. You can read my post here.

Located on the 38th & 39th of the Heron Tower, the views out of the floor to ceiling windows at Sushisamba are incredible. They have a separate gluten free menu. Read my post here.

Everything at Natashkino is pink, gluten free and dairy free! It is a boutique shop and takeaway. Read my post here

With stunning views across London and open 24 hours a day, Duck & Waffle is the lerfect place to get your foodie fix at any time day or night. See my post here.

Possibly the best summer roof terrace with beautiful views and decor. Check out my post here

For more photos of these restaurants and the gluten free food check out the London album on the Delicious & Gluten Free Facebook page. 

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