I was diagnosed with celiac disease when I was living in Glasgow so I spent quite a bit of time exploring the gluten-free side to Glasgow before I left for more world travelling.Â Here’s a round-up of all the places I’ve come across in Glasgow offering gluten free options. Please let me know if I’ve missed out on someplace great and I’ll add it to the list! If you are celiac or gluten intolerant and headed to Glasgow you’ll be happy to hear that there are plenty of great restaurants ready to serve you delicious, gluten free food.
Glasgow restaurants offering gluten free options..
13th NoteÂ is great venue plus bar and restaurant on King Street in Glasgow. Their vegan and Vegetarian restaurant also does plenty of options which are either gluten free or can be made gluten free on request. Their food is really tasty! You can read my 13th Note post here.
The Butterfly and the PigÂ on Bath Street is my favourite restaurant in Glasgow. The atmosphere is great and the food they serve is even better. You can eat dinner in their restaurant or enjoy lunch or afternoon tea in The Tea Rooms upstairs. Both the restaurant and the tea room offer a plethora of gluten free options. Menu options change frequently but staff are extremely well trained on dietary requirements. They will know exactly what on the menu is gluten free and find you something safe and delicious to eat. You can read my Butterfly and Pig post here.
The Willow Tea Rooms in Glasgow is another great place for gluten free options! They do a fantastic gluten free afternoon tea featuring sandwiches,Â scones, shortbread, and meringue.
Cafe AndaluzÂ is a Spanish tapas restaurant with locations in both Glasgow and Edinburgh. They offer a wide variety of gluten free options clearly marked on their menus. You can read my Cafe Andaluz post here.
Chillies West EndÂ is an Indian restaurant in Glasgow’s west end with a focus on Indian tapas dishes. Many of their options are naturally gluten free and clearly shown on their extensive menu. You can read my post on Chilies here.
The 2 FigsÂ on Byres Road in the est end of Glasgow is a cozy little restaurant which serves a few gluten free options. Their veggie curry is yummy and tastes great with a Crabbie’s ginger beer! You can read my post on The 2 Figs here.
DakhinÂ is a fabulous South Indian restaurant in the Merchant City area of Glasgow. Their menu is almost entirely gluten free so this is a great place to go if you want your pick of the menu! You can read my Dakhin post here.
El Sabor is another Spanish tapas place in Merchant Square which offers various gluten free options.Â Clearly Glasgow is a fan of tapas! You can read my review on El Sabor here.
Fratelli Sarti, an Italian restaurant with three locations in Glasgow. They offer gluten free pizza, gluten free pasta and gluten free bread for Â garlic bread and bruschetta.
WetherspoonÂ is a chain of pubs with locations all over the UK. You will find various locations throughout Glasgow and the west of Scotland and they offer a good choice of gluten free options clearly marked on their menus. You canÂ read my Wetherspoon post here.
My MarthasÂ is a new place which offers gluten free options. It looks fantastic and I can’t wait to try it when I’m next home.
If you fancy some naturally gluten free sushi, Glasgow is home to a few good sushi restaurants. Check with staff when ordering that they can prepare your sushi away from any nasty gluten filled soy sauce, tempura or imitation crab meat!
Some coffee shops/cafes in Glasgow where you can find gluten free goodies for nibbling..
Biblocafe on Woodlands Road. You can read my review here.
Clachan in Kelvingrove park
1901 Deli on Skirving St, Shawlands
Tapa organic with locations on Pollockshaws Road and Whitehill Street
Vanilla Blacks cafe on Sauchiehall Street
Have you travelled gluten free to Glasgow? Where and what did you eat?