Enjoy a gluten-free Madrid

We believe that a good trip is not only made up of great activities and visits to the city, but also by the joy of good food. In this case we are addressing those people with gluten intolerance who want to accompany their trip with a delicious dish. Madrid has many places with gluten-free options and here are some of them, we hope you like them!


This restaurant has a 100% gluten-free menu and a variety of dishes to suit all tastes, from tapas and toast to salads and hamburgers. It also has a surprising decor that will amaze you. 

You can try these delicious dishes right in the centre of Madrid, as this restaurant has two locations in two of Madrid’s liveliest and most central neighbourhoods: one in Plaza de la Cebada, 2 (metro La Latina) and the other in Calle Gravina, 18 (metro Chueca).

Grosso Napolitano

If you fancy delicious Italian cuisine and you have coeliac disease, you’ll love this restaurant. Grosso Napolitano has a 100% gluten-free restaurant in the Chueca neighbourhood (C. de Fernando VI, 23) where you can enjoy delicious Italian dishes free of cross-contamination.

Another Italian restaurant with the Celiac Association Certificate that we recommend is Pizza Natura, located at Calle de Jovellanos, 6 (Metro Sevilla).

Solo de Croquetas

As the name suggests, the speciality of this restaurant is croquettes, all of which are 100% gluten-free. Solo de Croquetas has more than 30 different types of homemade croquettes that you will love.

Did you think croquettes were not food for a coeliac? Come and try them in any of the 3 places they have: Calle Echegaray 5, Avenida de Reina Victoria 15 and Calle Zurbano, 34.

Restaurante Artemisa

In addition to eating gluten-free, are you vegetarian or vegan? then this restaurant is ideal for you!

Artemisa is the first gluten-free vegetarian restaurant in Spain and has a vegetarian and a vegan menu, both 100% gluten-free so you won’t have to worry about traces. Their dishes are known for being complete, healthy, homemade and tasty. Try them at: c/ Ventura de la Vega, 4 (Huertas) or c/ Tres Cruces, 4 (Gran Vía).

Taberna La Concha

This tavern is known for its varied selection of beers, wines, and drinks, and for its tasty tostas and tapas to accompany your drink.

In addition, they have a vermouth cocktail called Manuela which is recognised as one of the best in the city. The tavern has included a gluten-free menu of tostas and tapas that you will love. To enjoy one of their cocktails and delicious gluten-free tapas, visit the Taberna at Calle Cava Baja, 7 (Metro la Latina).

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