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Where To Eat In Dublin When You're Gluten-Free

More and more people are finding that certain foods they love don't love them back, and one of the most popular issues gluten. We often get asked where are the best place to eat if you're gluten-free, and to be honest it's a bit of a minefield, as most cafés and restaurants don't have a separate food prep and cooking area, so cannot guarantee to be coeliac-friendly, but if it's a gluten-intolerance you or your loved one has, as opposed to full-on coeliac disease, many of our favourite places to eat will happily cater for you.

While it really does depend on the individual and the severity of your allergy (you know best), here's a list of the best places that have gluten-free dining options in Dublin, and even go the extra mile with gluten-free beer and sauces.

*Please note that most of the places listed below will not guarantee your meal to be 100% gluten free as there is no separate kitchen. Always ask if you are unsure about anything.


Tiller & Grain, City Centre

Tiller & Grain have a gluten-free salad box option when ordering online so you can avoid the queue and enjoy salad knowing it's guaranteed GF. They also have daily gluten-free treats like lemon polenta cake.

Honey Truffle, Pearse Street

Honey Truffle is another café in the city with good GF options and an order online option, just select the 'free from gluten' option when ordering your salad box. The GF sweet treats on offer include coconut and freeze dried raspberry bites, lemon syrup, pistachio, almond cake with caramelised nut topping and triple chocolate sea salt & almond biscuits.

Cornucopia, City Centre

Cornucopia not only cater for vegans and vegetarians, they have loads of great GF options on their menu, which has a clear allergen list. GF breakfast options include almond, pumpkin seed and banana granola, overnight oats, and they also have gluten-free bread for their scrambled tofu or smoked baked pinto beans. For lunch and dinner their main courses and salads change daily, but the clear allergen list transfers to their daily board so you'll know which ones are GF. They have cake and pastry options too, and a GF chocolate and hazelnut brownie.

Bibi's, Portobello & Dun Laoghaire

Bibi's in Portobello and Dun Laoghaire have a gluten-free bread option to ensure you soak up every last bit of the sauce, juice or dish on their regularly changing menu - squash Turkish eggs FTW.


Yeeros, Drumcondra & Wexford Street

Get your gluten-free gyro at Yeeros, with their GF pita bread option for an extra €1.50. They also have good lunch deals for under a tenner which is increasingly rare in Dublin. Happy stomach and happy pocket.

Mad Yolks, Smithfield

Mad Yolks have gluten-free buns available so you can get your mad yolk, bad yolk, fresh yolk or buff yolk suited to your dietary requirements. They can also serve all their sandwiches in a bowl instead of a bun if preferred.

147 Deli, City Centre

147 Deli know a thing or five about making sandwiches, so sandwich lovers on a GF diet will be very happy to hear they have gluten-free bread available. Take your pick of the reuben, Korean pork, ham and cheesus, turkey and chorizo club, Mexican club, coronation chicken, the 147 cheese steak, or the weekly special.


ViCE, City Centre

ViCE have recently added gluten-free bases for their 12 inch pizzas, and 16 inch ones are coming soon. You don't miss out on pizza, your gut doesn't hate you, win win.

Fish Shop, Smithfield

Who knew Fish Shop's battered fish could be made with gluten-free batter? We did. Their other gluten-free options include shellfish and the baked fish of the day, and the advice is to inform the restaurant of any dietary requirements when booking.


If you're used to having to order your burgers without the bun, Bunsen offer gluten-free buns for an extra 50c so you can get back to enjoying the full burger experience. They do note that they can't guarantee that burgers served with a gluten-free bun are gluten-free they work in an environment that has other gluten-based products, so take your own personal precautions based on your allergy.


Love fine dining but worried you won't be able to eat anything? Note have an allergen menu available on request with the GF options marked out so you can see clearly what to avoid and what's going to work for you.

Apertivo, Nassau Street

Another spot with a clear allergen menu is Aperitivo, and while many Italian dishes tend to be gluten heavy, there's plenty of GF options here, including calamari, gamberi fritti, arancini, gnocchi, risotto, pollo Milanese, and other options that can be made GF on request.


Love pasta, hate gluten? Sprezzatura have GF pasta available which is made on site daily. They also have GF pasta sauces and GF small plates on their menu, so no fear of having no choice.

Grano, Stoneybatter

Another option for pasta lovers, we can already hear the rejoicing when we tell you that most of the pasta dishes at one of Dublin's best, Grano in Stoneybatter, can be made with gluten-free pasta.

Featherblade, City Centre

Featherblade can make most of their menu gluten-free, including their steaks, burgers and fries. They also have gluten-free Peroni to complete your GF dining experience.

Yamamori, City Centre

Yamamori have many dishes that are naturally (or can be made) gluten-free, as well as gluten-free beer and soy sauce. As always we recommend you specify any allergies you may have to your waiter so they can let the kitchen know.

Mak, Ranelagh

If you like being presented with a menu featuring clearly marked GF options, you'll love Mak in Ranelagh, which has a full coeliac menu, including starters, mains, noodles and sides for you to make your way through. A great option for dine in or takeaway.

Osteria Lucio, Grand Canal Dock

Another Italian with GF options is Osteria Lucio, with gluten-free bruschetta, buratta and pastas, and for dessert the chocolate mousse. The full three courses, and no compromise.

Manifesto, Rathmines

Manifesto in Rathmines not only have GF pizzas, they also cook them in a completely different area to be extra careful. That's the kind of effort you love to see.

And for dessert...

The Bakery by The Cupcake Bloke, Rialto

The Bakery by The Cupcake Bloke do a GF cupcake every Saturday, with flavours like lemon, and blackberry and almond. All the flavour, none of the flour.


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