3 gluten-free places not to be missed on the Riviera Romagnola –
Piadine, pizza and desserts not to be missed on the Riviera Romagnola 🙂
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Address: Lungomare Gabriele D’Annunzio, 46, 48015 Cervia (RA)
The place, small and charming, is located on the seafront of Cervia. They have more than one shop, but this one is the only one completely gluten-free, where the piadina is prepared fresh. In the others there are the piadina made in this point of sale and wrapped.
You can find piadina, crescioni, salads and even pasta and a few dishes of the day. The mode of service is self-service, you order at the counter and then you can consume it at the table or take it away.
Below you find the menu, click on the images to enlarge them:
The large piadina, served cut in two, are delicious. We tasted a “Caliente” with sausage, mozzarella and peppers and a “Caprese” with fresh tomato and mozzarella.
And finally we took a piadina with Nutella 😉
With 3 piadina, a Coca-Cola and water, we spent € 17.60.
Address: Centro Commerciale Le Befane, Via Caduti di Nassiriya, 20, 47924 Rimini (RN)
They cook the pizza in a dedicated wood-fired oven, making it in a separate area.
Almost the entire menu can also be made gluten-free: appetizers, pasta, pizza, calzoni, and desserts.
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We took a pizza mozzarella and cherry tomatoes and a calzone mozzarella, ham, rucola and parmesan cheese. The pizza was beautiful and good. Even the calzone, well cooked inside, was very good.
We didn’t take the dessert, but we heard about it very well 🙂
With a pizza, a calzone, a coke and water, we spent € 27.00.
Address: Viale Oliveti, 68c, 47924, Miramare di Romagna, Rimini (RN)
The owner (and chef) is very kind and welcoming and the products are delicious, both sweet and savory. In addition, the place is very nice, with tables outside to enjoy a good breakfast or a snack. In summer they are also open in the evening until 10:30 pm.
We took several things to taste a bit of everything: focaccia, grissini bread, bignè, cake pops and 2 small pies (one with cream and one with apples). All very good for a total of € 20.00.
NOTICE – The features of the facilities we report in our articles may vary from what our experience was like: change of management, closure, or other circumstances. In this case, they may no longer be able to provide (totally or partially) gluten-free foods, so we advise you to ask them in advance.
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