Cokí Triana gluten-free restaurant – Las Palmas –
This restaurant is located in Las Palmas (Gran Canaria), in the Triana district. It’s in a side street of the main shopping street and is a really nice and friendly place. You can have most of the menu gluten-free, including pasta, burgers, sandwiches, and burritos.
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Cokí Triana gluten-free restaurant – Las Palmas
Address: Calle de Perdomo, 20,35002 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria – Phone: 928 07 55 11
This restaurant is in collaboration with the Spanish Association of Celiacs. It isn’t completely gluten-free, but you can have most of the menu gluten-free.
It’ located in a very nice neighborhood, with lots of shops and, being close to a university, there’s much movement and it’s full of people.
The restaurant is nice and cozy, with a few tables, some of which are on a wooden platform.
The gluten-free dishes aren’t marked on the menu, you have to ask the waiter and he indicates the sections of the menu that you can eat: pretty much everything. You can choose from several types of salads, pasta, burritos, sandwiches and burgers.
- Pasta with cream and smoked salmon, very good: the pasta were pens that the chef had broken up before cooking and, at first glance, seemed that the pasta was overcooked, but it was perfectly cooked and the final result I must say it was great.
- Hamburger with cheese, Iberian ham and caramelized onions, very good: the meat fresh and well cooked, cheese and ham (both Spanish) were great. The gluten-free bread was delicious.
- Burrito with curry chicken and cheese, also this very good, both the filling and the tortilla around.
The portions are huge, we were in two and we struggled to finish all. We paid, including tip, € 32.00.
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