Glufree Bakery gluten-free bakery in Milan
The products of this baked pastries are excellent, both sweet and savory, plus the place is nice and cozy.
Hours: Monday to Friday 8 am – 7:30 pm / Saturday 8 am – 7 pm. Also home delivery.
In October we have been a few days in Milan and every morning we had breakfast in the bakery of Via Gian Galeazzo (this venue is definitively closed, the Via Curtatone’s one is still open). The place is really nice, with plenty of seating, and a really wide selection of gluten-free products, both sweet and savory.
At breakfast we tasted different kinds of pastries and two croissants filled with jam and custard cream (they weren’t made with puff pastry, they had a soft dough), everything really good. Puff pastry and shortcrust pastry are perfect, as consistency and flavor, ditto for the custard cream.
Also excellent cappuccino and for a good breakfast is not to be underestimated 😉 There is also the possibility to have it lactose-free.
In addition, the shop assistants are really kind and prepared. Free Wi-fi.
We also bought some salty products (focaccia, pizza, and bread), even these very good, although I preferred the sweets.
The shop of Via Curtadone:
For the first breakfast, we took 12 sweet mignons, two croissants, and two cappuccinos, for a total of € 16.70. After we returned every morning 🙂
For 3 pieces of flat bread (focaccia), one filled focaccia, a piece of pizza, a loaf and a bun, we paid € 24.33.
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