Gluten-free Marbella: restaurants, bakeries and ice cream parlours –
Eating gluten free in Marbella? Here a list of restaurants, bakeries and ice cream parlors where eat well and safely.
Really good bakery-pastry shops in Marbella and San Pedro de Alcántara.
Bakery, cafè, restaurant – 100% gluten-free
Bar de Tapas – Croquettes, burgers, sandwiches, desserts.
Address: Puerto pesquero Marbella. C/. Fuengirola, 16 – Phone: 952 77 14 47
Hours: 12:00pm – 12:00am – Closed on Monday.
The place is simple and a bit rustic; in a good location, with terrace overlooking the sea. Typical Spanish restaurant, the specialty is the salted fish, very good also the fried fish.
Address: Av. Arias Maldonado, 7,29602 – Phone: 952 77 15 37
Hours: 1:00pm-4:00pm / 8:00pm-12:00am. Closed on Monday.
The restaurant is simple and well kept, the staff friendly and attentive. The pizza is good and you can have gluten-free all pizzas on the menu.
Address: Paseo de Las Cuchis Urb. Rio Verde Playa – Phone: 952 773810
The owner’s daughter is celiac and they are careful to prepare gluten-free dishes. They haven’t a menu with allergens, but warning you can have almost all dishes gluten-free. There’s also gluten-free bread.
This restaurant is often advised for gluten-free eating, but I didn’t like it. The taste of the dishes was medium-low, the restaurant, though in a great location (on the border between Marbella and Puerto Banus, on the beach), is poorly maintained, with shabby furniture and the price, compared to the rest of the restaurants in the area, it’s high. We ordered an appetizer of vegetables and two fishes with potatoes, plus a bottle of still water, and we spent € 85.00.
Address: Av. Severo Ochoa, 49. Marbella – Phone: 952 82 12 17Very simple and rustic restaurant. Typical Spanish cuisine and fresh seafood.
Very simple and rustic restaurant. Typical Spanish cuisine and fresh seafood.
Address: Angolo Gregorio Marañón, 8, Paseo Marítimo – Phone: 951 33 18 22
There’s the menu with all the specified allergens. Many types of fried fish, made with rice flour. It’s a nice restaurant on the boardwalk of Marbella.
Address: Av. General Lopez Dominguez, 25. Phone: 633 63 45 14
Closed on Sunday.
A small restaurant of fast food kind: hamburgers with gluten-free bread, nachos, chicken nuggets, and beer.
All Burger Kings in Spain have gluten-free options.
Also, McDonald has gluten-free hamburgers, detailed review here.
Address: Calle Ramón Gómez de la Serna, 1 – Phone: 952 86 16 62
Hours: 10:00pm-12:00am (open from March until October)
Gluten-free cones and ice creams. Flavors also lactose-free and sugar-free.
The ice cream is really good and most of the flavors are gluten-free (flavors with gluten have a flag with the specification). The gluten-free cone is good and crunchy.
Address: Calle Miguel Cano, s/n, 29602 – Phone: 951 38 02 16
For all flavors are specified allergens and most flavors are gluten-free: complete list.
They also have gluten-free ice cream cones, made with rice flour and wrapped individually. Flavors.
Not being a totally gluten-free ice cream parlor, and also having the cones with gluten, there is of course the problem of cross-contamination, however, they have 4 flavors (gluten-free, milk-free, eggs-free, sugar-free) whose preparation and administration are strictly safe from the point of view of cross-contamination: soy, chocolate, strawberry and rice with black cherry:
In addition to Marbella, you can also found their ice cream parlors in Malaga, San Pedro and Estepona:
Chef del Valle – gluten-free catering and chef at home, operates in Malaga and throughout the Costa del Sol.
The packaged gluten-free products can be found in the supermarkets – detailed review here.
If you have been to Marbella and you have tried other gluten-free places or have suggestions on those already entered, report it in the comments or email us: we’ll update the article with your suggestion.
This article will be periodically updated with the addition of facilities we will personally test for you!