Gluten-free Pizzeria La Luna Firenze –
Just a few steps from the center, Gluten-free Pizzeria La Luna Firenze, offers a rich gluten-free menu. Really good are the “Coccoli” (fried dough) and their gluten-free pizzas, cooked in a wood-burning oven! But here some more detail to get to know better this pizzeria and our experience there.
Gluten-free Pizzeria La Luna Firenze
The Pizzeria La Luna Firenze is a great gluten-free (but not only) pizzeria located near Piazza Beccaria. From the pizzeria, you can easily reach the center of Florence with a stroll through the historic streets of the city, about 10 minutes.
The restaurant renovated a few years ago, looks tidy and well-kept. It has a very young and informal style and I think it’s suitable in various situations: dinner with family and children, friends, birthdays and parties.
Tables are distributed in two rooms and also in a closed and air conditioned outdoor terrace. Gluten-free Pizzeria La Luna Firenze is run by Antonio, who we personally met and who, together with his staff, forms a beautiful team capable of offering professionalism but also a guarantee to those who have to follow a gluten-free diet.
When you arrive at gluten-free Pizzeria La Luna Firenze, tell them that you are celiac. Inside the menu, you will find a wide variety of “gluten free” dishes, among which you can choose the ones that you like: from appetizer to sweet, from “meat” to “fish”, pasta and pizza.
We recommend you to book, especially for dinner.
How to get to gluten-free Pizzeria La Luna Firenze
The gluten-free Pizzeria La Luna Firenze is easily reached by car (I suggest to take advantage of the nearby Piazza Beccaria car park), or by public transportation: not only taxis but also buses (lines 8, 12, 31 or 32 of Ataf Firenze). By clicking on the map at the beginning of the article you can help yourself with Google Maps.
And here’s what we ate
We spent the evening with some friends and we were 2 celiacs at the table. We have shared an appetizer of really good gluten-free “Coccoli” (fried dough), served as a Florentine tradition with Stracchino (a soft cheese) and prosciutto (ham). Then the pizza: my “Margherita” with spicy salami was really good!
We could have stopped here … but how could we not share a dessert? Even the “chocolate cupcake with soft heart” turned out to live up to the expectations 🙂
In conclusion, a very positive experience (also repeated days after with takeaway pizza 🙂 ); place absolutely recommended!
NOTICE – The features of the sites 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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