A weekend in Milan: gluten-free places in Milan that we tried –
We stayed a few days in Milan and tried out some gluten-free restaurants and bakeries: we’re talking about it in this article.
Gluten-free places in Milan
Address: Via Andrea Doria 44, 20124 Milano – Phone: 02/36756642
Hours: Monday-Saturday: 7:30 am – 7:30 pm – Sunday: 9:00 am – 1:30 pm
The products of this completely gluten-free bakery are delicious.
They have a nice choice of sweet and savory products and a few tables where you can sit down to eat. The staff is friendly and efficient.
We were there to have breakfast and we took 2 latte, a cream doughnut and a chocolate small doughnut, plus 6 pieces of mignon pastries.
All delicious, especially the doughnuts, full of cream.
In addition, we bought two pieces of focaccia and a piece of pizza. They pack the pizza in small paper containers such as those for the large takeaway pizza.
The focaccia is good and the pizza is fabulous, both as condiment and crust.
In total, we spent € 17.90.
We come back a second time, to have breakfast, and we tasted the Nutella croissant, really good (€ 1.50).
Pan Per Me
Address: Viale Monte Nero 57, Milano – Phone: 02-3598 8094
Hours: Monday-Saturday: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm – Sunday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Completely gluten-free bakery. Very nice and well-maintained place, friendly and welcoming staff.
We had breakfast with a latte, cappuccino and a selection of mignon pastries. Everything delicious.
Good also their bread: we tasted various buns made with different flours.
With breakfast and bread we spent € 22.10.
Address: Corso Magenta 9, 20123 Milano – Phone: 348453720
Hours: Monday-Friday: 08.00 am – 11.00 pm – Saturday: 10.00 am – 11.00 pm – Sunday: 11.00 am – 11.00 pm
Excellent restaurant completely gluten-free, on the border of the center of Milan.
The restaurant is small and nice, we recommend you to arrive early or book because there are few seats and it’s very popular.
In the menu you can find hamburgers, sandwiches, focaccia, hot dogs, salads, first courses, meat, and fish, plus, hand-written on a blackboard, a rich menu of the day with various dishes (click on images to enlarge them):
We took 2 portions of vegetarian lasagna, a focaccia with grilled vegetables and cheese, a breaded cod with vegetables and finally 2 slices of almond flour tart with raspberry jam.
Everything really great, especially the focaccia, good and crispy, and the cake, delicious.
The staff is very friendly, welcoming, and the service is fast.
In total, with two small bottles of water, we spent € 44.00.
soSushi & Sound
Address: Via Monte Bianco, 44, 20154 Milano – Phone 02 8421 7351
Hours: Monday-Saturday 12:15 am – 3:00 pm / 7:00 pm – 10:15 pm | Closed on Sunday
The restaurant is modern and well maintained, with tables inside the restaurant and a few tables outside. When we went there in November, they told us that they were going to make a refurbishing of the restaurant.
Also take away and delivery home.
Almost all the menù is gluten-free, except a few exceptions.
We took 2 miso soups and 30 pieces of mixed sushi. It was really a lot, so they packed the advanced for us in their take-away containers 🙂
Really good sushi, with fresh fish and well presented.
In total, with water, we spent € 40.00.
We also tasted a cake by the supermarket chain “Il Gigante”, very good.
Other places we tried in our previous visit to Milan, which you can find in those articles:
Here you will find a detailed article about all the gluten-free in Milan:
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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