A weekend in Rome: gluten-free places in Rome that we tried – Part 1 –
We stayed a few days in Rome and tried some gluten-free restaurants, bakeries and an ice-cream shop.
Gluten-free places in Rome
Address: Via Varese, 43 (Termini) – Phone 06 83 08 21 60
Hours: Mon-Fry 8:30 am – 7:00 pm | Sat 9:00 am – 7:30 pm | Sun 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
This gluten-free bakery is located in a tree-lined avenue, behind a small glass door: you go down a few steps and you’ll find yourself in a nice place, small, but with a good choice of gluten-free products, both sweet and savory.
There we were able to taste their panettone with Maron glacè and chocolate, really good!
We then bought some biscuits, a slice of tart, chocolate nougat and some buns, all delicious.
The oil buns were freshly baked, delicious.
In total, we spent € 26.30.
Sfornando Gluten-free Bakery
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A gluten-free bakery in Rome: in addition to the bakery, there is also a very well stocked shop with gluten-free products. The bakery, cute and welcoming, isn’t very big but has a good choice of products and 2 small tables to sit down to eat.
There we tasted their pandoro and panettone, good and soft. In addition, we took some focaccia, various types of pizza, biscuits, pastries, and bread: everything really great.
Very good pizza and focaccia.
I really liked the shortcrust pastry biscuits: it’s very difficult to find them good, often, or they are too sweet or crumbled, but these were perfect.
The bread is soft and delicious.
In total, we have spent € 36.59.
Address: Via Appia Nuova, 592 (Metro A, Colli Albani) – Phone 06 7804727
Hours: Tue-Sun 6:00 am – 9:30 pm | Closed on Monday
Rome’s historic pastry shop with a good choice of gluten-free products, both sweet and savory.
We had breakfast with 2 cappuccinos, a big biscuit with apricot jam, some cream puffs and a sweet peach, all really great.
In total (plus a small bottle of water) we spent € 9.16.