Gluten free restaurants and bakeries in Madrid tasted by Vivere Senza Glutine –
We spent 2 weeks in Madrid and we tried some gluten-free restaurants and bakeries: we talk about them in this article.
Madrid is a really beautiful city, very green and well maintained, where you can find a wide choice of place offering gluten-free options (we have only tried a few)… we recommend it!
NEW: the article has been updated with new venues tested in our last trip to Madrid 🙂
Gluten free restaurants and bakeries in Madrid tasted by Vivere Senza Glutine
Gluten free bakeries – Gluten free pastry shops
Address: Calle de Hortaleza, 3 – Madrid – Phone: +34 91 163 56 45
Hours: Monday-Sunday: 10:30 am – 9:30 pm
Chain of restaurants and pastry shops completely gluten-free, with 2 places in Madrid. We went in the central one, in a side street of the Gran Via.
These pastry shops are very famous, although personally, I don’t like their cakes: they have little variety of cakes that aren’t particularly good.
In Madrid, we bought two cupcakes and two cookies with Nutella, all for € 11.60.
Instead, they are great as a restaurant with sandwiches, burgers, pasta and much more, all good. Here’s a review of Marbella’s restaurant.
Address: Plaza de Jacinto Benavente, 2, 28012 Madrid – Phone +34 913 69 24 06
To be able to taste the classic churros with hot chocolate, this is the right place!
Very popular with outdoor tables: very good churros, while the chocolate is not very tasty, but still not bad.
Address: Calle Talamanca, 3 – Alcalá de Hernares (Madrid) – Phone: +34 91 163 56 45
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm | 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm – Sunday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Completely gluten-free bakery. The place, inside the main door of a building, in the first apartment on the right, is very nice and well maintained, with tables for breakfast or a quick snack. The staff is very friendly and helpful.
There is a nice choice of desserts and a good choice of bread and savory pieces.
We had breakfast with an eclair with cream and chocolate icing, very good.
Then we bought two slices of cake and biscuits to take away. Good both cakes: the first in the picture was mainly marzipan and cream, two ingredients that I don’t love so much, but still good, excellent the chocolate cake with apricot and strawberries jam.
The biscuits were very nice, well decorated, not bad, even if they crumbled a lot.
With breakfast for two, plus sweets to take away, we spent € 22.25.
Address: Calle Ferraz, 47 – Madrid – Phone: +34 915 59 70 45
Hours: Monday-Sunday: 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Excellent bakery in Madrid, my favorite, with a wide selection of sweets of all kinds, but also bread and savory pieces.
The staff is very kind and helpful. The place well maintained and really full of products, all gluten-free.
They also offered us some soft and delicious freshly fritters.
We bought a box of mignon pastries (really small and cute pastries), all delicious!
Bread was also really good.
We bought the mignon confectionery box (700 gr), a doughnut, two fritters and the bread in the picture for a total of € 39.58.
Address: Calle del Gral Oraá, 49 – Madrid – Phone: +34 917 29 57 47
Hours: Tuesday-Friday: 7:30 am – 8:00 pm – Saturday: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm | 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm – Sunday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
This gluten-free bakery is in a very beautiful area of the city, full of cafes, restaurants and shops, in small tree-lined streets. The restaurant is really nice, both outside and inside, with various tables.
Excellent choice of sweet and savory products.
We took two large slices of bread topped like a pizza and a piece of pizza, all delicious, with a really good condiment.
A cake, pictured below, beautiful and very good.
The biscuits were good, even if they crumbled a lot.
The bread wasn’t bad, although for my taste was a too compact type (we tried a particular bread, a novelty produced that day).
In total, we spent € 33.20.
New York Burger
There are 4 restaurants of this chain in town:
- Calle de San Germán, 5, 28020 Madrid – Phone +34 917 70 30 79 – Glusearch
- Calle de Recoletos, 4, 28004 Madrid – Phone +34 914 31 84 17 – Glusearch
- Calle de Miguel Angel, 16, 28010 Madrid – Phone +34 915 93 71 57 – Glusearch
- Paseo de la Castellana, 89, 28046 Madrid – Phone +34 917 70 79 82 – Glusearch
Very nice restaurants with a rich gluten-free menu: all dishes are served at the table with a red ticket with a crossed ear and the words “sin gluten”.
We ate several times in the restaurant of Calle de Recoletos (near the center) and we always felt good: fast service, very good dishes and affordable prices.
We ate the burgers, really good: you can choose the weight of the meat, the type of cooking, sauces and side dishes.
Also excellent are the tacos with chicken in barbecue sauce accompanied by sour cream and avocado sauce.
Delicious chocolate brownie served hot with vanilla ice cream.
The first time we were there, with two burgers and a dessert, plus water to drink, we spent € 30.00
The second time with water, tacos and two hamburgers € 41.50.
Chain of Mexican restaurants with 6 venues in the city:
- Travesía Conde, 4, 28005 Madrid – Phone +34 915 47 20 03 – Glusearch
- Calle de Pío Baroja, 9, 28009 Madrid – Phone +34 915 73 95 54 – Glusearch
- Calle de la Princesa, 3, 28008 Madrid – Phone +34 915 59 50 43 – Glusearch
- Calle de las Fuentes, 3, 28013 Madrid – Phone +34 915 59 11 36 – Glusearch
- Av. de Brasil, 6, 28020 Madrid – Phone +34 910 25 92 93 – Glusearch
- Calle de Belen, 13, 28004 Madrid – Phone +34 913 08 20 89 – Glusearch
Chain of Mexican restaurants, very nice and colorful, with most of the menu gluten-free or with the possibility of having it in gluten-free version: tacos, nachos, salads, soups, enchiladas and much more.
We took a dish of fajitas with various tastings of fillings: some very good fillings, some less, but we didn’t like gluten-free tortillas, so they ruined a bit the overall flavor.
With this dish for two people + 2 Mojito soft drinks we spent € 45.00
Taberna la Concha
Address: Cava Baja, 7, 28005 Madrid – Phone +34 616 91 06 71
Typical restaurant with few seats and a gluten-free menu, also in English. Many tapas to choose from, both hot and cold, really good.
Address: Calle Eloy Gonzalo, 10 – Madrid – Phone +34 91 737 77 75
Hours: Monday-Friday: 1:00 pm – 2:00 am – Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 am – 2:30 am
Elegant restaurant with tables even outside in a fully openable veranda. Inside there are also two bar areas where you can have a quick meal at the counter.
The restaurant is prepared on celiac disease and, specifying it to the waiter, almost all dishes can be served in the gluten-free version. They also have a choice of cakes from the Celicioso pastry shop.
On Saturdays and Sundays, from 11.00 am to 2.00 pm, they serve brunch (it’s advisable to book and you can also do it from the website).
We had an omelet with cheese and two grilled fillets with vegetables.
The bread, excellent, is heated in single-portion envelopes opened directly at the table.
In all, with water to drink, we spent € 54.80
Emma y Julia
Address: Calle Cava Baja, 19, 28005 Madrid – Phone: 913 66 10 23
Chains with gluten-free options
Chain of restaurants in 50’s American style with a rich gluten-free menu. The dishes are fast food style, but very good.
The restaurants are really nice, like all these chains 50’s style 🙂
We took some fried chicken sticks, a chicken sandwich with chips and a hamburger with chips, all good.
In total, with 2 small bottles of natural water, we spent € 25.20.
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Other chains that we have tried in Spain:
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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