Pandalì gluten-free Rome – A rich choice of gluten-free takeaway products, or for a quick lunch in the center, just a few steps from the Pantheon.
Pandalì Rome gluten-free
Via Torre Argentina, 3
00186 – Roma
Bus C3, H, 30, 40, 46, 62, 63, 64, 70, 81, 87, 119, 130, 186, 190, 271, 492, 571, 628, 780, 810, 916
We went to Pandali in December, just before Christmas. What better opportunity for a tour in the center of Rome and for the latest purchases and to enjoy a little bit of the Christmas atmosphere?
Pandalì is located right in the center and therefore very well reachable: we arrived on foot, after a visit to the Pantheon. The restaurant, with 3 shop windows on the street, presents itself as a bakery with attached a small bistro, where you can eat a quick and good gluten-free meal.
Informal and well-kept place, divided into two rooms: the first is dedicated to the bakery and pastry shop, the second, slightly larger, with high tables, where to eat (no table service: you have to buy at the counter then, with the tray, you choose the place that you like).
Small note: the restaurant isn’t very big, but usually those who eat at Pandali come here to take something away or to eat a quick meal, finding a place should never be a problem (they don’t have external tables).
We have tasted a little bit of everything 🙂
Pizza with pumpkin flowers, focaccia stuffed with spinach and mixed vegetables, biscuits with jam and chocolate stuffing… all consumed in one of the high tables with stool, located in the “second room”, which we like very much for a quick and informal lunch.
The savoury pieces were really delicious, both the stuffed pieces and the focaccia with pumpkin flowers. The desserts were good but not as good as the salty ones!
As already mentioned, Pandalì proposes a wide choice of sweet and savory dishes (also takeaway): not only calzone, pizzas, focaccia, but also pasta, soups or omelet.
Here is the total expense for our lunch here:
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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