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Spain is the most popular foreign destination for British tourists so finding places to eat here is possibly more important than anywhere else! These tips and suggestions should really help you when you visit the country.

Click on one of the more popular locations or search for where you want to go or what you want to eat. Alternatively, use our Map to find all Gluten Free locations near you!

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Milano Eis cafe/restaurante
Costa Adeje, Tenerife View On Map
Ate here twice with daughter and son, who are both coeliac (one of them highly sensitive) and couldn't fault it. Prominent GF menu with very good range of choices, incl desserts, and the serving staff were really excellent: Fully GF aware, very friendly and polite, recognised us the second time we went back and had the GF menus ready, and generally couldn't have been more helpful. Can't recommend Milano Eis highly enough if you are Coeliac and want to enjoy a lovely worry-free GF meal out.
Recommended By: Alex Nuthall On: 2016-08-16

, Canary Islands View On Map
There is a new online shop in canary island, Whether you come on holiday or if you are resident in the Canary Islands , now you can find gluten-free and will take you to any island within 48-72 hrs.
Recommended By: Juan On: 2016-02-14

Harriet's Tea Room and Restaurant
Costa Adeje, Tenerife View On Map
Excellent little restaurant open all day for breakfast and lunch with gluten free options. Soup, sandwiches and homemade cakes all gf. Open evenings Mon-Fri for gluten free meals. Enough choices to have a different main course every day for a fortnight. Starters and puddings too. And homemade chips too. Mostly traditional British fare, but delicious!! They also have a restaurant in Los Cristianos.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2015-06-10

Milano Eis Cafe and Restaurant
Costa Adeje, Tenerife View On Map
A wide choice of starters and mains on a separate gluten free menu. This includes all sorts of meat and fish dishes as well as gf pizza and pasta. Served with a choice of potatoes (even chips). A decent selection of desserts too ( if you have room). No gluten free beer, but I have suggested it to them.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2015-06-10

Harley's Diner
Torviscas, Tenerife View On Map
An American diner with very good awareness of gluten free requirements. Servers can provide a sheet with what you can and cannot eat. Barbecue sauce is Ok, and chips are cooked separately too. Live bands, an extensive cocktail list and if you book early enough you can dine outside in a big American car!!
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2015-06-10

Malasana, Madrid View On Map
Mauz is a latin america & spanish fusion specialized in gluten free dishes. they mainly use corn, green plantain and yuca. located in Malasana district it's a small, quite and well decorated place, with a lot of vegeterian dishes. Everything is fresh homemade. Really delicious!
Recommended By: Federica On: 2015-04-23

Ela's Cafe Bar
Fuengirola, Andalucia View On Map
A brilliant restaurant in Fuengirola that caters for the gluten Free diet. A 3 course meal at reasonable prices. Cakes to die for, especially the white chocolate cheese cake and Chocolate orange cake. GF lager is also available. The hosts are very friendly. I would recomend this place to anyone visiting Fuengirola.
Recommended By: alan gofford On: 2014-11-20

La Lluna
El Barri Gotic, Barcelona View On Map
A restaurant down an alley off Carrer de Santa Anna, identifies gluten free options with SG (sin gluten).
Recommended By: glutenfreeandtheaustralianteenager.wordpress.com On: 2014-09-18

Restaurant La Poma
La Rambla, Barcelona View On Map
Restaurant La Poma identifies gluten free options with SG (sin gluten)
Recommended By: glutenfreeandtheaustralianteenager.wordpress.com On: 2014-09-18

Hard Rock Café
Placa de Catalunya, Barcelona View On Map
The waitress brought to the table a gluten free menu from the kitchen.
Recommended By: glutenfreeandtheaustralianteenager.wordpress.com On: 2014-09-18

Federal Café
St Antoni, Barcelona View On Map
At the Federal Café the chef sprinted up three flights of stairs to explain to my son, which menu items were suitable or could be made suitable for him
Recommended By: glutenfreeandtheaustralianteenager.wordpress.com On: 2014-09-18

Restaurante Grill Tauro
Tauro, Las Palmas View On Map
A selection of gluten free dishes indicated on the menu with various other options from the main menu. Check with waiting staff for full information. Fish, meat and vegetarian options available as well as serenading musicians make for a lovely meal.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2014-05-06

Tommy Mels
, Chain View On Map
One of the strangest things when preparing to go to Madrid again was the explosion of hamburger places that have opened. There are tons of golden arches everywhere (with gf offerings) but other places exist with coeliacs in mind. Tommy Mel's is located in the main shopping area in central Madrid so it was ideal for me to visit. Before I came here I have to say I had noticed the diner feel of the website I just hadn't anticipated how American 1950's it would be. It is quite fantastic. Anyway objective number one for me was to locate the gluten free menu (menu para celiacos). I have to say while there wasn't a gluten free menu on the table it was brought without any dramas. I've got to say the menu was nice and clear and there was a good choice of things. While the menu was not extensive as the gluten menu it was pretty good. While there weren't any amazing gluten free desserts on the menu you are quite literally around the corner from Celiacoso so you won't miss out if you still have room that is.

I opted for a cheeseburger and chips - it was so nice to have chips on a gluten free menu. The menu has been designed with the help of FACE (Spanish Coeliac Society) so you know these chips are safe. My burger was slightly smaller than MrG's and it came with a nice flag on it denoting that it was gluten free - always good just in case your food goes astray! My food was really I thoroughly enjoyed my visit here and if I go back to Madrid I would have no qualms about going back again. Tommy Mel's is a franchise and there are lots of branches throughout Spain all of whom offer the gluten free menu.
Recommended By: @itsgottobegf / itsgottobeglutenfree.wordpress.com On: 2014-01-25

Campanar, Valencia View On Map
This review is of the main restaurant within the zoo "Bioparc". I have never been quite as bowled over by gluten free service as I was in the Bioparc. Upon entering, it looks like a typical cafeteria-style restaurant where you grab a tray and have the food of your choice passed out to you. Upon telling the server that I was coeliac, she asked did I want chicken or pasta and told me it would be a 10 minute wait as they cooked it fresh. I chose chicken and was rewarded 10 minutes later with three pan-fried chicken breasts, tomato, gluten free crisps and, the most amazing part, a toasted roll! I made myself up a chicken and crisp roll and had never felt so full or so normal in my life! On a side note, the Bioparc itself is an amazing experience and I would thoroughly recommend both it and the restaurant inside.
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2013-09-29

Finnegans of Dublin
Ciutat Vella, Valencia View On Map
This is an Irish sports bar located in the Plaza de la Reina. It serves typically "Irish" food and, being Irish myself, I was reminded of the lack of choice I often face at home! I ended up ordering the smoked salmon as my starter and steak as my main. The steak wasn't the best (although I have heard that this might be a regional thing rather than this particular restaurant) but the smoked salmon was perfect. The best thing about this bar however was the cocktails. They had a full cocktail menu of lots of unusual drinks, as well as the standard ones. The service was very attentive also.
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2013-09-29

La Cata
Ciutat Vella, Valencia View On Map
This is a slightly fancier restaurant than the norm, which is reflected in the price. However, the food is still quite nice. I ordered the fish of the day, which was lovely and fresh. My only qualm would be that the portions were a little small. However, this did not appear to be the case with the pizzas or Paellas so it may have just been what I chose to order. The atmosphere is quite nice as all the seating appeared to be outside. The service was very attentive and knowledgeable about the coeliac disease. For the price, I would have expected the food to be slightly better, but it remains a nice restaurant.
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2013-09-29

Pico Fino
Ciutat Vella, Valencia View On Map
We had lunch in Pico Fino on the last day of our holiday. I ordered from the tapas menu and guessed that the prices were related to the sized portion you received (as they were quite expensive for tapas). I ordered the Spanish omelette and was relieved to see a large, thick slice of omelette placed before me. However, it was only luke warm, which would not be to my taste. Despite this, it was very filling and I would return for another lunch if I was still in Valencia! The waiter was also aware of the gluten content of the food.
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2013-09-29

Ciutat Vella, Valencia View On Map
Q12 is a lovely restaurant with great deals that is unfortunately not in the best location. We ordered a three-course meal deal that had quite a selection. I chose to have mussels to start and chicken and chips for my main. Unfortunately by the time it came to dessert (we ate quite late) they were sold out of gluten free desserts. The food was quite tasty and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The price was quite good value but the location made it feel like you were sitting on the side of the road, which is a pity as it is a good restaurant.
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2013-09-29

La Pappardella
La Seu, Valencia View On Map
La Pappardella is an Italian restaurant situated just off the popular Plaza de la Reina. They have a full gluten free menu available if you ask for it. I ate the carbonara and I can only describe it as delicious. My friends ate the (not gluten free) bolognese and (not gluten free) carbonara and also thoroughly enjoyed them. The prices were surprisingly cheap, although the service was a bit slow. I would highly recommend this restaurant; it was my favourite place that I ate in in Valencia.
Recommended By: @SineadFoy / portaltothepages.wordpress.com On: 2013-09-29

Casa Zaca
San Ildefonso, Segovia View On Map
We also went to a traditional restaurant of San Ildefonso: Casa Zaca at 6, Embajadores st. There you can have typical dishes of La Granja, like the big beans (judiones), which sauce is made of corn flour, so we can eat them. The waiters know the celiac disease and they can tell us what we can and can not eat from the menu. I had judiones as starter and lemon rabbit as main course and they were delicious.
Recommended By: spainglutenfree.blogspot.co.uk On: 2013-09-17