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Gluten Free in Sweden

With its thousands of small islands and inland lakes, Sweden is a beautiful country to visit and many do each year. However, where can you eat Gluten Free when travelling across the country? Find previous recommendations here and do share your own as well.

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Stockholm|Halland County|Lund|Karlstad
Condeco
Chain View On Map
We stopped off at Condeco, what seemed like a chain of cafe lunch spots in Sweden. I asked whether they had any gluten-free options for lunch and the waitress let me know that they could make up a fresh gluten-free sandwich for me from scratch - I could just had to let them know what filling I wanted. I also asked whether they had any gluten-free cake and by now I had learnt that pretty much everywhere you go in Sweden, they do! I opted for what looked like a very tasty chocolate tart.
Recommended By: @GlutenFreeAlex_ / glutenfreealexblog.wordpress.com On: 2017-01-29

Rosegarden
Chain View On Map
Asked the staff about glutenfree alternative and they pointed out without thinking twice. Nice staff and good food.
Recommended By: Sofi On: 2015-10-09


Cafe Mignon
Varberg, Halland County View On Map
Lovely cafe with friendly staff and several choices of gluten free sandwiches, baguetes and sweet cakes.
Recommended By: Erica On: 2015-04-23


Coop
Chain View On Map
Coop's pretty much the same as ICA, except they don't have their own gluten free food yet. But you can find the same brands in Coop such as Semper, Crazy Bakers etc. Coop also have a good selection of both frozen and dry products.
Recommended By: @Ionawen On: 2013-07-12



Hemköp
Chain View On Map
Good selection, but usually not huge. You'll find the basic stuff here, both frozen and on a shelf.
Recommended By: @Ionawen On: 2013-07-12


ICA
Chain View On Map
It's one of the best places to get gluten free groceries in Sweden. You can find the stuff on its own shelves and usually around the 'normal' bread or the baking stuff. ICA has several brands of gluten free food, such as Semper (who have their own gf oats), Crazy Bakers, Friends of Adam and their own. ICA generally have a large selection, both frozen and on a shelf, depending on the size of the store.
Recommended By: @Ionawen On: 2013-07-12


Willy's
Chain View On Map
A cheap food-chain with a good selection of gluten free food. They stock both frozen and dry products.
Recommended By: @Ionawen On: 2013-07-12


Norrstrands Pizzeria
Lagmansgatan, Karlstad View On Map
If you're in Karlstad, don't miss Norrstrands Pizzeria! It's a great pizza-place with superb pizza! I haven't eaten a better gluten free pizza yet.
Recommended By: @Ionawen On: 2013-06-30



TGI Friday's
Chain View On Map
I've been to TGI Friday's in Östermalm in Stockholm (just by the Subway exit towards Stureplan) and I had the Jack Daniel's Burger. No problem getting it gluten free (without the bun) and the staff have been knowledgable every time. They also throw in some extra fries if you ask for it, instead of the bun! Great place to eat!
Recommended By: @Ionawen On: 2013-06-30


Espresso House
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Espresso House is a chain of Coffee Shops in Sweden and definitely in Stockholm one is never too far away. Like all coffee shops in our neutral world they offer numerous varieties of coffee and sandwiches and salad boxes. But where they stand out from the crowd is that they offer individual gluten free bread rolls that are wrapped up (so no cross contamination issues) which obviously means that a coeliac can have a filling lunch. Well, imagine my joy in finding gluten free bread in Stockholm in a chain coffee shop on more than one occasion in different locations!!! Fantastic doesn't even cover it!

Then to add to my general joy, they offered chocolate cheese cake which was gluten free! In fact they had two types of chocolate cheese cake, one with a biscuit base and one without which was set into a container so again cross contamination aware! I can't remember the last time I had chocolate cheese cake. I guess my point is where there is a will there is a way and there most definitely is a will in Stockholm!
Recommended By: @itsgottobegf / itsgottobeglutenfree.wordpress.com On: 2012-12-31


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