5 Gluten-free restaurants in Madrid perfect for celiacs

Italian, Japanese, or Mediterranean: the number of gluten-free restaurants in Madrid is constantly growing.


Artemisa opened in the 90s, when vegetarian options in the capital were limited. Since 2016 they added to this a 100% gluten-free menu and is now one of the reference restaurants for celiacs.

In addition to the menu of the day, its green nettle cream, salads, vegetable croquettes, Farah Dibah cake, Queen of Africa zucchini, pizzas, burgers or tasting dishes are some of the proposals that you are going to find in its two restaurants located in the center of Madrid.

📍 Calle Ventura de la Vega, 4 and Calle Tres Cruces, 4


Organic , sugar-free and gluten-free, that’s what they serve in Celicioso. In Madrid alone it has five restaurants. The founder himself, Santi Godfrid, explains on its website that aims to democratize the food for celiacs and offer them a place where they feel integrated and can order any dish on the menu. They also have bakeries that follow the same philosophy and where you can also order custom cakes.

📍 Calle de O’Donnell, 4; Plaza del Callao, 2 -9 Floor; Avenida de Europa, 16; Calle Barquillo, 19 and Calle Hortaleza, 3.


Pizza Natura’s pizza bases are made of millet and quinoa, but it is very difficult to differentiate them from a traditional base, one notices the difference with respect to the canonical pizza for reasons such as lightness rather than taste. The physical sensation when eating a whole pizza is of lightness and not of fullness.

In this pizzeria nothing has gluten, not even the beer, it is not surprising, therefore, that they are certified by the Celiac Association of Madrid.

 Calle de Jovellanos, 6.


Okashi Sanda was the first Japanese restaurant certified 100% gluten and lactose free in Madrid. As they want to bring Japanese gastronomy closer to the greatest number of people, since 2021 they have adapted a large part of their menu to veganism. Their takoyakis, both the octopus ones and their vegan option, are exquisite, but you can’t miss their cakes either.

📍 Calle de San Vicente Ferrer, 22


On a corner of Malasaña and with two floors of premises is La Tape. This temple of craft beer can also boast an extensive menu completely gluten-free. Also its brunch and menu of the day have gluten-free dishes. Burgers, rice dishes and even torrijas to not deprive yourself of anything.

📍 Calle San Bernardo, 88

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