Not just the smallest omakase counter in the UK (it seats only six people), but this is also a gluten and nut-free paradise. Two chefs deliver the handful of guests 15 courses of sushi with a Mexican twist. The menu varies, but expect creamy kani king crab with ponzu butter, hamachi yellowtail with crunchy cereal, and pink, perky tuna that's so melt-in-the-mouth it will have practically dissolved by the time your teeth got anywhere near it. You'll find Juno upstairs at Notting Hill's Los Mochis, tucked away at the back of the first floor dining room.
Gluten-free in London? Your days of anxiously dining out are (almost) over. There are more excellent restaurants catering to coeliacs than you can shake a gluten-free breadstick at in our fine, ever so allergy-friendly city. Whether it’s pasta, pastries or breakfast, you’ll find it here, in our tried-and-tested list of the best places to eat gluten-free.
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