It may come as a surprise, but there’s much for gluten-intolerant diners to enjoy at Martin Morales’s funky, colourful tribute to the zest and diversity of Peruvian cuisine. Dishes from the impressive gluten-free selection are prepared using a dedicated set of utensils to avoid cross-contamination, while the line-up runs from the celebrated ceviches and anticuchos to Peruvian corn cakes or grilled octopus with butterbean and lúcuma purée. For afters, try the papaya and coconut flan.
December 2018: We've added a couple of lovely restaurants to this list, that we know our gluten-free friends will love. There's Ardiciocca, an Italian joint in Fulham with pizza, pasta and beautifully free-from-wheat gnocchi, then there's Temple of Hackey: London's first 'vegan fried chicken' restaurant, which smashes out killer gluten-free hot wings.
Gluten-free in London? Your days of anxiously dining out are (almost) over. There are more top-notch restaurants, bakeries and bars 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.