Best for Gluten Free and other Dietary Requirements in Glasgow

We've sussed out Glasgow's best restaurants for those with food allergies

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Best for Gluten Free and other Dietary Requirements in Glasgow

Martha's / credit: Stephen Robinson

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Whether you're just following the gluten free lifestyle or have a genuine food intolerance, here's a list of some of Glasgow's best restaurants that make dining with dietary requirements easy.

Taken from the 2016/17 The List Eating & Drinking Guide – £5.95 (plus p&p)

Bar Soba
116–122 Byres Road, West End, G12 8TB
A buzzing West End bar-diner serving inventive Pan-Asian food in a relaxed setting, with a genuine eye to the needs of diners.
barsoba.co.uk | read our full review

Martha's
142a St Vincent Street, City Centre, G2 5LQ
Superfood gets the fast food treatment at this revolutionary Glasgow canteen, from porridge pots to rainbow salads.
mymarthas.co.uk | read our full review

North Star
108 Queen Margaret Drive, West End, G20 8NZ
Step off Queen Margaret Drive and into the authentic taste of a welcoming and bustling Mediterranean canteen.
read our full review

The Project Café
134 Renfrew Street, City Centre, G3 6ST
Brings a village vibe to the heart of the city, with imaginative home-cooked veggie dishes at rock-bottom prices.
read our full review

Red Onion
257 West Campbell Street, City Centre, G2 4TT
Impressive city-centre bistro committed to local produce and catering for specific dietary needs, with extensive gluten-free and vegan menus.
red-onion.co.uk | read our full review

Roots and Fruits
455–457 Great Western Road, G12 8HH
Deli, shop and small café selling healthy and natural foods, with an emphasis on local produce and catering for special dieters.
rootsfruitsandflowers.com | read our full review

Eating & Drinking Guide 2015/16

Eating & Drinking Guide 2016/17

23rd Edition published April 2016. Widely recognised as the most reliable, comprehensive and authoritative guide to eating out in more than 950+ restaurants, bistros, cafes and bars in Glasgow and Edinburgh.

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