10 Gluten-Free Restaurants In Rome, Italy

gluten free restaurants in rome
Heyleena
Heyleena
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If you’re coeliac and traveling to Rome this summer then don’t be disheartened thinking about missing out on the scrumptious pizzas and pasta. Rome won’t leave you disappointed with its many gluten-free restaurants available. But what makes it even more appealing is the fact that you are not only offered the classic Italian dishes but food that is not necessarily mainstream. From the freshest seafood with Mediterranean touches to juicy meats and vegetarian options, coeliacs are indeed pampered. And there is ice cream that is lactose-free! These gluten-free restaurants are regulated by the Italian Coeliac Society, where you can easily spot their badge on the door of gluten-free restaurants. Rest assured they are all composed of separate gluten-free kitchens. To spare you from the hassle, check out our list of gluten-free restaurants in Rome, Italy below:

1. Voglia di Pizza - Gluten free

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Voglia di Pizza has been for years on the list of top gluten-free restaurants in Rome, and they don’t disappoint at all. Located in the center of Rome, with easy access to the incredible historical attractions, Voglia restaurant is simply the ideal spot to eat, and hang around with your friends and family. What makes it special though is its authentic ‘homemade’ dishes that are gluten-free, and where you can also choose from five different variants of gluten-free beer. Beside its yummy pizza which is much touted for; its pasta also is a wonderful delight. Did we mention its gluten-free desserts? Well, it’s absolute bliss!

Voglia di Pizza

Address: via dei Giubbonari 33, Rome, Italy

Website: Voglia di Pizza

Opening hours: Mon - Sun: 12pm - 11:30pm

Price: 12 - 22 USD

2. Ristorante Mangiafuoco

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Dining at Ristorante Mangiafuoco brings you the traditional Roman ambiance where you can admire the beautiful arched ceiling while savoring the gluten-free traditional cuisine of the region. And our recommendation has to be its well-stuffed pizzas which are traditionally cooked in a wooden oven. But many come for its grilled meat and fire-grilled ice cream. This family-run restaurant doesn’t only excel in bringing the best of the traditional Roman cuisine but also offers warm hospitality to its guests seeking for an authentic dining experience.

Ristorante Mangiafuoco

Address: Via Chiana, 37, 00198 Roma RM, Italy

Website: Ristorante Mangiafuoco

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 12:30pm - 3pm; Sat: 7:30pm - 12am; Sun: 12:30pm - 3pm

Price: 55.57 USD

3. A gogo - Gluten Free

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When choosing A gogo - Gluten Free, you know you can practically order gluten-free breakfast, lunch, and dinner- all in one spot! As a coeliac, you can enjoy your crisp croissant with coffee and even order from its wide selection of sandwiches, pizzas, and salads. In case you’re looking forward to celebrating a birthday or host a small party, A gogo makes it possible by extending the menu options to dishes such as ravioli, lasagna or parmesan upon prior request. They even offer baked food products such as bread, focaccia, biscuits, and fresh pasta, of course, all gluten-free.

A gogo - Gluten Free

Address: Viale Giulio Cesare, 66/68, 00192 Roma RM, Italy

Website: A gogo - Gluten Free

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 7am - 8:30pm; Weekends: 9:30am - 8:30pm

Price: 4 - 18 USD

4. Il Viaggio

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At Il Viaggio, their philosophy is centered on art and passion, which can certainly be experienced through their gourmet dishes and their creative exhibitions. Their a la carte menu is based on three concepts, notably: the Seaside taste, Earth taste, and the Vegetarian Nature taste. And you also have a long list of wine, which comes from regions like Tuscany, Umbria, and Lombardy. Staff members make sure that no one is left behind and as such there are gluten-free options as well.

Il Viaggio

Address: via Isonzo 14, 00198 Rome, Italy

Website: Il Viaggio

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 7pm - 11pm; Sun - Fri: 12:30pm - 3pm

Price: 39 - 55 USD

5. Crispi 19

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Those who are Mediterranean food fanatics might find Crispi 19 just the right place to eat while visiting Rome. And it is also best suited for a quick business lunch or romantic dinner which can be organized in an intimate setting. Helmed by Maurizio Cavaniglia, the Crispi 19 restaurant offers fresh seafood (lobsters, crabs, oysters, and caviar) and traditional meat dishes, including vegetarian food that is cooked with olive oil. For coeliacs, there are gluten-free options which can be requested while booking a seat.

Crispi 19

Address: Via Francesco Crispi, 19- 00187 Rome

Website: Crispi 19

Opening hours: Wed - Mon: 7pm - 11pm

Price: 12 - 22 USD

6. Risotteria Melotti Roma

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Just visit any Risotteria Melotti and you’ll find some really amazing gluten-free rice products at its shop corner inside their restaurants. And if you happen to be in the center of Rome, then bring your family on a rice-based culinary experience at Risotteria Melotti where you will be introduced to incredible rice dishes prepared with meat, vegetables, fish, and cheese - all with the traditional Italian flavors. Just conjure up the image of risotto with pork loin and fresh Pancetta paired with some delicious wine.

Risotteria Melotti Roma

Address: Via della Vetrina, 12a/b, 00186 Roma RM, Italy

Website: Risotteria Melotti Roma

Opening hours: 11am - 11pm (daily)

Price: 22 - 50 USD

7. Pantha Rei

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Set in a rustic ambiance down a little alley, just a few minutes away from Pantheon, Pantha Rei is by far an excellent dining spot for gluten-free dishes. Arriving there you will surely enjoy the relaxed atmosphere which reigns throughout, and it doesn’t only serve pizzas. Expect to find an array of meat-based dishes from sliced beef to chicken breast, and succulent seafood as well. For vegetarians, there are grilled aubergines, baked potatoes, and mixed salads.

Pantha Rei

Address: Via della Minerva, 19, 00186 Roma RM, Italy

Website: Pantha Rei

Opening hours: Tues - Sun: 12pm - 11pm

Price: 33.34 USD

8. Mama Eat Roma - Ristorante Pizzeria

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Dine at Mama Eat and you won’t regret it, especially when it comes to gluten-free and lactose-free food options! Everyone is indeed included for a perfect family dining experience. Special care is taken to avoid any contamination, and as such a separate gluten-free kitchen is made available for the chef to create lip-smacking dishes. With vast options to choose from - think steak, fish, pizzas, ice-cream, and chocolate cake, here you are just pampered with food!

Mama Eat Roma - Ristorante Pizzeria

Address: Via di S. Cosimato, 7/9, 00153 Roma RM, Italy

Website: Mama Eat Roma - Ristorante Pizzeria

Opening hours: 11:30am - 12am (daily)

Price: 55.57 USD

9. Pandalì

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Not far from the Pantheon, Pandali is ideal for ‘take-away’ meals that are 100% gluten-free, but you can also choose to dine-in. This little restaurant is lauded for its scrumptious pastries which serve as a real treat for coeliacs. Its bread and calzone are especially recommended since they are crisp.

Pandalì

Address: Via di Torre Argentina, 3, 00186 Roma RM, Italy

Website: Pandalì

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 10am - 4pm

Price: 12 USD

10. La Soffitta Renovatio

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For years La Soffitta Renovatio has concocted dishes made with meticulous ingredients, which are partly locally produced. This family-run restaurant specializes in Abruzzo-style cuisine fused with Roman touches. You will find sumptuous dishes, the classic pizza, and pasta. And they do provide their gluten-free version.

La Soffitta Renovatio

Address: Piazza del Risorgimento, 46/a, 00192 Roma RM, Italy

Website: La Soffitta Renovatio

Opening hours: 11am - 12pm (daily)

Price: 67 USD

The best gluten-free restaurants in Rome

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When traveling to Rome you might find it quite daunting to look for some gluten-free restaurants. But spare yourself from the hassle of hunting down gluten-free restaurants and consider our carefully selected list, where you can find dishes which are not only gluten-free but are also lactose-free.

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