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Camden Market London – gluten free

By on April 30, 2015 in UK markets & venues with 0 Comments

Camden Lock Market in North West London has become a bit of a gluten free foodie heaven. It is well worth a visit for the food and also to wander around the interesting market stalls – you could spend all day there!  Several of the food stalls feature in the 100% gluten free London street food post, but there are also some other options worth checking out, so the market really deserved a dedicated post.


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This post was last updated October 2018.

I was wondering around one weekend and came across a heaven sent sign – burgers AND cake 🙂

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Honest Burgers

Honest Burgers is not a 100% gluten free venue, but they have quite a cult following for gluten free burgers in London and training is good regarding cross contamination.  The chips are amazing and the buns are excellent too.   For more detail, read my review on Honest Burgers.

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Dingwalls gallery.  7 days 11.30am-11pm (10pm on Sunday).


Cookies and Scream

JULY 2017 update – this location is closed indefinitely due to a fire at Camden Market.   New location: 130 Holloway Rd, Highbury East, London N7 8JE, UK

Cookies and Scream is a vegan bakery, located within the Dingwalls gallery area of the market (virtually opposite Honest Burgers!).  Every product is dairy, egg, wheat and gluten free.   There is some bar style seating looking into the bakery. Tea and coffee available.

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Dingwalls gallery, 7 days a week, 10am – 6pm.


Feed Me Primal

Unfortunately Feed Me Primal ceased trading in January 2018.


Maize Blaze

Colombian fusion street food.  A main meal is a mixed plate of rice, beans, sweet plantains, crispy saute potatoes and chorizo or try a traditional corn dough empanada filled with beef, potato and coriander.  Vegan options also available.

Maize Blaze food

Source: Twitter/Maize Blaze

The menu is entirely naturally gluten free.  The chorizo is the only thing they don’t make themselves (contains soya & milk).   Follow on Twitter to see where else they sometimes pop up around London!

West Yard.  Wed – Sun 10am-6pm



Italian pasta dishes!   Also see their restaurant in Soho on the London 100% gluten free list.

North Yard.  Mon – Sun 11am-6pm

Circus Bros

Spanish food with gluten and dairy free options.  The Spanish omelette is very popular!

Circus Bros.

Source: Twitter/Flourlessinlondon

 West Yard.  10am-6pm, Monday to Sunday

Sonita’s Kitchen

I have not verified this, but have heard all the curries are gluten free.

West Yard.  7 days, 10am-6pm.


Cupcakes & Shhht

Cupcakes & Shhht Camden

Source: Twitter/Cupcakes&Shhht

Fudge and cakes – they have a range of raw, vegan and gluten free cakes, cupcakes and brownies.  (Please note oats are used.)

 West Yard.  7 days, 10am-6pm.



Toastits logo

Source: Twitter/Toastits

This is a relative newcomer to the market and I am still to check if there is a dedicated toaster etc for the gluten free bread – worth checking if you are passing by!

West Yard.  Wed – Sun 9am-6pm


Crepes a la carte

I have only seen this stall in passing, but the galettes are naturally gluten free – just check re cross contamination.

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West Yard.  7 days, 10am-6pm.êpes-à-la-carte


There are probably more gluten free finds in the market – please comment below if you know of others that can be added to the list!



The market is open Monday – Sunday 10am – 6pm (although individual trader’s hours vary).

Camden Market, Chalk Farm Road, Camden, NW1 8AF   

Camden Market even hold gluten free food festivals (usually around Coeliac Awareness week in May, September and at the end of each year)!

See the Events page for information.

Photo credits:  Blogger’s own unless otherwise noted.


If you have time, it is lovely to take a canal boat down Regents Canal from Camden market down to Little Venice.  You can stop off at London Zoo on the way as well.

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You can easily walk to Paddington station along the canals from where you are dropped off.  If you are still of need at food at this point, there are a few options in Paddington station, or for a more substantial meal, I have had some lovely meals at The Summerhouse (a short walk from the narrow boat drop off).

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About the Author: Caroline was diagnosed with Coeliac disease in 2006 and likes to share her gluten free finds around the UK, Australia and the rest of the world! See more on her in the 'About' page. .


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