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Edinburgh 100% gluten free

Edinburgh 100% gluten free

The lovely city of Edinburgh has many great gluten free places to eat, but this post is dedicated to 100% gluten free venues as part of the UK 100% gluten free series.

Edinburgh 100% GF overview

The criteria used for inclusion are that the business has to be:

  • 100% gluten free (ie no cross contamination risk), and
  • have its own outlet that you can visit, such as a shop, café or a stall at a market.


This post was last reviewed/updated in August 2019


Pumpkin Brown

Pumpkin Brown gluten free EdinburghPumpkin Brown is Edinburgh’s freshest cafe!

Completely free from gluten and dairy, all Pumpkin Brown’s food is naturally refined sugar free, totally organic, locally sourced and a safe haven for coeliacs with their kitchen having no gluten containing ingredients anywhere. Establishing itself within Edinburgh’s vegan scene, Pumpkin Brown out to nourish the residents of Grassmarket and Old Town with balanced meals, drink  full of goodness and speciality coffee.

Pumpkin Brown morrocan buddha bowl







If you have other food intolerances, Pumpkin Brown will be happy to help you.  Stop in for breakfast or lunch or get your daily caffeine hit.  It is primarily takeaway, but there is a small amount of seating.

Pumpkin Brown gluten free Edinburgh Pumpkin Brown fridge

 16 Grassmarket, Edinburgh EH1 2HS
7 days 10am-6pm


Sugar Daddy’s Gluten Free Bakery

Indulgent treats everyone can eat!

Sugar Daddy's gluten free bakerySugar Daddy's gluten free bakery Edinburgh

A completely gluten free bakery & cake shop in Edinburgh, that sells treats that everybody can eat! Always coeliac safe and usually dairy free, with egg free and vegan options also available.  This bakery never uses oats or oat flour, so fantastic for coeliacs also sensitive to oats.  Brownies, blondies, cupcakes & cookies are available daily.  All sweets used for decorations are in the Coeliac UK food directory.

Sugar Daddy's gluten free cakes Sugar Daddy's gluten free treat box

You can custom order celebration cakes and treat boxes (above right) that are made up with a mix of the day’s flavours! Like them on Facebook to see daily specials.

If you are looking for gluten free bread, each Friday there is a delivery from FindLaters bakery.

The Rodney Street store is primarily takeaway (no savoury options), but there is a small amount of seating.  The Roseneath Street bakery is also a cafe, serving light meals (sandwiches, salads, hot meals), and of course cakes and coffee!  There are many vegan, dairy free or soy free options.

For a review by Gluten Free Edinburgh, click here.

5 Rodney Street, Edinburgh EH7 4EN
Wed-Sat 11am-5.30pm, Sun 11am-4pm

8 Roseneath Street, Edinburgh EH9 1JH
7 days 9am-4pm


Tupiniquim ‘Brasil in a box’

Tupiniquim stall_optDelicious gluten free crepes and other Brazilian dishes and fresh juices, served from an old police box.

Tupiniquim gluten free menu

For a review of the crepes, please click here.  Tupiniquim is also available for catering and festivals.

NB:  Please note, I have not confirmed gluten free status with owner yet, but this is in progress. I am confident it is gluten free based on menus and reviews.

Green police box, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh EH3 9AU
(near University of Edinburgh & The Meadows)
Opening times unclear! Website states: Mon-Sat 10am – 6pm, Facebook states: Mon- Sat 11am – 6pm


GF Edinburgh

“Good Food. Gluten Free.”  Take away café selling wraps and sandwiches, soup, pasta, fries, cakes and treats.  Wheat Free Bakery Direct products are sold here. There are two seats by the window if you do need to eat in!

Source: GF Ed facebook

37 Dalry Road, Edinburgh EH11 2BU
Mon 8am-2 pm Tues-Fri 8am-4pm, Sat 9am-4pm




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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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  1. lavina rodger says:

    having been diagnosed with dermatitis herpitiformis some 50 years ago with only tinned GF bread on prescription (yuk) to find all this so access able is just amazing – thank you

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