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London 100% gluten free street food & market stalls

There are nearly twenty 100% gluten free street food stalls and market stalls around London, so as a coeliac you are able to eat whilst enjoying the market atmosphere!

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The criteria for inclusion is that the food has to be 100% gluten free (ensuring no cross contamination risk) and have its own outlet that you can visit.

This is the sister list to the 100% gluten free London post as it got too large – what a great problem to have!  The original list now only contains fixed venues – cafes, restaurants and bakeries. If you are venturing out of London, the UK 100% gluten free page may also be of interest.

This post was last updated in March 2017.


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Use the headings below to jump to your preferred area.

LONDON – Central                LONDON – West  

LONDON – South West        LONDON – North  

LONDON – South East          LONDON – East

LONDON – Central – various locations

If you would prefer a printable list, please see the restaurant lists page.

LONDON – CENTRAL

The Free From Bakehouse (Borough Market)

Borough Market gluten free bakery

The Free From Bakehouse is a dedicated gluten free bakery and around two thirds of the items are also dairy free.  There are also sugar and egg free options.  You will be licking your lips at all the options available to you – cakes and biscuits, savoury tarts and muffins, bread and chilled desserts (in summer).  The Free From Bakehouse has won several Great Taste and Free From Food awards.   They also do Birthday Cakes and a selection of products can be found at the branches of The Natural Kitchen, Whole Foods and Fortnum & Mason.

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Click links  for further information on Borough Market stalls and restaurants.

Green Market at Borough Market, 8 Southwark Street, London SE1 1TL
The Free From Bakehouse is there Wednesday to Saturday.  Market is open all day, from 10am on weekdays and 8am on Saturday.

Check the website for details of festivals that The Free From Bakehouse attends.

www.thefreefrombakehouse.com

LONDON – VARIOUS LOCATIONS

Sticky Bundits

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Try Sticky Bundits for something different with their gourmet sushi burgers, with delicious buns made from rice.

This family team bring a twist on the burger.  The fillings are as far from a burger as you can imagine, with exciting flavours, texture and colour combinations from places you’ve been or places you’d love to explore (think Vietnam, West Indies, Japanese & Chinese!).    All dishes are gluten and lactose free and there is also a vegan option.   Below is the Signature Dish – Boom Cha!, which is a twist on the noodle soup dish, Bun Cha and includes Vietnamese marinated pork burger with Asian basil chutney on sesame-infused rice buns.

Sticky Bundits sushi burger

Photo credit: Ilaria Cannavà

StickyBundits are crowdfunding to open a casual restaurant in Portsmouth – see link if you are able to help!

Check Twitter @stickybundits or Facebook for locations
(eg have attended Lower Marsh market (behind Waterloo station) and Maltby Market in Bermondsey)

www.stickybundits.com

Feed Me Primal

Feed me primal gluten free street food

Feed me primal is a paleo food stall, based on the hunter-gatherer diet, which is grain (and gluten) free.

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The above is a mixture of pork, venison and lamb meatballs (you can have one type of meat, all three or go vegetarian!), on a cauliflower rice with parsnip, carrot and beetroot, a salad, and a grain free flatbread which was made out of cassava flour, almonds, seeds (and something else I can’t remember!).   It was all delicious as the flavours all blended and resulted in lots of ‘yums’.

Follow on Twitter @FeedMePrimal to see where they pop up in London!
(eg they have been at Shelton Street Market (Covent Garden), Real Food Festival (Waterloo), The Devonshire Square World Food Market (City EC2), Croydon Box Park and are also always at Camden Market)

feedmeprimal.co.uk

Bubble&

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Bubble & squeak is an English dish traditionally made with leftover vegetables from a roast dinner.  It is usually made from potato and cabbage plus any other vegetables, mashed and fried together until the mixture is brown on all sides.

Bubble& however are dishing up gluten free gourmet bubble and squeak (and not from leftovers!) at street food markets around London during the week.  You can also order online for fresh delivery to your door.

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The ‘bubbles’ are served with mouthwatering seasonal accompaniments.  For example, the Bubble& pork shoulder is Szechuan-glazed pork shoulder served with apple sauce and crackling.  For a meat free option, try the goat’s cheese with garlic pesto or the halloumi curry with butternut squash, spicy cashews and coriander.

Follow on Facebook to see where they pop up in London!
(eg they are regulars at Shepherds Market locations such as Piccadilly, Spitalfields and Victoria)

www.bubbleand.co.uk/locationswww.shepherdsmarkets.com/markets/

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 gluten free 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 @MaizeBlaze to see where they pop up in London!
(eg they have been at Old Street  Station and are also always at Camden Market)

www.maizeblaze.com

 

Dona Rita

Pao de Queijo is a Brazilian cheese bread that looks like a dough ball!  It is crunchy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. It’s light, cheesily addictive and naturally gluten free as it is made with cassava (tapioca) flour.  Pao de Queijo is served with familiar toppings to add a British twist to this Brazilian classic.

Follow on Twitter and Facebook @oidonarita to see where they will be.

donarita.co.uk

 

Risotto2go

Risotto food van that appears at festivals around the UK.

Risotto gluten free street food

risotto2gologo_optFollow on Twitter @Risotto2go to see where they pop up in London!
(eg they have been at Against the Grain festival at Camden market, Lovebox & Citadel at Victoria Park)

http://risotto2goltd.vpweb.co.uk/events

Dosa Deli

Serving up vegetarian gluten free dosa dishes in various locations around London and the UK.

Check out their ‘find us’ page for the latest locations at KERB markets and other events such as Glastonbury. They are also available for private catering.

www.dosadeli.co.uk      http://www.kerbfood.com/markets/

 

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 LONDON – SOUTH EAST

Elvira’s Secret Pantry (Crystal Palace, SE19)

Elvira's secret Pantry

This bakery is free from gluten, dairy and yeast, making cakes, sweet and savoury tarts, bread and pasta.

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Haynes lane, SE19 3AP
Crystal Palace Food Market on alternate Saturdays, 10am-3pm.   Also selling online.

www.elvirassecretpantry.com

 

Owl Kitchen  (Crystal Palace, SE19)

Run by a coeliac, sweet and savoury items (cakes, pies etc.)  Dairy free and sugar free also available.

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Haynes lane, SE19 3AP
Crystal Palace Food Market on alternate Saturdays, 10am-3pm.   Also selling online.

www.owlkitchen.com 

 

The Wheat Free Kitchen (West Norwood, SE27 & Forest Hill, SE23)

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Gluten and wheat free sweet and savoury bakes by an online bakery, but stalls held at West Country and London markets (eg West Norwood Feast Market) and pop up events (see twitter and blog for event information).

St Luke’s church, Nor­wood High St, Lon­don SE27 0DT
West Norwood Feast Market on the 1st Sunday of the month April-December (10am-4pm).

100 London Road, Forest Hill, London, SE23 3PQ
Horniman Farmers’ Market on the 3rd Saturday of the month 9am – 1.30pm

www.thewheatfreekitchen.co.uk/

 

OMGf Deli   (West Norwood, SE27)

Please see the entry under Clapham (above) and address details for market under Wheat Free Kitchen (above).

 

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LONDON – NORTH

Camden Market NW1

For more options at Camden Market, please see the Camden Market gluten free post.

Cookies and Scream  ***CLOSED DUE TO FIRE***  New shop open in Highbury

Cookies and Scream is a vegan bakery, located within the Dingwalls gallery area of the market (conveniently close to 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, The Market Hall, Camden Lock Place, Camden, NW1 8AF  Telephone: 07778 691519
Open from 10am – 6pm, 7 days a week.

www.cookiesandscream.com

Feed Me Primal

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Feed me primal is a paleo food stall, based on the hunter-gatherer diet, which is grain (and gluten) free.

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The above is a mixture of pork, venison and lamb meatballs (you can have one type of meat, all three or go vegetarian!), on a cauliflower rice with parsnip, carrot and beetroot, a salad, and a grain free flatbread which was made out of cassava flour, almonds, seeds (and something else I can’t remember!).   It was all delicious as the flavours all blended and resulted in lots of ‘yums’.

They are regularly at Camden Market Friday to Sunday, but you will also find them at other venues around London (see various locations above).

Global Kitchen, West Yard, Camden Lock Market, Chalk Farm Road, Camden, NW1 8AF
Fri, Sat, Sun 11am – 5pm

feedmeprimal.co.uk

 

Maize Blaize

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.

The menu is entirely naturally gluten free.  The chorizo is the only thing they don’t make themselves (contains soya & milk).   They are always at Camden Market, but follow on Twitter to see where else they sometimes pop up around London!

West Yard, Camden Lock Market, Chalk Farm Road, Camden, NW1 8AF
Wed – Sun 10am – 6pm

www.maizeblaze.com

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 Stoke Newington N16

G.O.D Bakery (Gluten Out Done)

God Bakery cake display God Bakery cake with signRun by a coeliac, this bakery produces a variety of sumptuous artisan cakes and savoury bakes.  They also find ways to bring our ‘five-a-day’ into sweet treats, so you should try their Courgette, Chocolate and Cinnamon cake, or their signature cake parsnip, pecan and salted caramel cake!

Stall at Stoke Newington Farmer’s Market, or order online.

Stoke Newington Farmer’s Market, St Paul’s Church, Stoke Newington High Street, N16 7UY
At market every other Saturday.  Market is open every Saturday 10am – 2.30pm.

www.godbakery.com  

 

Mr Prempy’s

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Mr Prempy’s cakes and chocolates are unbaked (raw), certified organic by the Soil Association and are free from gluten, dairy, refined sugar and eggs.  Their cakes and chocolates can be found at a number of cafes and juice bars in London and you can also find them at three markets every weekend (also see below and the West London section).

At market every Saturday 10am – 2.30pm.

Stoke Newington Farmer’s Market, St Paul’s Church, Stoke Newington High Street, N16 7UY

www.mrprempys.com

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LONDON – EAST

Floris Foods (Hackney, E8)

Floris Foods stall
Floris foods has sweet and savoury items – quiche, pies, tartlets, bread, biscuits, donuts, brownies etc. The cinnamon buns look amazing!

Broadway Market (this is a street name) Hackney E8 4QJ
Every Saturday 9am – 5pm.  The stall is near The Cat and Mutton pub, at the ‘park end’ of the market.

www.facebook.com/floris.foods

Buses:  Hackney Road and Mare Street; Tube:  Bethnal Green; Rail:  London Fields (10 mins from Liverpool St); Overground:  Haggerston or Hackney Central; Parking:  street

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LONDON – WEST

Pinch of This (Acton)

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Pinch of This provides fresh, delicious, gluten free baking including cupcakes, French macarons, brownies & much more.   Their products are gluten free but have the taste and texture of regular baked goods.  They only use the finest natural, organic and locally sourced ingredients wherever possible.

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Find them at markets (Acton, Kew & more) and they are also available for canapé catering.  See Twitter @pinchofthisuk for events and market attendance.

Fine Foods Market, Saturday 10am – 3pm*, Derwant Water Primary School, Shakespeare Road, Acton W3 6SA
*See Twitter to confirm attendance.

www.pinchofthis.co.uk

 

LONDON – SOUTH WEST

OMGf Deli (Clapham, SW4 & West Norwood SE27)

OMGf deli gluten free marketA small deli offering sweet and savoury gluten free items, such as pasta, quiche, sweet potato and black bean cakes, biscuits and muffins.

 Venn Street Market, Clapham Common, SW4 on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month from 10am – 4pm  www.vennstreetmarket.co.uk/

West Norwood Feast Market on the 1st Sunday of the month April-December (10am-4pm).  westnorwoodfeast.com/

www.omgf.co.uk

Station 26, Brixton Market SW9

Not a market stall, but a full cafe – please see the London 100% gluten free post for more details.  It is a cash only shop.

Unit 26, Brixton Village, London, SW9 8PS   Phone: 020 7274 6267

www.station26.co.uk/

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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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