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Yorica! Allergy friendly desserts in London *Closed*

November 2020 – Yorica announced they will not be reopening this store after the latest Covid shutdown. 

Yorica is a boon for more than just gluten free, they are free from the 14 major allergens! This creates a safe environment for those with dietary issues to enjoy their delicious ice creams, soft serves, frozen yoghurt, shakes, crepes and waffles and makes them one of the top places to get gluten free desserts in London.

Conveniently located in Soho, they are open day and night to satisfy your sweet cravings.

Yorica shop London

The store is largely designed for takeaway but there is a small amount of bar style seating if you would like to eat in.

The menu

The menu on the wall shows the menu options and prices, with different size servings available – so great for kids or hungry adults! Everything is free from dairy, egg, nuts and gluten and with no animal products, vegans are also free to choose.

The ice-cream flavours and toppings are at the counter where you order and you can go crazy mixing and matching. I believe they make the ice creams on site underneath the shop.

Every single ingredient is shown in their ‘product book’, so you can check online in advance and also advise of any allergies when ordering so they can take extra care in preparation.

The food

I had a yummy crepe with chocolate sauce and coconut chips and my husband and an ice cream, which he said you would not know was dairy free.

The photo below from the sightseeing coeliac shows one of the smoothies.

Please note, that they ask that no other food is brought into the store.

Yorica allergy statement

Yorica is amazing for gluten free desserts in London – make sure you visit!

If you are in the area but can’t get out, ice-creams and soft serve is available via Uber Eats and Deliveroo. You can also buy three flavours of their ice-creams from Ocado.


130 Wardour Street, Soho, London W1F 8ZN


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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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