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Offering crusts with both regular wheat or buckwheat flour, Cielo di Berlino goes the extra mile and prepares all the gluten-free crusts in a separate place to cut down on any possibility of cross-contamination. Any pizza on the menu or custom creation can be made with a buckwheat crust, for an additional fee.
Cielo di Berlino, Monumentenstrasse 31, Berlin, Germany, +49 307 800 1738
The French are known for their love of good food, and French crêpe café Suzette in Prenzlauer Berg is no exception. Luckily, galettes are naturally gluten-free. There’s an affordable lunch special during the week and some pretty amazing alcoholic French cider to wash it all down with.
Suzette Crêperei, Pappelallee 15, Berlin, Germany, +49 306 521 6565
Cozy and cool without being overly trendy, this inviting Neukölln spot, is perfect for a gluten-free brunch or lunch. Their weekly menu centers around two different kinds of Stulle (the German equivalent of an open-faced sandwich), a soup and a bowl, in addition to the regular breakfast-centric egg, bread and yogurt dishes.
No. 58 Speiserei, Weisestraße 58, Berlin, Germany, +49 306 272 8050
Like the French galette, Indian dosas are naturally gluten-free, made with fermented rice and lentils. Chutnify has answered the prayers of many Berliners looking for legitimately hot Indian dishes. In addition to dosas with traditional masala and tandoori chicken, there are many other options for gluten-free eaters, from rice bowls to salads, all of which are helpfully noted on the menu.
Chutnify, Sredzkistraße 43, Berlin, Germany, +49 304 401 0795