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Best Gluten Free Restaurants, Bakeries in Montreal

All your favorite guilty pleasures without the gluten

Jan 10, 2020
Best Gluten Free Restaurants, Bakeries in Montreal

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Whether for health reasons or simply because you prefer not to eat it, gluten is now an element that restaurateurs must consider when making their menus. It is getting easier to find a restaurant where you can eat while avoiding eating gluten-containing products, there are however some restaurants that stand out more than others at this level and where you can enjoy a wide variety of dishes without worrying. Here is a list of our favorites in Montreal and surroundings!

Arepera du Plateau

If you are looking for a place where you won't have to worry at all about gluten, Arepera restaurant on the Plateau offers a 100% gluten-free cuisine inspired by Latin America, more specifically from Venezuela. As the name suggests they specialize in arepas; you can choose between beef, chicken, pork, vegetarian or vegan arepas. Pair your meal with one of their exotic drinks with various flavors such as guava, mango or passion fruit.



The Ottavio restaurant has four locations where you can satisfy your Italian cuisine cravings without worrying about your gluten-free diet. A large selection of pasta, pizza and other Italian dishes are available. The prices are very affordable, and the friendly service guarantees you a good time with family or friends.


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Sushi Momo

Sushi Momo is a rustic-chic bistro specializing in creative vegan sushi rolls & Japanese entrees with a menu section dedicated to Gluten Free choices.

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Ad Hoc

Ad Hoc offers you a unique concept; a fish and chips and mussels gluten-free restaurant. If restaurants can make all kinds of gluten-free dishes, including desserts and breads, why not fish and chips? Their chef being celiac himself, provides his customers with a gluten-free environment where no cross-contamination is possible. Their fish is always of incomparable freshness. Let yourself be charmed by this unpretentious place and its warm atmosphere.



Hero Certified Burgers 

Hero Certified Burgers is located in a small space near Guy Concordia University. Their burgers are made from 100% natural meat from Canada and contain no antibiotics or hormones. Their goal is not to reinvent the burger, but to serve burgers with the best ingredients possible. Select the gluten-free bread option and enjoy any of the burgers on the menu.


Kleine Shoppe

This charming bakery and pastry shop in the Saint-Henri district offers all the guilty pleasures you love but? gluten-free, you guessed it! Not only will you find many sweets, but also some great lunchtime dishes. A catering service is also offered for your special occasions. In addition, if you place your order in advance, it is possible to have a personalized gluten-free cake.



L'Artisan Délices sans gluten et sans lait

Let yourself be tempted by all the little delights that L'artisan Délices Sans Gluten et Sans Lait makes available to you. This gluten-free, dairy-free bakery and pastry shop allows you to enjoy your favorite pastries, breads and sandwiches without worrying about your intolerance. You can eat on the spot or opt for delivery.



Come discover and taste multiple gluten-free specialties: cakes, quiches, buckwheat, quinoa breads, wraps, brownies, etc. Everything is made with certified organic flours and the highest quality products.


Boulangerie baked2go

This place is probably a dream come true for all those who have allergies that prevent them from consuming all the little sweet delicacies found in a pastry shop. Not only are there gluten-free options, but also soy, egg and milk free. No matter what your restriction is, you will find something suitable for your diet. Vegan, low-carbohydrate and sugar-free products are also available.




Now well known in its category, the first Sushi Taxi restaurant was opened in 2000. Since then, around twenty restaurants have also opened their doors to please Japanese cuisine lovers. We especially like them for their creativity and originality. Their menu being very diverse, allows anyone to find something they like, even for those who do not like sushi that much. You will have a hard time choosing when you will take a look into the menu where each item seems more enticing than the other.



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