Very long wait for food, only a tiny restaurant and it was full to be fair. Got told I could have any sandwich or burger but they only had one gluten free bun, luckily it was just me who was coeliac. I had the chef sandwich which came with chips (not sure if they’re cooked in a same fryer so I’m slightly worried but feel alright as far as I can tell?) sandwich was nice but too much sauce, overall nice place but wouldn’t rush back
Restaurant was pretty out of the way, but worth looking for! Very nice vibe and HUGE variety of options to choose from! I couldn’t believe it was gluten free, would easily run there when in Prague!
Knowledgeable, wonderful treats and a good burger.
My husband and I went here for dinner, wonderful experience. We loved the food, the ambience, the service! The waitress (owner I think) was so nice. I had no reactions and will love to go back. Just ask her what she recommends for gluten free- but the gf options are also marked on the chalkboard menu behind the counter. I chose the potatoes & chicken with chili - so good.
The staff could be a little more polite (and knowledgeable about GF allergy) but the food was great! I was brought a basket of regular bread after ordering my meal gluten free. This small cafe had a good selection of gluten free options (buns, cakes, etc.) I got their chicken sandwich on a gluten free bun with a side of fries. I am not completely sure if the fries were fully gluten free but had no issues after.
Had a light lunch here. They have quite a few items labeled as Glutenfree on their menu and have a Glutenfree beer, Celia. The beer is gluten removed so treat that as you will. I had the Cowboy Potatoes with chicken,beans, bacon... it was delicious and very hearty! Note that they do not take credit cards. Note: As is common in Czechia, a number system is used to identify allergens. 1 seems to always mean contains gluten but please double check that. Anyway, there appears to be some confusion on this menu as some of the glutenfree items have the “1” present. Communication with the person serving me was difficult but I did not experience any issues with the food.
They had a gluten free menu plus they offered to adjust other items on the menu to accommodate celiac. The food was very good and the restaurant was cute.
Small cafe with nice staff. Had gluten free bread and gluten free bun for hamburger. No dedicated fryer but she was able to cook up some baked potato slices instead. Would go back, and try the deserts. I think they had at least four that were gluten free.
Close to the old town square in the Jewish quarter. Cute tiny cafe that has good burgers and bread. As well as desserts.