Regular M&S Simply Food at the Richmond stop on the District Line. Good takeaway prepare fixings for picnic lunch— GF sandwiches, chips, fruit & drinks.
They have labeled things gluten free and also have a free from section of the fridge with gluten free takeaway sandwiches and pasta salad! Great option to grab something quickly. Also have lots of groceries and it's mostly all healthy
M&S is my favorite spot to hit when in town. Their food halls (located around the city) have individual-sized portions of many items prepacked. While I haven't seen GF sandwiches, I usually opt for an individual serving of chicken/turkey, some fruit, and chips/dessert from their "free from" section. Solo travelers who are celiac, this is a great stop to add to your list!
I have now visited all the Marks and Spencer stores in Paris and none of them have had any GF options available.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
This place made visiting Paris so much easier for me! They have 4 different pre-made gluten-free sandwiches (so I too could have picnic lunches), plus a ton of other gluten-free food to purchase. Most of the takeaway Indian food is made without gluten, many of the prepared meats (e.g., Vietnamese pork belly, sausages, etc.) are gluten-free, and there are things like gluten-free Mac and cheese, steak pies, and quiche. Plus gluten-free scones, hot cross buns, muffins, crackers, and so on. I was very impressed. I miss it now that I’m gone.
Beware of the soft drinks and check labels before purchase. The M&S own brand diet cola for example contains gluten (which we found out after the bottle was opened).
Cafe section has jacket potatoes and salad options for a quick lunch. Food hall has a small selection of gluten free snacks and frozen meals.
Always good if you need to grab a sandwich on lunch, or a snack. Also great for gf ready meals, huge gluten free section... breaded chicken burgers, goujons, ready meals, gluten free caramel bites.... best place ever