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La Norma is a gorgeous traditional Sicilian restaurant, and definitely one to check out. The food is tasty, the atmosphere is cosy and full of Italian locals, and the service is great: I asked the waiter for gluten free pasta and they actually stocked it! We ordered the...

Salsamenteria di Parma is a lovely trattoria situated just a stones throw from Piazza del Duomo in Milano. I stumbled across this place, starving and looking for some good food. I arrived at around 1.30pm (when most Italians eat lunch) and all the tables were taken, so...

Ristorante Primo Piano is a hidden gem with a large menu, completely gluten free! Situated between Catania train station and the city centre, tucked away in a back street of Catania, it is a discrete restaurant to the untrained eye. Starting the night with champagne on arrival (common...

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="300"] Gluten free Cornetti/Crossaints[/caption] Is everything REALLY gluten free? I asked the owner after entering Le Altre Farine del Mulino…Yes you read correctly, a 100% gluten free bakery and patisicceria, it is truly one of a kind, and something I hope to see...

La Fenice Restaurant is located down the opposite end of the train station in Sorrento, just off Corso Italia. It has good food, it's reasonably priced and easy to find. Check it out if you're in Sorrento looking for some gluten free pizza or pasta!   Food? The...