Food Diary: Gluten-Free Dining at Prezzo

Gluten-Free Penne Con Salmone

Oak-roasted salmon, broccoli and red chilli in a creamy pomodoro and pesto sauce

Gluten-Free Penne With King Prawns

King Prawns with spinach, red onion, red chilli and garlic in a tomato and garlic sauce


Dining out when you have food allergies/intolerances/coeliac disease can be so difficult especially if people are not knowledgeable of the risks of you eating certain things. I have been to Prezzo twice now and I have to say the experience has been amazing on both occasions. I have not been ill and have not had any symptoms whatsoever after dining there.

The customer service was on point. They have a separate gluten-free menu and also have allergen information available at hand for all their dishes which is just amazing. I definitely know that I can dine with a peace of mind.

I ordered the Gluten-Free Large Pane Con Cipolla (Garlic pizza bread, with balsamic onions and mozzarella) for a starter; sorry I didn't take a photo as I was so hungry and couldn't wait to eat it. I have had it before and it was just as good as I remembered and it is also such a great starter for sharing.

For my main, I had the two-classic pastas (Penne Con Salmone Classic GF and Penne With King Prawns Classic GF) and honestly they did not disappoint. The food was so delicious and of good sized portions that I had to take my leftovers home - yes it was that good!!

Mind you I don't eat out much however this is by far the best gluten-free meal that I have ever had (so far) and I can definitely see myself being a regular at Prezzo. 

IMPORTANT:  always ask about allergens as recipes and ingredients can change.

If you have any suggestions of restaurants with amazing gluten-free options then please do let me know in the comments section below as I would love to try them.

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