If you’re on a dairy and/or gluten-free diet but have been craving for say, a bowl of mac and cheese or carbonara and you’re not sure where to get them – we’ve got you covered. Here, we list the gluten-free restaurants in Singapore to check out.
Open Door Policy
Situated in our city’s hipster haven, Tiong Bahry, this neighbourhood bistro has recently updated its menu with 15 new dishes that are all, of course, gluten and diary free.
Some dishes to try include the vegetable tempura risotto and calamansi chocolate tart served on a meringue tart.
19 Yong Siak Street
This hip outpost nestled within a slew of bars and burger joints in the Keong Saik neighbourhood aims to change the perceptions of what many of us think of raw vegan fare.
Our pick? The raw lasagne made out of sliced zucchinis and macerated tomatoes. P.s the cafe produces its own brand of juices which are available online and in store — what’s not to love?
24 Keong Saik Road
Baker and Cook
Dubbed as Singapore’s only true artisan bakery and food store chain, Baker and Cook dishes out hearty homemade gluten-free breads, cakes, tarts and even doughnuts.
Besides its many sweet treats, the cafe also has an all-day dining menu.
77 Hillcrest Road
If you’re someone with a sweet tooth, here’s the place to get your cravings satisfied.
This cafe specialises in healthy, vegan, diabetic friendly and gluten-free pastries and cakes (they do not contain any eggs, dairy, gluten and sugar), suitable for the health conscious and those who are lactose intolerant or diabetic.
#01-83, 34 Whampoa West
Entre Nous Creperie
Love crepes? Here’s the restaurant to get them.
Serving up both sweet and savory options, the cafe specialises in traditional French crepes using organic buckwheat flour imported from Brittany (a region in north-west of France).
Besides desserts, their quiches and homemade soups are dishes to be reckoned with.
Text: Sofia Kim/Female