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Creps Barcelona – the best gluten-free crepes in the city

Let’s describe the scenario: you are walking on the street and suddenly your nose captures an entrancing smell… that type of smell that you can do nothing but follow… it is a mix of chocolate, sugar and fresh baked dough… this already tells you that you won’t be able to eat it… but you follow the smell anyway until you end up next to a crepes street post. Fail!

Actually, is not a big fail because you already knew you would arrive to such a place because, since you recognized the smell, you already knew you couldn’t eat that delightful-smell thing… that’s a bit frustrating, right?

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But hey! If you are looking for gluten-free crepe shops in Barcelona… this won’t happen to you anymore! The solution is “CREPS BARCELONA”! And, beyond their gluten free crepes and gluten free galettes, you can order to take away or sit there and enjoy one gluten free crepe after the other! That’s what I usually do haha! You can chose from more than 12 salty gluten free crepes and 12 sweet gluten free crepes: goat cheese, spinaches and honey; Spanish ham and brie cheese; boiled ham, edam cheese and egg; 4 cheeses; egg and chorizo; chorizo, tomato and cheese; green asparagus and red peppers; baby beans and brie; nutella; dark chocolate with vanilla icecream; caramel; strawberries and cream; and a long long etcetera!

If you are starving, they also offer menu for lunch! A gluten free menu, of course!

The best of it is that you can eat all of them gluten free! Just remember that the dough of the sweet crepes is gluten full! At the time you order it gluten free, they will make it with the salty dough, which is gluten free. You won’t feel a difference! I promise! And I also promise that you will enjoy really really a lot!

They have 8 gluten free crêperies spread all over the city of Barcelona! for sure you will have one close by when you feel hungry! Look at their webpage: www.crepsbarcelona.com

Their restaurants are at:

– 45 of Gaudí Avenue.

– 38th of Enric Granados Street.

– 1st of Calvet Street.

– 45th of Via Laietana.

– 15th of Verdi Street.

–  40th of Rambla Catalunya.

– 277th of Diputació Street.

– 9th of Princesa Street.

 

If you are looking for other good gluten free restaurants in Bacelona, here there are some recommendations:

1) El Mussol, a typical catalan food restaurant. They have a completely separate gluten free menu. They will also bring you separete cutlery and dressings. You will find it at:

– 261st of Arago Street.

– 19th of Casp Street.

– 488th of Diagonal Avenue.

2) Il Piccolo Focone, here you will find a really good gluten free pizza and an awesome gluten free tiramissu. Pasta is also quite good. They are at 268th of Dos de Maig Street.

3) Messie Pizza. This is a 100% gluten free pizzeria. And they have awesome gluten free desserts. They are at 15 of Siracusa Street.

4) Dionisos Greek Restaurants. If you look for Greek food, this is a good place to go for gluten free stuff. They are at 50th of Aribau Street.

5) Can Conesa at 1st of Llibreteria street is a good option for a gluten free sandwich (warm and cold).

6) Viena, is a fast food high quality restaurant chain, where you will find some salads and three different types of hot sandwiches. They are really good. You will find it at:

– 16th of Pelai Street (near Plaça Catalunya).

– 115th of La Rambla.

– Pedralbes Centre at 609th of Diagonal Avenue.

7) Euskal Etxea, is a Vasc restaurant for pintxos. You will find it at 1-3 of Placeta Montcada, at El Born.

8) El Nacional, is a great place for tapas. They do not have a gluten free menu, but they have an allergen table. Each time I go to Barcelona with friends from abroad or customers, I try to take them there. Just because of the building it is worth visiting. It is located at 24th bis of Passeig de Gracia.

9) Nectari, at 28th of Valencia Street.

10) Out of China, at 100 of Muntaner Street. This is a chinese restaurant that is quite different than other chinese self service buffes. This is a real restaurant, with a gluten free menu and the waiter will bring your dish.

BY CLICKING ON THE MAP OF GLUTEN FREE RESTAURANTS YOU FILL SEE ALL RESTAURANTS WE DESCRIBED IN THIS POST LOCATED IN THE MAP OF GLUTEN-FREE PLACES:

AND HERE WE LEAVE THE CELIAC TRAVEL CARD IN SPANISH:

AND HERE WE LEAVE THE CELIAC TRAVEL CARD IN CATALAN:

P.S.: Please keep in mind that in this blog I share my trips, anecdotes and experiences about gluten free travel around the world. It is possible that, in any of my trips, I go to some restaurant not trained by the associations where the risk of being contaminated with gluten exists. I kindly ask you to also take into account that the list of references can change. Please, always double check before eating in the restaurants we recommend. Thank you very much!

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Me llamo Santi y actualmente vivo en la provincia de Barcelona. En 2001, me diagnosticaron de enfermedad celíaca… ¡por fin! Además, soy intolerante a la lactosa, la alergia al pescado me mata, ¡literalmente!, y también algunas frutas... Viajar sin gluten se ha convertido en mi mayor hobby y creé Gluten Free Adventures por esta razón. Desde los 8 años, he viajado y vivido en distintos países… ¡aquí comparto mis experiencias viajando para descubrir restaurantes sin gluten, pastelerías sin gluten y heladerías sin gluten por todo el mundo! ¡Espero que os gusten nuestros viajes sin gluten!