In this installment of our Best of Gluten-Free in Paris series, we focus on a universal favorite: pizza. Sometimes, no matter what city you happen to be in, you just want a good pizza. Even if Paris isn’t famed for its pizzas, gluten-free eaters can rest assured that they have some great options for a slice if they’re craving melted cheese and fluffy crust. 

Heart-shaped gluten-free pizzas from Il Quadrifoglio in Paris. One has plenty of rocket leaves (left) and the other red peppers (right).
Il Quadrifoglio

Il Quadrifoglio is a centrally located restaurant that serves up heart shaped pizzas that can be made gluten free for a small additional charge.

Two gluten-free pizzas, one a margherita (left) and one a ham and mushroom (right), set on a wooden table at Little Nonna.
Little Nonna

If you’re looking for more than just pizza, there are plenty of gluten free Italian options in Paris. Little Nonna is an entirely gluten free Italian restaurant that has pasta and dessert options as well. The entire menu is made in house using organic ingredients and traditional Italian recipes.

Mouth-watering spaghetti with peas and squid (left) and linguine with crumbly cheese (right) at Mimi Cave à Manger.
Mimi Cave à Manger

Mimi Cave à Manger offers a gluten free menu of fresh pasta and homemade tiramisu. Manicaretti is another restaurant that uses alternative flours- rice, corn, buckwheat- to make gluten free homemade pasta and bread. 

Mouth-watering hand-rollled clam and bacon pasta at Mimi Cave à Manger (left) and dry pasta being made at Manicaretti in Paris (right).
Mimi Cave à Manger / Manicaretti

If you’re looking for a typical Italian dessert in gluten free form, head to Grom. This gelateria, which has several locations across Paris, serves up delicious gelato in gluten free cones. 

A cone ice cream being served up (left) and two ice lollies, one orange, one white (right) at GROM.

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Emily Dilling

Emily Dilling is a France based writer and author of My Paris Market Cookbook: A Culinary Tour of French Flavors and Seasonal Recipes. In 2005 Emily moved to Paris from her native California and began exploring the cities markets, restaurants, and cafés. In 2010 she founded the blog Paris Paysanne, where she writes about her favorite addresses and artisans in the city. Emily currently lives in the Loir-et-Cher region of France, where she writes and works in the grapevines.

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