Toronto’s best gluten-free restaurants

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Whether you have a celiac condition of your family’s gone gluten-free, we’ve rounded up top spots to eat out across Toronto, without worrying about gluten. Most of these restaurants have menus devoted entirely to gluten-free, and all rank high on the delicious scale.

Off the Hook

You’ll love the fresh gluten-free fish and chips at this Riverdale joint.

749 Broadview Avenue, Toronto

Riz

This uptown pan-Asian restaurant is gluten-free, and has an all-you-can-eat buffet.

1677 Bayview Avenue, Toronto

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P.F. Chang’s

This modern Chinese family-friendly resto has an entire gluten-free menu.

10 O’Neill Road, Toronto

The Works Burger Bistro

Head to one of the Toronto locations (Bloor West and St. Lawrence market neighbourhoods) of The Works for gluten-free burgers and buns, free of the usual wheat-based fillers.

Locations across Toronto 

Relish Bar and Grill

Relish is billed as a tapas resto, but locals love it for its extensive gluten-free menu.

2152 Danforth Avenue, Toronto

Hibiscus

This cheery Kensington Market café has a vegan and gluten-free menu that changes weekly. Locals love the gluten-free brunch options.

238 Augusta Avenue, Toronto 

Kupfert & Kim

Pick up vegan and gluten-free healthy take-out light meal options at this downtown healthy “fast-food” café.

100 King Street West, Toronto

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Melissa Carter

Melissa Carter is a writer and editor, living in Toronto. She loves baking apple crisps and fruit pies, napping on a blanket at the beach, running on the shore, and camping out in the living room for fried chicken picnics.

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