Glutenfree Tips

Gluten-free breakfast in Amsterdam.

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During the holiday season I get many questions about where to have gluten-free breakfast in Amsterdam. The following tips might help you out.

-The Hema:  a well known store in the Netherlands offering gluten-free breakfast/lunchboxes.
The boxes are 5,- and include gluten-free bread, milk, cornflakes and a cereal
bar.

Locations:
Kalverstraat 202Nieuwendijk 174 open Mon-Sat 09.00-The famous Bagels en Beans with gluten-free bagels. The place opens at 09.00,
check this blog for all their locations.
Piqniq
opens at 09.00.
– And for a
late breakfast check out Beter en Leuk.

If anyone knows good options for a glutenfree
breakfast before 09.00 please let me know!

Recommendations from readers:
Yoghurt Barn for some yoghurt as breakfast
Ysbreeker offers gluten-free sandwiches and is open from 08.00.

 

2 Comments

  1. George Tribe

    April 10, 2016 at 6:51 pm

    My wife is celiac (recently diagnosed) and a little apprehensive about travelling. We’ll be in Amsterdam for a few days in early May. Are the needs of celiacs generally well understood by restaurants in Amsterdam and do many of them have gluten free options (beyond a salad)?

    • Barbara

      April 10, 2016 at 7:31 pm

      Hi George,

      Thank you for your message. There are some place where the needs of celiacs are very well understood. Make sure you go to Heasje Claes for some great dutch food. Other good restaurants are La Vina or Restaurant Lieve. All thee locations work together with the Dutch Celiac association. For lunch you can go to Piqnic or Pancake Amsterdam. I would recommend to avoid the touristic locations.

      Enjoy your time in Amsterdam! If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to ask.

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