“Gluten-Free” and “Italian Food” are two phrases that rarely mix.
Luckily, in Perugia there are plenty of spots to satisfy your pasta needs “senza glutine.”
CeliMANGIAMO is paradise for anyone living the gluten free lifestyle. Located at the end of the MiniMetro (Pian di Massiano) you can find anything your stomach truly desires, while staying true to your dietary needs. Check them out on Facebook and then stop by during their convenient Monday-Saturday hours!
Their hours are as follows:
- Monday~ 4-7:30pm
- Tue-Fri~ 9am-1:30pm and 4-8pm
- Saturday~ 9am-7:30pm
- Closed on Sunday
Planning on cooking for yourself?
COOP have loads of gluten free pastas. Make yourself a delicious Italian style meal with pasta selections such as lasagna or ravioli. COOP has also made it simple for pizza lovers to still enjoy their oven cooked pizza or have some italian cookies.
The Big COOP has a wider selection- and is located just a few stops down on the MiniMetro.
The little COOP has fewer products “senza glutine” but is conveniently located in the center of Perugia.
Sick of eating in your own kitchen?
Going out to eat is a wonderful experience that can overly difficult for people with gluten allergies. For most struggling with these dietary restrictions- dining out is rarely a fully satisfying situation. While at any restaurant in Perugia, kindly ask if they have any of their dishes “senza glutine”- you may be pleasantly surprised.
Some of the most praised restaurants in Perugia have gluten free options.
Located in the center of the city:
- Les Cre Fantastique (Piazza Danti)
- L’Officina (Borgo XX Giugno, 65)
- Osteria il Gufo (Via Della Viola, 18)
In the outskirts of Perugia’s center are:
- La Casina Rossa (Via Pievaiola, 246)
- Oio alla Vaccareccia (Via Tazio Nuvolari, 21)
- Osteria di Pinocchio (Via Tazio Nuvolari, 19)
These are all restaurants that are certified “senza glutine” by the Associazione Italiana Celiachia.