Gluten Free Options in Hanoi, Vietnam

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Annam Gourmet Syrena Tower
51 Xuan Dieu St, Quang An Ward, Tay Ho District, Hanoi
Ph: +84 4 3 7184487
Fax: +84 4 3 7184449

This store carries a large display of gourmet groceries, cheese, organic products, gluten free products, fruit and vegetables, gourmet deli, wine and other beverages.

Koto Van Mieu Restaurant
59 Van Mieu St, Dong Da District, Hanoi
Ph: +84 4 3747 0337
Fax: +84 4 3747 0339

KOTO is a non-profit social enterprise dedicated to providing hospitality training and life skills to disadvantaged youth in Vietnam. We had a Vietnamese set menu lunch, and it was both delicious and safe. The managing staff spoke English well, and the concept of gluten free was not new to them.

Maison d’Hanoi Hanova Hotel
35-37 Hang Trong St, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Ph: (84-4) 3938 0999
Fax: (84-4) 3938 0989

We had a Vietnamese set menu dinner, and waiting staff and the chef were able to create gluten free dishes to suit. The buffet breakfasts were excellent from a gluten free perspective. Choices included fried rice, bacon, eggs cooked to your liking, omelettes, plain rice porridge (congee) with other add-in ingredients, noodle soup (need to check that rice noodles are gluten free), fresh fruit, yoghurt and cheeses.


23 Nha Tho St, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Ph: +84 4 3826 6288
Fax: +84 4 3928 7690

We ate here several times, because their grasp of gluten free was excellent. Offering authentic Italian cuisine, the food was delicious! There was a variety of risotto and salads. As well, the staff cooked rice as a pasta aternative, with many of the pasta sauces being gluten free. Wile the owner was a little reluctant to change from traditional Italian food, he did recognise the significance of a gluten free diet, and would change dishes to suit.