Filed under: Eating out
Through the wonderful blogs on celiac disease that populate the internet, I stumbled upon a lovely little Italian restaurant in North Lambeth. Its called Cotto and is a traditional Italian pizza and pasta joint. Its falls into a category of places I call cheap and cheerful. The owner is a celiac himself so will literally bend over backwards to make sure you have a lovely evening. My BF and I often go as it’s just a short bus ride from our place.
You can see from the pics that they do a pretty mean pizza and the pasta is excellent (both pictured are gluten free). When you arrive you just need to let them know you are celiac and then you will be greeted with warm service and a generous helping of gf bread. It is worth noting that this is a family run restaurant, a rarity in London, with the family making up most of the staff. Prices are about £8-10 for a main, so certainly wont break the bank.
Here is the link. http://www.italiancotto.co.uk/
If you have kiddies as well with allergies and are visiting London, this is a great place to take them. Also the desserts are divine!
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