Soho

Banana Tree

I’ve always walked past Banana Tree without giving it much of a second glace. But a friend suggested eating there as their menu accomodates many food intolerances. Although noisy inside, Banana Tree really does cater for all sorts, including gluten-free, wheat-free, nut-free and dairy-free options. I had the Bun Bo Meaty Salad Bowl, which was filling but also refreshing thanks to spiralized cucumber, rice noodles and fresh chilli.

Banana Tree is a great place to go with a large group of friends. Don’t expect brilliant service, but you can certainly expect a satisfying and well-priced gluten-free meal in the heart of Soho.

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Banana Tree
103-109 Wardour Street,
London
W1F 0UQ

Flat Planet

Wheat-free pizza doesn’t get much better than this. The crusts are thin, the toppings are generous andΒ you leave feeling full yet somehow angelic.

Flat Planet is one of my favourite lunch placesΒ in Soho. The staff are really friendly too and happy to help you pick which organic spelt pizza is more delicious than the next. My favourite is the El Diablo… with extra chilli. 7/10

39 Great Marlborough St
London
W1F 7JG

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