26 Celiac-Safe Crepe Spots

Find gluten-free crepes in our Celiac-Safe Crepe Guide! See reviews highlighting dedicated gluten-free shops, 100% gluten, egg, and dairy-free restaurants, separate allergy pans and grills, and a shop that can make any crepe celiac-safe! If you manage food allergies, see our Top Rated Crepe Guide!

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Crepes Paulette

Location: Bentonville, Arkansas

“Buckwheat crepes are safe! If you want a savory crepe be sure to ask that they use buckwheat. That’s the one they use for sweet crepes, but it even says on the menu you can switch if you have an allergy!”
@lira9497 who manages celiac


Maldon’s Bistro

Location: Irvine, California

“If you are in Orange County, at Disney or just passing by, you must stop by here. Everything is gluten-free and made in house. They can also accommodate all allergies. You can eat everything from Fried Chicken, to crepes, to a French dip, and amazing cookies. The owners are super friendly and welcoming. This restaurant is a dream come true for those who suffer from celiac and other allergies. They even sell their fresh baked bread loaves to take home!”
@dsarsour who manages celiac and tree nut and seed allergies

Trilogy Sanctuary

Location: San Diego, California

“Trilogy Sanctuary is a 100% gluten-free and vegan facility. All their dishes are delicious. I would recommend their crepes or açaí bowls for breakfast, a bowl or sandwich for lunch, and the Mac-n-Cheese for dinner. You can’t go wrong!”
@maliaglutenfree who manages celiac

Viks Chaat

Location: Berkeley, California

“Gluten-free dosas-these are like a giant crepe! Come here for authentic Indian food; they also have a grocery store attached. The menu is labeled with gluten-free options, so it was easy to find something to eat! Super flavorful and tasty.”
@gfmeg who manages celiac


Meli-Melo Creperie

Location: Greenwich, Connecticut

“AMAZING gluten-free crepes made with rice flour and rice milk. Very allergy friendly and covid friendly.”
@jmurphy who manages celiac and tree nut, soy, milk, wheat, fruit, and vegetable allergies


Brü Chicago

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“What better way to start your Saturday than at a cafe?! If you’re in Wicker Park, you have to check out this cute cafe, Bru Chicago. The crepe batter itself is made out of rice making all of their crepes gluten-free except the Chicken Teriyaki and Tofu Teriyaki due to the sauce. We tried a bunch of options and loved every single one! We can’t wait to come back here to get some of our favorites again & try some other options!”
@rootintootingf who manages celiac

Little Creperie

Location: Clarendon, Illinois

“The crepes are AMAZING! They have crepes to satisfy sweet or savory or whatever you’re in the mood for! Not to mention they have a dedicated prep area for allergens.”
@reganh who manages celiac and milk and egg allergies

The Crepe Shop

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“The staff is very knowledgeable, and they clean down the crepe machine between every use, especially for gluten-free crepes with specified allergies. They also switch out the utensils.”
@rootintootingf who manages celiac


Holy Crepes!

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

“This place is a great stop while you’re cruising around the French Quarter. They make their gluten-free, buckwheat crepes on a separate crepe pan and up front so there’s no worries about cross contamination. Every crepe flavor on the menu can be made gluten-free, both sweet and savory. My only complaint is they could be bigger, but I’ll just order two next time.”
@andglutenfree who manages celiac and an oyster allergy


Paris Creperie

Location: Brookline, Massachusetts

“The Paris Crêperie makes me feel SO safe when I go there. Their menu indicates which crepes can be made gluten-free, and when I asked for the gluten-free version the employee asked if I had an allergy. They have a separate grill they use, and she warned me that it would take extra time to make since there was only one. When I got my crepe to-go, there was an allergy sticker on the outside and it even had been signed by the person who made it. I felt so safe and reassured eating it. I also asked about one of the sauces to make sure it was gluten-free and the employee went to check with the kitchen for me. I got a savory crepe with turkey, gruyère, bacon, and chipotle mayo and it was heavenly. Seriously such an amazing place, a must try if you are in the Boston area!”
@celiactivist who manages celiac and an oat allergy

Pleasant and Main Cafe General Store

Location: Great Barrington, Massachusetts

“Omg! The most eclectic and unique dining experience. The place is a collection of the most random antiques, books, and random items. They also have gluten-free crepes. It definitely feels like a homey mom-and-pop type place and they will probably make you whatever you want. If you go outside they have friendly chipmunks you can feed and watch run around the garden. They do feed peanuts to the chipmunks, so if you have a severe peanut allergy I recommend staying away. I got an egg white farmers veggie omelet, they use vegetable oil on their potatoes, no butter. The greens for their side salads are so fresh and perfect! Definitely worth the stop in just to look around!”
@allergytravelr who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, shellfish, wheat, grains, msg, histamine, and fruit allergies

Starving Artist Creperie and Cafe

Location: Lee, Massachusetts

“This place uses fresh produce and any menu item can be made gluten-free and/or vegan! Including their crepes! The gluten-free vegan crepes use buckwheat flour and soy milk, neither of which I can have, but worth noting! It’s a small kitchen so cross-contamination is possible, but they’re very allergy aware here. They have a nut-free blender as well and clean them between uses. So I was able to safely get a smoothie, which is very rare for me! Overall adorable place with local art hanging on the walls for purchase!”
@allergytravelr who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, wheat, rye, barley, crustacean, and fruit allergies

New York

TAP NYC | 100% Gluten-Free Sandwiches & Acai Bowls

Location: New York, New York

“This is my favorite lunch place ever!! It’s 100% gluten-free and they have amazing food like tapioca crepes. The cheese bread is to die for it’s so good. I avoid the açaí bowls for nuts but the crepes are fine and the pesto is basil.”
@nutsfornogluten who manages celiac and peanut and tree nut allergies

North Carolina

Penny Path Café & Crêpe Shop

Location: Winston-Salem, North Carolina

“I had such a great experience here. Once the server came over and I started asking questions, they informed me they could make just about any crepe vegan, gluten-free and nut-free. I asked if they could make the crepe batter gluten-free and vegan (I have an egg allergy), and nut-free and they could. They even had a dedicated area to make my crepe, including cleaning it down again just to be extra safe. I ended up ordering a savory crepe. Food portions were quite generous and it was quite tasty. We wanted to go back for a sweet crepe but we were so full! I also ordered the vanilla chai latte with oat milk, which was delicious. Overall a fabulous experience and I’m excited to go back again soon. He did mention the house cream wasn’t vegan AND nut-free. I’m not 100% sure if they could make it vegan and not nut-free, but just wanted to flag that for anyone with dairy allergies.”
@laurenliz12 who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, and egg allergies


La Tartine

Location: West Chester, Pennsylvania

“La Tartine has excellent fresh Mediterranean food! The owner is so kind and always asks about allergies vs preferences. The gluten-free crepes and wraps are delicious and exceptionally fresh!”
@amc1001 who manages celiac and shellfish allergies

South Carolina

Queen Street Grocery

Location: Charleston, South Carolina

“Gluten-free Crepes!!! This is one of the best kept secrets of Charleston, as this is in a residential area in the city. They have some of the best gluten-free crepes, bursting with ingredients and flavor. You can’t go wrong with any of the options! Sit outside to take in the Charleston air and feel like a local.”
@jtchambers222 who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, and pea allergies


Red Bicycle Coffee & Crêpes

Location: Nashville, Tennessee

“Gluten-free and nut-free Crepes! Red Bicycle has some great coffee and the best crepes in the city! They offer both savory and sweet crepes (the savory ones are my favorite). Check out all of their Nashville area locations! I will warn for nut allergies they might have some cross-contamination with the crepes (some contain peanut butter and pesto) so be sure to tell them your allergy when you order or order another one of their amazing items, like the tacos!”
@jtchambers222 who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, and pea allergies


Le Veravin

Location: Québec, Canada

“Went here for dinner and came back again for brunch it was so amazing!! Menu is 97% gluten-free because owner has a gluten intolerance, obviously because it’s not a dedicated restaurant there is a chance for cross-contamination but the first question we were asked upon entering was if we were gluten-free or had managed celiac and they were very knowledgeable and informative!! For dinner I had amazing gluten-free fish and chips, as well as fried calamari, and maple crepes, AMAZING!! For brunch I had and egg and meat plate with gluten-free toast and more crepes! It is a stop you HAVE to make if there is a gluten allergy in your party. Worth mentioning that they only usually have one to two staff on hand so it can be a wait for service, but the ambiance is nice and the food is amazing so it is very much worth the wait.”
@hannadonofrio who manages celiac and a milk allergy

Crêperie du Marché

Location: Montréal, Canada

“This 100% gluten-free crepe shop is located in Little Italy of Montreal. They have both savory and sweet crepes, some with unique flavor combos. I had a crepe with a sunny side up egg, ham, cheese, potatoes, and maple syrup. The savory crepes are made with buckwheat flour. Some of the sweet crepes use oat milk so check on those specifics if you can’t tolerate oats. It’s also in a cute market with lots of shops to explore! The staff was really helpful and took time to answer my questions.”
@gflivingbk who manages celiac


Breizh Café

Location: Paris, France

“All Breizh locations in paris are worth visiting. They have sweet and savory gluten-free crepe options!”
@jessiegraber who manages celiac

Creperie Parisienne

Location: Paris, France

“When we got to Paris, we were determined to find safe crepes. We found this spot near the Louvre with buckwheat crepes. A very nice man (maybe the owner?) answered all of our questions and showed us all of the labels. They do not use peanuts, they do use a chocolate hazelnut drizzle (but is not spread or cooked with in the prep area), and use sunflower oil on the crepe griddle. They also have a smaller selection of crepes available for takeaway. We loved our crepes, we came here twice in two days!! Would highly recommend giving Crepes Parisienne a visit if you are near the Louvre, the staff will make sure you are accommodated and safe!”
@elise who manages celiac and peanut and tree nut allergies


Location: Nice, France

“They make a great gluten-free crepe and staff also very alert about nut allergy and can manage it very safely.”
@arunsiyer who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, wheat, seed, and legumes allergies


GROM – Il Gelato Come Una Volta

Location: Venice, Italy

“This place is the best! It’s 100% gluten-free and you can find this gelato shop all over Italy. We visited a Grom in every city we travelled to and it always made our day. They have so many delicious flavors and the cones are made fresh. They even have crepes!”
@andglutenfree who manages celiac and an oyster allergy


Pancakes Amsterdam

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

“There are locations across Amsterdam, but they are known for their offerings of gluten-free, lactose-free and vegan pancakes. They have gluten-free and dairy-free Dutch pancakes (thin, almost like a crepe) and varieties of these on the menu that are clearly marked with allergens. They were good—not the best ever but just standard pancakes, which are a treat if you are gluten-free and dairy-free. It’s a nice spot for breakfast or brunch!”
@alutin who manages celiac and tree nut, milk, shellfish, vegetable, fruit, and grain allergies

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