Updated： November 07, 2018
Gluten-Free Little Bird Cafe: All The Japanese Comfort Food You've Been Dying To Try!
Gluten-Free Little Bird Cafe is a lovely cafe in Shibuya where all you gluten-free dreams have come true! You can finally try all the Japanese comfort food without the gluten! It's simply amazing!
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Gluten-Free Little Bird Cafe
Around a 5 to 6 minute walk from Yoyogi Hachiman station, this gluten-free restaurant in Shibuya only uses domestic rice and, of course, no wheat. They have numbers of dishes that you can enjoy, from ramen to desserts, so make sure to check this place out if you are gluten intolerant as you can try anything from Japanese comfort food to Western pancakes as well!
This dish is called Kushikatsu, and if you are someone with a gluten intolerance, it is probably very hard to try this dish in Japan as it is made with a wheat coating before being fried. At Little Bird, you can try some Japanese classics in a safe environment. Actually, you don't have to have to be on a gluten-free diet to enjoy this food.
Good portions at a reasonable price. People come to this cafe restaurant for the burgers, the pasta and the many delicious gluten-free deserts which include thin pancakes, parfaits and dessert pizzas.
Agedashi tofu is a delicious dish which is often made with green onions, a kind of Japanese ginger, and dashi. It simplicity is surprising and deliciously addictive.
Although the restaurant focuses on gluten-free variations on Japanese and Western comfort food, they also have healthy options, such as salads and udon noodles (800 yen and 600 yen respectively).
I think many people will be happy to find gluten-free amazing gyozas. This dish is perfect any time of the day. Japanese people have it for dinner with rice or as an accompaniment with beer. Speaking of the devil, they also have a gluten-free beer here!!
Gyoza + beer= sheer happiness!
Another extremely popular dish in Japan right now is fluffy pancakes!! And the owner managed to make a gluten-free version of it too!! She also made very thin crepes as well as American pancakes. If you're a pancake lover like myself, this is an incredibly lovely thing!
If you have a gluten intolerance or are following a gluten-free diet, or if you just enjoy good food, you can stop by Little Bird Cafe to enjoy some really delicious dishes! What is more is that it's not more expensive than what you would find anywhere else!
- Lili Wanderlust
- I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.
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