Long time readers of this blog or my Instagram page will know I am on a perennial search for the world’s best gluten free pizza.
So when I heard about an Italian restaurant which took cooking for great pizzas for coeliacs very seriously, I knew I had to visit while we were in Seville.
As soon as I told the waitress I was coeliac, my placement was promptly whisked away and replaced with a a very clearly identified mat!
This was swiftly followed by heated gluten free bread (Schar I think) and bread sticks.
Having heard so many good reports about the pizzas here, I could not pass up the chance to sample…..So here comes a bold statement….the gluten free pizza at Seville’s Al Solito Posto is definitely in my Top 5 of the world’s best gluten free pizzas.
Why so good? The perfect base; thin but not over cooked. High quality ingredients. As well as the ‘gluten free’ place mat, gluten free diners are served their food on a different, clear plate which you see above to ensure that the gluten free food is clearly identified at all stages.
A separate, DEDICATED kitchen for preparing gluten free food.
But what swings it to 10/10 is that my pizza (and indeed my dessert) arrived under a dome to protect it from cross contamination in the kitchen and reaching our table. Impressive. Never have a been served food under a dome to prevent cross contamination!
For dessert I chose this wonderful panna cotta.
The pizza was so good here, we had to come back for a second meal. The gluten eaters rated the pizza here as amongst their best ever pizzas too.
As this restaurant is rated as one of Seville’s best Italian restaurants, I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND booking a table if you plan to eat here. On both visits, all the tables were gone by 9pm.
We also really liked this lively area of Seville, the architecture, musicians, the tables set outside and general ambience reminded us of Buenos Aires.
If you’re a Coeliac visiting Seville, Al Solito Posto should be be at the top of your must visit list.
Gluten free Seville: Key Information for Al Solito Posto
Location: Alameda de Hércules, 16, 41002 Sevilla, Spain
Cost: Pizzas cost around EUR 8-13 each
Would I come back? So good, I did
Tips for visiting Al Solito Posto with kids:
– We visited both times in the evening and opposite the restaurant were a couple of kids playgrounds, packed with small kids at 10pm.
– Although the restaurant opens in the evenings at 8pm, the kitchen does not open until 8.30pm (early by Spanish standards!)
Don’t you just love Spain?!