Back to Turin, back to one of my favorite coffee shops: Gluti. Niched in the beautiful via dei Mille, Gluti offers many desserts that are gluten free – how can I forget that incredibly fluffy and delicious gluten free brioche that I ate the first time I went there?!!! At the same time on the menu there are also savoury dishes like salads, fresh gluten free focaccia and toasts. I went there yesterday as I was missing to experience the savoury gluten free food at Gluti. I opted for a focaccia with stracchino cheese, bresaola and rocket. Overall it was good but I might say that the focaccia dough has some room for improvement.
To me what’s really good at Gluti are the gluten free desserts. I chose the Italian and traditional “torta alla nocciola”. La torta alla nocciola is a hazelnuts cake that is typical of the Piemonte region and it is made with the famous “round-shaped” hazelnuts and no gluten. At Gluti it comes also with no lactose. So tasty and so light, I loved it!
At Gluti, you can eat also products with gluten but all the gluten free ones are made in a dedicated pastry shop.
To read my older post on Gluti, click here.