"If I say nothing else - You must experience two teas - Afternoon Tea at Claridges worth every penny, an unbelievable beautiful and delicious GF dining experience and then either the GF tea at the One Aldwych hotel or GF tea at Bea's of Bloomsbury - both more casual but great! Enjoy! "
"We went this summer. I used the Find me Gluten Free app. It worked great. We stayed in the west end of town. We ate at....My old Dutch food for breakfast and lunch Lord john Stirling: GF fish and chips. Only available for lunchWagamama by London Tower... so good and careful"
"...I can tell you that we found it fairly easy to eat GF everywhere we went - actually easier than in the US. Most restaurants were very knowledgeable and had GF items clearly labeled on the menu - often in a separate section of the menu or on their own GF menu. The major grocery stores (Waitrose, Sainsbury's, Tesco and Marks and Spencer) have a very good selection of GF items especially breads including artisanal breads and other baked goods (croissants, pancakes, waffles, etc). I tried so hard to find many of the items back in the US because they were so good but was unsuccessful. Surprisingly, Whole Foods in London had the most limited selection of GF baked goods compared to the other stores. I also recall getting some sweet treats from the food hall at Selfridges. Using the Find Me Gluten Free app as mentioned below we found things like GF ice cream cones at an ice cream shop in South Kensington.
We also ate at My Old Dutch and Wagamama which were mentioned below. My daughter loved the GF pizza at Pizza Express and Carluccio's, one of my favorite casual Italian chains, has GF pasta and bread among a number of other GF items"