Where to eat and drink in Düsseldorf, Germany
Dusseldorf is the capital and second-largest city in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is the seventh-largest city in Germany.
Wander along the Rhine Embankment Promenade (Rheinuferpromenade), a promenade on the right bank of the Rhine. It bends from the Parliament down to the harbour and it gets sunshine all day long.
Isabella glutenfreie Pâtisserie
Isabella Glutenfreie Pâtisserie is a chain and is located in Aachen, Düsseldorf (Oberkassel & Königsallee/Kö-Galerie), Hamburg, Cologne and Stuttgart.
I visited Isabella glutenfreie Pâtisserie in Aachen, read my review about it here.
Düsseldorf Oberkassel: You will find Isabella Glutenfreie Pâtisserie on Arnulfstraße nº4, Düsseldorf, Germany.
Düsseldorf Königsallee/Kö-Galerie: You will find Isabella Glutenfreie Pâtisserie on Königsallee nº60, Düsseldorf, Germany.
Underneath I have listed some restaurants which I haven’t visited yet, but are on my list! I got these reco’s from gluten-free friends, family and followers.
Ristorante Barolo serves Italian cuisine combined with an international touch. The menu is marked up with allergens and they offer few gluten free options. Also they have an excellent wine selection.
Address: Königsallee nº60, Düsseldorf, Germany.
Brauerei im Füchschen
Although the thought of a brewery might scare you off, they do offer some gluten-free options here. The menu is clearly marked with allergens. The portions are big including lots of meat and potatoes.
Address: Ratinger Str. nº28, Düsseldorf, Germany.