There are many places to eat gluten free in Brno! It is a lively city filled with students and young professionals. The hip vibe is undeniable. Brno is the second largest city in the country and is in the south-east part of the country. The city has beautiful river views as the Svitava and Svratka rivers flow through it.
Brno Gluten Free Restaurants
There are plenty of restaurants in Brno, Czech Republic for people who need to eat gluten free or have other allergens.
Fresh Freaks Bistro is a 100% gluten free restaurant in Brno. Everything is delicious and it is a good breakfast, lunch and supper spot. Leave room for the desserts too! Here is their Facebook page.
Location: Lidická 46, 602 00 Brno-střed, Czechia
Hours: Open daily from 8 am to 8 pm.
Fat Free is a fancy 100% gluten free restaurant with a weekly menu using the freshest ingredients. You can’t go wrong eating here. Here is their website.
Location: Tuřanka 55 627 00 Brno – Slatina
Hours: Open Monday to Friday from 7 am to 3 pm and closed on the weekends.
Faency Fries has the best fries ever! They make their own fries and it is the only item they put in their deep-fryer. The fries and dips are 100% gluten free. They have other locations in Ostrava, Olomouc, Liberec and Opava if you are going to those locations as well.
Location: Radnická 376/11, 602 00 Brno-střed, Czechia
Hours: Open Monday to Friday from 11am to 10 pm, Saturday from 1 pm to 7 pm and closed on Sundays.
SIWA Orient has gluten free options on their menu. I successfully had the Indian chicken and basmati rice dish and it was delicious. Every meat dish except kobeba can be served gluten free. There website is in Czech, but if you want to check it out, here it is. The owner speaks English and can help you choose something to order.
Location: Veveří 339/34, 602 00 Brno
Hours: Open Monday to Friday from 11 am to 3 pm and then from 6 pm to 11 pm, Saturdays from noon to 11 pm and closed on Sundays.
McDonalds is an option here in the Czech Republic. Having fast food every once and a while is so fun. You can have a gluten free McRoyal hamburger with a non-toasted gluten free bun and fries. I have even tested it with Nima and it was completely gluten free.
Locations: M-Palác, Heršpická 7, 639 00 Brno-střed, Czechia, nám. Svobody 19, 602 00 Brno-střed, Czechia, Masarykova 32, 602 00 Brno-střed, Czechia
Hours: Check each location for the hours of operation.
Temporarily closed – Proso Gluten Free Gastronomy. Double check if they are open again.
Gluten Free Bakery in Brno
Smajlik is a 100% gluten free bakery in the city. You cannot miss this yellow building and you cannot miss the food! The traditional Czech desserts are amazing, and you can also pick up sandwiches and bread. You must try it. See their website here.
Locations: Náměstí Svobody 85, 602 00 Brno and Táborská 148, 615 00 Brno 15
PS. The Náměstí Svobody location is within a building, so you will have to go inside to find the store location.
Hours: Check their website for each of the store’s hours.
Restaurants can change owners, chefs and menus: please contact the restaurant to ensure a gluten free meal can still be offered.
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Places to Stay in Brno
The best place to stay is in the city center, because you will be close the best gluten free places to eat and walking distance to almost anything worth seeing in the city. See what is out there with a kitchen!
Gluten Free Groceries in Brno
Being able to purchase products at regular grocery stores is a must for people travelling and it was no different in Brno. I could find everything I was looking for without any problem at all in the major stores. There were many small health food stores also that had a great selection of Czech gluten free products.
Zdravy Zivot has gluten free items to purchase and has gluten free items at their restaurant as well. PS – they are closed on the weekends. There are many other health food stores that you can pop in and see what kind of gluten free products they have.
For my favourite GF products in Czech grocery stores, click the link.
How to get to Brno from Prague
You can take a train from the main train station in Prague to Brno. It is a the most used train trip in the country.
While there are many different companies, I suggest using České Dráhy. You can book on-line here or go to the CD desk at the train station.
Things to do in Brno
Saint Peter and Paul Cathedral is a gothic cathedral that you cannot miss. It is in the center of the city and you will get some beautiful pictures from close and afar. It is located here.
Spilberk Castle is in the center of the city and it is a beautiful heritage monument to see. It was first established in the 13th century and has played many roles over time. It was once a castle of royalty and then it went to a prison during the Austro-Hungarian period. You can see the hours of operation and directions to the castle here.
Luzanky park is a beautiful spot for a picnic. The garden area and pathways are very tranquil and is an awesome spot to sit and take in the beauty. I loved to grab a coffee and have a morning walk there. It is located here.
The main square, Svobody Namesti, is a happening place with tons of shops, cafes and pubs. You will definitely find some fun places to hang out here. It is located here.
Villa Tengendhat is a World UNESCO site. It is in a wealthy area of the city with an interesting history. The original family designed the home and were forced to flea during World War II as a Jewish family. The tours must be booked well in advance and here is the website.
April and May are when the trees come alive and spring comes into full force. June to September is peak tourist season and the weather is usually pretty spectacular. The winter months are quite mild, rarely going below 0 degrees.
Gluten Free in Brno
Brno is a hip and interesting city to visit. I highly suggest exploring more of the country, rather than just seeing Prague. The country has so much to offer and has beautiful nature. If you are interested and have any questions, let me know at GlutenFreeTraveller.
For the Best Gluten Free Travel Tips for Czech, click the link.
If you are heading to other cities, don’t miss out on these:
You will have a wonderful time. Don’t let the need to eat gluten free hold you back.
Books About Czech
If you want to read up about the country, I can recommend these two books:
Cheers, I hope you enjoyed my lovely trek,
Brett – The Ultimate Gluten Free Traveller