In all my research about Tokyo, Little Bird Cafe came up time and time again. While there are many cafes and restaurants that offer gluten-free options, Little Bird Cafe is 100% gluten-free and offers many dairy-free options as well. The small restaurant is on the fourth floor of a building next to Yoyogikoen Station. The menu offers a variety of options, including pizza, pasta, sandwiches, ramen, dumplings, fried chicken + waffles and more.
I hadn't eaten a green salad in days and was very excited to see it on the menu! The salad comes with cheese, but if you're dairy intolerant you can opt to have it removed. Next up were AMAZING gluten-free chicken potstickers. I also decided to treat myself and ordered a Nogodoshi-Nama gluten-free beer! So delicious!Although the ramen was tempting, I was craving a sandwich and went for the "raw ham" with avocado served with a side of fries. The bread was sort of like a thick pizza dough/crepe which was super chewy and delicious. The servings are huge here, so make sure you arrive hungry! I was too full to order dessert, but the green tea matcha waffles looked out of this world. Next time!