Tula Gluten-Free Bakery and Cafe in Portland

Tula Gluten-Free Bakery Cafe

I got back from my third trip to Oregon last week. It was another very busy business trip but also really fun. I started my week-long visit by renting a car and heading east out of the city. Before I hit the highway, I made sure to visit the NE section of Portland to pick up some breakfast at Tula Gluten-Free Bakery. I had scones from Tula before, but I wanted to go and check out this place myself. I am glad I did.

There is something so comforting that has the words “Gluten-Free” in the name of the restaurant. I walked into Tula and just felt normal. There were people enjoying coffee and most importantly, lots of gluten-free treats. I spent a good ten minutes looking at the gorgeous display of gluten-free food before deciding on a ham and cheese roll for breakfast. I knew I was also going to take lots of treats for the road, but I wanted to pace myself.

The best thing about Tula’s (besides being 100% GF, of course) is how clear they are with labeling. They label things that have dairy, eggs, nuts, etc. This is especially helpful for people managing multiple allergies.

I was more than happy with everything I got from Tula’s including the ham and cheese roll for breakfast and a walnut jam scone, a parmesan/cheddar scone, and a piece of banana  bread to go. I seriously wanted one of everything but limited myself!

If you are in Portland, stop at Tula Gluten-Free Bakery. You will not be disappointed.

Tula Gluten Free Bakery Cafe
4943 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Suite 101
Portland, OR 97211
503 764-9727


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4 thoughts on “Tula Gluten-Free Bakery and Cafe in Portland”

  1. I love this place. It’s right next to one of my gyms so it’s hard to resist a tasty treat right after a workout! Their focaccia bread is amazing too. And their tea.. and… well everything!

    1. I noticed the gym and the Zumba classes right next door. If I lived in Portland, I would probably go to Zumba and then to Tula on a regular basis. 🙂

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