The owner and all the females in her family have celiac. Just tell them you have celiac and they will go into the back to get you whatever you need. They have separate prep areas for all GF goods. Got to chat with them and hear their story and it was great to find a place where I can get baked goods. The sugar cookies are amazing and the cupcakes are moist and light. I would highly recommend this as a must visit spot for any celiac. They also have dine in food options for celiacs
Excellent selection of gluten free foods, and good tasting as well. I have celiac, and have missed French fries and mozzarella sticks since my diagnosis. I could have both here. My wife's salad was also excellent, and gluten free. My only criticism is that the waitress didn't seem that familiar with what was GF and what wasn't, but she did check with the cook, who knew.
Great food. Several items gluten free. Pork loin was confirmed gluten free by a manager. My wife (celiac) normally gets a quarter chicken with green beans or boiled yucca. Several sauces including the delicious cilantro garlic are gluten free. You always need to request "don't put a roll on my plate."
Their Gluten Free Menu is awesome - they have gluten-free Fried Chicken and Joe Joe's ( potato wedges) now offered Monday through Thursday, and they have gluten-free pizza ( which is amazing ) any day of the week, along with gluten-free desserts most days. Glutenfree pasta as well.
Take out only, btw.
It's so good it's worth the drive (1.25 hours from PA). I usually buy a bunch of the chicken to take home & freeze so I can just pop a piece in the toaster oven when the family gets KFC .
Staff very accommodating as well. You can't go wrong with Altieri's .
Asked for GF menu and the waitress plopped down this tiny card that I couldn't even read it was so small. When I finally figured it out and ordered, my plate came out with a piece of bread on it. Since I'm just gluten intolerant I just stayed away from that part of my plate, but it is concerning.
yum! Had a delightful meal here as we traveled to take college co-ed back to school. None of us three celiacs had any problem, and everyone in rhe party of five enjoyed the meal. I also enjoyed the decor, which is Christian.
I lived here as a gluten eating teenager. I was more than excited to eat cheese fries again. Dedicated fryer and kitchen seemed knowledgable. My mom had a gf burger and the bun was the best I've had out. Thinner but soft and did not fall apart. Next day and both my mom and I are fine!
Pizza is good but we're pretty sure it's just Udi's crust. Also have buns which are hit or miss because they can fall apart. And the stuffed chicken dish is awesome- what I used to get before gf. Mashed potatoes are also gf.
DANGER! BEWARE! I got seriously "glutened" there. I was hundreds of miles from home so it was a REAL problem for me. While their ingredients may be safe, I do not believe they have proper preparation protocol for serving a delicate celiac. They seem to have only 1 grill and there were NO signs of anyone changing gloves, cleaning the grill, using different tools to work with gluten-free batter. Sadly, hindsight is better vision than foresight. But YOU can learn from my complacency-bred terrible mistake! If your GF diet is by choice, perhaps you'll be fine. But if you are a highly reactive celiac like I am then AVOID AT ALL COSTS OR BE PREPARED TO WATCH LIKE A HAWK AND POSSIBLY REJECT YOUR MEAL FOR BAD PREP.
3378 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH 03860
Knowledgable staff looked up ingredients of their hot dogs for my daughter with celiac. Agree with others that the gluten free menu was small (they should add the hot dog!) but overall quality was good. Chipotle caesar salad was delicious. We would go back.