Place is clean and friendly, but not completely gluten free friendly. They have GF pizza but chances of cross contamination are high since they don't cook or use separate ingredients. And they use same oil to fry gluten and non gluten items so if you want their awesome tasting GF wings, got to get there early enough before they fry other glutinous food. Their only GF items listed on menu are salads (need to specify no chips on Sante Fe salad or bread on side), pizza (only individual size), and fish tacos (non breaded). Disappointed because I came here for their GF pizza but since they are not completely GF and I'm highly sensitive, then waitress recommended against it. So sad!
I'm gluten free and dairy free; never thought a grilled cheese restaurant would be my go to restaurant. Staff is very knowledgeable and I've never had a problem. They don't have a dedicated fryer so can't do the fries (they do have alternatives though) but everything else has a dedicated gf cooking area. If you don't like anything on their small menu they do have a large list of ingredients to choose from so you can build your own sandwich.
Great food away from the beachfront crowded restaurants in a shopping plaza.
I had the Burrata mozzarella salad with fresh basil and mint grown fresh in their garden, it was fantastic. For the main dish they specially prepared chicken picatta with a delicious lemon sauce and excellent gluten free spaghetti with the same lemon and capers sauce, excellent.
From outside it looks like a small pizza place but the menu is very good and the food excellent, we are from RI and I found this restaurant with a FindmeGlutenFree search.
My husband is not GF and had a regular calzone that was baked fresh with pepperoni, riccata and mozzarella and a side of tomato sauce. I definitely recommend this restaurant off the beaten beachfront path.
First off- it is celiac safe and for that I give it two stars. Okay, it's on 23rd, nice to have a safe reliable option, but being Italian, it wasn't very good and reminded me of Olive Garden. For those of you looking for good pasta to make at home, try Jovial brown rice pasta, closest one I can find to real pasta-and non gf folks cannot tell the difference. The marinara sauce was little bland- I say try maybe Alfredo sauce or something else. Overall-just eh and okay I suppose.
The waitress recommended the white pizza for the gluten free crust saying she felt the crust didn't always handle the sauces/oils of the other pizzas the best and I'm glad she did. It was delicious! I'm very happy that i pulled up this app and found this place because the ambiance has a lot of character and I loved the pizza.
They can do anything from their main dishes that isn't battered gluten free. The containers and receipt were clearly marked "gluten free", and they included gluten free soy sauce packs. Take out/delivery only!
This is excellent Mexican food, and most of their menu is gluten free. The waiters understand right away if you have issues with cross contamination. Definitely recommend and is great with celiac disease.
We are visiting New York City and were looking for a gluten free pizza place as my sister had already eaten gluten pizza. We ordered from this place and they were very knowledgable. When we received the pizza, the crust didn't even look like it was gluten free. It tastes just like regular crust even though it was gluten free. Best pizza I have ever had and highly recommend this place. Also, it is very good if you have celiac disease.