I was so happy to have so many options of gluten free pasta and other entree choices you don't see on a normally restricted gluten free menu when dining out. They clearly make it a point to cater to GF needs. I really enjoyed the GF seafood chowder, GF lasagna, and GF tiramisu for dessert. My dining companions said I looked incredibly happy all meal as I enjoyed my dinner eating foods I hadn't had in two years.
When they first offered it, I tried their GF pizza. It wasn't very good (tough & greasy), but at least they were careful, and I didn't get sick. The manager did come out and explained their strict safety process, which I appreciated. Perhaps they they have improved their recipe. I usually just get the Moroccan chicken salad, which is quite good.
Excellent GF pizza! If you are Celiac, explain to the staff. I am glad I did because they told me they got some flour on my first pizza accidentally, so proactively remade it for me. Nice people. I go to the one in Stapleton quite often too.
Terrible service. We were treated very rudely on what was supposed to be a special family occasion. That was apart from them also messing up my gluten free order - they redid it but acted like it was a major inconvenience for them. I won't go back.
I go here often, always get the GF pizza and berry burst cider. I've never gotten sick from gluten here. (Note: I had been getting bacon on the pizza, but recently a waitress informed me the bacon is not safe for celiacs. So now I get the Italian sausage.) Fun place!
I've only been here once because it is far away from me, but it was excellent, and I did not have any problem with gluten here (I am very sensitive). It brought back memories of a trip to India ... Not sure where else you can find southern Indian food in Denver, such as dosas, idly, and sambar. I'm drooling just thinking about it and want to go again!