I found this place through Find Me Gluten Free and although others gave it good reviews, unfortunately we had anything but a five star experience. I asked about a dish being gluten free (the quinoa quesadilla) and was told it was but when we opened it in the car and started eating it - I thought "this can't be GF" so I called them. Sure enough, it was a wheat tortilla and my four year old had diarrhoea. They weren't even very apologetic on the phone - these people DO NOT understand the importance of gluten free food for celiacs. The other dishes weren't great either - the rice bowl is really just rice and a few bits on it. They even forgot to put the black beans in! I'm not kidding! The other meals were OK but really small and nothing exciting. I like the idea of this place (vegan/GF with chicken option) but the reality was underwhelming and we ended up contaminated :( The menu is very hard to read and not at all GF friendly so I don't recommend this place for anyone who actually needs to eat GF for medical reasons like my family does. We won't go there again which is a pity as it is on our regular route north for camping....
Their gluten free pizza alone is the best pizza I ever had and I've had Sally's and Peppe's pizza in New Haven too. Not to mention that I'm an Italian from Brooklyn, NY. So to say this, it means something. Their regular pizza is 10 times better than their gluten free pizza. Great service, nice area of New Haven, friendly stuff. They have BYOB for $5 a bottle and offer a variety of pizzas and other foods and drinks. The restaurant is accommodating for children and offers table seating, outside seating and bar seating. Weight staff was very knowledgeable and prices were more than decent. My wife and I had 3 gf pies and ordered another to go. Great place! Our new weekend spot! And we live 45 minutes away!
Has limited gluten free abilities, not preventing cross contamination. Was knowledgeable enough to explain that they have gluten free bread and scones but prepared in same area as gluten. May be ok for someone sensitive but not celiac.
They will wrap burgers in lettuce or in a container. If you tell them it's an allergy they will put new gloves on. The fries are good also. I'm new to having to give up gluten and am very happy when I can have fries.
The staff seemed knowledgeable and helped me pick out gluten free items. The portions were very generous, although the food was not very spicy except the table salsa. The chips aren't fried in a dedicated fryer. It was a cool place with unique art!
We're not from this area and knew we'd need to eat once we found the board walk. I was a bit concerned since list of the time store bought pizza of any kind is usually lousy. I usually make my own. But the reviews here,plus a little 3yo picky eater with us, we gave it a try. SOOO glad we did! We all agreed it was the best gf pizza we ever had. That it would even be worth the 1.5hr trip for it! Seriously! It had that great *shore flavor" people talk about. Plus the server was great! Just so you know, it took awhile to bake the pizza. There are only 12" pizzas. I had a white & my hubby had a normal red with only cheese & sauce. It shore ;) made for a great day at the beach.
Server was fully conversant on GF; said they make their sauces on site, on demand, and could skip flour in the making. My elementary-age sons had GF pizza, and were begging to go back the rest of our stay in Williamsburg. They don't have a dedicated GF fryer--so they made French fries in a pot with fresh oil! Dairy-free was trickier, but we were able to get some workable options for that need as well. All in all, very responsive, pleasant, tasty, and reasonably priced.
Place is a bit hard to find, small restaurant in a large strip mall (main tenant: Food Lion), right side near back of parking lot.