They were very consciousness about all of my food allergies. They ensured we had a wonderful dining experience and I didn't have to worry about getting sick. I highly recommend Restaurant Eve for special occasions.
I've been GF for a year now and having grown up in primarily what was an Italian town (Rome, NY) this pizza was the closest to the "real deal" as I've had since going GF! I didn't feel deprived at all...thin crispy crust that tastes like the real deal! I ordered baked ziti as well but it was a corn pasta so I wasn't thrilled HOWEVER the owner (Pasquale) came over & introduced himself and said he knew the pasta wasn't going over well and would be switching to a rice pasta within a week or so. He talked with us for probably 15-20 mins and was very personable (made you feel like a friend) and he really knew his stuff when it came to GF prep. He did say that because he makes the dough there that it's difficult if you're Celiac. It was fine for me as gluten intolerant. In closing I HIGHLY recommend this place for awesome GF pizza and in a week for any pasta dishes as their sauce and cheese (real deal mozzarella) is incredible!
the owners are very proud of their gluten free menu and the precautions they take with their gf food. The understand how dangerous cross contamination can be as well. we have eaten here many times and will continue to do so. so impressed with their service and quality of food. My Celiac girls love their pizza!
13050 San Vicente Blvd #110, Los Angeles, CA 90049
I made a pilgrimage here for the promise of a separate gluten-free menu, and I was disappointed to learn that wasn't the case. It was the same game at every sushi place: order carefully (nothing with any soy-based sauce, nothing tempura, and no imitation crab), and specify the restriction so they know what to do. They brought me GF soy sauce which was nice, but I didn't need it for what I ordered. They said that their solution for "gluten free" is to just not use any sauce. I can get limited selection for too much money anywhere, so why go here? If they had GF eel sauce or other GF sauces or GF miso soup or anything like that, then we'd have a place worth the trek, but this wasn't worth it for me.
A regular restaurant would get less of a review but this is a brewpub. I didn't expect much. They do not have much to offer but GF flatbread pizza. But the pizza was good. They just use Udi's crust but it was great. I had sausage and apple pizza. Was great. No GF beer except omission which isn't really GF. Still recommended.
Waiter was clueless. He checked with the kitchen and they said they normally cook gluten free pasta in the regular water but they would do it different for me. Chicken was bland. Dish was small. Was still hungry after. White sauce tastes like it was mostly pasta water.