We went for breakfast, and I'm a little sad it was our last day in Lake George because I would have gone back again. Great food with many gf options. Very nice people.
It'll be our first stop next time we're in the area.
A little concerned when the waiter didn't understand what celiac was but the chef came out and talked to me and my meal was delicious. I had the fish tacos. They are small and three (for 17$) wasn't enough for a meal but more a snack. Great food!
I was a little scared when I walked in and saw them making pizza dough and an open container of flour they were mixing it in, I'm a sensitive celiac. They took me around to the back so I wasn't near it. They took great care and my meal was good, the gf pasta wasn't cooked enough but the taste was good and I didn't get sick.
Classic Portland vibe, and absolutely 100% Celiac safe. One of the very rare spots where a Celiac can look at the entire menu (beer included!) and have the choice of anything! Some of the best GF breads I've had, as well.
They offer GF pizza on a pre-made (one size) crust. They are not cross-contamination safe, as all pizzas are cooked on the same pans and in the same ovens. Overall, their pizza is very good, but it may be risky for someone with Celiac or significant sensitivity.
Note: There's a typo in the name, as of this date. The correct spelling of the name is "Bortolami's." www.bortolami.com
Delicious. Staff were friendly, attentive and accommodating. Wait staff were GF/Celiac knowledgeable and were even able to come up with unique substitution options (i.e., the seafood "pasta" dish, served over brown rice instead of pasta). GF flatbread available, and offered as a potential substitute for numerous dishes. Ceviche was AMAZING. Seafood "pasta (rice)" delicious. Salad (greek) very good. Complementary edamame hummus and salsa were unique and tasty. Ordered way too much! Would go back again; a great location for sunset (right on the water). Park at Safeway, if you don't want to deal with valet.
My absolute favorite meal on Maui, and we ate very very well for 8 days. Popular place - get a reservation! People were waiting upwards of 90 - 105 minutes (happily) without!
Vietnamese Crepe, Filipino Bacon and Eggs and Singapore Noodles were all AMAZING! Very tasty drinks, as well. I wish I could have tried EVERYTHING on the menu.
Staff were knowledgeable about GF/Celiac items. Note, you can also request to have your rice noodles cooked in a fresh pot of water, to reduce risk for cross contamination.
GF/Celiac comfort food paradise! Plan to eat everything you've given up for years! The only gluten in the restaurant are a few beers, which the glutenous folk must drink from the can or a disposable cup (they won't put beer in their glassware). The owner is Celiac herself, and is an absolute joy! I would love to see her bring Maui Brick Oven back to the mainland! Portland, OR, has the market for you! :)
My wife's favorite meal on Maui. Very knowledgeable about GF/Celiac. While the choices were somewhat limited, they were plenty, so long as you realize that you are going to a fish house (the menu isn't that large to start with). Very attentive staff. Keep in mind this is one of the most popular restaurants on Open Table in the entire US, so make your reservations early! I looked a week in advance (in Sept!), and had the option of 3:00PM or 3:44PM for dinner!! Strongly recommend the ceviche. :)