Very accommodating. Have several choices. I am very sensitive and have had no issues.
I had their pasta con broccoli and it was very good. Just wish their tortellini was.
My food was good and I like that the gf pasta is a different shape than their regular pasta.
I have eaten here many times without any issue. It does take them awhile to make the gluten free pasta because they don't make it ahead of time. Call ahead if you can.
Gluten free menu was pretty extensive. Wish they had some GF rolls. We waited a long time for our food but it was good when it arrived. Waitress was very nice.
Brought the menu and later told us they didn't have any noodles, quite a disappointment!
Pasta was overcooked, sauce was watery. The whole dish was bland and overpriced. Waitstaff was slow to nonexistent. If we didn't have cash, who knows how long we would have been sitting there waiting to pay. Made me bloated afterwards...
Their gluten free pasta is the best I've had at chain pasta restaurants that aren't dedicated to gluten free. I especially love their Pasta Con Broccoli. It's a bit more expensive than their regular pasta, but it's worth it. It gets kind of pricey for a poor gluten free college student, but it is one of the main places I go for special occasions. The service at least in Missouri is very good. They are becoming more sensitive to gluten free folks.
at the airport it's an express pasta house so there is no GF items
ugh. The one in the airport does not have a gluten free menu or an educated kind staff. Rude! Rude! Rude! Dont waste your time unless you want some overweight rude woman sweeping around you telling you that you can just eat a salad.
I ordered the gf Mostacciolli and it was awful. My wife ordered the gf pasta with broccoli, and that was edible. We would not eat here again.
Gluten free menu was accommodating. Check menu prior to ordering, staff were friendly and helpful.
Sorry to the person who wrote the comment about the St Peter's Pasta House location. I promise you every corporate owned store always has gluten free product on hand. St. Peter's is not corporate owned. My name is Paul Fresta and I'm owner and founder Joe Fresta's son. I also eat gluten free.