2633 Edmondson Road, Cincinnati, OH 45209
Wonderful! Staff has been very knowledgable & attentive to strict dietary restrictions. Plates are different for gluten free dishes and each item brought to the table is stated to be "gluten free" or not gluten free so there is clear communication throughout the dining experience. I've never gotten sick, no cross-contamination issues so far (knock on wood). This is one of the very few places I'll eat outside my home. (Hyde Park location)
Newport on the Levee, 1 Levee Way, Newport, KY 41071
After explaining my condition to the waiter, I asked him to alert the chef AND double check my order before bringing it out. I ordered the g-free Shanghi style tilapia. When they brought it out I thought the soy sauce smelled WAY too good to be true so I insisted that the waiter double check gluten-free status with the chef. And the verdict... It was not gluten free. Brought me a "regular" order with wheat soy sauce. Should have known better when the waiter said he'd never heard of "that disease" before. Haven't eaten at a restaurant in 6 months but wanted so badly tonight to celebrate my fiancé's birthday along with the rest of the family. Sick & tired of going out to dinner and having a glass of water. Gluten free menus and restaurants that have them tend to support the fad, not the celiac. (Otherwise the staff would be properly trained). False hope just sucks.
2111 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Ordered pizza for carry out. Pizza was cooked in its own disposable pan, the pan was placed directly in the box so it was not transferred with other utensils. The box was sealed shut by a GFree sticker. Pizza tasted very much like their regular pizza!! (Diagnosed only 1 year ago, memory of regular pizza is pretty fresh..) I ate my GF pizza in silence simply to savor every bite!! And I didn't get sick!!! Thank you Larosa's for doing it right! You made this celiac very VERY happy!!
3646 Edwards Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45208
Ordered gluten free pizza from Hyde Park twice, got sick both times. This last pizza triggered a full blown autoimmune attack (celiac), in bed & in pain for a week. Was unsure if their pizza made me sick the first time so I was hopeful and ordered again...which was dumb, I know. Not worth the risk for celiacs. There is a cross contamination disclaimer on their website so I give them props for that (but it should be better displayed in a darker/legible color). Great pizza, fast service, but sadly it's not safe for celiacs. :-(