Best gluten-free crust I’ve ever had. I ordered the vegan bianca pizza on gluten-free crust. They also offer gluten-free pasta. The regular food looks delicious, too. My mom got a regular personal pie with mushrooms. We both loved our meals.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
They have a good number of options (went with a vega friend so it seemed like a place that could accommodate us both), but I was disappointed. First, they were out of GF penne. When theg brought out my pasta, it was tough and clearly undercooked. I felt a bit sick afterword, as if I had eaten gluten, although I cannot definitively confirm that. I would be careful here.
Take out gluten free (vegan is an option as well) pizza - there's a trick to it: your toaster oven. The crunchier the crust, the tastier the pizza. The prices for pizza are stellar good compared to the other places (here is 11.95, others are over 20$). Dine in is always delicious. Always careful about gluten free and vegan.
Have never given s bad review ever of anyplace. If I don't like somewhere I don't go back. For anyone with any allergy, this place is terrible! I'm a vegetarian and gluten free. I asked the waitress specifically what I can have. She even asked me a few times which is gluten free. I ordered tofu parm but tofu would be grilled. Side of spinach.
Food came. Waitress was not present at all after the ordering. I questioned the tofu when it arrived but was told by the person delivering yes gluten free (btw barely spoke English). Then I question it again and this woman takes my plate and walks away to ask if it's GF. This was bizzare by itself. It comes back and she says chef said not gluten. I took a bunch of bites and again in worried it's not GF (still waitress no where!). Finally she is obviously avoiding my table bc she's looking over and racing to back among dealing with the crowd of people. She finally comes over and says I'm sorry it's not GF. The chef didn't make it grilled. She then disappears. Chef comes out yelling at people waiting for tables ordering people to sit and move from tables. It was ridiculous. Then comes over to my table (finally someone after my whole family is done with dinner at this point) and says this isn't GF. We don't make GF tofu parm. She doesn't know what she's talking about. He's yelling at my table btw. Then I explain she assured me its gf and I am going to be sick all night. Ready for his response? "Good!" "What do you want me to do?". And storms off.
Yep that's his response... The man who's cooking your vegan, gluten free or whatever meal. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone. After all night stomach ache and continued this morning... Shame on 3 brothers.
Best GF pizza I ever had, plus they have dairy free, soy free cheese so I can eat an actual pizza again. Pepperoni GF small pie only $10. Mac and cheese without gluten, dairy, or soy is also quite a treat, I added a touch of Sriracha sauce and a dash of pepper. Not half as heavy as I remember dairy cheese being before I was lactose intolerant.
I haven't eaten in but take out is not a great option here. Tried it once and thought maybe it was a bad day, tried it two more times and was disappointed each time. Whoever answers the phone always sounds pushed and pissed to take accommodations and answer questions about the gluten free items. The food did not even live up to the hype. Other local pizzerias frozen crust proves better than here.
There is no gluten free menu, bread, sandwiches anything of the sort! Only the standard frozen gf crust and gf penne available. This place is great for Vegans, but if was a disappointment for someone with celiacs who spent their lunch break just to mislead!
What a relief. My wife is strictly gluten and egg free due to intolerance. I am not. Finding a place to go out to eat is a constant source of stress. The usual is one of us is not happy with the menu selections and has to sacrifice.3 Brothers Pizza Cafe is a God sent. The food is incredible traditional Italian fare and yet they offer a complete dedicated vegan and gluten free menu in addition to the regular menu. We have eaten there several times since its opening in March 2013 and are more impressed with each meal. Last nights surprise was an incredible chocolate layer cake to die for. My poor wife can NEVER have a decent desert because of her egg and wheat allergy. The cake was superb. After raving about it to the very attentive waitress she brought out Jay, the Chef in charge of the vegan menu. Jay a bright energetic 20 something who was incredibly excited to tell us how much he loves his craft. The menu variety and delicious results prove it. Jay is truly dedicated to doing the right thing. Its not an afterthought like so many restaurants. It is his primary goal to offer traditional Italian fare but also vegan and glue free. With his dad also in the kitchen keeping him true to Italian cuisines traditional flavors.Pefection is all I can say and that is coming from a Brooklyn born 100% Italian.