They do have gluten free items noted on menu. Many wonderful option, great pizza and dessert. Best gluten free options that I have seen.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I told the waiter my daughter had celiac and he said the only thing we should order was the gluten free pasta with butter. He wasn’t sure about the sauce. He said he would not get the gluten free pizza because of cross contamination, as well as anything grilled since they grill the bread on the same grill as the meat. They do not have a dedicated fryer. She got sick after eating the gluten free pasta. The dessert menu had more GF options than the GF pasta and GF pizza, although I wouldn’t trust it after how she felt from her meal. This was a family favorite prior to the celiac diagnosis. Unfortunately we won’t be back.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
I've ate here twice and didn't get sick..I go when they aren't busy, because there's a dish I get that they can make gluten free for me and it's amazing! They always do such a great job altering things for me. They're so good I just tell them I trust them and to do whatever they need to make it GF for me. Always great service too, our servers knew the menu well and knew exactly what to do for a celiac!
This location offers gluten free pasta and gluten free pizza. I let my server know I had celiac disease and was told that it was a shared kitchen so they couldn't guarantee anything would be safe. But they would try their best to make my meal as gluten free as possible. Apparantly their best effort was half hearted at best. I found a large chunk of gluten containing noodle in my cooked vegetables side dish. Cross contamination is a HUGE issue here. Even in dishes that are not noodle based. I wouldnt even recommend this place to someone who was gluten intolerant.