I used to eat here once a week, but I would get sick and finally linked it to eating here. The pizza makes me sick every time. The bread use to be really good, now it’s just mushy. I watched them cross contaminate in the pizza oven. I said something and was scoffed at. It just isn’t worth the risk to eat here. It’s a shame they don’t put in the extra effort.
Amazing! Everything is fried in rice flour so you don’t have to worry, I got the onion rings & the curly fries (which I haven’t had in about 10yrs) so it was awesome being able to eat something fresh from the fryer. I had the loaded potato soup, Carbonara Alfredo pasta, & they fry the cannoli shells fresh! I’ve only had a couple gf cannolis in the past 7yrs (1hr+drive away) and this was definitely the best. Their tiramisu is gf too & our waitress gave us a small piece to sample :)
This was my favorite Italian restaurant before going gluten free. It was my first meal out after going gluten free. When I ordered the gluten free pasta for the first time the waitress asked if I was celiac. I explained I just found out I was and this was my first GF meal out. She took the time to give me pointers on eating GF out, not just there but anywhere. It is a kindness I will not forget. The GF pasta is very good, except for the ravioli which was mushy. Sandwiches are awesome, love the burgers. For whatever reason though the GF pizza makes me sick every time (took me about three times to stop trying). The rest of the food, not even a little queazy.
GREAT FOOD , great waitress , so helpful. This was my first time and there and the waitress was so helpful explain how severe I was with my celiac disease. They have all gluten-free flour so no problem there in their kitchen they're great with cross-contamination. I have a CALZONE and I took home two cannoli. NO ISSUE DEFINITELY GOING BACK. A LOT !!!
I would never go back! I got sick after being told everything in the kitchen was gluten free so there can't be any cross contamination! That's a crock! Beware!! If everything is GF why do they charge extra for the GF option? The place is over priced and dirty as well. Good luck!! Don't do it!!
I have been here in the past, years ago before being diagnosed with celiac, and the food was very good. We went back today very excited to have yummy Italian gluten free! Well, we were very disappointed! The calamari was over cooked. My meatball was burnt halfway through and vodka rigatoni was watery and tasteless. However, the pasta was cooked perfect! The worst part was on the way home, I realized I had been glutened...on came the migraine and stomach cramps. I really wish things turned out differently! :(
I love the atmosphere. Katie was a great waitress. I got the gf penne with garlic and oil and a side of marinara and the gf bread appetizer. Everything was delicious. the hostess could have greeted us with a hello and the wait sometimes for water and our salad was timely but I'd recommend this for sure.
Ate here last December with another couple (both the ladies are gluten free and one is Celiac). So many great gluten free options here! They even have gluten free bread and it's pretty good! My friend is Celiac and had no issues eating here. Will definitely go back to Arosso!
Ron S's entire family got food poisoning from the place - throwing up all night, and "Derrick" says Ron S must be a hard to please creep?!!! Yeah, getting food poisoning is "hard to please". Sounds to me like "Derrick" is the owner of this dump of a place. Instead of trashing an honest review of a serious health problem at your restaurant why don't you man up, apologize for the problem, and vow to work hard to prevent it in the future? Talk about a creep
Obviously Ron S. would be a hard guy to please no matter what or where he eats.. I wonder if he is one of those self diagnosing creeps that has negatives comments where ever he goes, did he consider other meals that were eaten that day . More than likely,NOT. He is probably the type that has a Handicap placard because he gets a runny nose. Arrosso has been a favorite go to place for alot of satisfied followers, with very few bad comments. What the hell does Ron S want for dining in fairless hills. Go downtown to any Stephen Star/Jose Garces joint if you want or expect more. Whatta DOPE ...KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK ARROSSO!!!
My entire family got food poisoning after eating seafood dishes there. We've been there before many months ago and I immediately noticed the cheapening that has taken place since. From watered down soap in the bathroom to turned off lights to no paper towels in the dispenser to a freezing cold dining room to tiny/cheap paper napkins to only having 2 servers for the entire restaurant to minuscule quantities of seafood in the "seafood" dishes to no longer permitting tips to be charged on credit card (can charge the meal but tips now required to be in cash). The prices are certainly not cheap, but they seem to treat things as if they were running a fast food restaurant. If they're being that cheap with the obvious things, how are they running the behind the scenes things in the kitchen? Are they keeping the cold storage at higher temperatures? Are they serving seafood that isn't fresh? Have they switched to cheaper food distributors? Is cleanliness in the food prep areas no longer a priority? My entire family got food poisoning there and spent the night throwing up. Shame on you Arosso.
Incredible. Simply incredible. I knew this place in passing as The Adelphia when I was growing up, but passed it a million times as an adult before finding it here on this site. After one visit, I plan to be a regular. Unlike many restaurants that simply offer a few gluten-free choices, this place is serious about being GF. Instead of having a few GF choices, pretty much anything they sell can be made GF, including all of their pizzas and pastas. I'm used to picking from a handful of GF options at most - I was actually overwhelmed for choice at this place. Awesome. The owner's father (from Sicily) comes in every morning and makes fresh dough, both regular and GF. The GF meals are made fresh when you order - we requested bread for our table while we ordered and it took a few minutes, and came out piping hot (and was delicious). From what the GM tells me, their meats and fish are fresh, never frozen. That alone would be impressive here in Levittown, the GF menu just puts them over the top. The sauce on my pizza was definitely homemade. The GM even said (paraphrasing here) "we're fully aware of the issues Celiacs face, and we'll go out of our way to work with you. If you haven't had a meatball sandwich in years because of the breadcrumbs (which we use in ours), call the night before. We'll make a batch for tomorrow that are specifically GF just for you." Wow. They have a dedicated GF area in the kitchen, separate cutting boards, the works. They fire the GF pizzas in a separate oven. They're 100% on board with GF people and cross-contamination should never be an issue here as far as I can tell. The servers are all super-friendly and knowledgeable and the general manager is awesome and fun to talk to. I can't say enough about this place after only one visit. I'm already planning our next visit. Oh, and get the signature Portabella appetizer. Seriously. A dish that delicious is probably illegal in some countries.