If you are celiac do not trust this restaurant. We where told it was fine as they have gluten free crust. We reiterated that my wife was celiac so it was an allergy. Confirmed by waitress it was safe as the chef is trained. After receiving our order and my wife feeling ill we watched the pizza chef closely who is visible from our table. He did not wash his hands and was handling regular and gluten free crust as well as using his contaminated hands to put ingredients into the pizzas. Safe yourself from pain and agony, avoid this restaurant in Kingston. Casa Dominica, Woodheads and the Keg are much safer choice for people with celiac.
My favourite gluten free pizza crust in the city! It definitely comes frozen (not homemade) since it’s never piping hot when I order, which is why I gave 4 stars. Tastes great, just wish it was hotter. Also have gluten free pasta options, but have not tried those as of yet. Great atmosphere. Make sure you make a reservation!
Limited selection for gluten free - pizza (smaller size than the normal pizza and you pay more) and sandwiches can be made on a GF bun. The food was good, just smaller than normal which always annoys me given that you pay more.
Gf pizza options and all pastas can be substituted for gf pasta. Quaint place, cute. I'm only giving it 3 stars because I found a regular piece of pasta in my gf pasta dish. There doesn't seem to be any concern for cross contamination and it's quite pricey.
Good gluten free pizza but way overprices for what you get. Pizza's are very small and very expensive.