One of the Best if not the Best Restaurant in Food and Service. The staff are very knowledgeable in the menu. The Restaurant is always very clean and comfortable. My wife who has Celiac Disease and who is very sensitive in gluten foods. Has found this Restaurant to be the very best in offering a dedicated Gluten Free Menu. The Manger always checks on her to make sure she has the right prepared foods and that it’s right. The Gluten Free Food is awesome and taste great. We recommend this Restaurant to anyone. Prices are great. I give them a score of 💯 anytime.....
After reading the wonderful reviews, I called to ask my usual questions. Unfortunately the person who answered the phone could only tell me that they use separate pasta water and pizza trays, but not where any of the ingredients were stored, if the kitchen staff changes their gloves, or if the gluten free menu items are prepared separately from the gluten containing ones. She wasn't willing to find out or let me speak to a kitchen staff member, so I decided not to risk it. Maybe if I had called during a less busy time they would have been more willing to answer my questions. I'm not going to say they for sure are not celiac friendly, but definitely do your own research.
Seperate gluten free menu, server was very knowledgeable
Great GF food. Separate menu & they bring GF flatbread (see photo) to table for you when tell them GF. It's got just the right amount of crispy crust with a soft inside. Today I ordered the GF chicken alfredo pasta (see photo) It was really good. So filling.
We did not have a good experience here. I was not entirely confident in staff/manager's knowledge of gf, as we were offered whole wheat pasta as an alternative to gf penne. The food was fair, celiac daughter had a small reaction. Initially had major issues with service as well, but manager went above and beyond to make it right. Not confident that this restaurant is Celiac safe, would not return
Ordered pizza to go while driving through on a road trip. Tasted great and no reaction. Def celiac safe.
Thanks to all the great reviews I'm currently eating at Biaggi's. The flat bread was fantastic! The spaghetti & meatballs very good. Definitely would return. GF for 41 years & loving the variety of options. Shirley
The head chef told us his mom has Celiac Disease. He is very knowledgeable and communicated that he prioritizes Celiacs feeling safe- I do! I love the bacon- wrapped dates! there are lots of meal selections and creme brulee for dessert! my favorite place to eat!
One of my favs! Gf pizza and bread are go-to's, and also the gf chicken pietro. Love this place for gf dining! Never any reaction. Knowledgable staff.
This place is our go to place if we want a good Italian meal. They have a gluten free menu and their meatballs are delicious. The pasta has a great texture and the gluten free bread is a must if you go here. It's a flat bread and very delicious.
GF menu. I had mussels GF bread, pasta with chicken in Alfredo sauce. The pasta is a tubular brown rice. Nice texture. Crime brûlée for dessert.
Gluten free menu has lots of choices. We tried several of the gluten free pizzas and they were excellent. It was so nice to see a kid's menu with gluten free options. Service was fair.
I have never had a bad experience eating here. Staff is always friendly and very knowledgeable.
Stopped in on the basis of reviews posted here and had an ok pizza, a salad and some flat bread. In my experience, GF pizza crusts need to be cooked a bit longer so they are crisp in the middle and not soggy. In this case, it was only a little underdone, but underdone anyway. The flatbread was a nice surprise. Staff seemed alert to GF issues. Staff friendly but a little distracted. No big deal.
Wonderful dinning experience durning a long road trip! With celiac disease I just cannot exit an interstate and eat anywhere. During a long road trip my wife learned Biaggi's and we decided to give it a try. The staff was extremely knowledgeable and friendly. The food was fantastic and so was the fresh bread! If I am very in a city that has this restaurant I am going without thinking twice.
The staff was very knowledgeable about a gluten allergy. My daughter (Celiac) received a gluten free menu and the waitress put in an order for GF bread right away. My daughter liked the bread and her meal, including the Creme brûlée for dessert! Would definitely return and recommend to others with Celiac Disease.
Waitress was,very knowledgeable about how specials would be made GF and offered even before I asked. Made me feel good about being there. Had the chicken parm from the GF menu. Bread was more of a pizza crust and they charge $1 a piece so probably will skip next time.
Always go there when visiting ISU, never had a problem until now. Had the GF chicken with spinach noodles. Half way through I noticed some regular full on gluten noodles on my plate. Needless to say, I was very sick and this caused me to miss most of my daughters graduation ceremony. Live and learn. Manager was concerned and comped my meal which was nice and unexpected unfortunately for me the damage could not be undone.
Not so gluten free... I ate the gluten free bread and alfredo pasta. Then I was ill for the next 4 days because I ingested gluten. It was my first time eating here, this place is really cool and I was so excited to see their whole GF menu with so many options. But it was beyond disappointing. Not only did it ruin my weekend since I ate here Friday night, but I couldn't work Monday or Tuesday because I waz still so sick. If I had thought there was a chance of getting cross contaminated food I would have just eaten fish or steak. If the person who contaminated my food had to spend 4 days in bed (like I did) with a migraine, fever, body aches, skin rash, ringing ears, and irrationally bad moods, I am confident they would be more careful and never make that mistake in the future. The food tasted good enough, but certainly not worth the money or 4 days of torture it really cost. ** I am not diagnosed celiac. I can eat foods fried in the same oil as breaded options with no issue. If I ate a normal sized bite of gluten bread or pizza crust I would become violently ill and vomit within minutes. Therefore, the amount of cross contamination I experienced here was more than just cutting my bread with a contaminated knife and less than giving me the wrong kind of pasta. The only scenario I can think of is that they probably laid my GF bread on a wheat floured pan.
You are missing out if you don't eat here! They brought out a fresh hot GF flatbread, seasoned and chewy! I had to get the Chicken Parm, excellent and definitely enough for two! Service was awesome and food was ready so quickly, even though they were busy!
I have eaten here twice recently - dinner one time and lunch another time- and had a good experience both times. They have a separate gluten free menu and the staff seems knowledgeable and attentive to dietary restrictions. Our server recommended the gluten free bread as an appetizer. It looks & tastes like flatbread. I don’t like most GF bread but this was delicious! For dinner I had a chicken dish and for lunch I ordered the beet & arugula salad with grilled chicken. Both were delicious and satisfying. I definitely recommend Biaggi’s!
Staff is very Celiac friendly. Bread is fantastic. However, the last time I was here, the chef came out and told me that he doesn’t think the pizza is safe enough for Celiacs because it is the same oven and too many gluten pizzas go through it.
We were in town visiting family over the Thanksgiving holiday and decided to eat out while we were here. The waiter seemed somewhat familiar with the menu but couldn't answer some specifics about how it was prepared so I was a little hesitant to even order. I'm so glad that I did because it was excellent! I ordered the Burrata Caprese (appetizer) and it came with their in-house gluten free bread. The consistency was like flatbread and probably rice-based but it was just right with the other flavors in the dish. I'm very sensitive and had no reaction but would definitely make sure you indicate your level of sensitivity to your waiter. Would eat here again!
I love this restaurant! This place is the only restaurant that serves you gluten free bread so you don’t feel so miserable while you watch others each the bread and oil. They also have an entire gluten free menu, prior to seating you they ask if their is anyone who needs a gluten free menu so you don’t have to ask and on top of that, they have gluten free meatballs! I go here all the time and have never gotten sick. First place I feel normal!
I have eaten here many times and done very well with no reaction. I ate here last night and ordered a gluten free sausage and mushroom pizza and have been sick ever since. No let Celiac friendly bc they said after the fact they don’t switch out pans for pizzas and it may be cut with contaminated knife/board. Ouch.
Very accommodating! Could not have been happier. The servers are extremely knowledgeable of cross-contamination. My 10 year old son with celiac LOVED the GF pasta. They actually had a pretty big GF menu that included all the sauces that would work. When our server found out my son was GF after bringing out the bread, she gave us the option of GF. They actually made it fresh, it was a kind of flat bread. He LOVED it!
We had the best experience for my son who has celiac. Gluten free bread brought to the table, which tasted awesome. They understand how everything needs to be separate. And he ordered chicken alfredo pasta and loved it..the waiter was outstanding! We will be going back often.
When I first began eating gluten free, Biaggis was recommended to me. They have great gluten free bread ($1.00 extra) that they brought out completely separate from any other bread. I also got a house salad and gluten free pizza for my meal. I felt that they took the time to ensure nothing was cross contaminated and the food was delicious.
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