Our Celiac son had been to Bin 14 a few months ago and loved it, so this was his choice for his birthday dinner. Our party of 5 started off with some different bruschettas which were good, although each consisting of one single slice. Three of us then ordered pizzas including the birthday boy. They use chick pea flour in their crust which is very good. My wife tried the artichoke and potato rosti and I had the eggplant parm casserole which was fantastic. We had a few beers and wine too. Overall a very cozy place with delicious food, excellent service and most importantly, a keen awareness of gluten safety. We will definitely be back.
Their menu has been updated! Most of the menu can be made gluten free or it already is. The staff was very knowledgeable! For example, they heat up for their gfree bread in a bowl in the oven so it does not touch anything. While there is always a risk because it is not a dedicated restaurant, I felt confident and I didn’t have a reaction!
This is now the best and safest place in Hoboken for people with celiacs and gluten intolerances. They just launched a new menu and just about everything on the menu is gluten free or can be adjusted to make it gluten free. Anything breaded uses chickpea flour so anything breaded and/or deep fried is perfectly safe. They carry a ton of gluten free bread options for appaetizers and also GF pizza crust and GF pasta. The only five things not safe are croutons (for salads), regular pasta, regular pizza crust, meatballs (uses traditional breadcrumbs), and regular bread. I have been told that they use seperate kitchen space for those with allergies but can’t confirm. I don’t know if they prepare the GF pizza on the same oven space as regular pizzas or if they use new/seperate water for the GF pastas. There is a chance for cross contamination (always is unless the restaurant is dedicated GF) but goodluck finding a another restaurant in Hoboken with this amount of incredibly tasty options. Plates are small but priced accordingly. I hope this is a growing trend for Hoboken restaurants (in terms of carrying such vast amount of options and being able to adjust all menu items instead of the traditional GF pizza and pasta options).
Got the grilled octopus on a bed of arugula for an app (very small portions) and then got a GF pizza with prosciutto and arugula on it with EVOO. Pretty good. Pricey but a solid option. I continue to be perplexed by people who put that this place is "celiac friendly" when its not. They use the same wooden pallets to place the pizza in the oven and they don't have dedicated prep tables.
Ate here for the first time last night with a non gluten-free girlfriend of mine. We both split the lobster/avocado & tomato basil bruschetta (made on their GF pizza crust), fried calamari (GF) and we each had a pizza (1 GF and 1 non GF). ALL of it was AMAZING. By far the best GF pizza crust I've ever had. I ordered the prosciutto, fig & ricotta pizza which was delicious. Our waitress has Celiac disease so she knew exactly what was safe to eat and what was not. Almost everything on the menu could be modified to fit someone with a gluten allergy/intolerance. I will definitely be back!
Perfect date night spot. It's a wine bar with a great list and flight options so you can try a lot of different wines. Cozy atmosphere with small plates--shared with non GF who said he couldn't tell. The only thing I couldn't have was meatballs. Ordered a cheese plate and was given GF pizza crust instead of bread. Thoughtful staff!
This place has hands down the best gluten free pizza I have ever had. Great ingredients including chickpea dough! The service was fantastic as I met the owner and chef. Most of the menu is gluten free and I can't wait to go back! It's well worth the visit of you are gluten free or not, but get a reservation as they do not have much seating and it's a popular venue.