Celiac Safe Restaurant! My daughter didn't get sick and we will definitely go back. Casper doesn't have many Celiac friendly restaurants.
Very celiac friendly. Friendly,relaxing atmosphere. Staff is very conscientious of gluten free foods.
Dirty restaurant. The food took forever to get and the gluten free pasta was boxed Oriental rice noodles. The gluten free bread is a hard cracker.
before ordering I specifically asked what was gf and vegetarian. ordered the gf spaghetti with tomato sauce and was brought spaghetti with meat sauce. went here bc the ratings were good, but was not that impressed. bf got the lobster Alfredo and it was better than my dish, which they did fix.
It was very good. The wait staff was very helpful. a little pricey. was nice to find a place where I could eat with no issues. I'm also dairy free and they were happy to work with that as well.
Ate here today and it was AMAZING!!! Talked to the owner's daugther and they have a Celica friendly kitchen thanks to the owner's best friend was a Celica!!
The food was excellent and they had a good gf selection. Most sauces are gf. The owner said the restaurant is "certified" gf whatever that means. Our waitress had celiac too so she was aware of what contained gluten. However she accidentally brought me regular bread with my soup instead of the gf rice sticks, so make sure you confirm your bread is gf. I had the scallops in garlic wine sauce over rice noodles and it was excellent. I think they might have a separate meal prep area for gf because I could see them preparing my food in a separate area for at least part of the time.
They have a gluten free menu and even GF breadsticks. Food was standard Midwestern - lots of pasta, lighter on the vegetables in the sauce. Make sure you ask for no cheese if you have any dairy issues. I ordered vegetable pasta in a garlic butter sauce thinking that's all I'd get and it was smothered in cheese. Place is a but pricey for what you get - about $19 for a bowl of pasta and salad