Good location, they’re open late, and they mark which items are gluten free. That’s the only reason I gave them 2 stars. Unfortunately, the food is deeply mediocre, at best, as is the service. Their Wild Boar Ragu is featured in a number of their pasta dishes, so we thought it must be good. Wrong. Not so much “Wild Boar” as “Old Pig”, very overcooked, probably leftover from several days before, with absolutely no flavor. And that’s on a Saturday night! I wouldn’t eat here again if they paid me.
The staff was helpful and the menu is clearly labeled gluten free with a red dot. I had the tomato and homemade burrata salad and the salmon with lentils. Everything was delicious. Highly recommendable.
The antipasti bar is not safe for celiacs, but the entrees are. I had the pesto pasta, and it was delicious.
Staff was excellent and extremely knowledgeable. My waiter let both the chef and manager know that I had a gluten allergy to ensure no mistakes. Portion sizes were perfect.
We came here after seeing a performance at the Met. Dinner at 11:30? No problem. Excellent service, large restaurant, excellent food. Gluten free options (gluten free spaghetti
) and some apps (avoid antipasti bar for allergens, although it looked delicious). Like most restaurants in NY so far, portions are generous, great for sharing. Highly recommended. And BTW, the cast from La Traviata was eating there too lol
Details: pasta in its own water. They put gluten items on the side for my gluten loving fiancé and were very accommodating. Fried food, antipasti bar and most desserts not safe
Takes forever to deliver, I had to wait over an hour and fifteen for them to deliver small salad and bowl of pasta. I'm not waiting that long again. ! Won't be going back there.
This is a place I feel good ordering from but double check everything because some staff aren't as aware about celiac. But the pasta is SO good. Wow! They do a great job. Great food!
gluten free pasta available