This restaurant was recommended by a registered dietician that has celiac. I called ahead and the response from hostess made me uneasy but decided to visit in person. My server, Barbara said they had gluten free Penne. I asked if the chef would change gloves/clean fresh utensils/ prepare separate surface and water. She said she would talk to preparers and oversee. I ordered the penne a la vodka. It was delicious. I’m not usually a fan of gf pasta but it was good. I did not get sick. I was very grateful to add another restaurant to my list.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
This place has neen around for more than 25 years. Awesome food. GF Crust (pre-made) on its own tray and came with its own cutter. Piled high with cheese and tpppings. It was like my pre GF days again.
They were able to make my pre-Celiac diagnosis favorite veal parm without gluten. I thought id never be able to eat it again. They offered GF pasta, Im not that big of a pasta fan, so ill pass in the future. Be sure to tell wait staff about allergy.
They have GF penne, ravioli and gnocchi. Make sure to let them know you have an allergy/celiac to prepare separately. Portions were huge and tasted delicious. I had no problems. Will definitely go back!
The server was very well informed of Celiac disease and concern about cross contamination. There were many options to choose from. I look forward to my next visit to try the pasta or chicken dishes.
Amazing Italian food with many gluten free choices of pizza and pasta (penne, spaghetti, ravioli, gnocchi). I was very impressed how knowledgeable the staff was about my gluten allergy. Since all dishes are scratch made, the chef can make almost anything on the menu GF. I ordered the Chicken Christina with grilled chicken and without flour in the pesto sauce, it was amazing.