Caffe Gelato Restaurant

50% of 2 votes say it's celiac friendly

90 E Main St, Newark, DE 19711 Directions

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Update-3/12/20 Another great meal. The chef is amazing. I posted the menu for this special dinner. Some parts of my meal differed from the menu to make sure it was GF. Let them know beforehand that GF is for medical reasons and they bend over backwards to prepare a safe meal.

Update- went there for a dinner 1/26/20. As usual they worked with my gluten free diet and my meal was amazing.

Update- went to a wine dinner last night 7/25/19. What an awesome meal. The chef actually works with my dietary needs. They have me in their system as celiac. If you go, call ahead to give them a heads up. They are wonderful to work with.

Still awesome! Went to a wine dinner there 9/20/18. They worked with my dietary needs. The menu for the dinner did have to be changed, but the food went great with the wine and I had no issues. Call ahead so that they are prepared and can work with you.

I have eaten there a few times since being diagnosed with celiac. I attended wine dinners. The kitchen worked with me on a menu and the staff was excellent in double checking everything. I think calling ahead helped to avoid any issues.

Update- Since this review I have attended wine dinners and even their New Years Eve party. I still call ahead and they do a wonderful job preparing my food.

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Yes

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I had the gf pasta and had no issues, it was delicious. I agree portions are small for the price, but I will definitely go back: )

Updated 7 years ago read full review

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We gave this restaurant several chances and were disappointed every time. Our food was always very under or over cooked, fruit was moldy, restaurant is overcrowded and loud with tiny cramped tables. The restroom is awkwardly placed in the entrance to the kitchen and very close to some tables. The prices are ridiculous for the serving sizes and quality of the food. Avoid the gluten free pasta, they don't know how too cook it. We got sick on two of the three occasions we ate there. Not a good place for folks with food intolerances or anyone else for that matter.

Updated 7 years ago read full review

This establishment is NOT a dedicated gluten-free facility and may not be safe for those with celiac disease. Please contact the establishment directly to inquire about safety precautions.

Gluten Free Features

  • Dessert

Categories

  • Italian
  • Restaurant

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Creme brûlée’s for dessert
Salmon with celery root purée and cipollini onions.
Pork tenderloin medallion
Baby chard and spinach with goat cheese, butternut squash, and duck prosciutto
Swordfish with chickpea pasta with kalamata olive
Salmon crudo with orange slices, shaved radish and fennel
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The dessert was a bread pudding, the accommodation was a creme brûlée.
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