I have very severe reactions to gluten. When we got into the restaurant we asked our waiter what would be safe for me she said to stay away from the gluten free pizza, but the gluten free pasta was OK. I ended up having a straight gluten free pasta with red sauce. It was a great experience and I did not get sick!
Probably the safest I felt out of all my dining experiences in Whistler. Waitress knew every ingredient. She asked if I was celiac and said to only avoid the GF pizzas as they are prepared with the non GF pizzas. She also pointed out some meals on the menu that were not labeled GF but could easily be made GF.
Many of the menu options can be made gluten free, including all of the pasta and the pizza. Had the patatas bravas to start. So good! Then the prosciutto pizza. Delicious thin crust pizza, so well done. Finished with chocolate mousse (not listed as gf on the menu but our server checked with the chef). Great place. Highly recommend.
Flavorful pasta prepared in separate water. Waitress was familiar with Celiac needs and clear about what was safe and what was not. She checked with kitchen staff with any questions. The GF pasta is a penne, which we had with a delicious sausage and tomato sauce. We also ordered a steak which was well over-priced but prepared safely. One or two dessert options were available as well in addition to some sides/starters. The papas bravas were amazing - home fries with marinara and a cream sauce and seemed safe as there wasn't anything battered in the fryer that I could see. Menu was newly printed with GF items labelled clearly. Unfortunately they listed their bread basket as GF, but it clearly wasn't. First run typo I guess.
Server was well informed - when I told her I had Celiac, she told me the GF pizza was probably not safe, with all the flour in that area. I had the GF pesto pasta with shrimp, and she confirmed that they cook it in separate water. It held up better than most GF pasta. Everyone in our party had the "two for $32 deal" (two for $22 if it's not the weekend), and we all had tons of food. I also had their Caramba chopped salad, and she knew which dressings were safe. I appreciated that they had GF vodka, so I could have a drink. That was a bit hard to find in Vancouver. My husband loved their Whistler Coastal Mountain Ale.