Wife and I saw that this place had gluten free pasta and pizza so we decided to give it a try. We arrived on a Friday evening and it was super packed! Which is a good thing. We ordered to go. Portion, honestly, was a little small on both orders for $30. We’ve gotten double the portion at other places for less than $30. Flavor was really good though. I’d totally recommend this place. We did not try the pizza so can’t comment on that. Also, we were wondering if the portion was bigger if you wait and eat there (shouldn’t be but idk).
sick, sick, sick. :o( They assured me that it was a carefully made gluten free pizza, so if I wasn't contaminated I guess that means I got food poisoning. Up all night sick after eating it. And how did they get good reviews? The ingredients lacked taste and were not fresh, even the mushrooms were canned.
Wow! I had to ask the waitress to confirm my pizza was actually gluten free. Just .... wow! They were out of the chocolate GF cake. I'll try again next time. This crust was the closest I've had to gluten crust. Thick, chewy, and wonderful! Next time we visit San Antonio, this will be our first stop.
Love. Love. Love. Gluten free pasta and pizza on offer. Good service. Fantastic food. Cheap and cheerful as advertised. Soooooo happy this is only 5 miles from my house!!! Oh, and for the love of God, get the gluten free chocolate cake even if you are a normal non-celiac person. AMAZING.
GF pizza with chicken, sun dried tomatoes, spinach, and Gorgonzola is amazing! GF chocolate cake is a great way to top off the night (it's fresh so when they run out, they run out). Very friendly owner and staff. Huge clean sandbox for kids to play for hours while parents eat/drink wine. Outdoor patio is covered so it's not so hot.