Incredible service, great drinks, delicious and varied GF menu. The best of GF fine dining!
They have a GF menu and the staff made no errors on my order. I went with a group of 4 for lunch and the food was only okay and the service was not good at all. They charge premium prices but you get better food and much better service at Maggianos down the street.
Came here for our anniversary dinner and was blown away by the service, atmosphere, attention to detail, and GF offerings. We've been big fans of Nebo, but Davio's may honestly have become our new favorite restaurant in Boston for special occasions!
I never write reviews but this is important. In theory this restaurant is celiac friendly. They have a whole gluten free menu. I ordered the gluten free sausage and broccoli raab pasta and smoked chicken and walnuts with cream sauce. They had a gluten free pasta option and gluten free gnocchi. Both of the items I ordered came with the same kind of pasta, so I asked that the cream sauce dish come with the gluten free gnocchi instead. When my meal came, both dishes came with the gluten free pasta. My waiter didn't write down my order (also anxiety provoking for someone with celiac) so I don't know if it was his mistake or the kitchen staff's. I sent the one dish back and had them make it with the gluten free gnocchi as ordered. But there were so many people running my food, (not my waiter) that I worried the whole time I was eating it that they had accidentally given me gnocchi with wheat instead. I was greeted with a basket of wheat rolls and as I was finished a cart of wheat desserts were wheeled to my table. The food was amazing but I'm going to be worried about the gnocchi :( I have celiac and hashimotos and celiac response flares my hashimotos autoimmune response. The only reason why I went here is because Nebo was closed on Sunday My experience was much better there. If you need gluten free in boston, I suggest Nebo!
We went to this fine Italian restaurant with my list of food sensitivities which include gluten, garlic, black pepper, cooked tomatoes, eggs and parsley. They found a way for me to have almost anything on the menu, as they cook to order. When I asked for the gluten free menu but declined the gluten free bread, word got around fast that I needed special attention. They were quick to point out they had only one fryolator so would not serve me anything cooked in it (very few items, anyway), asked if cross contamination was an issue, my courses were served by the manager, made me confident my meal was safe for me. Also delicious and artfully presented. My husband enjoyed an authentic traditional Italian meal that smelled amazing. We'll be back.
First off, I am a gluten-free diner. To be able to cone to an Italian restaurant with Handcrafted pasta and be able to order gluten-free handcrafted gnocchi is extremely exceptional. I haven’t had a gluten free gnocchi since Rome two years ago. It was exceptionally fresh, tasty and wonderful. I can only hope that they could build an outpost in the Dallas area.
Went to Davio’s for the first time this past weekend with my boyfriend for his birthday. They have a huge GF menu with the best steak I’ve ever had. The waiter even brought out some complimentary GF fudge for him after the meal! Will definitely be going back!
Unfortunately, Davio's was one of my favorite GF friendly restaurants that I had never got sick at until this week. The GM informed me after eating 5-6 bites that the meal I was given was not allergen free (GF/dairy-free). Although they did make me a new dish and removed the meal from my bill, I still suffered the consequences of this mix up that night. Please advocate for yourself to ensure your dish is indeed GF!
The bartender was extremely knowledgeable and attentive to my allergies (GF/dairy-free) and even confirmed with the kitchen in person. Their homemade GF pasta is the best around and I haven't found a dish I've been disappointed with. The only pitfall is that their GF bread contains dairy (they seem to be the only location without GF/dairy-free bread from Something Sweet Without Wheat), that's the only recommendation I could make!
Extensive menu (availabile online) with antipasta/salad /pasta /main course/sides sections with 8+ choices each. Attentive service, and they were able to easily accommodate my dairy allergy as well. Portions are large, reflecting the steakhouse approach. The braised pork belly was the highlight.
I have Celiac and this is my favorite restaurant. It is expensive, but worth every penny. They have a separate Gluten Free menu, with TONS of options. I usually get GF bread to start, an Appetizer portion of a specialty pasta, Filet Mignon, potatoes and Bacon Brussels. Never got sick, great service, best food.
What an excellent restaurant, food and service! They have a GF menu, as well as GF/dairy-free bread (from Something Sweet Without Wheat in Woburn). I had the penne with applewood smoked chicken and it was heavenly! The GF noodles are unlike any I've had before, and tasted too good to be true. The waitstaff is excellent with allergies and I would recommend this place to anyone!
Beautiful restaurant and service. Extensive GF menu, better than anticipated. And when you can't decide between the penne with lobster and uni butter or the gnocchi with mushrooms & truffle oil, get a half/app serving of both instead! We also had the lobster risotto. There was a significant chunk of fresh lobster with each bite! They'll bring out fresh gf rolls (popover-ish in looks but more of a muffin texture that leaves a little to be desired but definitely fresh and warm and so nice to have a gf roll that isn't a warmed up Udi's) My husband has an auto-immune disease, so can't confirm right away whether or not he's been glutened, but they seem to take it very seriously. Our server said her sister-in-law is celiac so she appreciates the struggle for options and dining out. We felt confident they understand the importance of a GF meal. I will mention, servers seem to work as team, so maybe make sure they're all aware of allergy/restrictions. Oh, I forgot, we also had the crispy pork belly for an app. Delicious. Would go back today if we weren't still full from last night!
The most extensive gluten free menu I've ever encountered in an Italian restaurant. In fact, I was out of town attending a conference & ended up eating there all three nights of my stay. I sat at the bar & was treated like royalty. The gnocchi was out of this world as were the two other dishes I had!!! Anna, Danielle, Kim, Erin & Juan the bar back were attentive to my every need, friendly beyond belief, & helpful at recommending food & wine. In fact, my experience was so positive, I am driving 13 hours just to return to Boston & Davio's with my husband & daughter. That's how much I loved these people & the food. I wish it was closer. It is a MUST visit for gluten free dining at it finest!!!
Amazing Dinner- start to finish- many gluten free options. Delicious food. You will be tempted to ask for more gluten free bread because you never have any when you eat out...but don't you won't finish you dinner if you do! Wonderful experience. Wish I lived closer to Philadelphia just to have this restaurant as an option. It is pricy. But worth it!
They are well versed in celiac and GF and have a gluten free menu bigger than many restaurant's full menus! They also have a GF penne that they will serve with any of their pasta sauces. They don't make it in house, but they have it, which works for me.
I am newly GF and have been so long enough so I FINALLY feel good. Restaurants make me nervous. I had a family celebration there for my brother so I had to go. I was so happy with their GF menu though. The staff was very respectful of GF issues and made me feel "normal". This was my most positive GF restaurant experience yet!
I would give this 6 stars if I could. Amazing gluten free options. Separate menu with almost as many options as regular menu. Our waiter, Rene' was also amazing. The service and food were exceptional. Very expensive though. I would also give this $$$$.
I have to say I went to the Davios in Boston a week before this location, and I think i expected the same menu items. Their menu was much smaller and just some basic bread to start with as opposed to the mini roll/muffins at the Boston location. The food was still excellent as well as service. Just not as big of a menu.
Best restaurant in Philadelphia for people with Celiac's disease. Staff is immensely knowledgeable about Celiac's and they have a variety of gluten free options. Try the gnocchi! It's gf and to die for! Melts in your mouth! On top of it all you get a free gluten free cookie after your meal!!!
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