Able to eat gluten free pizza without having to book it in advance. Pizza is smaller than regular one but quite tasty and available with many nice toppings.
Separate oven for the GF pizza, which are also bit smaller to distinguish from non GF oizzas.
Great GF pizza’s — in fact, most tasty in Amsterdam.
Nice local pizza / pasta place with GF options really well done. Run by local folks.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
2 celiac kids. I’m struggling with this review because no one got sick, which is great, and is the only reason they are getting 4 stars, but I thought the food and the execution were underwhelming.
First, I’d note that most (if not all) the reviews mention the pizza and not pasta. We thought we’d go and get pizzas there (separate oven, etc). But one of the kids really wanted pasta so we ordered 3 pizzas and a pasta dish. I did the full questioning about separate preparation etc, and the young man who was the server was very smug/smirky in a “don’t worry old man, we got this” sort of way. Generally, I don’t care if they are smug if the execute flawlessly - not the case here.
The only pasta style they had GF that night was penne, which I’m glad I asked. The GF pizzas are actually smaller than their nonGF pizzas so it’s easy to see that difference, and they come on a plate sized for the smaller crust.
They brought out 3 pizzas, which were clearly different than the pizzas/plates at the surrounding tables. Then another server came out with the bowl of pasta - spaghetti - clearly NOT GF PENNE. She set in front of the kid who almost started eating, but I snatched it up and pointed out that only the penne was GF. She was flustered and went to the smug guy to talk about it. She came back and said he made a mistake in how it was entered in the computer. They said “we’ll hurry up a replacement” - which basically made me super nervous. When the very small bowl of penne arrived bathing in pasta water with some mealy ground meat mixed in, it was pretty bad. Kiddo ate the noodles only, which I usually wouldn’t let slide, but in this case I tried it and was surprised she even ate that much.
Long story short, the pizza was decent and had meat topping options if that’s important to you. If not, I’d go to Mastino V for Pizza instead. And for pasta - I’d go to the Spaghetteria (better and more for about the same price) or Cafe Piazza (bit more expensive but great).
Absolutely delicious! All pizza and pasta can be done gf. Was told they have a seperate oven for gf pizza and that it might take a little longer, but that's no worries for completely gf food. They even have a couple gf desserts
The food was good and they seemed knowledgeable about cross contamination. The pizzas are cooked in a separate oven. If give them five stars for the food and the stars for the service. Maybe I came on a bad night, but the service was extremely slow and it took multiple tries to get anyone's attention at every step of the meal.
This restaurant had excellent food and could accommodate gluten-free. Our son has celiac’s and did not have any issues at all. I highly recommend!
Have been here multiple times and this place never disappoints. The staff knows about Celiac disease, the gluten free pizza’s are really good and made in a separate oven and you even get small gluten free biscuits with the after-dinner coffee. The location as well as the restaurant itself (interior) are lovely.
Really good gluten free pizza. The staff was very patient and kind. Spot is very cozy and cool - a bit off the beaten tourist path (which is good!).
I ate here a few days ago. After talking to the waitress I was confident they can make everything gluten free for me. I had pasta, salad, starter, all was nicely made, in dedicated gluten free area:) the service was a little slow but the 5 star is deserved
I felt safe eating here and the pizza was excellent! It was a very authentic Italian restaurant. I shared an antipasto and had a GF pizza with prosciutto and arugula. Highly recommend, but you can’t be in a hurry.
Offers pizza and some pastas i believe. Had the vegetarian pizza. Very good. Be careful the waitress accidentally brought out regular pizza for me and another worker was amazing and noticed it before it got to me.
The best pizza I have ever had! The service was great, servers were so sweet and accommodating. Options for pizza, pasta and dessert.
Very nice little place with gluten free pasta and gluten free pizza. Should probably call for reservations on busy nights. Nice selections, wines, and some GF desserts too. I will be back next time I'm in town. (I'm not celiac.)
Really good pizza's. You can choose every pizza topping you want, it will be made on a gf bottom, in a gf oven. Staff is well informed on celiac disease! Love this place ❤🍕
It's hard to find gluten free pizza in Amsterdam and this place does a decent job of it.
5 for being only gluten free pizza I could find. 4 in terms of pizza quality. I think is worth going. also have gluten free beer
Yep, they have fine glutenfree pizzas here! Know their stuff. Had no problems afterwards. :)
We could come in short notice without any problems. The staff knew which meals were possible without gluten. The pizza was made in an oven where only glutenfree pizza's are baked.