Limited Gluten free menu but disclaimer about cross contamination.
Cheap quality food
I can't believe that I've eaten the gluten free pizza from this place a dozen times and haven't shared my experiences! Only once in a dozen times did I have a problem. I haven't tried the other GF options offered, but someday I might. My husband may be happier about their GF puzza than I am because now we can dine out someplace that has food he actually likes! (He hates Fresh Kitchen.)
I had the gf pizza talked to waitress and told her I was Celiac. Had my pizza 3 hours later I’m good. I can’t ask for any more. Good fresh toppings and good cheese. For me it was success.
I’m not sure if they just don’t care and served me regular raviolis or if they don’t take any cross-contamination precautions, but I wound up writhing in intense abdominal pain within 30 minutes of getting home after eating dinner here. This was beyond a contamination incident. This was full-on glutening, even after we were kindly clear with the server of the importance of no contamination. My five year old daughter wound up cramping (she’s gluten sensitive) and my husband wound up with a severe migraine (migraine-induced gluten sensitivity). We all had different meals. Needless to say we won’t be returning to Ferraro’s.
My wife and I ate here. Different entrees (1 ravioli and 1 grilled chicken). Both on the GF menu, definitely rang up as GF on the ticket, both very much NOT gluten free.
Realized we’d both been glutened before we even finished the meal. (No we didn’t get the side salad or anything).
Don’t even come here if you are a little sensitive as you will get a full on glutening.
Good gluten free menu. My daughter got the gf cheese ravioli. She said it was delicious. Nice atmosphere. We would go back.
If you don't like a lot of garlic, tell them to go lite. Other than that it is decent/good food.
Very good food. Gluten free pizza is good and the ravioli were also delicious. Gluten free cheesecake for dessert.