Ordered the gluten free pasta with a pomodoro sauce and meatballs. Meatballs had no sauce on them just dry meat and the sauce wasn’t good I would rather have jarred sauce. Food also came out very quick (before I could finish my appetizer definitely less than 10min from when I ordered). Not impressed.
Update: I got very sick after so there must have boiled the gf pasta in the normal pasta water!
Only one pasta choice, but many sauces to choose from. All of the sauces I've tried so far have been really good. They also have a gf meatball option.
The gluten free pasta is amazing. There are over 40 sauce & meat options to choose from. They even have gluten free meatballs & salads. This was way better than any other gluten free Italian I've ever experienced.
Menu has items marked as GF and there are totally enough things to choose from. Didn't get the pasta but had a tasty eggplant dish. Friendly staff and a lovely visit.
Gf pasta and salad. Great taste and price.
With seven locations in the Atlanta area, Figo Pasta is a casual order-atthe- counter venue with Italian gluten-free pasta. The options for gluten-free guests also include over 15 sauces, meatballs, risotto specials, salads and Nutella crepes. Figo's owner is from Italy and knows the importance of serving gluten-free selections that are both safe and great tasting.
Not bad! Good gluten free pasta. Staff seemed knowledgable. My only worry is cross contamination as I didn't see the kitchen staff change gloves. Eggplant was very good as well. Met another gluten free foodie in line that eats here often as well.
Unfortunately I was glutened there yesterday. I ordered gluten free pasta and it was labeled as such (take out). I had two bites before I realized it was the same pasta as my son (who did not order gluten free). I’ve been violently ill for the last 12 hours. Major bummer.
Been here about 5 times and it's always delicious but it's not celiac friendly. First of all the third time I went twice they delivered my dish and it had a few other pasta pieces in it which were obviously not gluten free. The manager gave me a generous gift card the next time my dish came out it was fine and didn't make me sick. Fast forward to last night, which was the fifth visit, and I didn't notice anything in my dish (not saying much as I was starving and eating on the dark side of the patio) but ended up making me sick, and as any of you celiacs know it will last awhile. It is very unfortunate because the food is amazing. :( very sad.