AIC certified since 2015. Right away they asked if there is anything I dont eat. Very friendly for gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, and lactose intolerant. Almost entire menu gluten free. They even had gluten free couscous!!! Tons of delicious desserts including cakes and ice cream. Best meal I had in venice !! They give you rice crackers instead of pitas. In a quieter off the beaten trail area. They gave me a certified gf sweet wine after dessert! Gluten free chocolate with the bill!!!!!!!
Certified gluten free. Eat here while in Venice and visiting the Da Vinci museum. The food was excellent. Lots of GF food and menu. I Gryos (Ghiros) no bread, Greek salad, and mixed app. Owner speaks English well which is helpful when asking questions: if in Venice with the visit.
Waitress just said no worries, she is Celiac too. Approved by the Italian Celiac Association. So I didn’t explain much or ask any questions, so it’s partially my fault but I did get glutened and I wish I hadn’t eaten there. Food was ok, too salty but Celiac travelers can’t be too picky in my experience. I guess a possibility for not too sensitive people? I’m not super sensitive though. So frustrating. I’m eating my own food and Grom for the rest of trip.
My family and I ate here during a 2 week vacation in Italy and this was one of our favorite meals of the whole trip. So many naturally GF options, and all full of flavor. Lots of vegan and veggie options too. Nice change of pace from the typical Italian cuisine. Atmosphere is cozy and casual with a view of a canal in a quiet neighborhood. The owner was really friendly and helpful. She even brought us an extra bowl of olives after hearing my son say how much he loved them. And, they were playing The Smiths! Highly recommend.
We have eaten here twice and did take away twice so we are very familiar with the menu and staff. Almost entire menu is gluten free and they will make substitutions for the few items that are not. Gluten free falafel - what's not to like? They claim to be the only place in Venice where you can get gluten free frittelle - a cake that is only available in the city around Carnaval. Delicious! They also offer a gluten free beer along with a wide selection of wines.
Over 70% of the menu is already gluten free, and only two items on the menu cannot be done gluten free (the tabouli and one other thing I can't remember). They are extremely conscious of gluten free diners. My other and I are celiac and my father is not; they carefully asked if he wanted pita bread, and then came and set it farthest from us. We had already been offered rice cakes in a bread basket. We had an amazing mixed appetizer of kebab, hummus, baba ghanoush, lentil dish, some kind of wonderful potato thing, and my mother had gyros for the first time since her diagnosis. She almost cried. The gyros were not in a wrap, it was spiced lamb with rice and tzatziki, but it was so amazing. FOR DESSERT THEY HAVE GLUTEN FREE CAKE. They said that either chocolate or orange will be available at any time. Also: they do takeaway.