Unfortunately there's very few options and although they offer a gluten free penne, as someone who is very sensitive to cross contamination I threw up after dining
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Their gluten free option appears to be corn based, but lovely texture and taste.
I have to b honest. I visit Huntington one time a year for work. I have celiac disease. I struggle to find food. Been seeing ad for this restaurant, certainly the online menu looks great. That’s where it ends. Certainly very busy, I give them that. Tables r old and booths r very worn, u sink very low, not comfy. Next comes food. I liken it to a cafeteria. Salad on a small saucer, one black olive to make it appetizing, always need one olive, they cost a fortune these days. Got a side of gluten free spaghetti which miraculously turned into cold ziti with a pad of butter. I ordered the ribeye, so excited cause the picture in the menu was awesome. I should have eaten the menu. So, my fine dining experience was not coming to fruition. Then the service. Bless her heart, waitress was as sweet as could b. Remember when I have celiac u always tell wait staff. I did, but, she seemed to think a tray of bread was fine and offered chocolate cake for desert. All was capped off by the glass of Chianti that arrived at the moment I finished the meal. No, I am not returning. Over rated!
Excellent service. My daughter loved the gluten free pasta with Alfredo sauce. Not a dedicated kitchen but they were super helpful.
Amazing gluten free pasta, you cannot even tell it's gluten free. No matter what you order you will get rotini noodles.