83% of 6 votes say it's Celiac friendly

214 King Street West, Toronto, ON M5H 3S6, Canada M5H 3S6 Directions

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Celiac safe. The gluten free pasta was even better than the pizza. All good!

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Good knowledge about GF among the staff. The god was so-so, but I felt very safe eating there.

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I ordered risotto and got glutened here. The server seemed well aware of gluten & celiac disease, but I still got glutened. It was a busy weekday evening during the theatre rush so they may have been rushing.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Gluten Free Features

  • Celiac Friendly
  • Gluten Free Menu
  • Pasta
  • Pizza

Categories

  • Lunch
  • Restaurant
  • Takeout
  • Vegetarian Friendly

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Not celiac

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Great food. Staff very aware of cross contamination. Many options. I had a pasta with chicken and pesto and it was delicious!

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Celiac

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Great food. Three of us had pizza (GF), pasta, and chicken Asiago. All very tasty. GF pizza crust was quite good - a bit soft under the toppings and crispy around the edges. GF items are identified on the menu, but I think all pizzas and pastas can be made GF.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

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I’ve ever eaten a few times and I’ve never had a problem. They are very aware of cross contamination and do a great job. Recommend.

Updated 2 years ago read full review

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Great meal. Pizza was great all pasta is GF option and lots of choices.

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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Found the gf pizza left a lot to be desired. Limited flavour, and an unappetizing texture.

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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Two Italian places worth checking out in downtown Toronto are Il Fornello and Kit Kat Bar & Grill. Il Fornello also offers gluten-free pasta for an upcharge, but we opted for the daily special seafood risotto and chicken asiago.

Updated 5 years ago read full review

Reviews of this Chain

Celiac

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They are celiac aware. If you talk to.your server about fresh cutting tools for your pizza and surface contamination they are great. I've had the pizza multiple time and never been sick. The crust is decent but not out of this world. Toppings are good. Never had their pasta. (I have Celiac Disease).

Celiac

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Our favourite restaurant in the city with tons of GF options including pizza.

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My mom and I both have celiac and this is our go to place! They have amazing gf pizza crust and are knowledgeable about celiac. They also have gf chocolate soufflé for dessert!!! (I’m also vegan and they have tons of vegan and gf options)

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I love the food here and used to eat at this restaurant all the time. Their gluten free pasta is amazing!! Beware their cheese is not gluten free!

Celiac

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Very few GF options. The gf pasta says it’s rice pasta on the menu, but they’re really serving awful and dense Maria’s brand pea/kale pasta fusilli. Yuck. It’s like lead. I’ve never seen an Italian restaurant not have a decent gf pasta if they have gf pasta. Based on previous reviews I was extremely specific with the servers and don’t feel glutened. I’m reluctantly giving it a “celiac friendly” rating, but not because you’ll enjoy your pasta.

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Knowledgeable and delicious! They take lots of precautions.

Not celiac

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Gluten free pasta was mediocre

Celiac

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Amazing! We ordered gf rotini alfredo and gf rotini Capri and gf it was absolutely perfect. Definitely recommend for any fancy Italian cravings you may have.

Celiac

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I am celiac and also must eat dairy free. We eat here regularly and I have never had any issues. The servers have a very good understanding of allergies/intolerances. One of my favourite places to go.

Celiac

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I advised our server I was celiac and ordered from the gluten free menu stressing what celiac meant. I was quite sick afterwards and suffered being glutened here.

Celiac

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My boyfriend has celiac disease and is nervous eating at places we've never tried. The waitress assured us that it was celiac friendly but he got horribly sick. He was sick for an entire week after eating here. If you have celiac, DO NOT GO HERE!

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Amazing pasta that is out of this world! Staff are very knowledgeable and handle food allergies with the utmost caution. Felt very confident dining here and would recommend it to any Celiac.

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Amazing GF pizza with knowledgable staff. Seriously the best thin crust pizza outside of Naples.

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gf pizza and pasta with knowledgable staff.

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great food and amazing careful service!

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Gluten free pizza and pasta

Celiac

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Great gluten-free dining. Always great food and service. The pizza and pasta cannot compare anywhere else. They always go above and beyond!

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Several locations around Toronto, nice pasta and great thin crust pizza

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