I wasn’t able to find a dedicated menu and it was a little confusing, but I did get plain gf pasta & marinara and it was good. It was a little nerve wracking without a dedicated menu. My server was good but we must have just arrived at a strange time- 2:30 right before they closed so he wasn’t the most helpful. I’m not sure I’d recommend this as the best option for a celiac person to go, although I felt fine after eating. Other restaurants in Florence have more options & are more accommodating.
Great staff, awesome, like a large family kitchen - food options are very good!! RELAX // A reservation simply means you'll get a seat at a table, after standing in a cue that forms 30-45 min prior to seating. The cue outside is self forming, and confusing. (RELAX) Everyone cues up while seeing this little tiny restaurant through the main glass door. As the cue gets larger folks begin to think others are simply cuing for a 1st come 1st serve seating. The latter arrivals (also with reservations) push past the early arrivals (also with reservations) as the late arrivals think everyone else does not have a reservation but them, while those who arrived early think all late arrivals do not have reservations as the restaurant appears to hold 1/4 the crowd that has formed. About the time the crowd tension begins to peak - the door opens with one of the staff stepping out to face "the mob". The mob then surges forward as if to score on 4th and goal while the lone staff member calmly gets the reservation name and head count - each reservation attempts to collect their crew from the scrum in front of the small door and enter. Once inside you see the extra rooms, spacious seating options and begin to relax and realize that the entire mob behind you will in fact get seated. You then hope the person(s) that pushed in front of you rudely is not seated next to you. The table staff engages, food flows, you open the bottle of wine on your table and settle in to a conversation with the strangers [now friends] that bonded in the "Crazy Italian Seating process" you just survived. Dinner with a show -- but you and the crowd are the show at the beginning -- the dinner is in fact worth the wait / effort
Definitely get a reservation. They have two seatings, one at 7.30 through to 9.30, and then they start fitting in the next crowd as the first leaves. We had a reservation for five, and joined the crowd of people who also had reservations, all anxious to get in. Tell your server you are gluten free, and he'll let you know what you can eat.