Their food is great, we have been here 3 times but last time we went for a special occasion they served me regular croutons on my salad. I was assured by our waitress that they were GF but they were not and I got severely ill within half an hour! My husband called them to let them know and they just said sorry. We spent quite a bit for our meal and they didn't even offer anything to make up for their mixup. This was definitely not the way we planned to spend our date! Be mindful of what you order and ask lots of questions!
This is the best restaurant I have visited since being diagnosed Celiac! They have a 4 page gf menu, the staff is excellent, and the food is amazing. I tried almost everything on the menu and loved it all. I always finished my meal with pannacotta with warm berry sauce (no chocolate sauce is my preference). I drove the 45 minutes each way at least once a month when I lived in the area, it's that worth it.
I was recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease, and have had terrible luck eating anywhere. So of course I was hesitant to eat here but I'm SO SO SO glad I did. The menu was 4 pages of glorious glorious options. I had lasagna, caesar salad (w/ croutons), and bread. Everything was really tasty. I couldn't tell the salad or lasagna was GF. The bread, maybe? But it tasted like delicious homemade bread. Will return. Soon.
This is now my new favorite restaurant! A ton of options, amazing service and they were all very knowledgeable and attentive. The owner even came over a few times to show me what specials could be done gf as well as the four page gf menu. The price is totally fair for the quality and huge portions!!
Go! Go! Go! If you are looking for a charming, authentic, scrumptious locale this is it. For celiacs it is a relief from places where when you ask "Do you know what celiac is? You get a response of that's baby formula isn't it? True story. The chef/owner of the restaurant let us into the kitchen while he and staff skillfully crafted the meals. He answered all our questions, easing fears Debbie may have had about gluten contamination. He showed us how they prepare all foods separately to maintain safety. We love this restaurant. I wish we had it in Atlanta where we live. The locals are lucky.