Staff was amazing. My waitress was also celiac she went above and beyond. I had there gluten free pasta and it was very good. Didn’t get sick I would recommend this place. Owner even came by to make sure we all enjoyed our meals and thanked us for coming. Great family owned restaurant.
Got extremely sick because they mixed up my plate with one of my colleagues'. Know someone who experienced something similar the year after that happened to me
Amazing experience! Went during the busy NYE night and my waitress had celiac herself. Felt very comfortable ordering and the food/staff were so welcoming and friendly!
Not safe for people with celiac disease
Very good pasta, beautiful place and the waitress was very kind and awesome
Delicious and super friendly and helpful! Great atmosphere-Had a gluten-free menu. Had a delicious goat cheese salad and pasta dish. No symptoms!
gluten free pasta option, the alfredo was delicious! i didn’t have a reaction from here.
I recommend this restaurant to any Celiac visiting Toronto! From contacting them through Facebook to escorting us to the door at the end of our meal.. we were taken care of with 100% professionalism ! This restaurant is cozy and snug fitting but most definitely AMAZING !
They have gluten free pasta which they can add to any meal. However, the only dessert they can guarantee doesn’t have wheat is the creme brûlée, but who cares because that’s delicious! Restaurant itself is pretty small and cramped, but food is good.
GF Pasta and Some entrees are GF (Salmon). They have a printed GF menu. Delicious. Only issue was with dessert - Tartuffo. It is made outside. They said it is GF but one of our party (with a TN allergy) asked what the coating was on it, they couldn’t answer. It tasted like ground oats or nuts. I would be concerned about it if were oats (on the vanilla flavor). The chocolate was coated in cocoa powder and our Celiac family member did not get sick. They also have Creme brûlée that is GF.
Service was wonderful! Staff was knowledgeable about the menu and offered gluten free options. Food was great!!!
Decent food and I didn't get sick but it took forever once we were seated - we were at the table for almost an hour before we got food! Very small space too so waiting for our table (where we were asked to wait) we were in everyone's way
Two Italian places worth checking out in downtown Toronto are Il Fornello and Kit Kat Bar & Grill. The latter offers a vegetable antipasto appetizer which is a great starter to share. Gluten-free pasta is available for a small upcharge and the alberto sauce is fabulous.