The gluten free pizza crust was not edible. I could barely chew it. When I told the waitress she said, yeah, that happens. Salad was good though.
Everyone was lovely and we ordered our pizza to go so we did not see how it was prepared. We ordered the mushroom pizza with truffle oil. Absolutely delicious but couldn’t tell if it was the richness of the truffle oil or if we were glutened. I would not recommend for Celiac
The food was so delicious, but I have gotten sick eating here when I ordered the gluten free pizza. I have a feeling their cross contamination practices aren’t where they need to be. I did go back a second time and ordered the eggplant dish- never got sick eating that- I assume since it wasn’t pizza there was less cross contamination.
I really wanted to like this restaurant based on the reviews. I watched them improperly make my gluten free pizza. Using the same ladle and sauce as all of the regular pizzas. Then they cut it with the same pizza cutter. Nima came back with gluten found. I asked to try a different dish, Osso Bucco, that was guaranteed gluten free directly by the chef. Came back as gluten found again. I decided to cut my losses and left hungry. :-/
Pizza was really good, crispy bottom. They assured me that there was no cross contamination
Pizza crust wasn’t pre frozen, but made by hand at restaurant. Thin crust, but very good. Wait staff was nice.
The gluten free Pizza is Wonderful and the place is very beautiful and cozy. The service is gentle and sympathetic. The mushroom gluten free pizza is incredible. It is amazing!!! 🤗
The pizza was good, but to avoid cross contamination they cook the crust in a dedicated cast iron pan, which makes the crust a little soft. But super tasty.