They have GF gemelli. Their piccata sauce was STRONG lemon flavor. Their menu says they can make lots of GF, just ask...I did ask... was given 2 choices. Won’t be back.
So impressed with this menu. It says right when you open it that most meals can be made gf. We had the goat cheese appetizer and a gf pizza. I have celiac and am fine. Our waitress said they are a very allergy friendly restaurant. Really good food. I will eat here again.
Staff was very knowledgeable. Food was great. We have several food allergies in addition to Celiac and they were great about double heckling ingredients and giving us ideas for safe foods.
They have tons on gluten free options and everything is clearly marked on the menu. The staff was also very knowledgeable about what options I could have. I had the pizza and it was delicious!
There’s honestly not enough stars. This place is SO. GOOD. The only better Italian meal I’ve had was in Italy. Everything is cooked to perfection. I’m extremely sensitive and did not get sick. GO HERE.
What a treat to be able to get a delicious Italian meal that is gluten free. Tried the chicken piccata with gf gemelli pasta! So yummy!
Lots of gluten free options to choose from, and really yummy pasta! I got an appetizer of bruschetta (was essentially a gf pizza crust with the bruschetta toppings- tasted good but more food than I expected for an app!). The chicken broccoli pasta I had was delicious and enough food to take home for a second helping later. Would recommend this to anyone in the area, but try to go early to avoid the line!
Staff was knowledgeable and the restaurant offered a variety of gluten free options. The gluten free “garlic bread” appeared to be gluten free pizza crust with garlic and butter on it but I was still appreciative of having gf “bread” with my meal, and was given a saucer of the olive oil/cheese/pepper mix!! They have several homemade gf pastas. I went with the chicken cacciatore with spaghetti, it was perfectly done and held together well. Not super expensive, would recommend if you’re in the area!
Old fashioned Roman style cooking with fresh ingredients. The gluten free menu has great selection and they know how to cook gluten free pasta well. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable to my gluten free questions and they really make you feel welcomed
The staff was knowledgeable and directed me to what was available gluten free. They could make any chicken dish gluten free and all pasta sauces were safe except for eggplant sauce. They had a choice of 4 gluten free pastas that they made on site. I ate with no issues at all and will return again on my next trip.
This place was amazing! Family members have celiac and they know what they’re doing. Separate prep space and they take it very seriously. Had chicken broccoli alfredo penne and so delicious. Most of the menu could be made GF. They even had a chocolate lava cake option for dessert but the portions are huge so no room for dessert. The only reason I didn’t give 5 stars is because they don’t have GF flour so they can’t make chicken parm or anything like that. But will definitely go back. I’m celiac and had no issues after eating here.
Terrific homemade gluten free pasta. Most anything on the menu they will make gluten free. Very knowledgeable and great food!
Big portions and good tomato sauce. Gluten free bread is $8 though and only available as a huge plate which like for one person isn’t great. Also I got their shrimp cocktail and the shrimp tasted very not fresh. Big gluten free menu, I’ve only had their pasta and it’s been good. They have pizza too.
Not sure what all the hype is about this place. First off after being told it would be a 20 minute wait it turned into almost an hour after we were seated. Watched multiple people pay the host off to get seated immediately. Wait staff was rude. GF pasta was mediocre, nothing you can’t make at home
Huge gluten free menu and so delicious. Homemade gluten free pasta!! We came here in December and are finally back. I’ve been thinking about this place for 6 months.
I really enjoyed this place. I’ve been here 2x and both times had great pasta dishes. The portion sizes here are huge so I really feel like I get my Money worth. Good for celiacs
The menu says that they have the most gf items in the north end but I was very sick within the hour. I will not be back
food is great but careful there. i believe what they sell as gluten free pasta is not in fact GF. the matter of cross contaminatio i can deal with but have been sick all night after eating there, which is a clear sign, in my particular case, that i have eaten some serious gluten. avoid.
Went a while back had great gluten free pasta
Amazing food and the waitstaff were very accommodating. I can't wait to go back.
Sadly, I cannot really review the food at this restaurant. After waiting a half hour to get a table we learned that their gluten free pasta was not dairy free. Kudos to our waitress for realizing that this might be an issue.
Very good!! Hand made gluten free pasta was a real treat. They had several types to choose from. Inexpensive too for the North End.
If you have celiacs, you can have anything on the menu except for the meat balls and the egg plant. Highly recommend for anyone who has celiacs and is looking for an authentic North End experience.
Some of the "gluten free" pasta was actually just low gluten pasta, made of durum wheat. I was served this despite expressing I have an allergy. Food was delicious, but if you have a true reaction to wheat, I wouldn't suggest eating here
There is a good selection and the food is good. Unfortunately, our waitress didn't quite seem to get the importance of avoiding even small cross-contamination so we had to press a bit. She finally put it down as allergy for the kitchen, which probably had the desired effect. So far as we could tell, there were no problems with the food, itself.
Good food, 4 different pasta options. Almost anything can be made gf.
Lots of options for pasta and the bolognese was really good.
They say almost everything can be made gf which it can. I kept it simple just in case. The food was decent. One thing that made me slightly nervous is that we had two different servers waiting on us back and forth. Overall it seemed fine in the end but I definitely didn't feel 100% confident I wouldn't get glutened.
The website for this restaurant advertises gluten free pasta and pizza and the menu says just about any meal can be made gluten free. We went with friends last night. The waitress had no idea how meals were adjusted for those with celiac disease. She said gluten free means "you can't eat breadcrumbs, right?" and told us to look at the description of the meals and use our best judgement. I was up all night with a belly ache, either from accidental contamination or the ricotta cheese they put in the very chunky Alfredo sauce. Not recommended.
This place was awesome, great service, incredibly friendly staff, and a great find! I will definitely stop here on my next visit!