Restaurant boasts a clearly marked menu, but knowledge of cross-contamination and what gluten is was non-existent. From comments about milk products being gluten to general annoyance that I asked about cc, I guessed that eating there was risky. However, when I asked if the gf pasta was dropped (cooked) in the same water that they cook everyone else’s regular pasta, I was told yes because the high temperature kills gluten. Oh boy! I stuck with a side salad and was disappointed but fine. This restaurant is capitalizing on fad diets at the expense of those who need a gf diet to live.
This place has good food, I've had it before before being diagnosed with Celiac disease. Unfortunately, this place is not safe for people who HAVE TO eat GF. I brought my Nima Sensor to test the Mushroom Risotto and it came back positive for Gluten. Celiacs beware.
I have Celiac and have never had any issues with contamination here. Their calamari is better than the breaded stuff, and most pasta dishes can be made with gf pasta. Their Caesar salad is awesome. Actually all their food is great, and although last loud, the interior is extraordinarily authentic. I wish they'd offer gf bread because it sucks to watch the rest of my family eat the delicious oil they serve.
Had a party here for 14 people...3 of which have Celiac disease. Spoke with Mark who helped plan a delicious all gluten free menu for the entire table. Our server was also knowledgeable regarding Celiac disease. Our non gluten free guests would have never known that our entire meal was gluten free!