I definitely recommend this restaurant when you’re in Venice. It’s away from the crowded tourists spots and they have an AIC gluten free menu. The bread they gave me was fluffy and tasty, and the pasta and grilled steak I ordered was really good too. My husband who isn’t a celiac or gluten free enjoyed his meal off the regular menu as well. And just to add a little more peace of mind, your food will come out on a black rimmed plate so it’s clearly different from the non gluten free dishes.
I was excited about this meal based on the reviews, but I found the gluten free menu limited. I ordered the squid ink pasta. It was my first time trying that and the sauce was pretty good, but the pasta was hard and chewy. Disappointed, especially for the price
Most knowledgeable and capable staff (about celiac) of any restaurant I’ve eaten at so far. Generous gluten free menu includes seafood, orzo, ravioli, desserts in addition to GF pasta dishes. GFbread basket! Fried calamari!! Several gift items: mimosa with fresh squeezed OJ, GF almond cookies, Limoncello. Fine dining atmosphere, but not pretentious. Pricey, but worth it.
This place knows gf!!!! Ravioli was awesome starter and the fried calamari and shrimp (yes...I did say FRIED) was equally satisfying. The atmosphere was also great. The pianist was outstanding. I highly recommend this place. I will admit it was pricey, so you will want to prepare yourself for that. But you wont regret it!!!
We had a lovely lunch. The entire staff is very careful (and quite cheery) about accommodating a celiac customer. I enjoyed GF ravioli with sage and butter. It was divine! Also, they have a beautiful anti pasta buffet of grilled vegetables and even offered GF bread and crackers to enjoy it with. Yes, a bit expensive, but excellent service and very much worth a few extra euros for this level of attention and care for allergies. 10 stars!
Don't waste your money! Ate at this restaurant on Christmas Day because of all the good reviews here plus we noticed that it was certified by celiac association. The food was gluten free but it was not good! In our family of 6 all of us were disappointed with our food, some did not eat at all. Service was okay but prices here are quite inflated. Most expensive meal we had in all of Europe and by far the most disappointing quality. Then the waiter had the nerve to demand a 15% tip on top of the service charge which is not customary in Italy.
Fine dining, good service, great atmosphere, very enjoyable. Penne pasta was tough, but sauce was great. Steak was offered medium our well, I asked for, "no more than medium". It came quite rare, which was fine with me. It had a fine flavor. My wife's Sole was good too.
Amazing GF experience - was brought warm Gf bread (a bun of some kind) and a package of Schar crackers. Ravioli and spaghetti carbonara (from a GF menu) were the best we've had in Italy. Topped off with decadent GF tiramisu. A little more spendy than other places, but average compared to US prices and other areas and well worth it (especially considering ambience).