Not sure what happened, but my family and I were treated rudely by this restaurant. My very first day in Turin, and I asked to go first to this restaurant as I have Celiac and wanted to try a real Italian pizza. I arrived with my wife and son and asked for a table for three. The server immediately put us on a tiny table (not even large enough for two people) in the very back corner of the restaurant. I asked for a table in front by the window, but she said none were available (although there were at least 4 tables free, and hardly any customers.). Then she disappeared into the kitchen and came back with a man who was very stern, and told us " we only serve gluten free here!" Ok, that's the whole reason why we came! I asked him for a table out front. Then the server picked a spot in the opposite back corner of the restaurant, equally far from the window. Maybe it was a simple language gap, but I didn't get a friendly vibe from them at all, and not sure what we did to offend them, so we just left.
The whole menu is GF! Delicious!! The calzone is a must! We will be back before we leave
100% GF ... great pizza, sandwiches, desserts. In the city center :)
All their pizzas are gluten free! They also have GF beer.