great food, very friendly and not expensive at all. may go back for dinner tomorrow it was so good.
Best GF Pizza crust I had in Rome. Not necessarily vegan friendly,but I was able to get a red pizza with garlic & oregano and some sides (potatoes, mushrooms, & eggplant). We ate some of the sides and used the rest to top the pizza. Was disappointed they were out of artichoke and broccoli as well, but everything we got was very tasty. Some too oily but good flavor. Recommend.
For someone with a serious wheat allergy who appreciates excellent cooking, this place is absolute heaven. You can feast on all your favorite Italian dishes and not have to worry about getting sick. Everything we ate (and we kept coming back!) was delicious. The fried options were especially crispy and delectable. The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming. Kudos and thanks for a memorable experience!
Outstanding Italian restaurant for celiacs. Everything on the menu is available GF (prepared in a GF kitchen). The food is really delicious and the menu is very varied. We went to eat there a few times during our stay in Rome and enjoyed everything et tried. Outdoor dining is available and the staff is very friendly and helpful.
Service was not amazing, but the neighborhood is the best in Rome and the menu is a celiac person’s dream. People who aren’t celiac (my whole family) loved it, too. Also great for people who are tired of pizza and pasta, since they have burgers, salads etc. Ambiance is like any good Italian restaurant. After: walk along the river and experience the markets. This is the neighborhood where the locals hang out - we visited the neighborhood twice in 3 days just to get away from the tourist areas.
This was the best gluten free pizza, lasagna and bruschetta of my life. Staff was super nice and nothing was a problem. We spent 3 days in Rome and went to eat here twice. Their house wine was also delicious! Must try When in Rome. Even my non-gf boyfriend was excited about their meals.
The big plus is everything is gf. You won’t get sick from gluten. However there was a different guy in charge the day we went to eat compared to the day we stopped by to check it out. The person there was answering the phones and taking money and cooking all with his gloves on. Touching raw meat and then making a salad. That being said we had pizza. The crust was good. The sauce was not fresh and cheese was not good. Salad was ok. Did not eat much as I was afraid I would get sick. The donuts were decent. Not a place I would go back to. Saw some of the other dishes and they did not look too appetizing.
This place is a dedicated gluten free restaurant. They have pizzas and various fried foods. More like a fast food restaurant although there is some seating. I had a pizza the and it was delicious. My husband had a fried seafood dish with calamari, anchovies and shrimp. That was not as good. The calamari was rubbery which means it wasn't very fresh. Other than that I felt very safe eating there!
The food was excellent, and very clear gluten free options. However ... the service was absolutely awful! No one greeted us, we had to chase for menus, to make an order, food was slammed down on the table, we must of had 5 different waiters, and staff were simply rude. It’s a good little place, but could be great if only they improved their service, and I hope our experience was a one off.
A wonderful gluten-free dining experience at Mama Eat! I greatly appreciated the care that the staff took in explaining the menu and how every item could be made gluten-free. Yes, that’s right. Celiacs who have a FULL menu of choices are in for a delightful meal! I enjoyed the Roman style artichokes and buffalo mozzarella pizza. Delicious!
Some of the beat food Ive eaten since I was diagnoised celiac. Pizza tasted wonderful and toppings fresh and flavoursome. All staff clearly aware of need for GF... the GF food os served on clear plates to identify it. The fried starters were great. 5 different GF beers and the house red was good for the price. Tiramasu dessert a little disappointing but that didnt mar the evening at all. Double checked bill and they didnt charge for tap water. Service included but gave an extra tip anyway as the staff were knowledgable and helpful.
I don't understand all of the great ratings. I think we just get excited we can eat something we usually can't, like fried breaded food. 4 days in Rome and this was the worst place I ate. Rice balls had hardly any ham or cheese like menu says. Like someone else said the pasta should have been cooked another minute. They Do have a service charge so remember you do not have to tip. Google if you are unfamiliar, in Italy they are paid a living wage and do not live off tips like in USA. They charge for tap water they just put in a bottle, not sealed twist off top like every other restaurant. Tap water is fine, just don't charge for it. Oddly enough the food just didn't sit right, not because of any gluten cross contamination, not exactly sure. My wife (not gluten free) said her stomach was bothering her as well. There are many other nice restaurants in the area that even if they don't have gluten free pasta I would go and just get a meat dish. *note bad rating based upon upset stomach and bland food, not just charging for water, another reviewer who made a comment about my review apparently can't read* And please take pictures if you are writing a review on this app, they are very easy to upload
Fantastic GF pasta and bread! Located in an incredible location, great service. Make Trastevere a stop on your trip to Rome so that you can have dinner here! Also: water isn't free in Europe. Giving this place a bad review because they charged you for water is ridiculous.
This was such a great option for a quick bite near the Vatican. Table seating but no waiter service. Everything was gluten free. Yahoooo. Found delicious treats we can't get at home. You can eat with ease. Staff was so kind. They have a sit down restaurant we didn't get to. They're On Facebook & instagram.
I'm in agreement with all of the other reviewers. This menu is amazing for GF food. I had the lasagne - my favorite food that I haven't eaten in 5 years since discovering my gluten intolerance. Also had fried mozzarella and chocolate almond cake - all delicious! The staff were friendly and knowledgeable.
They have a separate kitchen for making gluten free dishes and a Celiac can order almost anything from the very extensive menu. My daughter ate tiramisu for the first time and loved it. A paradise for celiacs! Call ahead for reservations. They get very busy after 8:30.
Oh. My. God. I actually cried tears of joy while I ate my food. So many deep fried things that I have not eaten in years. I am stuffed beyond belief, and may perish from deep fried overload, but if I do, I will die a happy man. If you have celiac, this place is like heaven on earth. If you are in Rome and you do not eat here, you will regret it for all your years.
Mama Eat has two kitchens: one is dedicated exclusively to gluten free cooking and food preparation. Almost the entire extensive menu has a column of gf pricing right next to the gluten-filled prices. It's wonderful. I had gluten free penne pasta with prawns and an olive oil/citrus infused dressing. Delicious! Good wine, espresso, and even a GF tiramisu for dessert. Topped off with limoncello. We were there nearly 3 hours, outdoors, on a lovely spring night. Highly recommended.
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