I had checked on their website and found they had some gluten-free options but just to be safe I called the restaurant beforehand. I was told they had some gluten free options which could be found on their website and if I needed extra assistance once at the restaurant regarding the proper care of my meal, that would be provided. Regardless, I came in mentally prepared to have a hard time with the waiter (which I did). As I was given the menu I noticed that the gluten free options were not listed. I kindly showed the waiter the gluten free option I wanted from my phone and asked if I was able to get that. The waiter did not seem informed on gluten intolerance at all. After a lot of back and forth, I was told that the only thing gluten free was the actual pasta, thus none of the sauce and possibly toppings were gluten free. So I was offered plain pasta and that's all! As someone with Celiac Disease, I found this extremely disrespectful. Please don't lie and say you have options for those with allergies when you really don't. Although I know gluten intolerance and celiac disease are not common, it is not proper to give false advertisement of your food.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much