Our waitress was not overly knowledgable. My 9 yr. old daughter has Celiac Disease. She ordered the gluten free cheese pizza. She said it tasted like cardboard with a smushed tomato and some cheese on it. My other daughter also tasted the gluten free pizza and said it was terrible. I told the waitress that my daughter did not like the pizza and she seemed sorry, but did not offer to bring her anything else or try to make up for it in any way. After we left my daughter said her stomach felt off.
I eat here on a regular basis and never have an issue - menu is clearly marked and they serve all GF dishes in a green bowl/plate so that the staff and everyone knows to be careful. The pasta doesn’t even taste like GF and I can even get dessert if I’m in the mood. You will not regret this place - highly suggest the caliente chicken pasta.
When I ordered I felt the staff adequately addressed all my questions. My server said that when the order is put in it is flagged in some way to say celiac/allergy. I ordered their Greek salad with salmon. As I was eating I found part of a bow tie pasta. The staff did bring me a new salad, the manager talked to me and apologized. I would go back, but I would also be better at checking over my food before I start eating. The life of a celiac.
As a Celiac I was very excited to see that they had GF beer and tons of choices on the menu clearly marked. Unfortunately I got sick. I ordered the Greek Pizza and a dinner salad (no bread) with Greek dressing.
I wish I could give it less than one star. I came here because of the good reviews. I am GF and DF. Our waitress was terrible. I ordered pizza. First one came out with cheese. She said I was wondering if you could have that. I asked if she had told the kitchen DF and she admitted that she had not. The next pizza came out with no sauce. By that time I was done. The only thing good that happened was they comped the meal. I will never eat here again.
The food pics looked so good I had to try. The family loved the food. I had ordered the GF bruschetta sundae as an appetizer. (I'm not celiac, I'm allergic to wheat like people are to peanuts.) After a couple of bites I thought it was strange I was having some reaction. I started looking through the tomato bruschetta mixture and there was an entire piece of bow tie pasta in there. I asked if it was GF and it was not. They said the bruschetta mixture is by a pasta salad mixture and it must have fallen in there. So I'm sure the food is delicious but this place is NOT for me.
I'm celiac and can eat here without getting sick quite easily. I think their penne is horrible, very grainy tasting and mushy both times I ordered it. Their pizza however is very tasty! Best of all, they have dessert!
Nice menu selection, there were five of us and we all ordered something diff and shared. While everything was tasty but the artichoke pesto pasta was the best. we had salads, pasta and pizzas it was def a feast. I would recommend it to anyone with celiac.
I was in town from Dallas and decided to order off of their gluten free menu and this is now my favorite restaurant in Tyler! I was so surprised by all the pizza and pasta options. I got the Amore pizza, and the Asiago spinach chicken penne pasta and both were excellent. Can't wait to come back to Tyler!
I had the Amore GF pizza which was AWESOME! The best crust I've had since going GF! I had to find out where they get the crust & was happy to find the company online. Just in case you wanna know it's Fresh Meadow Bakery & they have lots of products too! Will definitely be coming back here for another try!
The resteraunt is great about keeping your food desperate from food containing gluten of any kind. The nicest staff and the food is delicious. I love the pizza and pasta. I can't tell a difference from gluten free to when I used to eat the regular thing. I love it.