Amazing food! Menu contains a great deal of options, a bit pricy, but no more than most of the areas offerings. Gluten free ravioli in Alfredo sauce is to die for. We came at an odd time, one of their ovens was down so unfortunately no gluten free bread for us, but it’s a comfort to know they have it. Other potential dishes include seafood based Mac and cheese, pizza, many soup/salad offerings etc.
Awful, mushy GF pasta. The marinara was decent, but I would never come back here considering most GF friendly Italian restaurants actually provide al dente GF pasta that tastes pretty close to the real thing.
Overpriced and the place is always packed.
No gluten free bread but the gf pasta was tasty!
Yucky food that I wouldn't eat before or after GF diagnosis. :P
No gluten free menu but that staff is very knowledge about what on the menu can be substituted with the GF pasta to make it GF
Great gluten free pizza!
Good size portions! Open late
— Separate gluten-free menu
When I asked to speak with someone who could help me, someone came out right away and say they use the same oven for pizza (which I can’t eat anyways bc dairy) but they do clean the oven before they use it each time! And they have separate pasta that is gf!
They have a separate gf menu that is awesome! Most of the same things from the main menu but made gf. I got the margarita pasta and it was delicious! I am a super sensitive celiac and it didn’t make me sick at all! Just make sure you let them know you have celiacs before you order
— Separate gluten-free menu
Disappointed to be writing this after all the positive reviews but ordered a gluten free pizza from the Moab location and found a regular pasta noodle mixed into the toppings too late. Got sick. Would not recommend.
During a recent VK in Moab, checked out Pasta Jay’s based on favorable reviews in this app. Ate here multiple times during our stay in Moab. All waitresses that served us were knowledgeable about celiacs. Their pesto is to die for!
Great food, gluten free pasta was cooked perfectly and the gluten free menu which has a lot of options. Very, very clean restaurant, every server was cleaning in between waiting on their tables. Our server wasn't the best (we waited a while to get water and our food came out and we had to ask for silverware and napkins and waited about 5 minutes until we asked another server that brought it) and then had to ask for the check. After watching the other servers I believe it was just ours that was possibly having an off day. Would definitely go back!
Actual GF menu - not just gluten friendly. They tell you right up front that the pasta will take awhile as it's made to order. The pizza is done with great safety measures which they shared without prompting. Rachael was just awesome and so was the pizza!!
They have an extensive gluten free menu. The "garlic bread" is just like a pizza crust but it tasted okay. The waitress said they cook all the gf pasta is separate water and the GF pizzas up high away from flour. I was happy she knew what she was talking about. And seemed confident.
Went to Pasta Jay's for dinner. They have a separate GF menu. We had the balsamic Brussels sprouts as an appetizer, which was really good. I'm not keen on GF pasta, so I avoided those dinners. Instead I had the dinner salad with shrimp, which was pretty good. They also offer GF pizzas. I didn't get sick! I'd recommend this place.
Plain pasta with Alfredo sauce was very bland, and I would pass on the GF flat bread - it’s just the GF pizza crust and very plain. If I came again I would recommend paying a few dollars more for better tasting food. However they were very knowledgeable about Celiac and I did not get sick.
The staff knew what they were dealing with. They have a separate oven for gluten free people and a separate and might i add large selection of gluten free items to choose from. The food was phenomenal !
The gluten free pizza was delicious. Ask for the gluten free menu. It’s a separate menu. And, let the server know you want it gluten free. They have items on the standard menu with the same names.
Staff was knowledgeable about what items they could adjust to different needs other then gluten, supporting the fact that they are great with gluten free. They have a gluten free menu and I felt very safe eating here. Great food and cooks. I definantaly would recommend this place. They have a gluten free pizza crust and pasta, allowing a lot of options.
There were many gluten free options since they have gluten free pasta. Most of the sauces (pesto alfredo and marinara) were gluten free. The waiter was knowledgeable about gluten sensitivity. I had chicken and broccoli with alfredo sauce which I thought was excellent.
They can make gluten free penne. Be warned, however, it took them 55 minutes to cook it and serve it. It is freezing inside in the summer. All in all a more grueling ordeal than the morning hike through desert canyons.
Went here because it had multiple 5 star ratings and was extremely disappointed! Waited more than 45 minutes for food with one other table in the restaurant (it was mid-afternoon on a weekday), was given non-GF garlic bread to "hold me over" for free, when we got our food the GF pasta was stuck together and had not been stirred when cooking, other pasta meal was burnt, was given attitude when complained, also this place was more expensive than I expected, about $15 a person for lunch
My husband ordered the chicken fettucine alfredo, which comes with penne noodles if you're gluten-free. The noodles were cooked to perfection, and the sauce was absolutely delicious.
I ordered the gluten-free pizza with sausage and roasted bell peppers, which was delicious too.
The portion sizes were on the bigger side, so next time we'll probably split a dish, but we went away with happy tummies and leftovers for later!
Probably the BEST GF pasta dish I've ever had.. And I've had a lot. The GF pasta is penne and they really cook it to perfection. I recommend the a la Genovese. The marinara is a little spicy. They also have GF pizza crust.