Delicious food at reasonable price. Staff was friendly and accommodating. A bit of a limited menu for gluten free options but was incredibly pleased with the quality.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Diversity is not what you will get here but if you want pasta with delicious sauce I would recommend. They have lots of different sauce options to choose from and the manager's sister is celiac (so he might know a little). I like to go here as it's delicious, affordable, lots of food, and a really interesting decor. I will agree with other comments that the service can sometimes be slow but I work a lot in Italy as well and it's a cultural thing.
Very sick after eating in the restaurant!
They have one kind of gluten freee pasta that can be combined with all the sauces, which are delicious. There are also some gluten free entrances and desserts available. Very nice atmosphere.
Really disappointed... 1/ they only have 3 entrees on the menu tht are gluten free (and something like 4 starters and 3 or 4 desserts), but they garantee no cross contamination which is good. 2/ the service was awful: we waited 30 minutes and had to ask several times for someone to take our order; my friend ordered a pizza but instead they brought pasta and when we said it was the wrong order they told us we were wrong, then changed it, my friend had to wait an extra 15 min for her food while mine was getting cold in front of me, and at night point did they apologize. 3/ My friend's pizza (not gluten free, they don't have gluten free pizza) was hardly edible in her opinion. 4/ It's way too expensive price/quality-wise. I will never go back again.
GF pasta was available, most meats and sauces are GF. Panna cotta or mouse for dessert are also available. Ignore the rest of the menu though
They have two varieties of gluten free pasta and a wide variety of sauces. They are aware of what sauces are safe and can recommend sauces based off of your preferences. The service is a bit frustrating, only because it was the owner and a female server doing all the work throughout the restaurant as 4 young men working stood in the way the majority of the time.
delicious food! best pasta I ever had! celiac friendly
The staff were very knowledgable and even overly confident with their ability to cater for Celiacs. Taste wise, the food however was not fantastic
Finally! A place in Brussels where I can get actual food! I've been traveling through Europe for almost a week now, and I've spent a few days in Brussels. I had yet to find somewhere that hadn't caused an allergic reaction or just been disgusting. (And I am not picky when it comes to food) This restaurant just appeared out of nowhere on the street with a giant sign that said "Free Gluten"- which I initially balked at until I realized what it meant. I took my chances going inside because it looked a bit nicer than what I was dressed for (See- backpacking through Europe) but when I entered I was ushered inside and told to sit, even though it was rather busy. Waitstaff were friendly and funny. They Explained the GF options- either fusilli or penne pasta, and all the sauces were GF. I had "the best cappuccino in Brussels" as the waiter said, and I had to agree. For my meal I ordered penne with the caprese sauce and it was amazing. And large portions size too. The pasta was around 15 euro, and definitely worth it in my opinion. Please go here and ask for gluten free! They are very nice and most waiters speak English. Fairly close to the Brussels Central Train station, and the city center.