Ristorante Al Pozzo

6 ratings
$$$ • Restaurant
100% of 3 votes say it's celiac friendly
Via Roma
26, Monterosso al mare SP, Italy

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Good gluten free pasta. And they provide tasy gf crackers if you ask. I had the spaghetti w pesto swordfish w lemon ( which I cut into pieces and ate on the cracker) lots of typical Italian food and fresh seafood. Very Good!

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Not celiac

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We ate here for lunch and dinner while we were in Monterosso for a day. They gave me GF crackers as substitute for the bread in Olive Oil. I ate the spaghetti with pesto and the second time I ate spaghetti with marinara sauce and meat. It was wonderful!

Celiac friendly?

Yes

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Not a huge selection, but the food was absolutely terrific.

Updated 3 years ago read full review

This establishment is NOT a dedicated gluten-free facility and may not be safe for those with celiac disease. Please contact the establishment directly to inquire about safety precautions.

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Not celiac

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Delicious GF pasta (corn based) and crackers. Others in my group loved the paella and many seafood options.

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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They seemed to have many options for gf pasta, but give enough time for preparation or call ahead. Unfortunately we were on a cruise tour with limited time on a busy day and could not partake. they were very busy from multuple tours in town and sincerely apologizes for the crazy time and slow service. I believe it would be worth the time, just make sure you go on a slow tourist day or have time to enjoy.

Updated 5 years ago read full review

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Lunch in Monterosso at Al Pozzo Ristorante was a divine treat. The menu featured a trio of seafood salads, bruschetta on toasted focaccia and pesto pasta. With a bursting smile, "Mama" prepared my meal using sourdough-like gluten-free bread for the bruschetta and Probios Corn Spaghetti for the pasta. Upon me licking my plate clean, she grabbed my hand and pulled me down a windy staircase to show me her supply of gluten-free goodies in the pantry.

Updated 6 years ago read full review

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