This restaurant looks typical but has very original food. We tried a pizza, pasta, fish and porc meat. Everything was excellent. We had Schaar crackers instead of bread and a little craprese salad as a free appetizer. The only gluten free dessert (except fruits) is Panna cotta.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
I had dinner there with the caprese and a pizza. They brought me Schär bread and the pizza was with a Schär pizza bread but still I was happy to eat one. Service took therefore my celiac disease into consideration however I couldn’t tell if they were pushing away my questions because it’s normal for them or because I was annoying with my questions to check the seriousness of the non cross contamination. Still I was not sick and had a great dinner
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
The best GF pizza I’ve had in Italy so far! The thin crust was absolutely delicious. My partner tried it too (he is not gluten intolerant) and said it was the best he’s had during our trip! Also, the prizes were surprisingly low for the quality they offer. We loved the authentic atmosphere, and the staff was very welcoming.
Best pizza I had the whole trip, and we even went to Naples! Not labeled on the menu, but they have gf crust!
Another very helpful and accommodating restaurant! They provided what I think was a Schär roll and gave me multiple suggestions for naturally gluten free items as well as items that could be made gluten free. I got the grilled octopus on potatoes to start and the sea bass. The sea bass ruined all other fish for me it was so good. They crusted it in what I think was salt (and maybe a potato starch?) and baked it to perfection. They served it up table-side for a wonderful presentation. My husband got the chicken and was sorely jealous of my dish. There were no gluten free/dairy free dishes so I can’t speak to any of those. One more note: we got there right when they opened for dinner and 10 minutes later they were turning people away until 2 hours later, so make a reservation if you can! Alternatively you can order for take-away. We saw about 20 pizza head out the door while we were there, so they seem very amenable to that, and I know several of them were gluten free.
Very good GF pizza, almost the best I’ve had in Italy.
Delicious gluten free pizza. Pasta also available
Second best gf pizza I have ever had. First best was in Milan. Very well aware. Pizza with fresh sauce and mozzarella and fabulous crust. Highly recommend