The food was wonderful but split the sandwiches as they are huge
Had the gf focaccia bread with fresh mozzarella roasted red peppers , basil and balsamic glaze. They wrapped it in aluminum foil before heating it up in grill. They were very patient and made sure there was no cross contamination. I asked them to change their gloves and clean the knife. I didn’t get sick! So I’ll be back again!
Rossi’s is the best. Amazing GF bread for paninis. Best deli in the Hudson Valley!
Rossi's is The Best Deli, ever! .... unless you have Celiac. They have gf bread, but they make your sandwich right on the same cutting board as everything else, all the crumbs and flour from the other rolls. It truly is a one of a kind eatery though for everyone else. The best. (sincerely)
they are only able to guarantee that their bread is gluten free, not anything that goes on the bread. What's the point?
Love their gf bread! Never had a problem eating here!
Food is delicious. Was accidentally given non-gluten free bread even though it was marked as so. Thought it was too good to be true and I was right. Only thing I ate that day and was ill for days (had a reaction). I really want to love this place. I may give it another try eventually but will have to be even more diligent in making sure it's really gluten free.
Love this place, have been coming since before they started doing gf bread for sandwiches. Great family as well. The boys will do everything they can to make your food gf and not once have I gotten sick from eating here. And I have ate here a lot. Just let them know you have the intolerance and you are good to go :)
Might be the best gf sandwich I've ever had. Bread was so so but the meat and add ons would of made cardboard taste good. I had prosciutto, soppressata mozzarella roasted peppers arugula pesto oil and vinegar. Only a real Italian deli can make that...
Be sure to let the person know that you are "gluten sensitive" and not just with it and happening! They then take special care to avoid cross contamination, even delivering it to the cashier remarking that this is “gluten free.” The sandwich I had was roast beef and Swiss with roasted peppers and onions and mustard. It was semi-pani style, but not pressed. The “bread” was dark and huge. The slices were about ¾ of an inch thick. Cost was $8, a little more than I wanted to spend, but the serving was generous. The weather was nice, so I was able to sit outside and eat. In colder or wetter weather you’d have to do to go. There was no indoor setting. Most importantly, I didn’t get sick.
Amazing gluten free rolls from "food for all" so you can have your fave Italian sandwiches! Super busy at lunch. Also carry gluten free ravioli, gnocchi and desserts in their freezer :)